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Cooking up change: Adored Bklyn Heights grocer expanding in-store kitchen’s size, menu, hours

Brooklyn Heights: Owners of the beloved Remsen Street health-food store Perelandra temporarily shuttered its kitchen and juice bar to make way for a massive cooking space that will serve a bevy of new freshly prepared foods when it reopens this spring. Published Feb 26, 2018

What to read this week

Books: Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Published Aug 19, 2017

It’s a dock-saster! City, advocates mulling suit over faulty wharf design

Development: Bay Ridge’s ‘Eco Dock’ couldn’t stand up to Mother Nature, and everyone’s blaming unintelligent design. Published Apr 28, 2016

Eco docked: Ridge’s floating classroom may not open this year

Bay Ridge: Bay Ridge’s newest waterfront attraction may be off limits this summer because of a faulty design. Published Mar 9, 2015

Parents: City backing out of ‘Green School’ deal

Bay Ridge: The city is reneging on its promise to move an overcrowded, makeshift school in an old apartment building into a new schoolhouse, according to parents and a pol. Published Dec 16, 2011

Sold! Cha Cha’s sells contents at auction before closing on Nov. 1

Cha Cha’s, the legendary Boardwalk bar known for its live music and honky-tonk feel, sold it’s heart and soul to the highest bidder on Tuesday during a seaside auction that put old boxes of cigars, cash registers, and classic neon beer signs on the block. Published Nov 2, 2011

Majesty still reigns supreme — but watch out for the Turtles

Greenpoint: Has a legendary kickball team run out of gas? Published Jun 8, 2010

Group turns empty condos turns into an art gallery

Art: A Crown Heights condo building finally got some tenants last week when the arts group Super/Prime turned it into a gallery. Published Sep 10, 2009

New venue in Gowanus

Gowanus: The burgeoning arts Mecca now has a new music and art space: Littlefield. Published May 18, 2009

Goooaaaaaalllllllll! Truce in Fort Greene soccer war?

Fort Greene: A long-running fight over a popular section of Fort Greene Park that has been turned into a dustbowl by pick-up soccer players appears to be nearing a happy settlement, thanks to the help of the local councilwoman. Published Apr 20, 2009

What the F? MTA tests longer train — then decides against it

Transit: Reports of the F train’s improvement were, alas, greatly exaggerated. Published Apr 3, 2009

Museum fee hike suggestion being followed

Prospect Heights: Art lovers proved to be largely untroubled by the Brooklyn Museum’s surprise hike in the institution’s “suggested donation” on Saturday from $8 to $10. Published Mar 24, 2009

The wizard is Ozzie! Public servant finally gets due

Meet the Cal Ripken of public service: Ozzie Fletcher. Published Mar 17, 2009

Is the ‘Fix’ in at Sound Fix?

Williamsburg: Marissa Nadler played the last live concert in Sound Fix Lounge on Saturday — or did she? Published Mar 3, 2009

Cops grab cameraman: Lawyer says cops are running wild

Fort Greene: Cops arrested a Brooklyn activist on Saturday morning after he tried to use his cellphone to photograph the allegedly brutal arrest of a Muslim man in Clinton Hill, according to the lawyer representing both men. Published Jul 14, 2007

Play day: Digilio Playground reopens after $2.8M transformation

Kensington: Youngsters packed Kensington’s DiGilio Playground on Thursday after officials snipped a ribbon at the just-renovated fun zone following a 14-month-long makeover, it’s first in 20 years, according to the Department of Parks and Recreation. Published Jul 13, 2018

Two Clones pitchers shutout Ironbirds

The Ride: Jaison Vilera and Mac “Rhymes with Closer” Lozer gave up just five hits combined against the Ironbirds. Published Jul 13, 2018

Dumb-ster! City misses patch of pavement thanks to illegal bin

Downtown: You missed a spot! Published Jul 13, 2018

Gunman shoots two bystanders, third victim, in Fulton Mall frenzy

Downtown: A man shot two pedestrians on Fulton Mall after whipping out a gun on another guy he also shot amid a Friday the 13th fracas on the commercial strip in broad daylight, witnesses said. Published Jul 13, 2018

Rush to redemption: Gov. demands special state Senate session to vote on speed-camera bill, slams GOP for inaction

Politics: State Senators must return to the capital for a special session to vote on a bill to double the number of speed cameras allowed citywide before the current camera program expires on July 25, Gov. Cuomo announced on Friday. Published Jul 13, 2018

City program offers homeowners free deck inspections with grace period for repairs

Development: Department of Buildings leaders today kicked off a weeks-long program offering free, no-penalty inspections of homeowners’ decks, porches, and retaining walls in an effort to shore up any suspicious structures and avoid dangerous collapses. Published Jul 16, 2018

Road to riches: Mytle Ave. entrepreneurs brace for flush future with opening of plaza

Clinton Hill: Clinton Hill business owners are hoping last month’s long-awaited debut of an inviting pedestrian plaza along Myrtle Avenue will jump-start commerce on the stretch, after roughly four years of construction slowed sales at many stores, and forced some to close their doors altogether, according to one shopkeep. Published Jul 16, 2018

Cyclones squeak one out in the ninth

The Ride: Sloppy play by the Ironbirds allowed the Cyclones to come back from a 2–1 deficit in the ninth. Published Jul 14, 2018

Vargas delivers as Cyclones win again

The Ride: The Met hurler, making his second rehab start for Brooklyn, went six stron innings. Published Jul 15, 2018

On the ball: Where to watch World’s Cup football

Event: Watch the final matches of the world’s biggest game — now updated with more locations! Published Jul 13, 2018

Helping handlebar: Citi Bike growing fleet with more bicycles, some battery-powered, and docks ahead of L-pocolypse

Mean Streets: The city is giving straphangers who need to cross the East River during the impending closure of the L train’s Brooklyn–Manhattan tunnel more rental bicycles to hop on, some of which are equipped with batteries that will help power the two-wheelers when riders get fatigued. Published Jul 6, 2018

Met Noah Syndergaard to pitch for Clones on Sunday

The Ride: New York Mets star hurler Noah Syndergaard, known as “Thor” for his physical likeness to the Norse god of thunder, will take the mound for the Cyclones on Sunday as part of the rehabilitation process for a strained right-finger ligament that sidelined him months ago. Published Jul 6, 2018

Big spender: City proposing excessive cost, size for Gowanus filtration site, Feds claim

Cleaning Our Waterways: City officials want to spend unnecessary cash to make a water-filtration facility required for the cleanup of the toxic Gowanus Canal bigger than it needs to be, according to the Feds overseeing the cleanse. Published Jul 6, 2018

Brooklyn falls to Aberdeen

The Ride: Clones batters stranded no less than nine runners on base last night, failing to crawl out from a two-run defecit and letting the Ironbirds fly to victory in Brooklyn’s third consecutive loss. Published Jul 6, 2018

Cops tow jalopy filled with junk from Slope street

Park Slope: Officers with the 78th Precinct towed a graffiti-covered, trash-stuffed sedan from the Sixth Avenue parking space it occupied for more than a week on Tuesday — roughly 24 hours after the Brooklyn Paper was first to report on neighbors’ frustration with officials over their refusal to remove the dump on wheels, and days after local police told one Sloper they couldn’t get rid of the ride. Published Jul 11, 2018

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