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On BPR: What’s next for the BQE and the playoff-bound Brooklyn Nets

Podcast: Brooklyn Paper Radio this week explored the latest news regarding the BQE with Peter Bray, the executive director of the Brooklyn Heights Association. Published Apr 9, 2019

Meet Brooklyn Paper’s new editor-in-chief

Schneps Media is proud to announce that Brooklyn Paper has named Zachary Gewelb as the Paper’s new editor-in-chief. Published Apr 1, 2019
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On BPR: The oft-overlooked doctor who blazed the trail for black female physicians in Bklyn and beyond

Podcast: Brooklyn Paper Radio this week explored the life and legacy of a little-known local doctor, who upended convention by becoming New York State’s first black female physician, and the country’s third, back in the 19th century. Published Mar 26, 2019
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On BPR: A lifelong Brooklynite shares his tips for surviving in the big city

Podcast: Brooklyn Paper Radio this week celebrated those native Kings Countians who stuck around as the better borough evolved over the decades, with help from a lifelong local who just released a book about how to survive — and thrive — in the city. Published Mar 19, 2019

Judges celebrate St. Pat’s with seniors

Standing O: Two Kings County justices traded their gavels for guitars during a special St. Patrick’s Day performance at a Canarsie senior center. Published Mar 22, 2019
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On BPR: Think of the children!

Podcast: Local youngsters were the through line in this week’s all-new episode of Brooklyn Paper Radio, on which co-hosts Anthony Rotunno and Johnny Kunen took a deeper dive into stories unfolding across the borough that put children front and center. Published Mar 12, 2019
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On BPR: It’s trains, parades, and audiophiles!

Podcast: That’s right, folks, this week’s new Brooklyn Paper Radio episode featured all of the above, as our co-hosts and their guests talked their way through the latest calls to split service on the beleaguered R train, the first formal appearance of LGBTQ marchers in the Brooklyn St. Patrick’s Day Parade, and the imminent debut of the Brooklyn Public Library’s first podcast series. Published Mar 5, 2019
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On BPR: City’s BQE fix could create landmarking crisis not seen since destruction of old Penn Station

Podcast: The city’s proposal to turn the Brooklyn Heights Promenade into a six-lane speedway in order to repair the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway’s crumbling triple cantilever could undermine decades-old local and federal landmark laws put in place following the destruction of the old Penn Station, a private preservationist argued on the latest episode of Brooklyn Paper Radio. Published Feb 26, 2019
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On BPR: Bklyn advocate candidates stump for seat

Podcast: Two Brooklynites running in the 17-person race to fill the city’s vacant public advocate seat campaigned for their candidacy on Brooklyn Paper Radio this week, ahead of the Feb. 26 election to fill the office. Published Feb 19, 2019
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On BPR: Something’s rotten in the borough of Brooklyn

Podcast: Brooklyn Paper Radio is back with an all-new episode, on which your co-hosts dove right into the latest stinky situation to engulf the beleaguered L train. Published Feb 12, 2019

Introducing Schneps Broadcasting! Company’s streaming arm will feature community-oriented podcast programming and more

Perspective: Schneps Media is proud to announce Schneps Broadcasting, the company’s launch of podcasts and radio shows. Published Feb 15, 2019
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What’s that sound? It’s BPR!

Podcast: Your beloved podcast is back and better than ever, with a special episode featuring an exclusive interview with borough daughter, the Hon. Judge Judy Sheindlin. Published Feb 7, 2019

BrooklynPaper.com is now incorporating BrooklynDaily.com!

Awesome: Brookynites now have one go-to website to get their daily dose of hyper-local news, with BrooklynPaper.com officially incorporating its sister website, BrooklynDaily.com. Published Jan 25, 2019

Brooklyn’s biggest news stories of 2018

Photo Galleries: The time has come to close the books on another news-packed 365 days in Brooklyn. And what a year it was! Read on for a month-by-month list of headline-making moments that happened in the year of our Lord, two thousand and eighteen, in our year in review. Published Dec 28, 2018

Brooklyn Bar Association honors local jurists, lawyers

Downtown: Members of the Brooklyn Bar Association packed Downtown’s New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge on Monday night for the group’s annual Foundation Dinner, which salutes local judges and their civic contributions to Kings County. Published Dec 12, 2018

Attorneys fête local judges at annual bash

Event: Legal eagles with the Columbian Lawyers Association of Brooklyn packed Gargiulo’s eatery in Coney Island on Dec. 6 for the group’s annual Judges Night. Published Dec 11, 2018

Meet Brooklyn Paper’s new editor-in-chief

Schneps Community News Group is proud to announce that Brooklyn Paper Deputy Editor Anthony Rotunno, who joined our newsroom in America’s Downtown in May 2017, is taking the reins as the Paper’s new editor-in-chief. Published Nov 15, 2018

Coney nurse leading the charge

Standing O: Standing O pal Manjinder Kaur received a Nursing Excellence Award for her role in making improvements at the medical center. Published Nov 15, 2018
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On BPR: Heights Association brain trust on the destruction of the Promenade

Brooklyn Heights: A pair of Brooklyn Heights civic gurus discussed their ongoing effort to convince officials to do everything they can to avoid turning the Brooklyn Heights Promenade into a highway during the city’s repairs to the Brooklyn–Queens Expressway on the latest episode of Brooklyn Paper Radio. Published Oct 17, 2018
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Now on BPR: State Senate nominee Zellnor Myrie talks his primary win — and how he’ll do it again in Nov.

Crown Heights: Political newcomer Zellnor Myrie, who stunned some Brooklyn Democrats with an impressive primary-election win over sitting state Sen. Jesse Hamilton, joined an all-new episode of Brooklyn Paper Radio yesterday to discuss the major upset that put him one step closer to clinching the Senate seat that he will likely again compete with Hamilton for in November’s general election. Published Sep 26, 2018
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Levin on BPR: Decison on 80 Flatbush not FAR off

Boerum Hill: The Boerum Hill councilman said his decision on the controversial project may come down to just how dense it actually is. Published Sep 18, 2018
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Dick Zigun on BPR: Yes, there is a big difference between a ‘talker’ and a ‘barker’

Bay Ridge: The man behind the Mermaid Parade and the Coney Island Sideshow by the seashore (“One of the longest runing off-Broadway plays in history!”) says the best is yet to come for the People’s Playground. Published Aug 28, 2018
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State Sen. Martin Dilan says his challenger was a Republican from Florida

Williamsburg: State Sen. Martin Dilan doubled down on his verbal assault on the Florida immigrant to Brooklyn who is challenging him for his seat in Albany on the latest edition of Brooklyn Paper Radio. Published Aug 17, 2018
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On BPR: A peek at boro’s past — and present, and future — with the beep

Podcast: Kings County’s commander in chief is calling on locals to share photographs of the city’s best borough taken throughout the decades as part of a visual-history project that he is filling our hosts in on during today’s all-new episode of Brooklyn Paper Radio. Published Aug 21, 2018

Today on BPR: North Bklyn state senator seeking ninth term makes case for keeping seat

Podcast: A North Brooklyn state lawmaker with eight terms under his belt joins Brooklyn Paper Radio today to explain why voters should send him back to Albany for another two years instead of the democratic socialist running a grass-roots campaign to defeat him in this September’s Democratic primary. Published Aug 14, 2018
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On the Radio: Learn how you can help revive Gage and Tollner restaurant

Podcast: It was a chophouse with chops, and now St. John Frizell and his team want to bring it back. Hear how you can get in on the action. Published Jul 25, 2018
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Hey Siri! Play me the latest Brooklyn Paper Radio podcast!

Podcast: That’s all you need to say to hear our most-recent episode! Published Jun 27, 2018
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Find out what to do this summer on Brooklyn Paper Radio

Podcast: Are you ready for the summer? Are you ready for the good times? Published Jun 20, 2018
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On BPR: Detained pizza delivery man’s saga is bigger than partisan politics, pol says

Podcast: Human rights should have no party affiliation, according to the councilman from Bay Ridge, who joined an all-new episode to discuss the ongoing case of a pizza delivery man facing deportation after he was detained while dropping off food at Fort Hamilton Army Base earlier this month. Published Jun 13, 2018
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On BPR: There’s life — and artifacts — in the Gowanus Canal!

Podcast: The Gowanus Canal is home to microbes that can only live there — because every other place in the world is just too clean! Published Jun 6, 2018

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