Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016

Support is right here in our backyard

Breast Cancer Awareness: Workshops, wig programs, and support groups in Brooklyn. Comments (1)

Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016

Book for hubby tells how to ‘Stand by Her’

Breast Cancer Awareness: Bedford-Stuyvesant author John W. Anderson offers advice for husbands, fathers, sons, brothers, and friends accompanying a breast cancer sufferer on her journey. Comment

Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016

Father ‘hoods: ‘Dad Day’ series explores Brooklyn nabes

Cinema: It’s a look back in humor. Comment
Breast Cancer Awareness: Breast Cancer Awareness Month is an opportune time to start planning and training for next summer’s seven-day bike trek from Manhattan to Niagra Falls. Comment

Monday, Oct. 17, 2016

Grim fairy tales: Baroque band plays creepy kids’ stories

Music: Call them scary tales! Comment

Sunday, Oct. 16, 2016

Creepy clowns the latest unnecessary fear

Rhymes with Crazy: What’s next? Killer muppets? Comments (8)

Just peaky!

Breast Cancer Awareness: Bellevue is America’s oldest, continuously operating hospital, and a leader in breast health. Comment

NYC Health + Hospitals / Woodhull in North Brooklyn

Breast Cancer Awareness: Woodhull Medical Center is using the latest treatments to help breast cancer patients. Comment

Saturday, Oct. 15, 2016

What to read this week

Books: Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

Survivor’s tale of hope and courage

Breast Cancer Awareness: At 10 years cancer-free, this woman uses her experience to help others. Comments (2)

Friday, Oct. 14, 2016

Editor’s Picks: It’s a week of fine art, crazy science, and award-winning dance! Brooklyn is the place to be! Comments (1)

The camera of Cthulhu: Dark secrets of adapting Lovecraft revealed!

Cinema: He knows the craft of Lovecraft films. Comment

Think pink

Why we’re pink

Breast Cancer Awareness: Community News Group’s third annual pink edition is dedicated to the need for early intervention in the fight against breast cancer. Comments (1)

Making ‘Strides’ against breast cancer

Breast Cancer Awareness: The annual walk across the city on Oct. 16 funds breast cancer research, patient-caregiver services, and supports the law movement working to give women the care they need. Comment
Page 1: The Beatrice W. Welters Breast Health Outreach and Navigation Program will send workers into local churches, beauty parlors, gyms, and schools to speak to women about health care and hook them up with free mammograms. Comment

Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016

Meet DA Thompson’s rumored successors

Party Line: Three women are vying to be the next Kings County District Attorney following Ken Thompson’s sudden cancer death. Read more…

Trump didn’t learn what I taught my kids in the sandbox

Fearless Parenting: This week, Stephanie can’t take it anymore. Comments (6)

Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2016

Sold folks home: Prospect Park Residence finally sells for $84M

Park Slope: It is “out with the old” in more ways than one. Comments (1)
Prospect Heights: It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s super-mensch! Comments (5)

Join the Fanclub: Scottish band is playing ‘Here’

Music: They are playing for more than teens! Comments (1)
Bay Ridge: This pizza is slicing Bay Ridge in two! Comments (22)
Changing Brooklyn: They’re finally getting to the Point. Comments (5)
Bay Ridge: Police released additional images of the man they believe responsible. Comment

Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2016

Downtown: A cable snapped on the drill rig and the hook fell on his head, authorities said. Comments (3)
Services for late District Attorney Ken Thompson will take place in East New York on Friday evening and Saturday morning, according to his office. Comment
Park Slope: If Mayor DeBlasio can’t go to Park Slope, Park Slope must come to Mayor DeBlasio. Comments (2)

Monday, Oct. 10, 2016

Bridge ‘Park’: Call it parks and wreck-reaction. Comments (4)
Shopping: It it the opening of the Century! Comment
He passed away on Sunday after a battle with cancer. Comments (7)
Bridge ‘Park’: It was an all-American good time! Comment
Mayor DeBlasio came to Coney Island for the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce’s annual membership meeting and trade show on Oct. 5. Comments (5)

Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016

Bay Ridge: And cops say it may be gang related. Comments (19)

Haven’t heard Brooklyn Paper Radio? Now’s your chance.

Podcast: Look, it’s Saturday morning, and that’s the perfect time to listen to Brookyn Paper Radio for the first time. Enjoy! Comment

Friday, Oct. 7, 2016

DUMBO: Police haven’t issued a single summons and don’t really plan to, officials said. Comments (7)
Breaking Chews: It is a sandwich spread! Comment

Mankind vs. trees

Windsor Terrace: The realty company responsible said it was to protect the trees from litter and dog pee. Comments (15)
Williamsburg: Investigators say he helped a Long Island student falsify his residency to play for the Williamsburg school. Comments (3)

Thursday, Oct. 6, 2016

Cobble Hill: One was seriously hurt, according to the FDNY. Comment

Nobody cut footloose: Vinegar Hill residents warn planned dance club will lead to drinking, drugs, lower property values

Brooklyn Is Angry: Kicking off their Sunday shoes is just the beginning. Comments (13)
Bay Ridge: Bay Ridge’s old-timers stickball game got by on some new-fangled technology. Comment

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