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Friday, Jan. 8, 2016

Baby, it’s warm outside: Five spots with heated patios

Dining: Chill outdoors at these hot-spots! Comment

Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2016

Drawn with a free hand: Ballpoint pen artist practiced while in prison

Art: This ex-con artist turned sketch artist! Comments (1)

Monday, Jan. 4, 2016

And so that was 2015

The big Brooklyn stories of 2015

Photo Galleries: As we step into 2016, we look back at another record-breaking year, Comments (1)

The most popular Brooklyn Paper stories of 2015

Photo Galleries: We know what you’re reading, Brooklyn. Comment

Pop culture: Hip-hop artist showcases his father’s work

Theater: It’s a new spin on old material. Comment

Sunday, Jan. 3, 2016

A Jew walks up to St. Peter…

Rhymes with Crazy: This week, our columnist worries about getting into heaven. Imagine that. Comments (9)

Friday, Jan. 1, 2016

Five things to do in Brooklyn this week!

Editor’s Picks: Start the new year by laughing it up! We have 51 comedians performing in the first week of the year, plus a musical comedy version of “The Devil Wears Prada.” And Lauryn Hill is performing! It’s going to be a great year, Brooklyn! Comments (1)

Thursday, Dec. 31, 2015

Off the Road: Songwriter launches debut album ‘Ring Road’

Music: He is not filling the world with silly love songs. Comment

Have a happy %$#^&*# New Year!

Fearless Parenting: Our ‘Fearless’ columnist braves the toughest topic of all — a new year! Comments (3)

The Brooklyn Paper is done for the year

Page 1: It has been a long 12 months, and we just can’t take it any more. As of today, The Brooklyn Paper is not printing another word for the rest of 2015. So enjoy the remainder of the year — we’ll see you in 2016. Until then, keep hustlin’ Brooklyn.

Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2015

A twee space: Play bingo with Wes Anderson movies at Videology

Event: Oh, Tenenbaum! Comments (1)

Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2015

Final City Point building will rise 57 stories

Changing Brooklyn: Plus: How many people applied for City Point’s 200 below-market housing units? So many. Comments (14)

Brooklyn’s resort town: Huge luxury hotels headed for Williamsburg in 2016

Changing Brooklyn: The 21-story William Vale Hotel on Wythe Avenue is about to start taking reservations — and a swathe of other swanky lodgings will soon follow. Comments (10)

Monday, Dec. 28, 2015

Williamsburg fire kills two

Williamsburg: A fire ripped through a Williamsburg apartment building early Monday morning, killing two residents, according to authorities. Comments (1)

Prokhorov buys Barclays and Nets — neighbors hope he plays ball

Atlantic Yards: Privyet, neighbor! Comments (20)

Flower power! Heroes save doomed blooms, turn them into bouquets for old people

Awesome: It is all in the delivery! Comments (2)

Another brick in the wall: Greenpoint school has Lego class

Class Action: Everything is awesome at PS 34. Comments (2)

Friday, Dec. 25, 2015

Merry Christmas from The Brooklyn Paper!

We are taking a break for the day, but we’ll be back on Monday.

Thursday, Dec. 24, 2015

Dead body found in water off Transmitter Park

Greenpoint: A passerby found the dead body of an elderly man half-submerged along the coast of Greenpoint near Transmitter Park on Thursday morning, police said. Comment

It’s official: Newtown Creek dirtier than Gowanus Canal!

Cleaning Our Waterways: Everything we ever belived about Brooklyn’s nautical purgatory has been turnd on his head — thanks to Christopher Swain! Comments (10)

Police: Passenger dead after drunk driver crashed into big rig

Williamsburg: Police arrested a driver who they say is responsible for killing a passenger in his car on Wednesday morning, after he crashed the vehicle into the side of a huge truck in Williamsburg — allegedly while drunk and speeding. Comments (1)

Peace offering: Ridge interfaith group hands out badges for harmony

Bay Ridge: Call it a brooch of the peace. Comment

Thursday, Jan. 1, 2015

What to read this week

Books: Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

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