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Rhymes with Crazy: Women fashion designers have been turning heads for more than a century. Read more. Read more

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens: Tenants of a Prospect-Lefferts Gardens building are furious with their landlord for inviting a party promoter to throw an all-night bash inside the space on Saturday — a  Read more

Boerum Hill: Civic gurus on Wednesday unanimously rejected a real-estate firm’s plan for a five-building megadevelopment on the edge of Boerum Hill. Read more. Read more

Bedford-Stuyvesant: Funnyman Tracy Morgan returned to his native Bedford-Stuyvesant this week to snip the opening-day ribbon at a pair of revamped basketball courts in the neighborhood’s Marcy Playground. Read more.  Read more

Editor’s Picks: This week we’ve got pot plays, mad science, the 95th birthday celebration for Bettie Page, and much more! Brooklyn is the place to be! Read more. Read more

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

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