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Light shift: Jazz show in lighthouse updates the standards

Music: Get two new takes on old classics! Comment
Williamsburg: Exhibit dishes up the chemicals that create flavor. Comment

Crowned Heights girl! Brooklyn skater reigns supreme as Princess Tiana

Prospect Heights: It’s a fairy tale come to life! Comments (2)

Lenore longs for the days of Wonder Bread

Rhymes with Crazy: This week, our columnist takes us back to a time when food was processed and fruit came in pies. Comments (3)

Sound Off to the Editor

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

Carmine’s mad about the Mets’ loss!

Big Screecher: Who knew the Screecher rooted for anyone but the Cyclones? Comment
Editor’s Picks: Brooklyn is artsy all over! See a Coney Island exhibition, open studios in Park Slope, and weird short films in Williamsburg. Check it out, and make this week your best week! Comment

Bay Ridge falls to the art side

Bay Ridge Nights: It is a weekend of firsts for Bay Ridge’s arts scene — and our pals at have the scoop! Read more…

Bay Ridge falls to the art side

Bay Ridge Nights: It is a weekend of firsts for Bay Ridge’s arts scene! Comment

Batty Bernie sacrifices dead Jews to mollify Muslims

A Britisher’s View: Presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders needs to stop being an Islamo-apologist, writes our columnist. Comment
They weren’t s---ing us. Photos obtained by this paper corroborate community complaints that the stalled construction site in Marine Park locals call “The Kimball Street Monstrosity” is a feces-filled refuge for vermin. Comment

Upzone shot down: Sheepshead Bay community board pans Mayor’s plan

Sheepshead Bay: They tore down the housing proposal. Comment
Brooklyn needs to get with the program! Comments (4)
Bay Ridge: There’s a bogey on the 19th hole. Comments (6)

Taking time out for me

Fearless Living: This week, Stephanie realizes that if she must paint, she must paint. Comment
Digital editions: What’s making that faint buzzing sound in your ear and darting around in the corner of your eye as your go about your business in the borough? Why it’s The Brooklyn Paper, keeping its compound eyes on the goings-on of Kings County. Don’t try to swat it away — you cannot — just leave it to feast on civic life and spread community news while you keep hustlin’ Brooklyn. Read more…

PSAL football seeding still up for grabs

Joe Knows: This week will shape the Public School Athletic League City conference playoff picture. Comment

Feeling Grand: Diaby’s late goal sends Wolves to first A final

High School Sports: His patience paid off. Comment
Bay Ridge: Talk a bout a relief pitcher! Comment
Politics: The Coney candidate surfed to victory. Comments (3)

To cash a thief: Diamond-heist play has roles for high-rollers

Theater: It’s pay to play! Comment

Police: MTA bus driver fatally hit 70-year-old woman in Bed-Stuy then drove off

Bedford-Stuyvesant: Police arrested a bus driver who they say hit and killed an elderly woman in Bedford-Stuyvesant early on Tuesday morning before fleeing the scene. Comments (2)

Variety score: Thieves pinch condoms, eyeglasses, cigars, and more in $25K Bushwick robbery spree

Bushwick: A thieving twosome with eclectic tastes went on a robbery spree in Bushwick last month, looting more than $25,683 worth of cash and goods from neighborhood stores, according to a police report. Comment

Pioneers! O pioneers! Merchant group honors Third Avenue’s settlers

Bay Ridge: They came, they opened up shop, and they conquered. Comment

Black and white issues have Jo seeing red

Not for Nuthin’: Racism is being blamed again. This time Spirit Airlines is the culprit. Comment

Big help: Diminutive forward’s goal earns Eagles crown

High School Sports: The smallest player on the field delivered big. Comment
Bay Ridge: They want to slather the whole borough. Comment
Greenpoint: They took the fun out of this Superfund site. Comments (9)
Brooklyn Heights: He is carrying the weight of a 36-story tower on his shoulders. Comments (16)

Bearing flute: Jethro Tull tells an agricultural story

Music: Jethro Tull takes on Jethro Tull! Comment
BoroBeat: Parents say the Slope not only has a great parade — it also has a best candy. Comment

Just desserts: Dyker civic dinner honors do-gooders

Bay Ridge: They got a dinner service for their community service. Comment
Downtown: It’s the breakfast of champions! Comment
High School Sports: It was a last-minute game-changer. Comment

Grand Street upsets Lewis to head to first A Division soccer semifinal

High School Sports: Grand Street’s Cinderella run continues. Comment

Balanced LIU wants to return to elite status

Iverson Fleming didn’t wait for someone else to set the pace for a Long Island University senior-less men’s basketball team — he’s doing it himself. Comment

Terriers, Blackbirds embrace fresh starts

Two ladies’ college hoops squads are embracing change — St. Francis College women’s basketball team is starting over after a season for the history books last year, and Long Island University is hoping not to repeat past mistakes. Comment

Grand Street catcher Chavez picks Michigan

High School Sports: It’s a view he could get used to. Grand Street senior catcher Marcus Chavez liked what he saw standing behind home plate at the Michigan Wolverines’ Ray Fisher Stadium during his official visit. Comment
Williamsburg–Greenpoint Waterfront: The officials say they will never support rezoning the land for apartments or offices if someone else buys it, anyway. Comments (9)

Stan’s no ‘pigeon’

It’s Only My Opinion: In which our canny columnist chronicles the con-artists he’s foiled. Comment

Milk of human kindness: Breast milk donation center opens in Madison

Midwood: They’ve latched on to a great idea. Comment
Brooklyn Heights: The city plans to move it to the Brooklyn Heights Promenade, according to the new tenants of 76 Montage St. Comment

Pols: Map of storm resiliency projects to increase accountability

Photo Galleries: City officials want Brooklynites to help crack the whip on storm-protection projects. Comment
BoroBeat: They were making waves — out of papier mache. Comment

Gristedes launches its annual turkey drive

Help make the holidays brighter for a family in need! Comment
Meet Coney Island’s newest soccer stars! Two 500-pound sea lions dispelled the myth that soccer is only a game for landlubbers when they showed soccer players from the New York Cosmos a few tricks they learned at the New York Aquarium in Coney Island on Oct. 30. Comments (1)

It’s over! Cyclones lose World Series!

The Ride: They gave it their best, but ultimately the Kansas City Royals were too much for our beloved Boys of Summer. Comment

Cyclones drop Game Three, wasting two Conforto homers

The Ride: Daniel Murphy’s costly error in the eighth led to two runs, negating Mike Conforto’s two dingers as the Cyclones fell to the Royals. Comment

Wright gets Cyclones off schneid in World Series

The Ride: The greatest third baseman in Cyclones’ history has his greatest World Series game last nigt at MCU Park North. Comment

Introducing Love and Life: A new Brooklyn Paper column

Health: This week, we launch our new Saturday column “Love and Life” — about the relationships we have between family and friends. Enjoy! Comments (6)
Fuzzy Brooklyn: Calling all underdogs! Comments (1)
Sheepshead Bay: Brooklynites mourned Officer Randolph Holder, who was gunned down in the line duty last week, during a vigil outside of the 61st Precinct station house in Sheepshead Bay on Oct. 26. The sad news of the officer’s death brought many to tears, according to locals. Comment

Bushwick woman scores guaranteed interpreters for deaf homeless people

Bushwick: She took the city to court after it shuffled her from shelter to shelter with no way of communicating with staff. Comments (5)
Changing Brooklyn: Call it Brooklyn’s Great Green North! Comments (1)
Changing Brooklyn: A developer will build more than 150 below-market-rate apartments on top of the Flatbush Caton Market, and make-over the shopping center. Comment

The Dude can’t do it himself: Brooklyn’s boys fall in Game 2 of World Series as bats go limp

The Ride: Lucas Duda got the only base knocks for our beloved Boys of Summer, who fell to the Royals 7–1 (or won 1–0, depending on how you look at it). Comment

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