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Leaves of Grass: The district attorney’s office continues to prosecute the majority of low-level weed-possession cases despite its pledge to stop trying petty pot disputes in 2014, and most defendants  Read more

Williamsburg: A sports-obsessed worker at a Williamsburg apartment complex who regularly took part in fantasy leagues and pools with other staff and tenants claimed his first victory when he won  Read more

Theater: One night in Park Slope makes a rough show better! Read more. Read more

Greenpoint: Just like that found on, and at their show every Wednesday night! Read more. Read more

Brooklyn Heights: Police cuffed a man who tried to rob a Court Street bubble-tea shop using a fake firearm on Monday after a good Samaritan reported the suspect to a  Read more

Downtown: These teens took a stand by striding across the borough’s namesake span. Read more. Read more

Fort Greene: Plus more relentless crime from Fort Greene and Clinton Hill’s 88th Precinct. Read more. Read more

Park Slope: Plus all the other crime from Park Slope’s 78th Precinct blotter. Read more. Read more

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Read more. Read more

Brooklyn Heights: Plus all the other crime from Brooklyn Heights and Downtown’s 84th Precinct blotter. Read more. Read more

Bay Ridge: The attack leads this week’s 68th Precinct police blotter. Read more. Read more

Photo Galleries: You friendly neighborhood editors at The Brooklyn Paper took home the most attention-grabbing award at this year’s New York Press Association annual conference in Albany. Read more. Read more

Changing Brooklyn: A group of local gardeners turned their proverbial pitchforks toward a developer after the builder ditched a meeting about how a massive skyscraper in its planned Boerum Hill  Read more

Park Slope: A Windsor Terrace man burned himself to death early Saturday morning in Prospect Park, leaving behind charred remains that horrified passersby who started the weekend with a stroll  Read more

Health: These runners are on track for a second national championship. Read more. Read more

Health: Leaders at a Bedford-Stuyvesant hospital and a local health-insurance provider are inviting teenagers to an information-packed fair on April 21 where they can receive medical tips and advice geared  Read more

Greenwood Heights: Bigwigs at a local cemetery recently debuted parents-only stroller tours of the burial ground that are tailored to new moms and dads dying for an excuse to leave  Read more

Cleaning Our Waterways: This land ain’t their land — for long. Read more. Read more

Changing Brooklyn: A luxury skyscraper will rise on the site of the department store’s old graffiti-covered parking garage on Hoyt Street in America’s Downtown, according to the developer that bought  Read more

Checkin’ in with: Cesar Zuniga took over as the new chairman of Sunset Park’s community board earlier this year after serving on the panel since 2009, and told us his  Read more

Music: It’s gone from Sonic Youth to sonic middle-aged! Read more. Read more

Bay Ridge: Immigration experts, activists, and local pols are condemning the Trump administration’s push to include a question about citizenship on the 2020 Census, noting that the inquiry could have  Read more

Books: Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Read more. Read more

Park Slope: Prospect Park’s stewards will build a free al fresco fitness center in the meadow’s Parade Ground, allowing locals to get fit on the city’s dime, according to the  Read more

Flatbush: A group of culturally curious explorers hit the streets of Little Caribbean in parts of Prospect-Lefferts Gardens and Flatbush for a taste of what some local businesses are serving  Read more

Leaves of Grass: This musical will be — hold on. Are you a cop? Read more. Read more

Leaves of Grass: Weed all about it! Read more. Read more

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