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Your 2017 Brooklyn District Attorney election guide

Politics: Here are the District Attorney candidates you can vote for today in the Primary Election. Comments (2)

Your guide to the Bay Ridge, Bensonhurst, Dyker Heights, and Bath Beach Council race

Here are the candidates for Council you can vote for in today’s primary election Comment

Here’s the scoop: Food festival offers taste of northern nabes

Dining: Get a taste of the neighborhood! Comment
Politics: We chatted with former Bay Ridge Councilman Sal Albanese about his run against Mayor DeBlasio. Here’s what he had to say. Comments (8)

‘Annie’ time: Gallery Players aim to cheer with little orphan musical

Theater: The sun will come out — next weekend! Comment

What’s so bad about making food easier to produce?

Rhymes with Crazy: This week, our columnist wonders why we fear genetically modified food. Comments (2)

Bring back ‘good sports’ to sports

Letters: Ed Greenspan, you and I have finally found something we both agree upon — the mess that professional baseball and other once-respected sports have become. It seems to me that, as the salaries of professional athletes keep going up, their morals keep going down and violence both on and off the field keeps increasing. Comment
Editor’s Picks: This week, we’ve got cool comedy, freaky films, a photo festival, and much more! Brooklyn is the place to be! Comment

Bay Ridge is ready to chow down!

Bay Ridge Nights: It’s a post-holiday weekend full of eats and entertainment in Bay Ridge, where barbecue, bread, music, and movies will abound! Comment

Blowing smoke: Swing band plays 1930s ‘marijuana jazz’

Music: Swing your blues away! Comment

Our sit-down with Bay Ridge Council candidate John Quaglione

Bay Ridge: Republican Bay Ridge Council candidate John Quaglione met with the editors of Community News Group on Aug. 25 to discuss his campaign for the party’s nomination for the Ridge Council seat. The lifelong […] Comment
Marine Park: A century-old problem has risen from the dead! Comment

Filling Squadron’s seat: A primer to the candidates vying to succeed the former state Senator

Brooklyn Heights: It’s less of an election guide and more of a selection guide. Comments (8)

Raunchy ride: Police hunting for man who publicly fondled himself on subway

Downtown: Cops are searching for a perv who pleasured himself in front of a woman on a Manhattan-bound A train on Aug. 30. Comments (5)

Bookmarked! Your guide to the Brooklyn Book Festival

Books: The borough is getting lit! Comment

Off the clock: Artist queers ‘Clockwork Orange’ images

Art: They are lovely pictures for you and your droogs. Comments (7)
Standing O: On her 100th birthday Ethel Berkowitz of Trump Village gets 100 cents and a visit from her local Councilman Comment

Our sit-down with Bay Ridge Council candidate Lucretia Regina-Potter

Bay Ridge: Republican Bay Ridge Council candidate Lucretia Regina-Potter sat down with Community News Group editors on Aug. 18 to discuss her campaign for the party’s nomination for the Ridge seat. The lifelong […] Comment
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Police find body weighted with cinderblocks in Mill Basin marina

Mill Basin: Police recovered the body of 35-year-old Carmine Carini Jr. from a Mill Basin marina on Sept. 2. Comment

50 Years of Carnival

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Inside the News: Gersh talks Tronc’s deal on Brooklyn Paper Radio

Podcast: This week’s Brooklyn Paper Radio had big news — make that News. Comment

Havana sights: Artist debuts portraits of Cuban relations

Art: They are portraits of the people. Comment

Clones stumble, fall to Connecticut

The Ride: Cyclones lose! Cylcones lose! Comment

Our sit-down with Bay Ridge Council Candidate Nancy Tong

Bay Ridge: We had a chat with Bay Ridge Council candidate Nancy Tong. Here’s what she had to say. Comment
Fort Greene: It was a back-to-school special! Comments (3)

Locals still confused by double-double yellow lines

Sheepshead Bay: The pair of double-yellow lines down a stretch of Avenue U that was confusing motorists is finally complete — with short, diagonal markings painted down the middle — but that hasn’t made it any clearer to locals why the city put the strange markings on a narrow, single-lane street. Comment

As season winds down, Cyclones split two with Connecticut

The Ride: The “Drive for 25” continues! Comment

Happy Labor Day!

Happy Labor Day!

It’s a great day to be in Brooklyn, whether you are whooping it up at Kings County’s 50th-annual West Indian Day Parade or toasting those hard workers who truly make our country great. We are off doing both, but come back tomorrow when we resume reporting the borough’s breaking news from our headquarters in America’s Downtown.

The Drive for 25: Cylcones win 23rd game of season

The Ride: Lest we forget, they have lost 48. Comment

Cyclones keep rolling with 2–1 win over Spinners

The Ride: The “Drive for 25” begins! Comment

Man who allegedly stabbed playwright to death in Greenpoint arrested

Greenpoint: Police on Thursday arrested the man suspected of killing a playwright in Greenpoint last month. Comments (3)
Bensonhurst: It was one long Sunday dinner! Comment
Midwood: Now it’s truly a day of rest. Comment

Suddenly hot Cyclones take two from Spinners

The Ride: The Cyclones have won 20 games this season! Comment

Cyclones split double-header with Vermont

The Ride: The “Drive for 20” is one win away! Comment

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