It’s another great print edition of The Brooklyn Paper. This week, we’re packed with coverage of Atlantic Yards, a new financing plan for Brooklyn Bridge Park, an angry populus as it turns its sights on Wall Street, the possibility of Ringling Brothers coming to Coney, and, of course, coverage of our editor’s bike getting stolen (again!). In addition, there’s full coverage of the ping pong craze in our award-winning GO Brooklyn entertainment section. Keep hustlin’, Brooklyn! Comment
Gardening in North Brooklyn is about to become a form of rebellion. Comments (4)
Ire-land! Brooklyn wants to stick it to the man!
Everyone is angry all over the place. Click below for our coverage of the populist outrage!
The Brooklyn Paper editorial board is cautiously optimistic about a state Senator’s plan to eliminate housing inside Brooklyn Bridge Park. Comments (1)
The hills of Brooklyn will be alive with the sound of music — jazz music — throughout April. Comment
Cartoonist Cristian Fleming sees only danger ahead for subway and bus riders. Comment
Internationally renowned architect Enrique Norten is transforming an unassuming Park Slope block with a striking condominium building, but the high-minded design gets only modest marks from people more accustomed to the neighborhood’s normal bricks and brownstone. Comments (6)
This newspaper’s famously bike-riding editor has had yet another bike stolen — the second time in eight months that his wheels have been swiped. Comments (9)
The Brooklyn Paper has caught March Madness — and given the resurgence of Ping Pong, there was only one cure: An NCAA-style, bracket-enabled, three-round grudge match. Comment
This week, our letter writers express their usual outrage over something we did. Comments (1)
As you know, the staff of The Brooklyn Paper will be moving from DUMBO to spiffy new offices in the Metrotech complex next week. All week, Editor Gersh Kuntzman has been gorging on DUMBO’s culinary riches — and inviting viewers along for the juicy ride. In yet another installment in his ongoing series, “The Last Days of DUMBO,” today Gersh enjoys a cilantro-free plate of rice and beans from Los Papi’s. Comment
Starchitect Frank Gehry quickly recanted — sort of — a statement he made earlier in the week that the Atlantic Yards project is dead. Comment
One of the few reminders of the bygone days of Norwegian hegemony in Bay Ridge — the annual Miss Norway of Greater New York pageant — returns on April 4. Comment