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Thursday, Sept. 8, 2016

Getting baked

Sweet words: Brooklyn’s drunken bakers release cookbook

Books: How sweet it is! Comment

Bake fail: I screwed up a recipe and still ate it

Books: My recipe fail was a sweet-tooth’s dream. Comments (1)

Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2016

Birds on a wire: High-flying avian play lands at House of Yes

Dance: This flight of fancy took three years to land! Comment

Sunday, Sept. 4, 2016

Profiling moms: When is it OK to leave a kid alone?

Rhymes with Crazy: This week, Lenore plays Marco Polo with her column. Comments (6)

Saturday, Sept. 3, 2016

What to read this week

Books: Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comments (1)

Friday, Sept. 2, 2016

Five things to do in Brooklyn this week!

Editor’s Picks: This week we’ve got ball games, Shakespeare in the Park, and Brooklyn’s biggest parade! Get out there while it’s still summer! Comment

Get schooled: ‘School’s Out’ comedy show is in session

Rimshot: It’s setting a high bar for comedy! Comment

Thursday, Sept. 1, 2016

Lost in song: Opera ‘The Loser’ will play high above the stage

Music: This loser will be playing to empty seats! Comment

Our boys of summer

Cyclones avoid sweep with offensive outburst

The Ride: Brooklyn broke the game open in the fifth inning and racked up 14 hits in a lopsided win over Auburn at MCU Park on Wednesday night. Comment

Call out: Gamby just wants honesty from umps after ejection-spree in Williamsport

Diamond Dave’s Cyclones Report: Brooklyn manager Tom Gamboa saw four ejections during the Cyclones’ game at Williamsport on Aug. 27, but he’s got a solution to the drama – honesty. Comment

It’s Fall — time to make time for myself

Fearless Parenting: This week, Stephanie tries to remember to look out for No. 1. Comments (2)

The Brooklyn Paper: See you in September

Page 1: September morn, we danced until the night became a brand new day. Two lovers playing scenes from some romantic play. September morning still can make us feel that way and can keep you hustlin’, Brooklyn!

Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016

Flying off the handlebars

Hub snub! Boerum Hill residents jilted by surprise Citi Bike station

Mean Streets: Talk about coming out of the blue! Comments (49)

Citi gripes: Slopers hate Carroll Street Citi Bike rack

Mean Streets: They say the block between Fourth and Fifth avenues has gone to rack and ruin. Comments (102)

Whiskering campaign: Beard and moustache contest is combing to town

Event: Get ready for the mane event! Comments (2)

Brooklyn’s offense silenced in shutout loss

The Ride: The Cyclones connected on seven singles, but couldn’t get a run on the scoreboard as the squad was eliminated from the playoffs in Tuesday night’s shutout loss to Auburn at MCU Park. Comment

Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016

Crock the vote! B’Heights seniors: We can’t reach new polling booth across busy roads

Brooklyn Heights: The Board of Elections moved it from the now-shuttered library to a school over Adams Street and Cadman Plaza West. Comments (13)

Cyclones can’t overcome early deficit, fall to Auburn

The Ride: The Cyclones late-game rally came up just short on Monday night as the squad dropped a close tilt to Auburn, falling back below .500. Comment

Junk in their trunks: Kids race derby cars made from garbage

Park Slope: One man’s trash is another kid’s race car. Comments (1)

King of Pop’s county: Michael Jackson fans celebrate at annual block party

Bedford-Stuyvesant: Michael it’s your birthday, happy birthday Michael. Comments (2)

Halves of the battle: Borough’s two Battle of Brooklyn celebrations

Photo Galleries: There were reenactments — but we still lost. Comment

Monday, Aug. 29, 2016

Sister of cyclist killed on Classon Ave. demands bike lane

Clinton Hill: A driver fatally ran over Lauren Davis as she was cycling to work on Classon Avenue in April. Comments (70)

Cyclones take rubber match in Williamsport

The Ride: Brooklyn played for pride on Sunday night, after being eliminated from playoff contention the night before, notching a come-from-behind victory over the Crusscutters in series finale. Comments (3)

Sunday, Aug. 28, 2016

Brooklyn’s struggles continue in lopsided loss to Crusscutters

The Ride: The Cyclones committed four errors and connected on just five hits in Saturday’s loss to the Crosscutters, as the offense continued to struggle at the plate Comment

Saturday, Aug. 27, 2016

Sticking around: Cyclones win keeps slim playoff hopes alive

The Ride: Brooklyn only needed one run to grab a much-needed victory and make it back to the .500 mark, taking down the Crosscutters in the series opener on Friday night. Comment

Friday, Aug. 26, 2016

Police pull suicidal woman off 25-story Williamsburg building

Williamsburg: They grabbed her off the precipice after trying to talk her down for 45 minutes. Comments (1)

Trail trash! Red Hook street so gross no agency will touch it

Mean Streets: We’re not even sure if this belongs in our “Mean Streets” column or “Meadows of Shame” column! Comments (8)

Top of the pops! Soda Stream rewards banned pro-Israel Park Slope Co-op members

Co-op d’Etat: They’re out of the club, but they’ll never be out of club soda. Comments (17)

Cyclones drop second straight, fall below .500

The Ride: Brooklyn’s late-season slide continued on Thursday night as the squad dropped its second straight game, falling to Mahoning Valley at MCU Park. Comment

Latte love! Burgled cafe’s owner offers bandit mercy

Bay Ridge: Far from bitter, he’s serving up a double shot of forgiveness. Comments (22)

Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016

Disarmed! Besmirched developer backs out of Crown Heights armory project

Changing Brooklyn: It has laid down its armory! Comment

Get on the flavor train! Breakfast taco stand opens inside Clark Street station

Breaking Chews: Call it the Mmmm-TA! Comments (6)

Tired of it: Ridgites demand more police following rim-and-tire thefts

Bay Ridge: Is Bay Ridge backsliding to the bad old days? Comments (12)

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