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Dancing with droids: Robots perform at BAM

These robots want to boogie. Comment

A visit from the school of hard knocks

Rhymes with Crazy: This week, Lenore goes to bat for those wrongly accused of sex offenses. Comments (4)

Sound Off to the Editor

Letters: Catch up on what your neighbors are thinking on the best soapbox in town. Comment

Holy screech! Carmine’s weight gain caused by train!

Big Screecher: This week, the Screecher lays it on the line — the D Line — which science has now proved cause his weight gain! Comment

What to read this week

Books: Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment
Sheepshead Bay: The beloved diner is gone, but the residential tower cooked up to replace El Greco is getting ready to rise. Comment
Editor’s Picks: Queer punks, puppy paintings, and Irish films — Brooklyn has it all. Comment

Bay Ridge is Dublin up on St. Paddy’s

Bay Ridge Nights: Top o’ the mornin’ to ya, Bay Ridge! Comment

CAIR’s Muslim lawsuit snubs our national security

A Britisher’s View: Muslims should be the first to want to help in the war on terror, but they appear to be the last, writes our columnist. Comment
Bay Ridge: An administrator at Poly Prep Country Day School took a group of pupils on a trip to Cuba where he provided them with booze, Cuban cigars, and hookers while he scouted out a private investment opportunity — all on the Dyker Heights school’s dime — a lawsuit alleges. Comments (8)

Street co-named for slain bus driver

Mill Basin: A Mill Basin street was co-named in honor of a slain bus driver last week in a ceremony at the Flatbush Bus Depot. Comment

Swashbuckling spectacle drops anchor in Red Hook

Theater: Red Hook’s favorite pirate hackers are back! Comments (4)

Feminism, wife bonuses, and the right to choose

Fearless Living: This week, Stephanie says a story in the Times rubbed her the wrong way. Comments (3)

One if by land, two if by seawall

Manhattan Beach: The Army Corps of Engineers pitches two plans to prevent floods around Jamaica Bay — a seawall across the inlet, or a network of barriers around the coastline. Comment

Night moves at Aviator

Night moves at Aviator

Marine Park: Part 5k run, part electronic music festival, all light-and-laser fun, the Night Nation Run touched down at Aviator Spots and Events Center on Saturday and runners had a wild time. Comment

‘Fake’ lawyer needs real lawyer: Cops

Crime: A Sunset Park man faces up to 15 years in prison after an undercover investigation revealed he had allegedly posed as an attorney and charged thousands of dollars for bogus immigration services. Comment

Madison semis loss a step forward in softball title quest

Joe Knows: It was not the ending to the season James Madison wanted. Comment
A pack of two dozen pooches and a rat named Betty strutted their stuff on the Boardwalk during Deno’s Wonder Wheel’s annual Pet Day costume contest on May 31. Comment

Pastor restores theater in his Williamsburg church

Awesome: Talk about a divine intervention! Comments (3)

‘Grease’ enlightening: Comedy group tackles lack of diversity in the classic musical

Theater: They are greasing the wheels of progress! Comments (3)

Life's a beach!

Up the creek: Volunteers count sea life, clean Coney estuary

Coney Island: It was a net positive. Comment

City calls for volunteer beachcombers

The city is looking for a few good eyes — to help keep Brooklyn’s waterfront safe from trash. Comment

Joanna takes on the ‘Pink Tax’

Not for Nuthin’: Fed up with advertizers shilling overpriced products to women, our columnist offers some shopping tips. Comment

Cops looking for alleged 4 train groper

Fort Greene: Cops are on the lookout for a man they say groped a woman on a 4 train on May 28, according to a report. Comment

Late lead gets away from Madison in semifinals loss

High School Sports: James Madison never recovered from the emotional swing of the game’s biggest play. Comment

PS 204 salutes veterans

Bensonhurst: Give these kids an “A” in patriotism. Comment

Home is where the art is: Expanding MoCADA is on the move

BAM District: The new space will be more than three times larger than the previous one. Comments (6)

Space jam: Oddball performers help launch book about weird Brooklyn venues

BoroBeat: Highlights included a man blasting fire out of a saxophone, and a woman walking on the wall. Comment
BoroBeat: They were looking for brains — and a stiff drink. Comments (5)

Pedestrian struck in Gravesend

Gravesend: A Gravesend man was critically injured on May 30 when a driver struck him at Bay 54th Street and Cropsey Avenue. Comment

Artists to give haunting performances at Green-Wood Cemetery

Greenwood Heights: These performers will take their work to the grave. Comment

Crust belt! Pie-lovers face off in Fifth Ave. pizza-eating contest

Bay Ridge: The Fifth Avenue festival went off without a hitch — despite predicted thunderstorms that held off until just after the 16-block party wrapped up. Comment

Flashy Flatbush native Colbert wins pro debut at Barclays

Chris “B-Hop” Colbert was so confident he would win his first professional fight he was more concerned with just living up to his own hype — and his nickname. Comment

Cops seek suspect in Ditmas Park shooting

Ditmas Park: Cops are on the lookout for a guy they believe is connected with the fatal shooting of a Ditmas Park man outside a neighborhood bodega last week. Comments (3)

Gerristen Beach’s Hardy back in the win column with split-decision victory

That last time Heather “The Heat” Hardy competed at Barclays Center, the fight didn’t end with the usual celebration when an accidental head butt led to a no contest, so the Gerritsen Beach native was glad to get back to her usual routine a little more than a month later, lifted up around the boxing ring in jubilation. Comment

Madison title run cut short

High School Sports: James Madison saw its dream of playing for a city title at Yankee Stadium cut short on Saturday when Tottenville’s Brandon Seltzer looped a walk-off single over Madison’s drawn-in infield in the bottom of the eighth inning. Comment

Volleyball title slips away from Boys & Girls

High School Sports: The Boys & Girls players allowed overconfidence to creep in, and it cost them. Comment

BWECC-tacular! Communtiy council’s gala a smash

Gravesend: Members of the Bensonhurst West End Community Council had a blast at their annual dinner-dance at Mill Island’s El Caribe on May 27. Comment

Cops search for Q-train groper

Brighton Beach: Cops are searching for the creep who copped a feel on a 26-year-old woman at the Q train’s Brighton Beach Station on May 22. Comment

Senior volunteer saluted

Brighton Beach: A Brighton Beach senior who loves to lend a hand was honored at an event celebrating senior volunteers last week. Comment

Stan’s advice on wedding plans

It’s Only My Opinion: In which our columnist considers cost-effective wedding venues, extravagant baseball salaries, and Hillary’s favorite excuse. Comment

Two sought in Flatlands shooting

Canarsie: Police are asking for the public’s help finding two suspects they believe were involved in a shooting in Flatlands on May 27. Comment

Madison returns to semifinals with comeback win over Bronx Science

High School Sports: Samantha Mendelsohn doesn’t usually show much emotion on the diamond, but the sophomore catcher couldn’t help herself after driving in the go-ahead run in the bottom of the sixth inning on Thursday. Comment
Nightlife: Borough President Adams will chair a new alliance of restaurant and bar owners that aims to help eateries and nightlife venues obtain liquor licenses and building permits more easily and avoid spats with neighbors. Comments (27)
Bridge ‘Park’: Park honchos can move ahead with their plan to erect two more apartment towers in Brooklyn’s front yard — but the deal came with compromises. Comments (5)

Grave end in Gravesend

Crime: One man is dead and another is in critical condition after someone shot them in the deceased’s Stillwell Avenue apartment on May 26. Comment

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