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Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015

Beer blitz: Brooklyn hosts six brew fests in six weeks

Nightlife: Just change the name to Brew-klyn. Comments (1)

Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2015

Youtube dot mom: Online comedy series stars women in Lefferts Gardens

Call it a mom-com. Comment

Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2015

Rhymes with reason: Feminist rappers battle hip-hop misogny

Music: It is a girl’s world. Comments (6)

Monday, Sept. 14, 2015

Re-mixed media: DJ spins book into a live robot musical

Theater: Adaptation comes with strings attached. Comment

Sunday, Sept. 13, 2015

A substitute teacher’s guide to public schools

Rhymes with Crazy: This week, Lenore explores the good, bad, and ugly of the Department of Education. Comments (2)

Friday, Sept. 11, 2015

Five things to do in Brooklyn this week!

Editor’s Picks: Music, dance, and a collection of cult films! It’s all happening in Brooklyn! Comment

Bartoonist escapes to the forest of Bushwick

Bar Scrawl: Our drinking illustrator points out an unlikely garden in an industrial spot. Comments (1)

The om-azing race: ‘Mindful triathlon’ challenges body and spirit

Health: On your mark, get set, meditate! Comment

Art of work: Exhibit tackles income inequality

Art: This is art that gets involved. Comment

Thursday, Sept. 10, 2015

Garden of eatin’! Windsor Terrace restaurant scene blooms

Dining: This neighborhood has a lot on its plate! Comments (8)

Reporter tries new bike racks on Staten Island-bound busses

Bay Ridge: Our adventure correspondent was one of the first cyclists to try out the new “Bike and Ride” program that lets bus riders strap their bikes onto racks on the front to make the trip over the Varrazano-Narrows Bridge to the bucolic borough. Comments (6)

Off season

Here they are! Your 2015 Clonie Awards

Diamond Dave’s Cyclones Report: The votes are in and the judges have spoken: Here’s the best and the worst of the 2015 Cyclones season. Comments (1)

Top-10 quotes from Cyclones manager Tom Gamboa in 2015

Cyclones: No manager in the history of the Cyclones was more looser with the lips than second-year skipper Tom Gamboa. We celebrate his greatest hits. Comment

Book-lyn songs: Artists sing about ‘A Tree Grows in Brooklyn’

Books: These musicians are booked up! Comment

The Brooklyn Paper helps it users live a better day

Page 1: That’s right. Our users couldn’t be happier with the ease and convenience of The Brooklyn Paper. They are amazed at how The Paper lets them do so much with just their eyes. In fact, we have been flooded by e-mails, from people like Dennis, who explain how The Brooklyn Paper changed their lives. We believe the hype, and you should keep hustlin’ Brooklyn!

Take a breather! Steph learns the importance of oxygen in the lungs

Fearless Parenting: This week, our fearless parent realizes she has to breath before she can speak, or think, or do anything. Comment

First class! Brooklyn kids go back to school

Photo Galleries: Out of the home, into the homeroom! Comment

Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2015

City denies claims it will finish Pulaski bike lanes by end of year

Mean Streets: The Department of Transportation is backpedaling after Assemblyman Joe Lentol announced it will likely finish the lanes before winter. Comments (3)

Ditmas Park tenants sue landlord to fix allegedly dangerous, mouse-infested building

Landlords in the Crosshairs: The city named the E. 17th Street building one of the shoddiest apartment blocks in the city earlier this year. But the landlord claims it is all better now. Comments (7)

Doe no! Shelter that refused sex offenders says city is foiling its recruitment drive

Williamsburg: The Doe Fund claims the city has banned it from finding new recruits at a Crown Heights shelter. Comments (1)

Crikey! Brooklyn Brewery outsources lager production in Australia

Branding Brooklyn: Brooklyn Brewery is now Australian for beer. Comments (1)

Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2015

Caribbean life

Revelers shake their tail feathers at West Indian Day Parade

Prospect Heights: We know you’ve been waiting for these photos all day — and they’re finally here! Comment

Jamaican me hungry! Eaters chow down in Caribbean patty-eating contest

Dining: He was the upper crust of the competition! Comments (2)

Police arrest man for W’Terrace, Kensington mugging spree

Kensington: Police collared a man on Saturday who they say went on a stick-up spree targeting women around Windsor Terrace and Kensington. Comments (2)

Altar-ed states: Greenpoint church re-brands as co-op

Greenpoint: Talk about community spirit! Comments (3)

Eww! Guy groped, licked woman at subway stop

Crown Heights: Police are on the lookout for a guy who they say groped a woman then licked her neck at a Crown Heights subway stop on Aug. 29. Comment

Bad news: Cyclones lose again. Worse news: Yanks headed to playoffs. Best news: Gamby wants to come back

The Ride: It wasn’t the best season ever — in fact it was the worst. But at least will have Gamby to kick around next year. Comment

Monday, Sept. 7, 2015

Wall collapse kills one, injures two on Myrtle Avenue

Bedford-Stuyvesant: A wall collapse killed a 19-year-old construction worker and injured two others at a Bedford-Stuyvesant building site on Sept. 3, police said. Comments (1)

Friday, Sept. 4, 2015

Fixed gear: New bus racks let cyclists take bikes over Verrazano for first time

Bay Ridge: Soon, straphangers will be able to do what only car owners previously could — get a bicycle over the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge. Comments (7)

Police: Man beaten to death in Bushwick

Bushwick: Police are looking for the alleged assailant, and a second man they think may be able to provide information. Comment

Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015

Arrest in heating oil truck, fuel theft

Greenpoint: A Greenpoint heating oil company worker was arrested on Aug. 26 for allegedly stealing a truck loaded with fuel. Comment

Out-class! New biz hosts lessons in yards, living rooms, and rooftops

Bedford-Stuyvesant: These teachers are telling tales out of school. Comments (1)

Dominican parade lights up Graham Avenue

Williamsburg: It was a splash of culture! Comments (1)

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