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Race is on: Several Bklyn pols floated to succeed James as Public Advocate

Party Line: Letitia “Tish” James is likely to become the state’s first black attorney general following her Democratic primary win last week, and a handful of local lawmakers are reportedly ready to step into her citywide watchdog role if she does. Published Sep 20, 2018

Them boys ain’t right: Dang-it Bobbys play jazzy tunes at Americana fest

Music: They’re jazzing up the folk festival. Published Sep 20, 2018

It’s time to do your civic duty! But first, check out our primary-election guide.

Politics: Read on for our primer on today’s statewide primary elections before you hit the voting booth to cast your ballot. Published Sep 13, 2018

Thief takes off with man’s moped from Clinton Street parking spot

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Published Sep 12, 2018

Feds to mayor: Don’t count on our money for your trolley

Red Hook: Mayor DeBlasio shouldn’t count on getting the federal cash he needs to roll out his beloved Brooklyn–Queens waterfront trolley line — which he on Thursday said will now cost more money, include less stops, and take years longer to build — according to three Brooklyn congressional reps. Published Sep 4, 2018

Appellate judges rule against state senator’s attempt to remove challenger from ballot

Bushwick: A panel of judges on Wednesday denied an appeal that Bushwick’s sitting Democratic state senator filed in an attempt to kick his Democratic Socialist challenger off the ballot, ruling against the pol’s claims that his opponent has not lived in the district long enough. Published Aug 24, 2018

Thief takes off with man’s scooter

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Published Aug 22, 2018

Minor inn-provements! Bossert awning removed for touch-ups after latest scrutiny of hotel’s makeover

Brooklyn Heights: Workers on Sunday tore down the Bossert Hotel’s tattered awning for a spruce-up nine days after the Brooklyn Paper reported locals’ frustrations with the eyesore and the slow-going restoration of the once-grand lodge. Published Aug 14, 2018

Sharp turn: Local artisan forges career out of sword-making hobby

Boro of Nerds: A Brooklynite with a love for blades turned his hobby into a full-time job teaching others how to make swords and other hand-crafted sharp objects at his studio in Red Hook. Published Aug 14, 2018

Police: Man tries to hide stolen lamps in suitcase

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Published Aug 15, 2018

Night life: Where to go outside after dark

Event: The summer sun turns every day into a sauna, so there is just one solution — go out at night! Brooklyn has plenty of outdoor activities that you can do once the day-star has gone away, and we have rounded up some of the best. Published Aug 17, 2018

Good, clean fun: Police party with locals on annual Night Out Against Crime

Awesome: Brooklynites mingled with members of New York’s Finest at events across the borough on Tuesday that fostered camaraderie between residents and those men and women who protect and serve them each day. Published Aug 9, 2018

Five things to do in Brooklyn this week!

Editor’s Picks: This week we’ve got a rapper in Red Hook, Breeders at Celebrate Brooklyn!, and “Black Panther” in a park, along with much more. Brooklyn is the place to be! Published Aug 10, 2018

Beat goes on: ’80s bands reunite to help old friend fight cancer

Music: He’s getting the bands back together. Published Aug 13, 2018

Lout slaps woman on Bond Street

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Published Aug 1, 2018

Brute punches coworker and flees

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Published Jul 25, 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

The walking read: Guidebook offers tour of borough’s past and present

Books: She makes walks down memory lane. Published Jul 30, 2018

Jolt of excitement! Formula E electric-car race returns to Hook for championship event

Red Hook: Thousands of sports fans with a need for speed descended on Red Hook last weekend for the two-day championship of electric-car race Formula E, which featured battery-powered speedsters zooming along a track in a competition as amazing as it was unlikely, according to a man with a front-row seat to the action. Published Jul 18, 2018

Police: Threesome takes off in car from Hamilton Avenue lot

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Published Jul 18, 2018

Red hearing: Bushwick Book Club sings about Red Hook superhero

Music: This music group is getting the Hook! Published Jul 20, 2018

Sound the alarm! Fire Department suspects foul play caused blaze at Hook warehouse, rep says

Red Hook: Fire Marshals suspect some pyromaniac purposely lit a vacant Red Hook warehouse on fire last month, weeks after a group of locals proposed landmarking the building, according to a spokesman for New York’s Bravest. Published Jul 11, 2018

There’s a catch: Signs can’t ban angling in Gowanus without data on how putrid canal affects fish, state says

Cleaning Our Waterways: State officials cannot sign off on placards that ban all fishing in the fetid Gowanus Canal, which past federal studies found filled with life-threatening chemicals, because they lack any actual data on how those toxic substances taint species that swim inside the channel itself, according to a bigwig from New York State’s Department of Health. Published Jul 11, 2018

Cinema under the stars: Your guide to summer movies outdoors

Cinema: Trade in your Netflix queue for popcorn in the park! Our outdoor movie guide is back — now updated with Coney Island’s Flicks on the Beach and Greenpoint’s Summer Starz Movies! Published Jul 6, 2018

Police: Man tries to drive car off tow truck bed and assaults driver

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Published Jul 5, 2018

Getting the lay of Quay: Pier 6’s larger tower offers sprawling views, swanky condos, for a pretty penny

Changing Brooklyn: Developers of the fast-rising condo building at Pier 6 in Brooklyn Bridge Park recently took this newspaper on an exclusive tour of the 28-story, East River–facing high-rise, touting vistas that they advertised as breathtaking whether you’re looking through its ground-floor windows or penthouse panes. Published Jul 5, 2018

Fix falls short: City’s Ninth Street redesign fails to keep rogue truckers off road, civic gurus say

Mean Streets: The city revealed safety improvements it wants to make on Ninth Street after a crash on the road claimed the lives of two kids and an unborn baby, but the measures won’t do much to save lives in Park Slope unless officials also crack down on truckers who use the street as an illegal thoroughfare, a civic guru said. Published Jun 25, 2018

Snake swipes security camera off Henry Street house

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Published Jun 27, 2018

Fire stokes claims of corruption: Locals question source of inferno at ancient Hook warehouse they want landmarked

Red Hook: Preservationists are crying foul play after a blaze tore through a vacant Red Hook warehouse on Thursday night, just weeks after a coalition of locals asked the city to landmark the building. Published Jun 18, 2018

Bandit takes off with man’s bike

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Published Jun 13, 2018

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