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Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018

What to read this week

Books: Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

Friday, Feb. 23, 2018

Can’t foot it: Transit leader’s plan to repave troublesome Terrace sidewalk too costly, city says

Windsor Terrace: The city abandoned a scheme Brooklyn’s head transit honcho hatched to secure capital funding for repairs to a treacherous Windsor Terrace sidewalk because the $10-million plan was simply too expensive. Comments (7)

Living on a prayer: Board votes down Ft. Greene church’s rezoning proposal before kicking it to beep

Fort Greene: Civic gurus punted a controversial rezoning application for a swath of Fort Greene land where church leaders want to erect a 13-story tower of so-called affordable housing to the borough president after panning the proposal last week. Comments (4)

On brand: Exhibit celebrates the business of Brooklyn

Art: They’re putting the brands back together! This exhibit, put together for the 100th anniversary of the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, opens to the public today. Comments (1)

Gowanus man arrested for allegedly having sex with, beating teen girl

Gowanus: Cops busted a 49-year-old Gowanus man who allegedly had sex with a 15-year-old girl — twice — and beat her at his 14th Street home last year. Comment
Editor’s Picks: This week, we’ve got revolutionary kids, a virtual wonderland, sexy ‘Star Wars’ stories, and much more! Brooklyn is the place to be! Comment

Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018

Changing Brooklyn: Builders are hard at work finishing five projects that will transform Fort Greene’s once-industrial Navy Yard into a new commercial hub when all are completed by early next year. Comments (3)

Planks for the memories! Locals slam landmarks agency for threatening to rip up Coney Boardwalk’s iconic wood

Coney Island: Coney Islanders blasted the city Landmarks Preservation Commission at a Feb. 14 public meeting, complaining that landmarking the iconic Coney Island Riegelmann Boardwalk would do nothing to protect its signature wooden structure. Comments (3)

Employees of the month: Tellers foil snake’s back-to-back attempted bank robberies

Bushwick: Two brave tellers thwarted a would-be thief’s back-to-back attempts to rob a pair of North Brooklyn banks this week by refusing to comply when he demanded cash. Comments (1)
Page 1: Do you turn into a slugabed with dysania at one scroll of your Twitter feed? Tired of headline after headline about grumbletonians accusing the country of becoming a kakistocracy led by a man they say is nothing more than a twattling ultracrepidarian and a snollygoster? Does most news these days make you frobly-mobly? Then you’ve come to the right Paper! Embrace your cacoethes to abandon the 24-hour spin cycle for some local news that will have you feeling like a groke in a swanky restaurant full of abligurition. You’ll be glad you did. Keep hustlin’, Brooklyn! Comment

Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018

Hospitals in Crisis: The city must remove metered-parking spaces on DeKalb Avenue outside a Fort Greene hospital because they create traffic that delays ambulances and their sick passengers from getting treatment, the medical center’s staff demanded. Comments (24)
Fixing the BQE: Gov. Cuomo did not authorize a method to streamline the city-led reconstruction of the Brooklyn–Queens Expressway’s deteriorating triple cantilever in his second go at the state budget, sending local lawmakers in Albany back to square one in their fight to allow the design-build process. Comments (6)

Joan of arts: Singer curates a women’s music series

Music: These musicians are hip! Comments (4)

Elders’ escape: Seniors travel the world in new virtual-reality class

Health: Bay Ridge oldsters can now see the world without leaving Southern Brooklyn thanks to a new weekly virtual-reality class that debuted at a neighborhood senior center last month. Comment

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