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Dance: These dancers are moving — but they’re not moving away. Comments (2)

Knight writer: Orchestra plays a multitude of Whitman poems

Music: They’re playing a song of one self! Comment
Theater: It’s kind of a sap-py story. Comment

Warning! Your child may be playing with a ball!

Rhymes with Crazy: And that can be dangerous — even if he’s outside! Comments (3)

Get active after prez election

Letters: Readers say locals should find ways to volunteer — rather than bicker — in the wake of the recent presidential election. Comment

The Ridge is jingle bell rockin’!

Bay Ridge Nights: Bay Ridge is getting festive this weekend! Comment
Editor’s Picks: The holidays are coming! Prepare yourself this week with a shopping expedition, a production of “Nutcracker,” and a class on pairing beer and cheese for your holiday party. Brooklyn is the place to be! Comments (1)

Malliotakis threatens to sue city over IDNYC records

Party Line: Council Speaker Melissa Mark Viverito says “Bring it.” Comment

Gawk shock! Locals outraged city gave parking spaces to ‘Dyker Lights’ tour buses

Dyker Heights: A shadow hangs over Dyker Lights. Comments (3)
Parenting: Girls just want to have funny! Comments (5)
Cinema: He’s made a list, and you can check it out twice! Comment

Pre-giving Thanksgiving Day

Standing O: Southside United HDFC–Los Sures and volunteers hosted more than 600 guests at the 14th annual Thanksgiving fest held on Nov. 17. Comment

Life on the margins: Undocumented Sunset Parkers scrambling after Trump election

Sunset Park: Undocumented immigrants in Sunset Park are on edge in the wake of Donald Trump’s election — and his various promises to deport people without papers — and are scrambling keep their families together. Comment

Say ‘Hi’ to each other!

Fearless Living: Because Steph thinks it can change the world. Comments (4)
Digital editions: In this week’s former Brooklyn Paper reporter profile, we turn the time machine dial back to just before the beginning of the decade, when we took a chance on a NYU grad who impressed us with his re-imagining of the school’s minority-run student magazine. In those halcyon days when profits were soaring, Muessig made a name for himself in short video “podcasts” popular at the time. He once downed a Six Point Righteous Ale in less than 15 seconds, summing up his experience as only he could: “That’s a righteous ale,” he said. Plus, he wrote lots of stories, which makes it obvious he always kept hustlin’, Brooklyn. Read more…
Sheepshead Bay’s mute swans have cheated death for another two years. Comment
Brooklyn Heights: Holy guacamole! Comments (7)
Fixing the BQE: It is Brooklyn’s billion-dollar mile! Comments (8)
Prospect Heights: They’re telling Mayor Tall tales! Comments (7)
Nightlife: Salzy has its grand opening tonight! Comments (7)
Wild Brooklyn: Brooklyn’s mute swans have cheated death for another two years. Our fine-feathered friends at BrooklynDaily.com have the scoop. Read more…
Dining: Who says there’s no such thing as a free lunch? Comments (1)

‘Sanctuary city’ Chicago can’t even protect itself from itself

Not for Nuthin’: Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has promised to keep the immigrants safe from Donald Trump and keep Chicago a “sanctuary city.” Comment
Mixed martial arts has dealt a serious blow to Brooklyn boxing, pugilists and promoters say. Comment
Mixed martial arts has dealt a serious blow to Brooklyn boxing, pugilists and promoters say. Comment

Champion Clippers see themselves as underdogs

High School Sports: These champs are ready to be the underdog — again. Comment
Prospect-Lefferts Gardens: It got the Greenlight! Comments (1)

Police: F train creep flashed junk at woman, stole her phone

Park Slope: Police are the hunt for man who they say unveiled his private parts to a woman on a Coney Island-bound F train as it neared the Ninth Street stop on Nov. 2. Comments (5)
Sunset Park: They hit the “reset” button. Comment

Yule be back, da da da dat da

High School Sports: They’re trying to build a dynasty in Canarsie. Comment
He took the long way home. Comment
Sunset Park: A convicted child molester is living in a Sunset Park homeless shelter right next to three public schools — in defiance of a court order to stay more than 1,000 feet away. Comments (10)
Mean Streets: Now you can cross that bridge when you come to it! Comments (6)
Sunset Park: And there will be legal aides, immigration counsellors, and translators available. Comments (1)
Flatbush: Canarsie native Curtis Samuel scored the game-winning touchdown in double overtime to lift Ohio State to a victory over Michigan in the team’s annual rivalry game. Comment
High School Sports: Erasmus Hall’s football team is heading back to Yankee Stadium after taking down Lincoln 27–26 in the Public Schools Athletic League semifinals on Nov. 26. Comment
Gerritsen Beach: The city fired contractors responsible for a house collapse in Gerritsen Beach earlier this year after finding that the workers skirted safety rules, fudged time sheets, and apparently lied to investigators about it. Comment
Flatlands: A driver flipped his car into a Avenue J yard after crashing into a truck on Nov. 23. Comment

Help nab the slimeball who mugged a Coney Island tween

Coney Island: Police are searching for the lowlife who dragged a 12-year-old girl into a Stillwell Avenue alley and mugged her on Nov. 21. Comment

DA: Sicko who filmed himself raping kid in Prospect Park gets 108 years behind bars

Park Slope: He convinced a 15-year-old boy and 12-year-old girl to have sex in Prospect Park then filmed himself raping the girl, according to the borough’s top legal eagle. Comment

City deep-sixes school proposed for ‘Eighth Avenue Center’

Development: The city thinks it would cost too much to build a public school there, so the developer is proposing a private pre-K. Comment
High School Sports: They’re going to be buzzing about this one for years. Comment

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