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Nightlife: It is not just drinko de Mayo! Comments (1)

Kitty corner: Cat cafe opens in Brooklyn Heights

Fuzzy Brooklyn: Get ready to take some purr-sonal time. Comments (2)

There’s an app for that — and also this

Rhymes with Crazy: It’s Uber but for satarical columns. Comments (1)

Goodbye to the donkeys and elephants

Spin Cycle: Now that the 2016 campaign circus has left New York, what have we learned? Comment

What to read this week

Books: Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

Bay Ridge is bringing the space-rock

Bay Ridge Nights: And May the Fourth be with you! Comment
Editor’s Picks: Brooklyn is filled with musicals, music, dance shows, and great parties! Look inside for all the places you need to be! Comment
Theater: One man in his time plays many parts — and these six actors play nearly 70! Comments (1)

Bay Ridge is bringing the space-rock

Bay Ridge Nights: Our pals at BrooklynDaily.com know where to go this weekend! Read more…

Dachau’s D-day! A Brooklyn veteran remembers the horrors, Part 2

A Britisher’s View: American soldiers liberated Nazi Germany’s first concentration camp 71 years ago today, and Homecrest vet Seymour Kaplan was among the first to enter the infamous hell-hole and rescue Holocaust survivors. In this final installment of a two-part column, the heroic freedom fighter shares how Dachau’s D-day altered his life forever. Comment

Republican sources claim Marty Golden appointee led to Dem voter purge

Party Line: The Brooklyn Board of Elections chopped more than 120,000 Democratic voters from borough rolls last Tuesday, just in time for New York’s presidential primary, and Republican insiders claim the scandal has ties to Kings County’s reigning conservative — state Sen. Martin Golden (R–Bay Ridge). Comment

Standing O is at it again!

Standing O: Brooklyn’s biggest booster is boosting bigger and better than ever. Comment

Republican sources claim Marty Golden behind Dem voter purge

Party Line: Republican insiders claim the voter purge scandal has ties to Kings County’s reigning conservative, and BrooklynDaily.com has the scoop! Read more…
Event: Wander along the garden’s paper trail! Comments (1)
Waiting in the Wings: Believe the hype! Comments (4)
Development: Bay Ridge’s ‘Eco Dock’ couldn’t stand up to Mother Nature, and everyone’s blaming unintelligent design. Comments (10)

The Dad’s long goodbye starts today

The Dad: This week, the Dad begins to wind down his column. Comments (2)
Page 1: Forgive the flowery speech, but it is cherry blossom season here in Brooklyn, which means the sun is out, the birds are singing, and Prospect Park is filled with teenagers dressed up as Japanese cartoon characters. So stop and smell the roses — or the cherry blossom trees — this weekend and keep hustlin’ Brooklyn. Read more…

Only one Pearl: Baller Washington dead at 52

Joe Knows: Hoops legend Dwayne “Pearl” Washington played to a different beat, and New York City followed the sound — everywhere. Comment

Struggling Bonnies drop second-straight league match

High School Sports: Back to work. Comment
Sheepshead Bay: Developers are salivating over a strip of restaurants on Emmons Avenue’s waterfront, but property owners say a sale is off the table. Comment
Changing Brooklyn: Also, the Canadian Prime Minister dropped by for some reason. What a dreamboat! Comment
Marine Park: They went from garbage to garb! Comment
The Greatest Story Ever: All other museums can give up now. Comments (3)
Changing Brooklyn: The luxury Downtown building with its own subway entrance and coffee shop has a new amenity. Comments (2)
Sunset Park: MakerBot is pulling the plug on production at its Sunset Park plant less than a year after cutting the ribbon on a new factory there. Comments (10)

Jo wins the shopping lottery

Not for Nuthin’: Our columnist went into a department store “just to ook around” and emerged with a blender and blue jeans — but at least she got ‘em for a song. Comment

Rebuilding Brooklyn

Bay Ridge: Emergency responders saved a man on the Verrazano–Narrows Bridge on April 23 after he called a suicide hotline from the bridge and said he was going to jump 700 feet into the waters below to end his life. Comment
Bay Ridge: He came to Bay Ridge to say he’s turning down the tap. Comment
Greenpoint: It takes more than a new library to get in these Greenpointers’ good books. Comments (10)
Fuzzy Brooklyn: It was paws-itively purrfect! Comment

Power outage: Slumping lineup does in Xaverian

High School Sports: Xaverian’s lack of clutching hitting is becoming a concern after it led to a second-straight loss. Comment

Boys & Girls’ Gianni Ford picks St. Francis

High School Sports: Gianni Ford couldn’t wait any longer. Comment
BoroBeat: They’d like to thank the community. Comment
Bushwick: They got their advance from the big 5–0! Comments (7)

Stan offers a lesson in media skepticism

It’s Only My Opinion: Don’t believe everything you read on the web — except Stan! Comment
BoroBeat: Brooklyn’s cultural elite partied the night away at the Brooklyn Museum’s annual Artists Ball on Wednesday night. Comments (3)
BoroBeat: It’s the weirdest news to come out of Downtown … this week. Comment
Gravesend: It’s old-school meets new-school. Comment
Cleaning Our Waterways: They have to cross this bridge before they come to it. Comment
Brooklyn Is Angry: They shall not be M-oved! Comments (9)
High School Sports: Blaise Behar couldn’t understand what all the fuss was about. Comment

A dark day in Brooklyn

Fort Greene: A witness says he fell in front of her car. Comments (17)
Park Slope: A sicko tried to rape a woman at knifepoint while she was jogging through Prospect Park on Wednesday morning, according to a police report. Comments (33)
DUMBO: Talk about getting kicked to the curb! Comments (7)
Bushwick: Dozens of Brooklynites gathered at a candlelight vigil in Bushwick on Tuesday to commemorate the more than 600 people who died in a massive earthquake in Ecuador last weekend. Comment

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