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Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Modem times: Play spoofs hacker films of the ’90s

Theater: They can jam with the console cowboys in cyberspace! Comment

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Spy guy: Dumbo exhibit shows range of Mad magazine cartoonist

Art: He is not just a Mad man. Comments (4)

Monday, June 13, 2016

Suiting up

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His strong suit: ‘Girls’ staffer makes doc about gender-variant clothes

Cinema: He is going beyond “Girls.” Comments (3)

Suits their fancy: Bindle and Keep tailors discuss their work

Shopping: They make the clothes that make the man. Comment

A comprehensive guide to this summer’s outdoor films

Cinema: Now updated with movies on the Coney Island beach and “Red Hook Flicks!” Comments (4)

Sunday, June 12, 2016

The grandmother next store is gone

Rhymes with Crazy: This week, Lenore mourns the loss of a lovely neighbor. Comments (7)

Friday, June 10, 2016

Five things to do in Brooklyn this week!

Editor’s Picks: The week we have a free rock show, Shakespeare in the park, and Brooklyn Pride! Hey, we’re always proud of Brooklyn! Comment

Ka-ching blade! Fund-raiser features a sword to kilt for

Theater: This theater is on the cutting edge! Comments (1)

Thursday, June 9, 2016

Brad ‘Slander’? Councilman fends off racism accusations

Party Line: Councilman Brad Lander has riled Asian groups by calling supporters of Yungman Lee (one of Rep. Nydia Velazquez’s challengers) “scumbags” — our pals at BrooklynDaily.com have the scoop! Read more…

Championship belters: Beep’s karaoke contest reaches its finale

Music: They are hitting the high notes! Comment
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Oh, what a night! We honor Brooklyn’s best and brightest women

Dyker Heights: Woman, woman! We saluted Kings County’s most “distinctive” females at Sirico’s Caterers in Dyker Heights. Comments (6)

The lessons of Muhammad Ali

Spin Cycle: This week, our columnist remembers a man he grew up admiring. Comments (1)

Joined at the ship! Pro and amateur sailors team up for boat race

Brooklyn Heights: They seas-ed the day! Comments (4)

The Brooklyn Paper Budget

Page 1: This newspaper is not only on time — it’s the earliest newspaper since 2001, because the reporters and editors worked together to produce tangible, timely results for readers. Thank you to Art Director Leah Mitch and all of her colleagues in the production department for their partnership as we produced this newspaper. Keep hustlin’ Brooklyn.

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Contrite bar owner: Skinhead show destroyed our reputation

Brooklyn Is Angry: The Williamsburg bar deals with the aftermath of hosting a “hate music” show last weekend. Comments (18)

Brooklyn's many customs

Norwegian Wood: Ridgite’s Scandinavian roots help him build custom guitars

Art: He’s got an axe to grind. Comments (1)

Mod squad: Brooklynites trick out all sorts of stuff

Photo Galleries: Motorcycles, lamps, pillows, and color itself — if you can mod it, Brooklyn is making it unique. Comments (1)

Redemption dance: Festival uses Bob Marley’s music to highlight homophobia

Dance: Get up, stand up! Stand up for gay rights! Comment

Brooklyn Community Services celebrates 150 years with celeb chef

Downtown: This party was really cooking! Comment

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Bridge Park approves Pier 6 towers, as locals prepare for legal fight

Bridge ‘Park’: Board members of the semi-private organization that runs Brooklyn Bridge Park voted to approve two controversial towers at the Pier 6 end of the green space on Tuesday morning. Comments (12)

Woman shot in head outside Brooklyn Bridge Park

Brooklyn Heights: Someone shot a woman in the head as she was leaving Brooklyn Bridge Park on Monday evening, according to police. Comment

Oh, suite! Bossert Hotel will open in October

Brooklyn Heights: Check this out — then check in! Comments (6)

Smith Street ‘Funday Sunday’ will honor late local legend Bette Stoltz

Carroll Gardens: Mark your calendars! Smith Street’s Sunday Funday and Bastille Day celebrations will honor late local visionary Bette Stoltz. Comments (2)
MTA

F tunnel closure will only happen on weekends

Transit: Mystery solved — well, one of them. Comments (4)

Monday, June 6, 2016

Shafted: L-spooked straphangers demand details on F tunnel repairs

Downtown: You’ve heard of the L-pocalypse, but what about this cluster-F? Comments (5)

Police: Park Slope attemped rapists still on the loose

Park Slope: Police are still looking for two predators who tried to rape women in Park Slope in recent months. Comments (4)

Nailed it! Leopoldi’s Hardware celebrates 50 years in Park Slope

Awesome: They say good fences make good neighbors — and this family knows how to build a great fence! Comments (2)

To the letter! Petition to add second Z to Verrazano bridge

Bay Ridge: Can’t they spell? Comments (20)

Friday, June 3, 2016

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Ophira Eisenberg talks radio, sex, and Women of Distinction

Podcast: The host of NPR’s “Ask Me Another” joined Gersh Kuntzman and Vince DiMiceli on Brooklyn Paper Radio on Thursday. Comment

Shopping around: Park Slope Food Co-op eyeing second location

Park Slope: Call it organic growth! Comments (7)

Bungle gym! City’s building collapses near park entrance

Sunset Park: A decrepit city-owned building collapsed near the entrance to a waterfront park in Sunset Park on June 1. Comments (1)

Thursday, June 2, 2016

Off the rails: Williamsburgers worry streetcar will displace locals

Williamsburg: The city’s planned Sunset Park-to-Queens streetcar could be a one-way ticket out of Williamsburg for low-income residents, locals said at a public forum about the trolley on Wednesday night. Comments (14)

City unveils new plans for Pier 6 towers, park board will vote Tuesday

Bridge ‘Park’: The revamped proposal for the properties at Pier 6 calls for slightly smaller towers with fewer units — especially fewer below-market units — and nixes a planned pre-kindergarten space. Comments (8)

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