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Lefty laughter: Comedy show pushes diversity

Event: Look out — this comedy show has an agenda! Comments (1)

War of words: Greek tragedy and talk in Crown Heights

Theater: They’re talking war and peace. Comments (1)

Here’s the new things you soon won’t be able to live without!

Rhymes with Crazy: Or, how I stop worrying and learned to love new, unnecessary gadgets. Comments (7)

Gov. puts state police on city streets

Letters: Everyone knows all too well the “pissing match” between the governor and the mayor. Each man seemingly hates the other and now the governor is slapping the face of the mayor and the NYPD by bringing state troopers to patrol the highways and, yes, now the streets of the city. Comment
Editor’s Picks: This week we’ve got an ice dancing party, the Taste of Fifth food festival, roots music, and much more! Brooklyn is the place to be! Comment

Wotcha! Bay Ridge Nights goes British!

Bay Ridge Nights: Cheerio, old chaps! Comment

Serial cellphone swiper sought

Crime: Cops are searching for a sneak who has been menacing Southern Brooklyn, stealing cellphones, cash, and other electronics from numerous stores since February. Comment

Democrat Felder defends his ‘top conservative’ award

Party Line: Democratic state Sen. Simcha Felder (D–Midwood) is set to take home an award for best Conservative senator in New York on Sunday, and our pals at BrooklynDaily.com asked him the tough questions! Read more…
Art: He’s bringing his art to new heights! Comment
Music: Good golly, it’s Mali music! Comment

Standing O is at it again!

Standing O is at it again!

Standing O: PS 212’s budding mini scientists wowed parents and teachers at Family Science Night, and the school’s first-ever cheerleading team placed in the New York City Youth Cheerleading competition. Comment

Dem Felder honored as ‘top conservative’ in senate

Party Line: Democratic state Sen. Simcha Felder (D–Midwood) is set to take home an award for best Conservative senator in New York on Sunday. Comment
Digital editions: Yes yes y’all (Yes y’all!) Who got the vibe, it’s the Paper y’all (Paper y’all!) Real live y’all (Live y’all!) Inside, outside, come around (Who’s that?) Brooown! Keep hustlin’, Ruth! Read more…

Loughlin grad takes the reins at Oklahoma State

Bishop Loughlin grad Mike Boynton was, officially, introduced as the new Oklahoma State men’s basketball coach on March 27. Comment

Cosmos ready to Rocco and roll in Brooklyn

Coney Island: The Cosmos have a brand-new owner and a brand-new home field and this spring the squad is getting ready to take over Brooklyn. Comment
Mean Streets: It is a trans-plant! Comments (34)
Gowanus: The Trump Administration is a threat to the federal cleanup of the Gowanus Canal after all, environmental honchos now say. Comments (3)
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Leaping and dancing before the law: Activists revive push to scrap Cabaret Law

Bushwick: There is a time to mourn and a time to dance — there was a time for this law, but not anymore! Comments (3)
Columbia St Waterfront: You can’t fight in this “City Hall.” Comments (4)
Waiting in the Wings: LCD Soundsystem is playing at our house! Comment

Be careful of the scams that are perfectly legal

Not for Nuthin’: We have all heard about the many illicit scams that are trying to separate us fools from our money. Comment
Theater: It’s Broadway in Brooklyn! Comments (1)
Bay Ridge: They’re calling it the “Shore Line.” Comments (1)
BoroBeat: Absinthe made their hearts grow fonder! Comments (2)
High School Sports: The South Shore girls basketball team erased two years of painfull memories on March 25, defeating The Mary Louis Academy to clinch the Federation “AA” title. Comment

The pursuit of happiness: Lincoln standout’s decision proves right

High School Sports: Lincoln senior Klay Brown transferred into the program two seasons ago and the choice, finally, paid off on March 25 as he helped the Railsplitters clinch a state title. Comment
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On Brooklyn Paper Radio: Why New York needs to rip up its constitution!

Podcast: Former state Sen. Seymour Lachman tells Gersh and Vince just how corrupt Albany is — and how to fix it. Comments (1)

Hashem-approved cookies!

Hashem-approved cookies!

Georgetown: The new Fairway Market in bustling Georgetown now offers fresh kosher pastries, muffins, and scones in its bakery. Comment
BoroBeat: It was a St. Patrick’s Day full of pats! Comment

Former Brooklyn prosecutor charged with wiretapping coworkers

Crime: The Feds charged a former prosecutor in the District Attorney’s office with forging judges’ signatures in order to illegally wiretap the phone conversations of two people for more than a year. Comment

Madison can’t mount upset, fall in Federation semis

High School Sports: The James Madison girls basketball came up just short of defeating two-time defending champs Staten Island Academy in the Federation “A” semis on March 25. Comment
High School Sports: The Railsplitters rolled to an 80–63 victory over Long Island Lutheran in the Federation “AA” final at the Glens Falls Civic Center on March 25, wrapping up a perfect season in state. Comment
Gerritsen Beach: Me-ouch! Comment

NYU Langone expands into shuttered job center

Bay Ridge: Call it a prescription for growth! Comment
Bergen Beach: Talk about locally grown veggies! Comment

Animal news

Wild Brooklyn: Me-ouch! Read more…
Fuzzy Brooklyn: They’re on cloud canine! Comments (3)

Ridge pol demands toll relief for Brooklynites

Bay Ridge: The toll is too d--- high! Comments (22)
Cobble Hill: Well, it’s better than “Tidal Strait Park.” Comments (11)
Mean Streets: It is a slippery slope from the Slope! Comments (50)
Sunset Park: The Metropolitan Transportation Authority blindsided Sunset Parker straphangers by offering negligible notice of the 53rd Street station’s impending six-month closure, say locals. Comments (11)
Waiting in the Wings: Get ready for a Dirty weekend! Comments (3)

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