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The Ride: Down 1–0 in the 10th thanks to a dumb new rule that puts a runner on second base at the start of any extra inning, the Cyclones came  Read more

DUMBO: Some preservationists are crying foul over a city scheme to remove and reshape historic Belgian blocks from Dumbo and Vinegar Hill streets as part of a plan to make  Read more

Fuzzy Brooklyn: The owner of a lost chicken was reunited with her missing bird on Wednesday with help from a so-called animal-rights activist, who returned the fowl to its Ditmas  Read more

Theater: A couple of German tourists were granted lifetime passes to the Coney Island Circus Sideshow after one of them bought the one-millionth ticket to one of the city’s longest-running  Read more

Williamsburg: State Sen. Martin Dilan doubled down on his verbal assault on the Florida immigrant to Brooklyn who is challenging him for his seat in Albany on the latest edition  Read more

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  Read more

Editor’s Picks: This week we’ve got the Beach Boys, the Battle of Brooklyn, sand sculpting, and much more! Brooklyn is the place to be! Read more. Read more

Awesome: The native son serves fellow officers — and his country — while stationed aboard a guided-missle destroyer in Spain. Read more. Read more

Blind Spots: It’s too soon to seek a plea deal for the driver facing up to 15 years in prison for hitting and killing two kids on a Park Slope  Read more

The Ride: Our boys defeated Vermont, taking their fifth-straight victory — Brooklyn’s longest winning streak this season. Read more. Read more

Editorial: CNG editors say attacks on the free press are attacks on American values. Read more. Read more

Crown Heights: A Crown Heights state senator on Wednesday announced he will introduce legislation to crack down on discriminatory 911 calls days after he claimed a President Trump supporter called  Read more

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens: She’s serving some of mother’s little helper. Read more. Read more

Park Slope: Do-gooders will turn hundreds of Kings County trees teal on Aug. 20 to kick off a series of events in honor of ovarian-cancer-awareness month in September. Read more.  Read more

Fearless Parenting: As William Butler Yeats so wisely put it, “There are no strangers here; only friends you haven’t yet met.” Read more. Read more

Changing Brooklyn: The builder proposing a controversial megadevelopment at the edge of Boerum Hill must take its plans back to the drawing board and come up with a solution that  Read more

Bay Ridge: Neither rain, nor sleet, nor threat of deportation will stay this pizza delivery man from his appointed rounds. Read more. Read more

Bedford-Stuyvesant: Black vegans and vegetarians from around the borough brought their appetites to Bedford-Stuyvesant on Saturday for a new plant-based food festival that some herbivores couldn’t wait to sink their  Read more

Williamsburg: Some lowlife in a football jersey with “Peppers” written on the back pretended to pull a gun on an employee at a Williamsburg fast-food joint before robbing the eatery  Read more

Theater: An all-kid cast will stage at head-banging production of the musical “School of Rock” at Fort Hamilton Army Base this weekend. 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

Sunset Park: Plus all the other crime from Sunset Park and Windsor Terrace’s 72nd Precinct blotter. Read more. Read more

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

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  Read more

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  Read more

Podcast: A North Brooklyn state lawmaker with eight terms under his belt joins Brooklyn Paper Radio today to explain why voters should send him back to Albany for another two  Read more

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