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Sense of an ending

Art: The end of the world is coming — and it will be animated. Comment

Brooklyn’s lost world

Exploring the dark corners of the abandoned Domino Sugar factory and then canoeing down the East River in search of hidden, decaying spots on the shore is a typical weekend for Nathan Austin. Comments (19)
Cinema: Throw some gefilte fish on the barbie! Comments (1)

Carmine gets more than he bargained for while shopping on Staten Island

Sunday Screech: How many times have you seen someone get arrested for shoplifting? Comments (7)

He did it!

Big Screecher: This week, Carmine witnesses the cops in action. Comment

Hip wedding expo says ‘I don’t’ to traditional ceremonies

Saying I do has never been so ironic. Comment
Digital editions: Brooklyn Daily is proud to present the latest print editions of our Courier Life newspapers. Read more…
Williamsburg: The new owners of the Domino Sugar Factory are eager to make a good impression in Williamsburg — so they’re offering a sweet deal to emerging Brooklyn entrepreneurs. Comments (5)

Brooklyn’s New Year’s babies ring in 2013

He was born to be a star! Comment
Straphangers rejoice — Brooklyn is getting its buses back! Comments (26)

Our Bartoonist samples Brooklyn’s namesake cocktail

Bar Scrawl: Forget a Manhattan — have you ever ordered yourself a Brooklyn? Comment

Not gun-ho for Piers Morgan

A Britisher’s View: Our columnist has a blast from the past for anti-gun loony — and disgraced British journalist — Piers Morgan, who is the subject of a petition to have him deported for his rabid denouncement of the Second Amendment’s right to bear arms Comment

Eli’s found something to believe in

Fearless Living: This week, Stephanie learns her son now believes in god — or something like it. Comments (3)
There’s plenty of space in the barn for everyone. Comments (1)
Photo Galleries: Who needs Hawaii in January? Comment
Sheepshead Bay: Sheepshead Bay residents who remain without heat and hot water got what they really wanted for Christmas — a disaster recovery center. Comment
If you ever wanted to get the real dirt on Hurricane Sandy’s impact on Brooklyn, here’s your chance. Comment
Digital editions: Happy New Year, readers! We hope you enjoyed the holiday season and are geared up for more awesome community journalism heading into 2013. We certainly are. This year, The Brooklyn Paper has a simple resolution — and we swear we’ll stick to it: to keep hustlin’, Brooklyn. Read more…

Police: Suspect robs clothing store

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

Standing O is lifting those spirits again

Standing O: Need a hand writing essays for those standardized tests? Not to worry, folks, Professor Rob Ostrom and Professor Caroline Hellman, educators du jour, have prepared a handbook that prepares City University of New York students for the writing test that qualifies them for college composition and future writing courses. The handy, dandy handbook, “CATskills: Mastering the CATW and College Writing,” is the GPA of navigating the College Assessment Tests in writing. Comment

Police: Home intruder throws man out of wheelchair

Bensonhurst: Get ready for your weekly run down of crimes from Bensonhurst’s 62nd Precinct. Comment

Cops find suspect in July robbery

Flatbush: Get ready for your weekly run down of crimes from the 70th Precinct. Comment

NYPD: Suspect punches woman in restaurant

Canarsie: The arrest leads this week’s blotter from the 69th Precinct. Comment

Cops: Suspect beats man with broom

Crime: Get ready for your weekly run-down of crimes from the 61st Precinct. Comment

Cops: Man threatens woman with metal rod

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

What’s next for the Nets?

Nets: It’s turmoil at the “Rust Bowl” after Nets coach Avery Johnson got canned! What’s next for Brooklyn’s new home team? Our columnists weigh in.

A test of Williams

Back Court: Whether he wanted it or not, the Brooklyn Nets are now Deron Williams’s burden to bear. And so far, Nets fans don’t have much proof he’s up to the task. Comment

New coach, same mediocre play

Front Court: For the first two games under interim coach P.J. Carlesimo, the Nets appeared to have righted the ship. Comments (1)

Test finds metal under Atlantic Ave. — rail booster thinks it’s a locomotive

That urban legend about an old locomotive buried under Atlantic Avenue may be more than just a train of thought. Comments (12)

On the radio pranking is just a fancy name for bullying

Not for Nuthin’: At what point does a silly prank become just plain bullying? And at what point do we say “enough is enough?” Comment

Brooklyn’s 13 to watch in 2013

No one knows what the future holds — but that doesn’t mean we can’t make educated guesses. These movers, leaders, shakers, and makers will likely have a profound impact on Brooklyn in 2013, our panel of experts concluded. Comments (1)

Feds force city to keep sewage out of Gowanus; call for giant canal-side basins

Cleaning Our Waterways: The major revelation changes the shape of the much-hyped Superfund project. Comments (4)

Stan’s ‘Best’ and ‘Worst’ list for 2012

It’s Only My Opinion: This week, our columnist reminds us of the highlights — and lowlights — of the year that was. Comment

Don’t miss these bands in 2013

Our music expert highlights some on-the-rise acts bound to make noise in the new year. Comments (4)

City will burn Hurricane Sandy debris — because it’s better for the environment!

Mill Basin: Ladies and gentlemen, Floyd Bennett Field is burning. Comment

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