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Click on graphic to enlarge. Graphic by Ben Keel.Click on graphic to enlarge. This is post-dated to stay at the top of the blog. It will be updated as announced  Read more

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

A Brooklyn lawmaker is demanding that the de Blasio administration set aside 15 percent of affordable apartments for the homeless — nearly double its current target — after learning it  Read more

A United Nations diplomat from the Caribbean allegedly punched his wife in the face in Brooklyn on Friday — but NYPD cops couldn’t arrest him because he has diplomatic immunity,  Read more

Need something to do to get your mind off Black Friday and/or your Thanksgiving hangover? Check out our list of weekend events to snap you out of your food coma  Read more

BROOKLYN – Instead of dealing with long lines, crowds, and headaches at big box stores on Black Friday, consider shopping locally during Small Business Saturday on November 25. In an  Read more

BROOKLYN – A pub, a vintage clothing store, the basement of a Peruvian restaurant: in Brooklyn, if there is room for a mic and an audience, a stand-up comedian has  Read more

Even with the proliferation of digital everything, there is nothing like paging through a fresh book whether it be the latest Brooklyn author or a timeless children’s book. The  Read more

Also the week the of Nov. 26: David Hockney at the Met; Haruki Murakami at BAM. Read more

"Apartments renting for $3,700 a month are part of the city's affordable housing program, but can't find tenants," the New York Times Metro section tweeted, promoting columnist Ginia Bellafante's critical  Read more

Shopping: These father-son bootmakers are quite a pair. Read more. Read more

Editor’s Picks: This week we’ve got great bands, movie talk, and the season’s first appearance from Santa! Brooklyn is the place to be! Read more. Read more

Music: This opera is a musical tribute to the dead. Read more. Read more

A group of NYPD cops showed up at the hospital where an 18-year-old woman was seeking treatment after allegedly being raped by two Brooklyn detectives, in a bid to bully  Read more

On Friday evening, November 24 at 8:00, Bargemusic will present pianist Philip Edward Fisher playing the last in his series of concerts, “Fisher Plays Beethoven,” in which he will complete  Read more

A food deliveryman was attacked by two muggers — one of whom pulled out a machete and repeatedly slashed him in the head as he was dropping off Mexican grub  Read more

Spectrum is offering a $50,000 reward for information about cables that were vandalized in Brooklyn and Queens overnight resulting in the loss of TV, internet and phone services to thousands  Read more

BROOKLYN HEIGHTS – I wanted to make life easier and find a new dentist, but mom balked: “You can’t give up the Moshmans, just because you moved to Midwood.” I’ve  Read more

Police have arrested the man who allegedly vandalized two Brooklyn mosques earlier this month Moy Hu, 37, was picked up by cops Wednesday morning after he vandalized a car near  Read more

At BKLYNER, our readers mean the world to us—because of you, we get to write about this beautiful borough of ours, seeking out the most important and exciting news and  Read more

Spectrum customers in Brooklyn and Queens woke Thursday to widespread television and internet outages caused by vandalism, the company said. “NYC customers, we are aware of fiber cut caused by  Read more

An 8/23/17 post from Shelterforce, "the only independent, non-academic publication covering the worlds of community development, affordable housing, and neighborhood stabilization," points to the page at right and below, suggesting  Read more

Fearless Parenting: This week, our columnist has a special message on a special day. Read more. Read more

If you want to guarantee a spot on Santa’s “Nice” list, shop our local merchants on Montague Street this weekend during American Express’ Small Business Saturday, November 25th. Businesses  Read more

As families come together at Thanksgiving to celebrate what they have and are thankful for, it’s an important time to turn our minds to those less fortunate in our community.  Read more

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