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Friday, March 23, 2018

Prospect Heights: A group of merrymakers flocked to Grand Army Plaza on Tuesday for a crack at a hard-boiled challenge — balancing 360 eggs upright atop the rough-hewn stone surrounding the oval’s Bailey Fountain. Comments (1)

Fort Greene woman killed after driver collides with parked car in Flatlands

Mean Streets: An elderly motorist smashed into a parked car and sent it flying into another senior walking on Utica Avenue on March 15, killing her. Comments (2)
Editor’s Picks: This week, we’ve got some very adult education paired with hot jazz, rides on the Wonder Wheel, a magical journey through Coney Island’s history, and much more! Brooklyn is the place to be! Comment
Fort Hamilton: Students and parents at a Bay Ridge high school questioned the ability of metal detectors to stop an armed shooter after the neighborhood’s state Senator called for “body scanners” in schools. Comment
Transit: The weekend commute is totally F’d. Comment

Thursday, March 22, 2018

Dyker Heights: A posse of preservationists in Dyker Heights is pushing the city to landmark a beloved church that parishioners are worried the Brooklyn Diocese is planning to bulldoze in pursuit of profit over piousness. Comments (6)

Shot at glory: Bay hoops player named finalist for Brooklyn Nets All-Star Award

Sheepshead Bay: Student athletes on a Sheepshead Bay school’s squad will shoot for their Brooklyn division’s title in the city’s Middle School Basketball League on March 24, but the looming match isn’t the only impending competition for the team’s star power forward — one of six finalists for an award doled out by the Brooklyn Nets. Comment

Winter break: Director’s ‘Tale’ shakes up Polonsky Center

Theater: It’s a bear of a story to deal with. Comment

Schmear and far: ‘Bagels and Salsa’ is a bi-cultural love story set in New York and New Mexico

Books: ‘Bagels and Salsa,’ penned by novelist Lara Reznik, tells the faintly autobiographical story of a Long Island woman who finds love and happiness in, of all places, New Mexico. Comments (1)
Page 1: Call Brooklyn Paper, that’s the name. That name again is Brooklyn Paper. (Keep hustlin’, Brooklyn!) Comment

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Photo Galleries: Brooklynites hoping for sunny skies on Wednesday as they began the second day of the season were dealt no warm embraces by Mother Nature, who pummeled parts of the borough with more than a foot of powder — the most dumped on New York City in spring in more than a century. Comments (5)
Event: There can never be too many cooks in the kitchen at this event! Comments (1)

Resident’s ball: Park Slope arts program celebrates 25 years

Event: It is time for an Exchange! Comments (1)
Bay Ridge: A family of Iraqi refugees who fled Baghdad amid death threats from terrorists targeting the father’s work supporting the American army have built a new life in Bay Ridge with the support of a Downtown group that helps immigrants and refugees resettle. Comments (1)

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