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Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Hands-on experience: Park sculpture says ‘Please Touch the Art’

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Afro-centric! Photo show celebrates natural hair

Art: This show has locks to love. Comments (3)

Monday, June 29, 2015

All that may become a man

Theater: All the world’s a stage, and all these men and women are equal players. Comment

Sunday, June 28, 2015

Looking back on the Apple Watch

Rhymes with Crazy: This week, our columnist wonders what will become of the latest World’s Coolest Gadget. Comment

Friday, June 26, 2015

Five things to do in Brooklyn this week!

Editor’s Picks: Brooklyn this week offers chances for eating, drinking, and dancing — what else do you need? Comment

Big bat coming Cyclones way. Or is it?

Diamond Dave’s Cyclones Report: Who knows how good Mets fourth-round pick David Thompson will be? Diamond Dave fills you in! Comment

Bay Ridge heats up for summer

Bay Ridge Nights: Our pals at BrooklynDaily.com help you to kick off your summer vacation in Bay Ridge this weekend! Comment

Times are Tuff: Puppet festival launches album by Tuffy Tiger

Event: Here comes Tuffy! Comment

Thursday, June 25, 2015

UPDATE: Prospect Park Residence has turned on its air conditioning

Park Slope: Great news for fans of keeping Brooklyn’s seniors cool, calm, and collected. Comments (3)

Joystick division! Retro and futuristic video games face off at arcade expo

Downtown: The past and the future of video gaming faced off at the New York City Arcade 2015 show Downtown on June 18, where joystick jockeys had the chance to road-test both the classic arcade-style games of yesteryear and the virtual reality technology set to take the industry by storm in years to come. Comment

Slopers enjoy divine delicacies at Seventh Heaven Street Fair

Park Slope: Talk about a slice of heaven! Comments (1)

The ghosts of Father’s Day

The Dad: This week, the Dad contemplates his life without his dad, and his daughters’ future without him. Comment

You won’t believe these 125 sexy things about The Brooklyn Paper

Page 1: To find out what they are, click away! And keep hustlin’, Brooklyn! Comment

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Greenpoint park gets the green light

Changing Brooklyn: The city is finally clearing the way for the long-awaited Box Street Park. Comments (5)

Skipper: ‘Sphincter Factor’ sinks Clones

The Ride: What’s the Sphincter Factor? Click above to find out! Comments (1)

Mama’s ploy: Disgraced Rep. Grimm’s mom asks judge for clemency

Bay Ridge: In a desperate bid for leniency at his upcoming sentencing, tax cheat and former congressman Michael Grimm gave the judge a note from his mommy. Comments (4)

The cold shoulder: Old-folks home still hasn’t turned air-con on, say residents

Park Slope: The owner of Prospect Park Residence defied court orders to turn on air conditioning for his elderly tenants, forcing the seniors to sweat out Tuesday’s soaring temperatures, say attorneys for the residents. Comments (6)

Autopsy: Death of baby found in Williamsburg condo was a homicide

Williamsburg: Police are investigating the death of a baby boy found unconscious in a waterfront Williamsburg condominium last year as a homicide, according to a report. Comments (2)

Cops seeking alleged R-train groper

Downtown: The victim told police he grabbed her thigh and butt on a Bay Ridge-bound R train earlier this month. Comments (2)

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Darling it’s better down where it’s wetter: Mermaid Parade marches on in rain

Photo Galleries: Rain, rain can’t make the Mermaid Parade go away. Comments (2)

Cyclones annihilate Tri-City

The Ride: There were lots of runs and great pitching. Who could ask for more? Comment

Shwick the bucket: Bushwick flea market closes

Shopping: Call it a market stall. Comments (5)

Cyclones return to Coney Island in home opener

Photo Galleries: Brooklyn’s boys of summer had a somber evening at MCU Park on June 20, losing their home opener and paying tribute to a fallen hero. Comment

Brooklyn is now home to the oldest person on the planet!

Susannah “Miss Susie” Mushatt Jones is about to turn 116, and out pals at BrooklynDaily.com have all the details. Comments (1)

Cops: Man punched woman in face at subway stop

Boerum Hill: Police are asking Brooklynites to keep their eyes peeled for a man they believe punched a woman in the face on a Boerum Hill subway platform in May, according to a report. Comments (4)

Movin’ on up! PS 6 fifth-graders celebrate graduation

They’re red, white, and through with elementary school! Comments (1)

Always in fashion: Seniors strut their stuff on the catwalk

Ditmas Park: They’re model residents. Comment

Monday, June 22, 2015

Cyclist killed in collision with truck

Mean Streets: Police investigators believe the man was riding down Church Avenue near Ocean Avenue, when he swerved into a box truck and was run-over by its rear wheels, authorities said. Comments (27)

Williamsburg homeless shelter refuses to take sex offenders

Williamsburg: A judge on Wednesday denied the shelter’s request for a restraining order to stop the city sending it up to 50 sex offenders, but the facility says it is going to keep turning them away anyhow. Comments (10)

Clones dump Yanks, take season-opening series

The Ride: The Cyclones took the season-opening series against the hated Staten Island Yankees with a 6–4 win over the Evil Empire of the New York-Penn League. Comment

Hum and haw: Organizers mum on Coney seaside concerts

They aren’t singing just yet. Comments (1)

All that and a bag of chips: Bands we’d rather see at ’90s Fest

Music: Millenial nostalgia is about to hit its nadir with a ’90s-themed festival slated to take place on the Williamsburg waterfront later this year. Comment

Cops: Guy flashed his junk to woman on J train

Williamsburg: Cops are on the lookout for a guy who they believe exposed his junk to a woman riding the J train in April. Comments (2)

Cops want to question man over Boerum Hill basketball-court shooting

Boerum Hill: Cops are on the lookout for a man they believe may have information about a Boerum Hill shooting earlier this month that put three men in hospital, according to a report. Comments (2)

Sunday, June 21, 2015

Booo! Cyclones drop home opener, fall to mediocre .500

The Ride: The dream of an undefeated sesaon is dead. Comment

Saturday, June 20, 2015

Cyclones come back, take season-opener in extra innings

The Ride: Michael Bernal’s two-out single to left in the 12th scored Enmanuel Zabala for the win over the hated Staten Island Yankees. Comment

Friday, June 19, 2015

Bullet hits ambulette in Vinegar Hill

Vinegar Hill: A Crown Heights ambulette driver says he is thankful to be alive after a maniac opened fire near his vehicle in Vinegar Hill on Friday morning. Comments (3)

Salvage garden: Park returns to Williamsburg waterfront

Williamsburg–Greenpoint Waterfront: They’re digging it up again. Comment

Downtown’s dining room closed as city rips up Borough Hall Plaza

Downtown: Brooklyn’s Stoop is closed for lunch. Comments (3)

Holy smokes! St. Ann’s previews new Tobacco Warehouse theater

Theater: It was an opening night to remember. Comments (3)

Car quash! Vehicles banned from half of Prospect Park

Mean Streets: Baby you can’t drive your car. Comments (29)

An in-tents protest

Politics: Borough President Adams went on a camping trip to the distant Island of Manhattan on Wednesday night, bunking down on the sidewalk outside Gov. Cuomo’s office to rally against Albany’s failure to renew rent regulation laws. The Beep, who was joined by tenants’ rights activists and fellow Brooklyn pols, said the move was a gesture of solidarity with the hundreds of thousands of Brooklynites living in rent-stabilized apartments.

Thursday, June 18, 2015

Alleged slumlord tried to freeze out rent-stabilized tenants, says AG

Landlords in the Crosshairs: The landlord allegedly tore down walls, turned off the heat, and exposed tenants of his Crown Heights building to lead dust, prosecutors say. Comments (4)

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