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Gunning for office: Musical ‘Killing Republicans’ to rock Coney Island

Theater: Shooting Republicans will not solve your problems! Comments (1)
Theater: It is an all-singing, all-dancing extravaganza! Comment

Whats the matter with kids these days? School

Rhymes with Crazy: This week, Lenore says the kids have got to get outside a bit more — and study less! Comment

Sound Off to the Editor

Letters: Catch up on what your neighbors are thinking on the best soapbox in town. Comment
Dyker Heights: Meet a Brooklyn angel! Comment
Editor’s Picks: Brooklyn boasts bizarre cinema, cutting comedy, and a dramatic drink dispenser — plus plenty more! Comment
On the land, sea or air, Brooklyn native Petty Officer 3rd Class Stephen Ungro is protecting our safety. Comment

Bay Ridge has the blues

Bay Ridge Nights: The days are getting longer, but the nights are not getting any shorter — at least not in Bay Ridge! Comment
Music: The spirit of Sunny’s will live on. Comment

Migraine-t! USA should bone up on Europe’s refugee crisis

A Britisher’s View: Castaway depot! President Obama’s pledge to take in hundreds of thousands of mostly Muslim refugees by 2017 raises concerns about the rise of a Europe-style Franken-society, writes our columnist. Comment
Bay Ridge: He’s Bay Ridge’s bridge to Washington. Comment

Bob Capano eyeing Ridge Council seat

Party Line: Get the low-down on Capano, Brooklyn’s Bernie-bashing Latino leaders, and the latest on the war between Brooklyn Republicans Marty Golden and Craig Eaton in the first edition of our new political column! Comment

Standing O welcomes the new coach

Standing O: Spiking, acing and cheering on the new head coach at Pratt Comment

Sweet anniversary! Marine Park chocolate store celebrates 70 years

Dining: That’s a lotta chocolate! Comment

What a wine! The Brooklyn history of Manischewitz

Event: These grapes Concord Brooklyn! Comments (2)

The making of Eli, the sportswriter

Fearless Living: This week, Stephanie says its okay to push her son to do what she loves so much: write. Comments (1)
Digital editions: There is no need for debate — the Brooklyn Paper is the only choice to lead Kings County. We don’t know how to break up the big banks, but we do know how to get on the subway using a MetroCard and we sure as heck know the difference between Medgar Evers and Medgar Evans. So the choice is simple — get out there and vote and keep hustlin’ Brooklyn. Read more…

Justice should not be blind to our veterans

Veterans Affairs: We should go above and beyond for our veterans. Comment
Everything Syracuse did to power its historic season couldn’t be replicated against the UConn juggernaut. Comment

Tele’s Ed D’Alessio leaves on a high note

Joe Knows: Ed D’Alessio left when the time was right. Comment
Red Hook: It is lit! Comments (6)
Crown Heights: Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton addressed more than 300 boisterous Brooklynites at a “Women For Hillary Town Hall” at Medgar Evers College in Crown Heights on April 5. Comments (9)
Books: Brooklyn draws the line! Comment

Jo’s got some pointers on picking knitting needles

Not for Nuthin’: My Uncle Phil always told me to use the right tool for the job. True, sometimes his right tool was a rubber mallet, but for him it got the job done. Comment

Nas, Talib Kweli, Fabolous to headline Brooklyn Hip-Hop Fest in Dumbo

Waiting in the Wings: But who knows who else will show up unannounced? Comments (2)
Dining: It’s a slice of real Brooklyn in hipster Williamsburg. Comments (3)
Harbor Watch: Cadets, vets, and instructors from the upstate military academy showed city teens all the school has to offer. Comment

Hillary Clinton hosts Brooklyn town hall

Politics: And our reporter is on the scene! Comments (2)
Fort Greene: It is a battle for the hearts and minds of the most important voters in the country — Brooklynites. Comments (13)
Transit: Tell the city what you think at a hearing on April 22. Comment

This year’s winner at CitiField? Papa Rossa pizza!

Podcast: On our baseball preview show, the boys tasted pizza! Comments (3)

See also:

►CLIP: The Morning Papers
►CLIP: John Karangis

Smell you data! Brooklyn dating service is based entirely on body odor

Love stinks — and this dating service is out to prove it! Comments (1)

Last hurrah! Jefferson’s Curtis Smith gets one final high-school game

High School Sports: Thomas Jefferson’s Curtis Smith wasn’t even scheduled to participate in the Mayor’s Cup boys basketball competition at Baruch College until teammate Shamorie Ponds intervened. Comment
High School Sports: What a hoops season it was in Brooklyn! Comment
Sheepshead Bay: The city must replace missing street signs in a Hurricane Sandy-ravaged section of Sheepshead Bay — even though it claims it is not responsible for maintaining them — before someone dies, locals are demanding. Comment

Zap, pop! Balloons causing Southern Brooklyn blackouts, Con Ed sez

Gravesend: The utility is re-jiggering service so future outages won’t affect such large areas. Comment
Greenwood Heights: A dirtbag stole a truck then fatally ran over its owner in Greenwood Heights on Monday morning, police said. Comments (3)

Councilman: Elected, powerful community boards would be a disaster

Development: A Brooklyn activist group says it would give citizens a chance to fight unwanted development. Councilman Alan Maisel says “nothing would get done.” Comments (22)

Stan goes the extra mile — for free travel

It’s Only My Opinion: In which our well-travelled writer offers some tips on how to make the most of your credit card’s travel mile bonuses. Comment

Police: Here are some clear photos of that guy who keeps mugging old women

Park Slope: Police have released new photos and footage of the crook they say mugged a number of elderly Brooklynites in their homes over the past few months. Comments (2)
Carroll Gardens: Tangerine, she is folly they claim. Comments (8)
High School Sports: Poly Prep’s baseball team is putting the disappointment of last season as far behind it as it can. Comment
Marine Park: He spun — and won! Comment

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