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Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017

Bovine intervention! Bull that escaped a Brooklyn slaughterhouse finds savior in New Jersey

Fuzzy Brooklyn: Steaks alive! Comments (1)

‘Key’ to the plans

Park Slope: A supermarket could come to the ground floor of a development that will replace a beloved Key Food in Park Slope. Comments (3)

End of the line: Wyatt Cenac stops ‘Night Train’ after five years

Event: He’s hitting the brakes! Comments (3)

‘Oldtimers’ return to nabe for 49th year to play ‘king of street games’

Event: Call it an old ballgame with some new players. Comments (2)

All about implants

Breast implants carry very low risk of causing cancer

Breast Cancer Awareness: Implants remain a generally safe option for those seeking augmentation or reconstruction, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Comment

New type of implant available

A New York City resident was among the first to receive the groundbreaking, no-saline-required implant. Comment

The Brooklyn Paper: Winning every interview

Page 1: Look, we’re not here to lose, we’re here to win. And the only way to win is go out there every day, keep battling, and never give up. We don’t want this season to end, and we’ve got a great group of guys here who are ready for the challenge. So the next time you get a call from us, be prepared for the match of your life, and keep hustlin’, Brooklyn! Comment

Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017

Underground activism: Subway-station posters shed light on boro poverty

Bedford-Stuyvesant: Talk about platforms for change. Comments (11)

Biting commentary: Creepy art with political agenda

Art: He’s giving his eyeteeth for this show. Comments (1)

Bra fitting after mastectomy or reconstruction

Breast Cancer Awareness: A well-fitting bra is essential for those who have undergone certain procedures after breast cancer. Comment

Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017

Udder chaos: Loose cow corralled by cops in P’Park after spending hours on the range

Wild Brooklyn: This cow was on the lam! Comments (6)

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What doesn’t lie beneath: No slaves’, soldiers’ bodies found in ground of proposed Gowanus school site, state says

Captain’s Log: Professor X did not mark the spot! Comments (4)

Crowning a top dog: Canines compete for honors including fastest fetch, prettiest eyes in G’point contest

Fuzzy Brooklyn: These pups are pawsitively perfect! Comments (1)

Playing with the pros: Fans join Brooklyn Nets athletes for practice on B’Bridge Park courts

Brooklyn Heights: It was nothin’ but Nets! Comments (1)

Height train-ing: Exhibit explores history of Downtown transportation

Art: It’s traveling through time! Comments (2)

Breast-cancer treatment

Staying healthy: Bellevue is committed to providing accessible resources for breast health

Breast Cancer Awareness: Bellevue Hospital Center’s workforce of experts is steering the institution to new heights. Comment

Breast health services in Bklyn: Woodhull Medical Center uses the latest treatments to help patients

Breast Cancer Awareness: The staff at the hospital’s Center for Cancer Care and Blood Disorders is at the cutting edge. Comment

Monday, Oct. 16, 2017

Authorities with an agenda: Cops using police vehicle to advocate against constitutional convention

Bedford-Stuyvesant: New York’s Finest are bucking convention. Comments (8)

In need of a lift: Pols and locals demand state restore defunct bus line

Carroll Gardens: They want Cuomo to get on board! Comments (11)

Ai Wei-what? Straphangers confuse artist’s sculpture for chair, wind barrier

Downtown: This art’s purpose is in the eye of its beholder. Comments (9)

A song for ‘Sludgie’: Slope band’s ballad honors whale that perished in Gowanus Canal

Wild Brooklyn: It’s a lyrical tribute to a whale’s tragic tale. Comment

Blow for freedom: Harriet Tubman jazz band breaks genres

Music: Call it freeing jazz! Comment

Cancer support in your backyard

Breast Cancer Awareness: Services including online forums and wig providers help patients right here in Brooklyn. Comments (1)

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