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Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017

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)

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

Dining: Get a taste of the neighborhood! Comment

Monday, Sept. 11, 2017

Fourth time’s the charm: Quixotic Democratic mayoral candidate Sal Albanese talks with us

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

Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017

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)

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Friday, Sept. 8, 2017

Five things to do in Brooklyn this week!

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

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

Music: Swing your blues away! Comment

Thursday, Sept. 7, 2017

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)

Aid from above: City begins repairing tops of Red Hook Houses buildings

Red Hook: They’re razing the roofs. Comments (2)

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)

The Brooklyn Paper: Now online!

Page 1: That’s right, folks! The Brooklyn Paper is now on the internet! Tune in each day to find the latest news you can use — all at the click of a mouse. So sit down, dial up, and get your daily dose of The Paper, and keep hustlin’, Brooklyn! Comment

Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2017

50 Years of Carnival

Restrained revelry: Heightened J’Ouvert security prevents fatalities, changes atmosphere

Crown Heights: It was the dawn of a new J’Ouvert. Comments (5)

Golden Carnival shines: Millions revel in West Indian Day Parade celebrations despite violent outbreaks

Crown Heights: A few miscreants did not rain on this milestone march. Comment

Unnecessary luxury: Beep slams condos in official opposition of armory redevelopment scheme

Crown Heights: He won’t sell out his borough. Comments (1)

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

Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2017

An appetite for animal rights: Kensington shelter rescues South Korean canines destined to become cuisine

Fuzzy Brooklyn: It’s taking puppies off the menu. Comments (10)

Coney cares: Area businesses unite to raise funds for Hurricane Harvey victims

They’ve been there before. Comment

Bag grab! Local tots get brand new backpacks at giveaway

Fort Greene: It was a back-to-school special! Comments (3)

As season winds down, Cyclones split two with Connecticut

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

Monday, Sept. 4, 2017

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.

Sunday, Sept. 3, 2017

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

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

Saturday, Sept. 2, 2017

Cyclones keep rolling with 2–1 win over Spinners

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

Friday, Sept. 1, 2017

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)

Neigh it ain’t so! Sale of Kensington Stables to city collapses due to excessive animal-care expenses

Kensington: This deal fell off the horse. Comments (16)

Suddenly hot Cyclones take two from Spinners

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

Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017

Cyclones split double-header with Vermont

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

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

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