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Art: It’s the battle of the unicorn paintings. Comments (3)
A Coney Island man is on a mission from god, and he just might be the only thing standing between mankind and the zombie treepocalypse. Comments (4)

Going ‘om,’ then ‘yum’

Williamsburg: Instead of dinner and a movie, try dinner and a meditation. Comment

‘Sound off to the Editor’ — a lively sounding board for the topics of the day

Letters: Readers offer their unique take on current affairs. Comment

In case you missed it, things to do this week!

Event: Want to know Where to GO today and during the week? Here are some can’t-miss ideas! Comment

For Carmine, it would have been good to be the king

Big Screecher: This week, the Screecher wonders what it would have been like to be royalty on the other side of the pond. Comment

Like a prayer

Like a prayer

Music: She kissed a girl — and got in trouble for it. Comments (31)

Motive to dance

Motive to dance

Music: They sound like they’re crying, but really they’re loving life. Comment

Sampling Shuggie

Music: The Paper checks in with cult-legend and guitarist. Comments (3)

Bartoonist gets wheated

Bar Scrawl: Our drinking illustrator checks out a new cocktail bar in Kensington. Comments (6)

Packing a punch

Packing a punch

Dining: A new restaurant is bringing Korea Town flavor to Bushwick. Comments (18)

Cyclones’ success — and my own — breeds confidence

Fast & Furious: The Cyclones locker room boiled over with high spirits through most of this season whenever the team won a game, so much so that it was sometimes hard to conduct interviews because of all the noise. Comments (1)

A Brooklyn woman remembers the bombing of Hiroshima

A Britisher’s View: Tuesday commemorates the 68th anniversary of the atomic bombing that altered the course of history. A Britisher’s View interviews a Flatlands woman, who survived the attack that birthed the age of nuclear terror. Comment

New ‘Park’ condos to rise in DUMBO

Bridge ‘Park’: A box of condos that will house 47 new apartments and an outpost of the Brooklyn Children’s Museum will rise on far reaches of Brooklyn Bridge Park, the city announced on Wednesday. Comments (10)
Park Slope: A beloved Park Slope watering hole is shutting its doors next month because the pub can no longer keep up with the affluent neighborhood’s skyrocketing rents, owners said. Comments (20)
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Bike tour gives cyclists epic view of borough

BoroBeat: Some 750 bike lovers skirted the edge of the borough from Greenpoint to Rockaway Beach in Queens on Saturday to promote a unified Brooklyn waterfront bike path. Comments (6)
Bay Ridge: Call it Bay Ridge’s ferry godmother. Comment

Off to kids — and out into the world?

Fearless Living: This week, Stephanie drops her two tots off at sleepaway camp, and wonders if it will be a preview of a time when they no longer live with her. Comment

Standing O stands tall for Stuyvesant grad Jahwa Hossain

Standing O: Brooklyn’s biggest booster is shouting out to Brooklyn’s best. Comment

Flophouse back in court

Flophouse back in court

Greenpoint: The Greenpoint Hotel is still a disaster, according to attorney for the residents of the single-occupancy hotel. Comment

Brownsville native Brown still underrated

Joe Knows: Brownsville native Rhamel Brown has a chance to become a household name. Comment

Wave of desecration! Vandal tags Ridge houses of worship

Bay Ridge: A blasphemer armed with red spraypaint vandalized half a dozen religious buildings in Bay Ridge overnight on July 29 — and police sources say they have brought the likely culprit in for questioning. Comments (11)
Changing Brooklyn: The eight-decade-old Italian store will give way to and outpost for the Cobble Hill grocer who’s taking on J. Crew. Comments (18)
Midwood: Homecrest residents and local leaders are crying foul over a decision by an obscure city board allowing construction to move forward on an absurd tower on E. 12th Street — a ruling many see as proof that the agency is more concerned with politics than justice. Comment

Chaucer, Joanna, and Access-A-Ride

Not for Nuthin’: This week, our columnists tries to find a new way to work. Comment

Bike Patrol survives heart attack

You have to give it to him. The guy has heart. Comment

Cyclones bats go silent in 1–0 loss

The Ride: If you don’t hit, you can’t win. Comment
Changing Brooklyn: The North Star for Brooklyn vinyl seekers is about to shift. Comments (13)

Bushwick flocks to block party

Bushwick: Hundreds of hipsters flocked to Bushwick’s Moore Street Saturday for the fourth annual Bushwick Block Party. Comments (2)

Homeless get alfresco living room

Not every living room requires a room. Comments (4)

B37 service to return to the Ridge

Bay Ridge: The B37 is back in bus-iness! Comments (2)
Sheepshead Bay: A 61-year-old woman fatally struck a man with her PT Cruiser late on Saturday night as he attempted to make his way across Nostrand Avenue in Sheepshead Bay. Comment

Gowanus Canal gets a facelift

Gowanus Canal gets a facelift

Carroll Gardens: It was like putting lipstick on a pig, but smellier. Comments (22)

Cyclones get back to .500

The Ride: The Cyclones are finally at the break-even point, but a six-game road trip will test the team’s mettle. Comment

Brooklyn-based Bonnie Rams baseball team headed to national tournament

Brooklyn’s Bonnie Rams college all-star baseball team had one goal this summer: to win the nearly seven-decade-old All-American Amateur Baseball Association tournament in Johnstown, Pa. Comment

Brooklyn native Landesberg preparing for second chance at making the NBA

Sylven Landesberg enjoys playing pro hoops in Israel, but he still hopes to reach the holy land of the NBA. Comment

Missing LICH patient found

Cobble Hill: Home safe! Comment

LICH legal battle have your head spinning? Let The Explainer explain

The Explainer: Can’t keep track of the hobbled hospital’s courtroom saga? Don’t worry. We’ve got you covered. Comments (19)

Bridge overhaul to leave Greenpointers parkless

Meadows of Shame: Construction equipment will send ballplayers packing. Comment

Fashion world returns to Prospect Park for Summer Soiree

Park Slope: Hundreds of young fashion-forward do-gooders flocked to Prospect Park’s historic boathouse Wednesday night for the annual gala benefitting Brooklyn’s backyard. Comment

Stan has the answers when he meets with ‘one of those’

It’s Only My Opinion: This week, our columnists is prepared for the type of person how speaks without knowing enough about the subject at hand. Comment

Friendly R-eminder — MTA to cut train service to Manhattan Aug. 2

Transit: Starting on Aug. 2, the Metropolitan Transit Authority will cut off R train service between Bay Ridge for more than a year to repair damages from Hurricane Sandy. Comment

Brooklyn native awarded Bronze Star at age 87

Fort Hamilton: World War Two veteran and Brooklyn native Eugene Gagliardi was awarded the Bronze Star Medal by the United States Army July 25 at Fort Hamilton for putting his life on the line during the infamous Battle of the Bulge. Comment

Plumb Beach Bike Path to remain open for rest of summer

Sheepshead Bay: Brooklyn’s bikers have swayed the world’s strongest military with a few well-penned letters. Comment

Cake pop shop comes to Park Slope

Park Slope: Move over, cronut. Comments (3)

No matter how hard it tries, Atlantic City fails to kill Carmine

Sunday Screech: This week, our hero agian avoids a horrible death while his wife works the slots. Comments (8)

Cyclones sweep Yankees

The Ride: Somehow, somewaythe Cyclones are moving up! Comment

Great pitching, clutch hitting lead Clones

The Ride: Shutout pitching and timely hitting was the key to last night’s win over the hated Staten Island Yankees, considered by many to be the Evil Empire of the the New York-Penn League. Comment

Suspect in Ridge restaurant raids under arrest

Bay Ridge: Police arrested a man they think is responsible for a recent wave of restaurant invasions after he was caught on video burglarizing a Fifth Avenue eatery. Comment
The Greatest Story Ever: Come on in! The water is … a little bit warmer than it should be! Comments (8)
Red Hook: Some fiber optic Johnny Appleseeds are sowing digital connections across the cut-off nabe. Comments (1)

’Bye George! Abe drops out of district attorney race

George’s departure leaves Kenneth Thompson as the lone rival to D.A. Charles Hynes. Comments (10)

Forgetful patient missing after he walks out of LICH

Cobble Hill: A mystery man who surfaced in Brooklyn has disappeared from the dying hospital. Comments (2)

Bill would help turn vacant lots into parks, gardens

Development: Public gardens and pop-up parks may soon dot the borough’s landscape if a plan to give vacant-lot owners a new tax break comes to fruition. Comments (7)

Cyclones rained out

The Ride: Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, and sometimes it rains. Think about that. Comment
Williamsburg: An award-winning Williamsburg restaurateur was found dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound in Pennsylvania Thursday, according to police. Comments (5)

Mini-maz leads Cyclones to victory

The Ride: Guess what? The Cyclones won yesterday afternoon. Comment

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