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Coney Island: Coney Island’s would-be savior, Joe Sitt, broke a two-year silence to skewer the city’s controversial Coney Island redevelopment plan, just as Mayor Bloomberg’s rezoning proposal got a rubber stamp from the City Planning Commission on Wednesday. Comments (3)

Nasal maneuver! Ridgites want a trained nose to sniff out Ft. Hamilton Pkwy problem

Bay Ridge: This one stinks all the way to the top! Comment

City needs to solve bike lane problem

Editorial: The Brooklyn Paper editorial board, which supports cycling, still has a problem with some parts of the city’s bike lane policy. Comments (36)

Born to be mild! Behind the wheel of Brooklyn’s first electric Mini Cooper

Brooklyn Angle: Our columnist got to test drive a 100-percent electricity-powered car. It was cool. Comments (4)
Park Slope: A controversial city plan to tear down a historic schoolhouse on Fourth Avenue in Park Slope and build a new one with triple the capacity just doesn’t add up, neighbors say. Comments (11)

Cut above! Why barbers are a man’s best friend

Cut above! Why barbers are a man’s best friend

As we approach Father’s Day, it’s time to ponder the humble barber. Comments (3)
Dining: Our top chef gives us a great Father’s Day recipe. Comment

Feeding frenzy! Man vs. elephant in new Coney eating spectacle

Coney Island: Through the eons, the human race has never faced a challenge like this before — an eating contest against elephants! Comments (11)

Marty’s concert series rocks — of ages!

Music: Borough President Markowitz’s summer concert series lineup is out — and it features some big names…from the past. Comments (2)

Meet the winner of our Wilco ticket giveaway!

Music: And the winner is... Comment

Ballet high — on Downtown!

Downtown: Ballet has a new home in Brooklyn. And it’s Downtown. Comment
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Business briefs

GGMC Parking has just opened up a new garage in the Richard Meier building at 1 Eastern Pkwy. The garage is currently offering a rate of $225 for monthly parking. Read more…

Playing with fire? NYPD says you’ll get burned!

Park Slope: Please read this important message from our friends in uniform. Comment

Enter our burger contest!

Here’s your chance to participate in this fall’s Burger Bash! Enter our contest today! Read more…

Yards foes ‘suit’ up for another appeal

Atlantic Yards: Nine property owners inside the Atlantic Yards footprint moved last week to appeal last month’s Appellate Division ruling that said the state could use eminent domain to seize privately owned land for the controversial arena and skyscraper proposal. Comments (18)

Armed and ready? This year’s Clones think they have the right (and left) stuff

Ridin’ the Cyclones: We’re born again, there’s new grass on the field. But will the Brooklyn Cyclones avenge last season’s debacle? Comments (2)
Red Hook: Finally, the city has agreed to install trash cans on Red Hook’s main drag. Comments (4)
Red Hook: A second schoolyard fight is underway between a new Red Hook charter school, which needs at least an extra year in PS 15 until its own facility is built, and the public school’s parents and teachers who want total control of the entire Sullivan Street elementary building. Comments (4)

Freedy Johnson will be at Union Hall!

Music: Sorry for the late notice, but Freedy Johnston is playing Union Hall tonight. Comments (1)

Rats! This new zoo specimen is cute!

Park Slope: Meet a rat you can really love. Comments (1)

Stein’s way: This photographer shot from the art

Art: Mike Stein’s newspaper photos from the 1980s are worth checking out at the Brooklyn Public Library. Comment

Union haul! Vendors upset over city plan to relocate McCarren greenmarket

Shopping: The McCarren Park greenmarket is slated to move a few blocks away from its current location because vendors are tearing up the grass. Comments (16)

The Mermaid Parade — a very special preview!

Event: Amos Wengler, the Bard of Coney Island, performs his stirring and ageless classic, “The Mermaid Parade.” Comment

Fort Greene parents love PS 20’s bad boy principal

Fort Greene: Parents are rallying in support of a controversial principal of a Fort Greene elementary school accused of hitting a kindergarten teacher last month — but he faces a long road back into the front office. Comments (8)

Call it ‘Barroom Hill’ on this Boerum Hill drinking tour

Nightlife: Next Tuesday, Boerum Hill becomes “Barroom Hill,” thanks to a guided jaunt that will stop at three popular watering holes, each with its own link to a different historical age. Comments (3)
Transit: We all know that something is wrong with the F train — but soon we’re going to know exactly what. Comments (12)

Same as it ever was — Hepcat and Teen Spirit bond over David Byrne

Smartmom: If it’s Tuesday, it must be Smartmom day at This week, Hepcat takes Teen Spirit to the David Byrne show in Prospect Park for some surprise bonding. Comment

Ringling ain’t the only ‘greatest’ show in town

Dooley Noted: Our kids music, mime and puppetry reviewer checks out another installment of CIRCUSundays at the Waterfront Museum in Red Hook. Comments (1)

Enter our burger contest!

Here’s your chance to participate in this fall’s Burger Bash! Enter our contest today! Read more…

Wait ‘til this year! The Cyclones are back!

Wait ‘til this year! The Cyclones are back!

Cyclones: Nobody covers the Brooklyn Cyclones like The Brooklyn Paper. Here’s our preview of the coming Cyclones season. Comments (2)
Bridge ‘Park’: The proposed Brooklyn Bridge Park showed new signs of life last week as officials moved to take the reins of its first piece of actual parkland — the existing Empire-Fulton Ferry State Park. Comment
Fort Greene: In the midst of one of the most severe economic crises in decades, two real-estate developers are moving ahead, albeit slowly, to build hundreds of new apartment buildings in Fort Greene. Comments (2)
Bay Ridge: Plans to build a school on the site of the demolished “Green Church” earned an A+ last week. Comments (8)

MTA is ‘Staar’ struck! Lola gets her store after our story!

At last, all’s well at Stillwell Avenue. Comments (1)
Mean Streets: Some say Fifth Avenue isn’t wide enough for the both of them: cars and bikes. Comments (15)

CB1: Studio B is still a nuisance

Nightlife: Community Board 1 unanimously rejected a liquor license for Studio B, a nightclub on Banker Street. Comments (5)

This ‘Honeymoon’ is over!

Smash or Trash: The Smash or Trash team hated the husband-and-wife band, Post Honeymoon. Comment

Clipped: Xaverian’s bid to repeat as champs takes hit

Long before the first-inning triple play and subsequent ejection of star second baseman Alex Maldonado, Justin Giammarino’s ineffective four innings and his team’s inability to get a clutch hit, Robbie Duran knew the Xaverian baseball team was in trouble. Comment

Adelphi a perfect fit for Xaverian standout Parrelli

When Carlo Acquista sat down and evaluated what he wanted to upgrade in his team, the Adelphi University men’s soccer coach wrote down a few important characteristics: natural ability, ability to break teams down, technically and tactically sound, great vision. Comment

Go-go Clippers use speed to run past underdog Regis

Xaverian isn’t slugging its way through this postseason. The Clippers are doing it with speed, bunting and singles hitters. Comment

Top-seeded Xaverian not overlooking red-hot Regis

At a Glance: CHSAA Class A double-elimination quarterfinals Comment

Loughlin girls’ basketball moves back to B/Q Division I

The time was just right. Comment

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