A summer concert series that sparked noise complaints on the Williamsburg waterfront has found a new location — but neighbors fear sound from the outdoor shows will rock their Northside homes. Comments (3)
Why grow your own greens when you can pick them in Prospect Park and eat them too? Comment
Before The Brooklyn Paper hits newsstands — and the web (in convenient PDF format) — it undergoes an extensive review process intended to make sure it’s the perfect antidote for readers suffering through less-than-interesting publications. Each week, a team of skilled reporters, experienced editors, and highly trained designers laboriously assemble the newspaper using high-tech tools including computers, telephones, and cameras. The final product is sent to the lab where it is printed. Meanwhile, experts in cutting-edge computing post the finished product online.
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The benches illegally put in near 86th Street to displace a controversial gyro cart didn’t travel far. Comment
Brooklyn’s shipping industry will remain afloat, for now, under an agreement keeping Customs inspectors working in Red Hook’s port until 2017, federal officials, waterfront insiders, and politicians say. Comment
There are enough minor changes to the schedules this weekend to make your subway journey this weekend a bit unpredictable and, we hope, exciting. Comment
Our bartoonist samples a new Union Avenue watering hole. Comment