Music: Nada Surf is still ‘Popular’ — in Europe, at least. Comment
Dance: She’s not pulling her punches! Comments (3)

Primary functions

Your 2016 state primary guide

Politics: Don’t forget to vote on Tuesday. Comment

Your 2016 state primary guide

Politics: Time to hit the polling booth again! Comments (3)

Welcome to Booklyn!

Read all about it!: The best Brooklyn Book Festival events

Books: Children’s book author and master of the creep R.L. Stine will read from his latest tale, “Young Scrooge: A Very Scary Christmas Story” at this outdoor event. Stine will field enquiries about his hair-raising tales after the reading. Comments (1)

These are the pest days of our lives

Rhymes with Crazy: No, that is not a typo. Comments (1)

Lethal land! Trump Center’s toxic waste

Letters: It is unfortunate that the developer wants to disregard scientific papers that expressly say that opening up the toxic waste that is under Trump Shopping Center is more hazardous to the residents in the area than leaving it alone and capping it (“State: We can’t put a lid on toxic ‘Trump’ land” by Julianne Cuba, online Aug. 19). Comment
Editor’s Picks: This week we’ve got a Taylor Swift/Ryan Adams mashup band, an artist takeover of the Brooklyn Museum, and a bunch of hustlers! Brooklyn is the place to be! Comment

Bay Ridge has got its groove

Bay Ridge Nights: Bay Ridge is bustling with live music this weekend! Old-school rock, a classic crooner, and a benefit concert chock-full of local groups will have you buying a new pair of dancing shoes come Monday. Comment

Block party: Girl rules at diverse comedy fest

Event: This fest is sending a concrete message. Comments (3)

Where to boogie in Bay Ridge this weekend

Bay Ridge Nights: As always our pals at have the scoop on the Ridge’s hottest shows. Read more…

Say can’t you see? Col fumbles the anthem

A Britisher’s View: Muffed punt! Anthem-knocker Colin Kaepernick needs to look to the Oval Office to see how far a hardworking black person can succeed in America, writes our columnist. Comment

Standing O is at it again!

Standing O: Brooklyn’s biggest booster is boosting bigger and better than ever. Comment
Photo Galleries: It was a furry face-off! Comments (2)
Digital editions: Class is back in session and the Brooklyn Paper is hitting the books so we can get a good job when we grow up and graduate. Maybe we’ll become accountants. So study hard and keep hustlin’, Brooklyn! Read more…

Grand Street football wants principal fired after he suspended head coach

High School Sports: These wolves are out for blood. Comment

Starting over: Young Xaverian rebuilding after clinching title last fall

High School Sports: The Xavieran football team is facing a youth movement on the gridiron this season. Comment
Canarsie: A Canarsie man pled guilty on Aug. 31 to sneaking more than 100 guns — including 20 assault weapons — into Brooklyn from Georgia and Pennsylvania and selling them to undercover cops. Comment
Sunset Park: They’re calling it a bad Samaritan. Comments (5)

Jo bids farewell to ‘Rizzoli & Isles’

Not for Nuthin’: Our columnist is on the hunt for a new police drama to get into. Comment

Passion project: Lincoln football looks to title after disappointing ‘15 season

High School Sports: Last year, their game lacked emotional content. This year, that’s changed. Comment
High School Sports: The team has an unbreakable bond on and off the field — one it hopes will lead to a city championship. Comment
Marine Park: Cops are searching for a shooter who killed 24-year-old Kendell Walcott outside an E. 56th Street home just after noon on Sept. 1. Comment

And so that was Labor Day

Crown Heights: Costumes and cute kids ahead. Comments (1)

Two fatally shot during J’ouvert celebrations

Crown Heights: Mayor DeBlasio had promised this year’s event would be “safer than ever.” Comments (11)
BoroBeat: These clothes were gone in 60 seconds! Comment

Seddio bullying political enemies, opponents charge

Party Line: Brooklyn Democratic party boss Frank Seddio and his allies are bullying opponents into dropping their primary bids against them, the challengers are charging, and has the scoop! Read more…

Seddio bullying political enemies, opponents charge

Party Line: Brooklyn Democratic Party boss Frank Seddio and his allies are bullying opponents into dropping their primary bids against them, the challengers are charging. Comment

Gamboa ejected as Cyclones end season on low note

The Ride: The Cyclones posted the team’s second straight losing season on Monday night, while manager Tom Gamboa wrapped up his career in Brooklyn with a fourth-inning ejection. Comment

Stan responds to a reader, pt. II

It’s Only My Opinion: This time, it’s personal. Comment

Fall guy: Injured cyclist fell into police car, officials say

Bensonhurst: A 14-year-old cyclist is in the hospital after he “fell” into a police car on 18th Avenue in Bensonhurst on Wednesday, officials aid. Comment

Hammered! Jerk smacks guy with bag of beer bottles

Kings Highway: Police are looking for the loutish lush who hit a 58-year-old in the face with a bag of beer bottles in Midwood on Aug. 7. Comment

Exclusive development news!

Sources: Developer planning massive mystery tower in Boerum Hill

Changing Brooklyn: The developer behind some of Brooklyn’s most expensive condo buildings is moving into Boerum Hill. Comment
Class Action: And as luck would have it, there is a developer reportedly looking to buy! Comments (10)

Brooklyn battles, but can’t grab win in Aberdeen

The Ride: Brooklyn erased a three-run deficit, but couldn’t complete the comeback on Thursday night, falling to the IronBirds on the road in the series opener. Comment
Williamsburg: As the team gears up to defend the title he led it to. Comment
Books: It’s a new chapter for this library. Comment

Officer admits weak Williamsburg police investigation into black gay man’s assault

Williamsburg: The Hate Crimes Task Force detective who took over the case six days after the assault linked to members of Williamsburg’s Shomrim security patrol said he received a single report from the local precinct when he began his investigation. Our pals at Gay City News have the scoop. Read more…
Brooklyn Heights: They rocked the voting booth! Comments (3)
Bay Ridge: The Prince’s fate is in the hands of the court. Comment
Williamsburg: Grand Street Campus benched a controversial, record-setting football coach on Wednesday, and has the scoop. Read more…
Breaking Chews: It is the new toast of Dumbo. Comments (2)

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