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Long-term parking: Kimchi Taco food truck gets permanent address

Dining: Everything you thought you knew about kimchi is about to change. Comments (1)

Police: Man busted for stealing razor blades

Flatbush: Get ready for your weekly run down of crimes from the 70th Precinct. Comment
Ditmas Park: At this salsa party, you can dance if you want to — or you can just sip a drink and enjoy the tunes from the bar. Comment
Nightlife: From the Bible to the Torah, from Dr. Seuss to the Brothers Grimm, if you can print it, they can strip to it. Comments (1)

Attacker beats woman for designer duds, say police

Marine Park: Plus a host of other crimes from Marine Park’s 63rd Precinct. Comment

Why won’t anybody pay attention to me?

Sunday Screech: This week, Carmine rallies against a waste transfer station in Gravesend — and the fact that people are too busy to notice him on the street. Comments (8)

‘Gov. Cuomo is Wimpy’

Letters: Our letter writers have plenty of opinions. One of them thinks Gov. Cuomo acts like a comic-strip character — and it isn’t Superman. Comment

Tornado down! Tornado down!

Big Screecher: This week, Carmine has a tough time getting to a rally against a hated waste transfer station. Comment

Bark back! ‘Stolen’ dog safe at home in Bushwick

Fuzzy Brooklyn: Call off the dogs! Comments (14)
Brooklyn’s favorite power couple is back — and they’re getting pumped for a show of arms on Aug. 26. Comments (4)

Flatbush Avenue ‘dollar vans’ want in on taxi plan

Link: The drivers of the ‘dollar vans’ that ferry commuters along Flatbush Avenue want the city to allow them to pick up passengers who hail them on the street — something they already do, but without permission from officials. Read more…

Clones defeated again

The Ride: Cyclones reliever Matthew Koch squandered a hard-fought one-run lead after a tight five-inning pitching duel, letting the Tri-City ValleyCats defeat Brooklyn’s boys of summer for the second game in a row. Comment

Bartoonist checks out Williamsburg’s newest beer bar

Bar Scrawl: Our drinking illustrator shares his thoughts on a new pub with a hammerhead shark. Yes, this bar has a hammerhead shark. Comments (1)

Subway shakeup! Eight train lines to change this weekend

Weekend Watch: It’s going to be a challenging weekend on the rails. Comment

Doggone it! His Wagnificence deserves to be saluted on National Dog Day — and every day

A Britisher’s View: Faithful Fido has loved, nurtured, and saved us throughout the ages — and National Dog Day is a time to celebrate this amazing creature. Comment

He’s on a mission from god

Books: A Mill Basin author’s superhero has to save the earth — by order of the creator. Comments (2)

DA: ‘Mom killer’ could face life in prison

Gavel to Gavel: The charge leads this week’s Gavel to Gavel. Comment

Cops: Gunman threatens man for iPhone

Bensonhurst: Get ready for your weekly run down of crimes from Bensonhurst’s 62nd Precinct. Comment
Windsor Terrace: A Windsor Terrace man found himself under lock and beside key-cutting machine when a hardware store employee closed up shop for a prayer break, trapping the unlucky customer inside. Comments (7)

Over-budget Marine Park Field House will pay for itself — in 300 years!

Marine Park: The Carmine Carro Field House is currently $11.5 million over budget, meaning that even with its high-tech geothermal heating and cooling system, it won’t save the city a dime until 2316, give or take a few months. Comment
Midwood: Someone found a grenade sitting by a tree in Midwood, but what happened next can only be seen in our slideshow. Comment

Dollar van drivers: We want street hail permits

Dollar van drivers who zip up and down Flatbush Avenue between Downtown and Mill Basin say they want to horn in on the city’s controversial plan to give livery cabs the right to accept street hails — but claim that the Taxi and Limousine Commission is thwarting their attempts to legitimize their illegal, yet accepted, practice of occassionally picking up customers who flag them down at bus stops. Comment
Gowanus: A powerful storm ripped through Brooklyn Wednesday afternoon — making the blocks surrounding the Gowanus Canal look more like the canals of Venice. Comments (12)
Flatlands: The fire was sparked by someone setting fire to a mattress, FDNY sources say. Comment
Digital editions: Remember newspapers back in the day? The great stories, the gray-scale photos, the narrow columns packed with multi-deck sub-heds, and the low cost? Now imagine all of that history and heritage, modernized for our current times. Behold The Brooklyn Paper — published free in print and online for your convenience and enjoyment. Thanks for reading, and keep hustlin’, Brooklyn! Read more…

Dog gone shame: Pet owner says thief stole pooch outside Bushwick bodega

Bushwick: A heartless thug stole a pit bull left outside a Bushwick bodega, according to the pup’s owner, who has been leading a frantic dog-hunt across the borough since Monday night. Comments (6)
Art: The Brooklyn Museum is lending its walls to disabled artists – giving visitors a unique perspective on the struggles and achievements of an under-appreciated group of artists. Comment

ValleyCats scratch Clones

The Ride: The NY–Penn League-leading Tri-City ValleyCats shredded the Cyclones pitching staff and snuffed out a seventh inning rally to take the season’s first match up between the squads. Comment
Awesome: Brooklyn is the world. Comment
Event: Aphrodite wants to ask you about love. Comment

Am I responsible if my kid murders someone?

The Dad: This week, The Dad tries to figure out how he would feel if his child commits murder. Comment

Cops: Brute beats man with golf club

Sheepshead Bay: Get ready for your weekly run-down of crimes from the 61st Precinct. Comment
Books: And yes, one of them is named the Hypst’r. Comment

Ridge residents: Xaverian High School is taking our parking spots

Bay Ridge: Bay Ridge residents are lashing out against Xaverian High School for taking away several precious parking spots near 71st Street and Shore Road to put in a loading zone for school buses, but the Catholic high school’s president said the street changes came from a higher power — the city of New York. Comments (51)

Dog rescuer: ‘Hoarder home’ Shelties will soon be up for adoption

Sheepshead Bay: Five months after Animal Care and Control sprung them from a darkened, garbage-filled, flea-infested home, 23 Shetland sheepdogs are now free to be adopted by loving families, animal rescuers say. Comment
Bay Ridge: Bay Ridge residents living next to a derelict 83rd Street property are demanding the city help them end a five-year invasion of vermin and ne’er-do-well teens — and to prevent what they fear could become another Ovington Avenue-style collapse. Comments (6)

The votes are in! Southern Brooklyn wants a Chick-fil-A

Sheepshead Bay: It was a close vote, but Brooklyn Daily readers say they would like to see a Chick-fil-A open in Southern Brooklyn. Comment

Cops: Sex scammers bind and rob men visiting Williamsburg escort

Williamsburg: A group of bad guys bound and robbed at least four men who scheduled a liaison with an escort in Williamsburg, police say. Comments (8)

India and Pakistan come together — to party

Downtown: The song “Why can’t we be friends?” isn’t on the play list, but the tune might as be the mantra behind a joint birthday party celebrating Pakistan and India — bordering nations with concurrent independence days and decades of strained relations. Comments (5)

Mayor Mike is wary of Trojans bearing gifts

Not for Nuthin’: This week, our national affairs columnist sticks it to Mayor Bloomberg for taking away a vibrator giveaway. Comment

Woman attacked over Facebook message, police say

Coney Island: Get ready for your weekly run-down of crimes from the 60th Precinct. Comment

Holocaust Memorial Park should be wired up with cameras, residents say

Sheepshead Bay: Civic leaders outraged over the anti-Semitic graffiti left in Holocaust Memorial Park say they want to wire up the memorial with 24-hour surveillance cameras to keep an eye on people going in and out of the sanctuary dedicated to Nazi concentration camp victims. Comment
Ditmas Park: The leafy neighborhood got some long overdue recognition from the Brooklyn Botanical Garden when it took home two of the Garden’s six “Greenest Block in Brooklyn” awards. Comment
Flatbush: Residents came out in droves to celebrate Family Day on Aug. 11, enjoying games, food, and a few surprises in Paerdegat Park. State Sen. John Sampson’s tumble while racing Assemblyman Nick Perry was a surprise bonus, celebrants said. Comment
Marine Park: Family and friends of Jonathan DeMarco held a surprise going-away party for a Marine Park 19-year-old who signed up to be a soldier. Check out our slideshow for all the heartwarming, patriotic tributes. Comment

Cologne-influenced German beer hall opens in Slope

Nightlife: And no, it’s not related to the Cologne-influenced German beer hall in Fort Greene. Comments (4)

Two Clones relievers haven’t given up a run — all season!

Two Cyclones relievers are hurling their way toward history after reaching the NY-Penn League all star break without giving up a single run. Comment

Akselrod: Mosque will draw radical elements to Sheepshead Bay

Sheepshead Bay: Assembly hopeful Ben Akselrod is railing against the construction of the Sheepshead Bay mosque — a hopeless battle political insiders say the former Community Board 15 district manager has no chance of turning around, but will help him pander to Southern Brooklyn conservatives looking to get rid of the Muslim house of worship. Comment

Kickstarter is leaving Manhattan for Greenpoint

Awesome: The internet fund-raising darling Kickstarter will leave Manhattan for new offices in an old pencil factory in Greenpoint — marking the biggest coup for North Brooklyn’s burgeoning tech community so far. Comments (8)

Residents: Third Avenue sinkhole really stinks!

Bay Ridge: Bay Ridgites who live near the sinkhole at the corner of Third Avenue and 92nd Street claim they are constantly gagging on dust and noxious sewer gas. Comments (5)

Flea off the market! Home of W’burg bazaar sold for $18 million

Changing Brooklyn: A Williamsburg plot of land went from flea market location to real estate market darling when a developer scooped it up for a whopping $18 million. Comments (5)

Stan runs into himself at the dentist office

It’s Only My Opinion: This week, Stan meets his match — in name only. Comment

Clones sweep Lake Monsters

The Ride: The Cyclones are one game away from the division lead after battering the hapless Vermont Lake Monsters in a three-game home sweep. Comment
Link: Police sources claim that an off-duty detective assigned to the 63rd Precinct was shot in the shoulder by his girlfriend’s estranged husband on Friday night. Our pals at the New York Post have the story Read more…

Clones victorious over Vermont

The Ride: Brooklyn star Brandon Nimmo is back — and so is his bat. Comment

Dog rescuer: Sheepdogs freed from Sheepshead Bay ‘hoarder home’ are up for adoption

Link: More than 20 Shetland sheepdogs taken from an accused canine hoarder are looking for new homes. The Daily News has the story. Read more…

Nearly perfect win for Clones

The Ride: Hansel Robles almost pitched a perfect game — and a trio of Vermont pitchers nearly combined for a no-hitter in what will be remembered as one of the greatest pitching duels ever to take place in short-season single A baseball. Comments (1)

Levi Aron: I smothered little Leiby with a towel

Kensington: Accused Brooklyn butcher Levi Aron confessed on Thursday to kidnapping, killing, and then dismembering 8-year-old Leiby Kletzky as he entered a guilty plea guaranteeing that he spends the next four decades in prison. Comment

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