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Noir band performs residency at Park Slope bar

Music: Missing this act would be a crime. Comment

Moving pictures: Dance piece explores film that sparked a revolution

Dance: Can a film change the world? Comment

New Jersey: Where it is now OK to leave your kid in the car without being charged with child abuse

Rhymes with Crazy: It pains me to say it, but New Jersey is suddenly a light unto us all. Last week, its Supreme Court ruled that it isn’t automatically child abuse to let your kid wait in the car while you pick up the dry cleaning. Comments (4)

Sound Off to the Editor

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

One week later, Carmine’s still partying!

Big Screecher: You just can’t celebrate Carmine’s 80th enough! Comment

Wasting away: City won’t fix private sewer damaged by Sandy

Sheepshead Bay: All they want is a newer sewer. Comment
Sheepshead Bay: They weren’t playing anymore. Comment

‘I Am Nancy,’ a Brooklyn man’s journey to womanhood: Part 3

A Britisher’s View: Caitlyn Jenner is paving the way for transgenders like her to be accepted into mainstream society, says Brooklyn resident Nancy Owen (not her real name), who talks with A Britisher’s View in this final installment of a three-part column on being born a woman in a man’s body. Comment

Monster mash-up: ‘Ghoul A Go-Go’ hosts screening on Coney Island

Cinema: It will be a frightfully good time! Comment

Bay Ridge’s heavy (metal) heart

Bay Ridge Nights: It is a sad week, but Bay Ridge will pull through. Comment

Bay Ridge has a heavy (metal) heart

Bay Ridge Nights: Our friends at will soothe your soul by rocking in the Ridge. Read more…

From Aquarium to Zuckerman’s: Book teaches alphabet through Brighton Beach locales

Brighton Beach: This is real Brighton Beach book learning. Comment

Lark in the park! Shakespeare troupe takes stage in Owl’s Head

Bay Ridge: All the Ridge’s a stage! Comment

Root of the problem: Dyker residents see new street trees as arboreal assault

Dyker Heights: They’re sending in the tree-inforcements. Comment

Rising fun: Local writer kicks off Japanese festival in Williamsburg

Event: It may not be as cool as Brooklyn, but Japan has its points. Comment

Ridge Revolution anniversary highlights black history

It was America’s original Rainbow Coalition. Comments (5)

Back pains, growing pains, and summer camp

Fearless Living: This week, Stephanie’s kids come home from camp — and it’s a painful experience. Literally. Comments (4)
Digital editions: Remember when you would wake up every Thursday, turn to, and find that awesome teaser that featured the cover of the print edition and a link to a PDF? Whatever happened to that. Did they stop doing it or something? Did the guy quit? Are they just being lazy? We were wondering the same thing, and hope they will consider bringing it back. Anyways, wishful thinking and keep hustlin’ Brooklyn! Read more…

Opener will give glimpse of future for Lincoln, Erasmus

Joe Knows: We will learn plenty a week from now in Coney Island. Comment
Mean Streets: Bay Ridge residents say a new bike lane on 72nd Street resulted in double-parking tickets duing street cleaning for the first time in years! Comment

Dept. of parks and obfuscation

Sunset Park: It is Brooklyn’s secret garden. Comments (4)

Infectious tunes: Rock opera explores the social life of bacteria

Weird Art: Human behavior is under the microscope. Comment

Liberation song: Daughter of Holocaust survivors performs WWII love songs

Music: She can carry a tune — from World War II to the present. Comment
BoroBeat: They’re in it for the long haul. Comment

Cyclones win! Cyclones win!

The Ride: Our boys started a road trip on the right foot! Comment

Baring boobs for a buck isn’t liberating

Not for Nuthin’: As the Mayor clamps down on toplessness in Times Square, our columnist takes a firm stance against self-objectification. Comment

Police: Help us catch subway pickpocket

Prospect Heights: Authorities are looking for a woman who they say pillaged a woman’s backback at Atlantic Terminal earlier this month. Comment

Women’s pro hockey coming to Aviator

Marine Park: The Islanders aren’t the only professional hockey team hitting the ice in Brooklyn this fall. Comment

Fresh faced Lincoln thinking three-peat

High School Sports: It’s a whole new world for the Railsplitters this year. Comment

Former Medgar Evers star Patterson prepping for big year

High School Sports: Danielle Patterson was already getting major college interest even before she suited up as a high school basketball player. Comment
Bensonhurst: Bensonhurst revelers feasted and celebrated the neighborhood’s Italian heritage at the 40th-annual 18th Avenue Feast, a cherished borough tradition that kicked off on Aug. 20 and will rage on through Aug. 30. Comment

Bao wow! Downtown eatery will serve up Shanghai soup dumplings

Dining: Always leave them wonton more! Comment

Hard times! Award-nominated Mill Basin food truck may leave ‘hood.

Mill Basin: The delectable burgers at Mill Basin’s Hard Times Sundae food truck may be hitting the road. Comment

What the kids did! Young ballers have a blast in P’Heights tourney

BoroBeat: They made free throws — and friends! Comment

Loaded Wolves aim to be grand

High School Sports: The only thing the Grand Street football team remembers about the best season in program history is the zero that ended it. Comment

Erasmus looks to gain from pain of city final loss

The pain sunk in and sunk in deep for Erasmus Hall’s returning players. Comment

Airy-ferry: Red Hookers say city’s planned ferry stop is impractical

Red Hook: They’re looking for a sea change. Comments (13)

Police, pols: More ‘snitches’ needed to stop C’Hill, F’Greene shootings

Clinton Hill: Local police claim they didn’t even realize the problem was so bad until recently because residents weren’t reporting the crimes. Comments (11)

Stan answers his own questions

It’s Only My Opinion: This week, our columnist poses some queries to himself, then fires back. Comment

Kensington teen accused of killing dad granted $1M bail

Kensington: Hassan Razzaq can now return to classes at Kingsborough Community College — as long as he wears an ankle bracelet. Comments (5)

Summer bummer: Sunset sinkhole fix could last til November

Sunset Park: Talk about a major depression. Comment

Williamsburg cop accused of raping 15-year-old dies in apparent suicide

Williamsburg: He was facing up to 15 years in prison. Comments (6)
BoroBeat: This was a very different bash at the beach. Comment

Blind man hit by G train

Kensington: He fell onto the tracks at a Kensington subway station on Wednesday afternoon. Comments (6)

Police find dead body in Prospect Park Lake

Windsor Terrace: Police found the body of a dead man in Prospect Park Lake on Wednesday evening, according to a report. Comments (2)

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