Nightlife: It will be a blast! Comments (4)

Your congressional election primary guide

Politics: Never heard of half these people? We’ve got you covered. Comments (2)
Theater: This show will teach you a lesson! Comments (1)

Who’s to blame? Gorillas, gators, or us?

Rhymes with Crazy: This week, Lenore points the finger! Comments (3)

Jeerleader! Cyclones’ gals too sexy for family fun

On Father’s Day I saw the Brooklyn Cyclones with my kids as a school event. The air was cool and briny, the Cyclones won, and who does not love a ride on the Thunderbolt afterwards. So, go Cyclones! Comment

Thoughts of dad, and all he did

Spin Cycle: Tom cheers his father, a holocaust survivor who lost most of his family during World War II. Comment

Bay Ridge starts Friday night right!

Bay Ridge Nights: Friday night’s all right for parties! Comment

‘American Idol’ winner to wow the troops on July 1

Harbor Watch: Grammy Award-winning singer Fantasia will headline a July 1 Salute to the Troops concert at Fort Hamilton Army Base. Comment

Crunch time! The Islamo-adulteration of the West

A Britisher’s View: We need a frank, national chat about a community that’s front and center of global terrorism, writes our columnist. Comment

Kagan drops assembly challenge against Cymbrowitz

Party Line: And Coney Island pols are putting up their own guy in to solidify power in Southern Brooklyn, their Bay Ridge rivals say. Comment

Standing O is at it again!

Standing O: Brooklyn’s biggest booster is boosting bigger and better than ever. Comment
Meadows of Shame: Windsor Terrace activist Rev. Billy Talen is preaching a new gospel. Comments (3)

Breaking bread: Muslims, Jews come together for Ramadan feast

BoroBeat: They all came to the table! Comment

Velazquez demands election monitors for primary after Latino voter purge

Party Line:’s political muckraker has all the gossip. Read more…
Books: In his stories, it’s a dog’s life. Comment

Brooklyn finding its footing after first win of the season

Diamond Dave’s Cyclones Report: The Cyclones season got off to a slow start, but the squad is hoping the first win of the year will help jumpstart the offense. Comment

Thoughts of dad, and all he did

Spin Cycle: Tom cheers his father, a holocaust survivor who lost most of his family during World War II. Comment
Digital editions: How often has this happened to you: You’re feeding your cat ice cream on a sunny day, when all of a sudden, your kitty experiences the phenomenon humans call “brain freeze” and freaks out? Well now you can knock Fluffy’s gray matter back into action with the latest edition of the Brooklyn Paper, which is so stimulating it’ll thaw even the chilliest cat cerebrum. So keep feeding your pets Breyers and keep hustlin’ Brooklyn.’ Read more…
Marine Park: They need to bring in the big guns. Comment

Residents: We will never accept Clinton Ave. bike lane

Mean Streets: Just give up, residents told Department of Transportation officials on Tuesday night. Comments (64)

Cyclones break out the bats

The Ride: After struggling at the plate to open the season, Brooklyn’s bats finally started swinging, racking up hits and taking down the Tri-City ValleyCats at MCU Park. Comment

Jo demands Obama apologize to America for Orlando massacre

Not for Nuthin’: Last week I was angry, this week I’ve graduated to flat-out disgusted and ashamed by an administration — no, a president — who consistently betrays the American people who voted him in not once, but twice. Comment

Dr. Feelgood! NY Methodist welcomes new cancer specialist

Health: The squadron of cancer specialists at the Park Slope hospital just increased by one! Comment

Free spirits: Hundreds celebrate Juneteenth in Fort Greene

BoroBeat: Brooklynites gathered in Fort Greene’s Cuyler-Gore Park to celebrate the end of slavery. Comment

Clones’ infielder looking to spark squad

Coney Island: Brooklyn’s Nick Sergakis is willing to do whatever it takes to help his team at the plate — even if it means getting beaned. Comment

Loughlin hoops comes up short at Rucker

High School Sports: The Bishop Loughlin boys basketball team couldn’t hold on to a late-game lead, falling to St. Raymond’s in a summer league matchup on June 20. Comment

Cyclones can’t rally in 17-inning loss

The Ride: Brooklyn went to extras again and, once again, came up short at the plate in Monday’s loss to the Tri-City ValleyCats. Comments (2)
Williamsburg: Now someone has created a website to keep track. Comment

Police: Man slashed woman’s neck during attempted rape

Bushwick: Police are looking for a predator who they say slashed a woman’s neck as he attempted to rape her in Bushwick on Sunday. Comment

Made with love: Bake sale raises money for sick local kid

BoroBeat: What a sweet story! Comment

Con-grad-ulations! Youngsters graduate from Helen Keller Services for the Blind

Class Action: May it be the first of many to come! Comment
Ditmas Park: The winner said he was “not really excited,” but that the show was “good” nonetheless. Comments (1)

Let’s heal it for the boys! Men get free health advice at Boro Hall

BoroBeat: It was just what the doctor ordered! Comments (4)
Fort Greene: The developer of the hotly anticipated Wegmans in the Brooklyn Navy Yard filed plans for the building with the city last week in anticipation of the chain’s opening, but fans of cult supermarket will still have to wait until 2018 before it opens its doors, according to a spokesman for the Fort Greene industrial park. Comments (5)
Two Brooklynites are ready to prove they’re the biggest Mets fans around as they face off against the team’s television and radio broadcasters on trivia show “Beat the Booth.” Comment
High School Sports: Brooklyn’s best high school athletes were honored on June 17 at the Public Schools Athletic League’s annual Wingate Awards. Comment
Marine Park: Well doesn’t that bleat all! Comment
Changing Brooklyn: From the people who bought you the Pier 6 towers and the 10 John St. redevelopment, comes the blockbuster sequel of 2017... Comments (1)

Mermaid Madness

Awesome: Well what else did you expect to happen? Comments (1)
I got a ticket for sipping a beer on the Boardwalk, and longtime revelers said it was the only thing they hadn’t seen at the boozy march. Comments (7)
Meadows of Shame: Prospect Park has shown the borough how to deal with weeds in precarious positions, so why is the city ignoring the obvious solution in Marine Park? investigates. Read more…

Stan stands up for public free speech

It’s Only My Opinion: Unless it’s flag-burning — then our columnist cannot abide. Comment

Cyclones go hitless in extra innings loss

The Ride: Brooklyn took the game to extras for the second straight night, but the squad struggled at the plate again, going hitless against the Staten Island Yankees. Comment

Cyclones grab first win of the season

The Ride: After a less-than-impressive showing in the first two games of the year, Brooklyn finally broke into the win column with a victory over Tri-City. Comment
Williamsburg: It’s the weirdest news to come out of Downtown… this week. Comment

Cyclones drop opener in 20-inning marathon

The Ride: Brooklyn’s offense showed shades of last year as the Cyclones failed to come up with that big hit in a 20-inning loss on opening night. Comment

What’s the greatest song Counting Crows has ever written?

Podcast: Here’s a hint: It’s not “Mr Jones.” Not according to lead singer Adam Durwitz, anyway. Comments (2)
Bergen Beach: They’re cooking up a good deed. Comment
Bay Ridge: It’s about to get a lot easier coming home to Bay Ridge late at night. Comments (5)
Williamsburg: They’ll have to fight for their right to party. Comments (7)

Beam them up! Kensington middle-schoolers tour solar-powered plane

BoroBeat: They really warmed up to this field trip. Comment

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