Music: This show is all washed up! Comments (1)

Birth control of a nation

Rhymes with Crazy: This week, Lenore explores the gestation of the fight to get people in the United States talking about contraception. Comments (15)

Sound Off to the Editor

Letters: Catch up on what your neighbors are thinking on the best soapbox in town. Comment
TV: Once upon a time, a princess grew up in Brooklyn. Comment
Editor’s Picks: Experimental music, museum shows, and 18th-century booze! It’s all happening in Brooklyn! Comment

Bay Ridge is going green!

Bay Ridge Nights: Saint Patrick’s Day is right around the corner! Comment
Art: See the art of a Latin lover! Comment

Ink fascists rip Trump over KKK non-remarks, but bypass Obama’s black supremacist ties

A Britisher’s View: Media caesers invented a KKK flap for Donald Trump, but continue to ignore President Obama’s fondness for black supremacists, writes our columnist. Comment
Bay Ridge: They’re rolling out. Comments (18)
BoroBeat: Call it the Thrill-a in the Mill-a! Comment

Standing O says, ‘Keep on dancing!’

Standing O: Sending Italian-themed toasts Sandy’s way. Comment

Easy being green

Event: St. Paddy’s Day partiers are not seeing double — there are two parades on the same day! Comment

Shamrockin’ out: The best St. Patrick’s events in Brooklyn

Nightlife: Avoid the Erin go blahs! Comment

High anxiety! Why do we stress so much?

Fearless Living: This week, Stephanie figures it is time to make sure are kids don’t put too much on themselves, so they can succeed without going crazy. Comment
Digital editions: Some times it seams like thier aren’t enough ours in the day, and your never going to be able to get done all the things you need to get done. But that doesn’t mean you cut corners just to keep you’re sanity. So, even when key players at The Brooklyn Paper go on vacation — like one of our editors did this week — you can be assured that you’ll recieve the same quality journalism that you’ve come to expect weak after weak. Because your not the only one who is going to keep hustlin’, Brooklyn. Read more…

Lincoln could throw quite the Garden party

High School Sports: Saturday was a banner day for Abraham Lincoln — and this Saturday could be even sweeter. Comment

Canarsie-native Alkins picks Arizona over St. John’s

High School Sports: Rawle Alkins will not be returning home to play college basketball. Comment

South Shore returning to Madison Square Garden

High School Sports: South Shore sped out to an early lead and never slowed down in its best performance of the season — one that will bring it back to Madison Square Garden. Comment

Police officer shot in Bushwick

Bushwick: A police officer may have shot a fellow cop during a drug bust gone wrong in Bushwick on March 8. Comments (3)
Sheepshead Bay: We’ve mapped the neighborhood’s new high-rise developments and asked some experts where the boom will end. Comment
BoroBeat: These awardees were really shepping nachas. Comment
They couldn’t hold their horses any longer. Comment

Get hot with Bernie! Chile sauce made in Red Hook lets you feel the Bern

Greenpoint: Let this sauce be your last Tango in Brooklyn! Comments (5)
The Ride: They’re just hoping for a fuller house. Comment

Unwritten laws: New book illustrates rules of the Torah

Books: It is a Torah of many colors. Comments (2)

Jo wants Bloomberg to be the first Jewish president

Not for Nuthin’: Our columnist wants the paternalistic three-term mayor to put the U.S. government on a diet. Comment

Power lift! Iron maidens raise money for college

They’re all muscle and heart! Comment

MTA: Expect Marine Parkway Bridge delays tomorrow morning

Transit: The Marine Parkway-Gil Hodges Memorial Bridge will intermittently close early tomorrow morning, and pre-dawn drivers leaving Queens may want to find another way back to Brooklyn, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced. Comment

There are drugs and homeless, but at least it’s cheap!

Changing Brooklyn: Some lucky Greenpoint residents who scored “affordable” apartments in a new luxury building are putting up with local riffraff and sticking with their priceless digs. Comments (21)

Brooklyn on the stump

Politics: Feeling stressed about a Trump candidacy? This rub down will ease your pain — and help get Bernie Sanders elected! Comments (6)
BoroBeat: They want litter to take a long walk off a short pier. Comment
Cleaning Our Waterways: Talk about suffering for your art. Comments (3)
Art: They’re the “Wonder Women” of Brooklyn’s art scene. Comments (1)

Trio of stars align for Jefferson semifinals win

High School Sports: Thomas Jefferson guard Shamorie Ponds had the first of what he hopes will be many memorable games at his future home arena. Comment

Brown’s big night powers Lincoln back to Garden

High School Sports: Klay Brown didn’t start Abraham Lincoln’s semifinal game against George Westinghouse, but he sure did finish it. Comment

Wisseh, Xaverian upset Hayes in overtime

High School Sports: Nyonty Wisseh took control when his team needed it most. Comment
Bay Ridge: Call it a passing-out lane. Comment
Awesome: Who are the champions? They are the champions, my friend. Comment
Marine Park: Marine Park’s oldest house needs crutches! Comment

Stop and stair! Luxury development builds its own subway entrance

Downtown plan: They really know how to make an entrance! Comments (12)
BoroBeat: They’re like tiny Einsteins! Comment
Transit: Talk about service delays. Comment
Bensonhurst: A hit-and-run driver critically injured a 70-year-old Bensonhurst man riding a motorized scooter at 85th Street and 25th Avenue around 3 pm on March 2. Comment

Bro away! New comedy fest charging straight, white guys more to apply

Williamsburg: Stand-ups and sketch troupes who are women, people of color, disabled, transgender, or queer pay $19.25. Otherwise it is $25. Comments (13)

Police: Dirtbag mugged 91-year-old woman in Park Slope

Park Slope: He put her in a chokehold and pulled a gun on her, police say. Comments (5)
Transit: But our pals at won’t take no for an answer! Click through for their scoop. Read more…
Mean Streets: Police are still looking for the creep who did it. Our pals at have the story. Read more…
BoroBeat: This school is growing lettuce — and eco-warriors! Comments (2)

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