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Theater: It’s got horrible deaths by the score! Comments (1)

Select all: Election play tackles every topic

Theater: Talk about political theater! Comment
Health: Want to run away and join the circus? Then step right up! Comment

How Pokemon Go delivers kids to sex offenders

Rhymes with Crazy: That and other lies today in Rhymes with Crazy! Comments (3)

Reader: Thanks, Shav, for ‘dangerous’ Linda column

Thank you, Shavana Abruzzo, for your piece on Linda Sarsour (“Vote of no-confidence for ‘Cancelwoman’ Sarsour,” A Britisher’s View, July 29). Comment
Editor’s Picks: Brooklyn is beastly! This week you’ll want to count some crows, get some bark in your baseball, and exit pursued by a bear! Comment

Saying goodbye to the Ridge!

Bay Ridge Nights: Bay Ridge Nights reporter Dennis Lynch is heading into the sunset! Comment

Friends, Romans, Brooklynites! ‘Julius Caesar’ plays in the park

Theater: Beware the ides of November! Comment

Muslim v. Christian refugees — let the conversation begin

A Britisher’s View: Selective compassion? Syrian Muslim refugee are entering the U.S. by the thousands, but Christian asylum seekers are receiving the shaft, writes our columnist. Comment
Mayor DeBlasio needs to stop worrying about his image and start helping victims of Hurricane Sandy fix their homes, leaders said this week. Comment

Old folks stuck in Prospect Park Residence while owner, buyer evade settlement

Park Slope: Just the latest installment of this neverending saga Comments (3)

Ragusa on the defensive

Party Line: And Charles and Inez Barron are voting for “reparations now” in the November presidential election. Comment

Comeback Clones: Brooklyn walks off with win on Wednesday night

The Ride: The Cyclones loaded the bases in the bottom of the ninth and executed a perfect suicide squeeze to grab a third straight victory, defeating Vermont at MCU Park. Comment

Inez and Charles Barron won’t vote for Hillary

Party Line: Instead, they’re writing in “Reparations now.” That and more over at Read more…
Dining: It is time for the great jollof-off! Comments (2)

Seventh Ave. stop gets stile-ish with new gates

Park Slope: Talk about a good turn. Comments (6)

Golfing Gamby: Cyclones skipper’s love of the game helps him on the diamond

Diamond Dave’s Cyclones Report: Brooklyn manager Tom Gamboa is not only a baseball fan. Comment

Standing O is at it again!

Standing O is at it again!

Standing O: Brooklyn’s biggest booster is boosting bigger and better than ever. Comment
Digital editions: Here at the Brooklyn Paper, we have a little mantra we repeat every day, and it is this: Try to be best, ’cause you’re only a man, and a man’s gotta learn to take it. Try to believe, though the going gets rough, that you gotta hang tough to make it. History repeats itself, try and you’ll succeed. Never doubt that you’re the one, and you can have your dreams. So remember: nothing’s gonna ever keep you down if you keep hustlin’ Brooklyn. Read more…

Lion’s roar: Loughlin basketball star proves himself on city stage

Bishop Loughlin hoops standout Keith Williams did his best to showcase his on-court talent during the sixth annual Big Strick Classic in the Bronx, competing with Team New York City. Comment
Williamsburg: Kevin Martir had a reputation as a hitter during his high school days at Grand Street Campus, but now the former star is struggling at the plate — and he’s determined to change that. Comment

Southpaw set for success in Brooklyn

Coney Island: Lefty Thomas Szapucki hasn’t given up anything since he was promoted to the Cyclones last month and that’s just how he likes it — recording a 0.00 earned run average in his first two starts. Comment
Art: This “green” artist has a rainbow palette. Comment
Shopping: But locals aren’t sure it will be their bag. Comment
Brooklyn Heights: It is a house the whole neighborhood can enjoy! Comments (3)
BoroBeat: Encore! Comment
Dining: They’re making Bay Ridge great again! Comments (14)
Dance: They’ve made their bed — now you can lie in it! Comments (2)

Home sweet shutout: Clones takes down Lake Monsters in MCU return

The Ride: The Cyclones returned home after a six-game road trip in dominant fashion, cruising to a shutout victory over Vermont at MCU Park on Tuesday night. Comment

Jo squashes SyFy’s new spider flick

Not for Nuthin’: Spoiler alert! “2 Lava, 2 Lantula” didn’t have a leg to stand on — let alone eight! Comment
Fuzzy Brooklyn: Check out these soggy doggies! Comments (1)
Williamsburg: The New York Loft Hostel will become a 140-bed men’s shelter. Comments (2)
Mean Streets: It’s time to end this vicious cycle. Comments (46)

Poorly disguised thief smashes way in to Bushwick clothing store

Bushwick: It was a crime of fashion. Comment
Dyker Heights: It’s how Dyker Heights’ other half lives. Comments (19)

Brooklyn bounceback: Clones pour on offense in Gamby’s 100th win

The Ride: A day after giving up 18 runs, the Cyclones racked up a season-best 14 runs on 17 hits, defeating the ValleyCats and handing skipper Tom Gamboa his 100th win with the team. Comment
BoroBeat: They really got into gear! Comment
Park Slope: They have everything for you men to enjoy, you can hang out with all the boys... Comments (2)

South Shore star heading to Seton Hall

Canarsie: Selena Philoxy has one season of high-school hoops left, but she’s already cemented her college future, committing to Seton Hall. Comment

Ascension: Former Bishop Ford star transferring upstate to Siena

Former Bishop Ford basketball standout Aaliyah Jones started her college career at Fordham, but now she’s ready for a change of scenery. Comment
Midwood: A Midwood senior is clinging to life after a drunk driver allegedly hit him on Avenue T on Saturday. Comment
Transit: A century-old idea to extend the subway from Crown Heights to Marine Park is picking up steam. Comment

Brooklyn Paper office stars on ‘John Oliver’ show


Brooklyn Paper office stars on ‘John Oliver’ show

Downtown: It’s the part we were born to play! Comments (4)
Williamsburg: It is a hostel takeover. Comments (8)

Double-digit disaster: Brooklyn walloped by ValleyCats

The Ride: The Cyclones gave up 18 runs – a Tri-City franchise record – on Sunday as Brooklyn struggled to do anything right in the lopsided road loss. Comment

Stan’s on a roll!

It’s Only My Opinion: In which our columnist continues his critique of Hillary — and offers some advice about how to eat a hot dog. Comment

Brooklyn bullpen struggles in loss at Tri-City

The Ride: The Cyclones scored early, but couldn’t hold the lead as the ValleyCats plated four late-game runs in the series opener on Saturday night. Comment

Clones can’t rally, fall to Hudson Valley in series finale

The Ride: Brooklyn did its best to mount a late-game comeback, but came up just short, falling to the Renegades in the final game of the road series on Friday night. Comment

Today! Listen to Brooklyn Paper Radio with or without Gersh!

Podcast: It’s up to you, and we’ll check the numbers to see if we should bring him back. Comment
Mean Streets: This is some circular logic! Comments (54)
Sheepshead Bay: A jet skier cut open his leg and had to go to the hospital after an incident in a Sheepshead Bay marina on Aug. 3. Comment
Bushwick: The kids aren’t all right. Comment

Cyclones take advantage of Hudson Valley miscues to grab road win

The Ride: The Renegades racked up three errors on Thursday night and the Clones used the opportunity to put runs on the board, cruising to a second straight victory. Comment
BoroBeat: It was a special day. Comment
Art: They drew on the People’s Playground’s colorful past! Comment

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