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Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Your guide to Brooklyn’s essential outdoor summer concerts

Awesome: Where to rock out of doors this season! Comments (2)

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Brothers bloom: Folk band goes from subway to park

Music: They’re moving on up! Comments (3)

Monday, June 6, 2016

Carnal games: Porn parody show hosts carney activities

Nightlife: It’s a pornocopia of fun! Comment

Sunday, June 5, 2016

Suit yourself: A to-do list for the coming summer

Rhymes with Crazy: This week, Lenore shops of a new bathing suit. Or does she? Comments (4)

Friday, June 3, 2016

Five things to do in Brooklyn this week!

Editor’s Picks: Brooklyn is star struck this week, with music star Sharon Jones on stage, star-gazing in Brooklyn Bridge Park, and porn star Ron Jeremy in Bushwick. Brooklyn is the place to be! Comments (1)

Green screen: Film fest launches in Sunset Park

Cinema: You won’t be ignored, Brooklyn! Comment

Thursday, June 2, 2016

The day a deer told Steph what to do

Fearless Parenting: Yup. That happened. Comments (1)

Down for the count: Opera stars a no-account nobleman

Music: This guy has some bad habits. Comments (1)

Rockin’ rollers: Skate party showdown in Prospect Park

Nightlife: Two challengers have entered the rink! Comments (4)

The Brooklyn Paper: You’re it!

Page 1: We don’t want to hear your complaining — we tagged you fair and square and now you’re it. What? You don’t like it? Really? Okay, now you have cooties, and no shot or force field or anything is going to make you better or protect you from it. Wait a second? Ar you crying? Well none of this would have happened if you would have just kept hustlin’ Brooklyn.

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Man on a mission: ‘Americans’ studio owner fights city land grab

Gowanus: The Gowanus studio where cable network FX films its sexy Cold War spy drama “The Americans” is on a not-so-secret mission to stop the city seizing its land as part of the federal Canal cleanup. Comments (10)

Prospect Park Residence will pay $3.35M settlement to seniors it tried to evict

Park Slope: The two-year saga is finally coming to an end. Comments (12)

Dog days of summer

On a roll: Nathan’s pumps out thousands of franks for anniversary fete

Dining: These dogs had their day! Comments (1)

Dog fight! Nathan’s and Feltman’s battle for hot dog supremacy

Dining: It was a wiener-waving contest! Comments (1)

Where to see Shakespeare in the parks of Brooklyn

Theater: The parks are alive with the sound of Shakespeare! Comments (2)

Brooklynites honor vets, memories at Memorial Day events

Downtown: Brooklynites commemorated the Americans who died serving their country, and honored those who have returned. Comment

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Williamsburg bar drama

Buns fight! Panel rejects liquor license from butt-sink bar owner

Williamsburg: And it isn’t the first time. Comments (11)

Williamsburg bar hosts, cancels skinhead ‘hate music’ fest

Brooklyn Is Angry: Locals and anti-racism groups accused Black Bear Bar of welcoming “hate music” bands and a crowd that performed Nazi salutes. Comments (51)

City shuts controversial Williamsburg club Brooklyn Mirage

Williamsburg: The Fire Department closed an event on Thursday night, and now the city has pulled its permits. Comments (52)

Police: Sickos tried to rape woman in Ditmas Park

Ditmas Park: Two guys tried to rape a woman in Ditmas Park on May 25, repeatedly punching her in the face while she tried to fight them off. Comments (2)

Friday, May 27, 2016

Brooklyn is HOT!

Photo Galleries: ... and we aren’t just talking about the weather! Comments (15)

Developer reopens DeKalb subway entrance — in its shopping center

Downtown plan: Step right up, step right up, right this way! Comments (7)

Out with the old: Council rejects Red Hook nursing home

Rezoning: The plan is sunk, but the old folks are safe and dry. Comments (1)

Sunset Park’s wifi stolen! Locals: ‘Wait, the park had wifi?’

Sunset Park: If a network falls in the woods and nobody is on it, does anyone make a sound? No! Comment

Downtown pol supports plan for safer Jay Street — and ‘Murder at the Food Coop’!

Podcast: Councilman Steve Levin told Gersh and Vince on Brooklyn Paper Radio that Jay Street is in dire need of an overhaul that will make it more bikable for Brooklynites. And he also said he looks forward to Gersh’s new play, “Murder at the Food Coop.” Comments (8)

Thursday, May 26, 2016

Breaking the mold! Farm grows exotic mushrooms in Bed-Stuy factory

Bedford-Stuyvesant: Their business is ’shrooming! Comments (2)

Opportunity knocks! Jehovah’s Witnesses selling old Brooklyn Heights hotel

Brooklyn Heights: They’re finally checking out! Comment

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