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Kickass: The updated guide to being a single mom

Rhymes with Crazy: This mom says the single mom can have it all, as long as you kick ass. Comments (3)

Sound Off To The Editor

Election season is often seen with dread, but I’d like to give an example here of how it does have its upsides. Although Mayor DeBlasio won his primary with almost 70 percent of the vote with no significant challengers, he had held a number of town halls around the city leading up to election day, 33 to be exact. From South Bronx to South Brooklyn, the Mayor usually sat down with a local elected officials and usually started answering questions from a crowd from 7 pm to 10 pm, sometimes longer. With him were his administration and the staff of the local elected official. Comment

Stop in the name of the kids

Marine Park: The fix may finally be in! Comment
Editor’s Picks: This week we’ve got a Dumbo drop, the Atlantic Antic, a visit from Spongebob Squarepants, and much more! Brooklyn is the place to be! Comment

Bay Ridge gets girl power!

Bay Ridge Nights: It’s a Wonder-ful weekend in the Ridge! Comment
Red Hook: Our reporter survived the serial killer–themed escape room — barely! Comments (3)
BoroBeat: It was a lucky day for the Irish! Comment

Kickass: The single mom’s updated playbook

Rhymes with Crazy: When Emma Johnson was growing up, she was certain of one thing: She would never be a single mom. Comment

Paying a premium: Officials’ push for Amazon HQ could make boro less affordable, locals say

Sunset Park: Local officials’ are pushing to bring Amazon’s second world headquarters — and thousands of workers — to Brooklyn, but some say not everyone is going to save on the deal, including those living on the cheap in Sunset Park and Williamsburg. Comments (21)

Pulling an all-nighter: Mayor signs bill for nightlife office into law

Bushwick: He’s taking you to funky town! Comments (5)
Fuzzy Brooklyn: His dog days of summer are behind him! Comments (1)

Stop the presses! A Park Slope sixth-grader has a nose for news!

Standing O: Middle School 51’s Amelia Poor is going to hunt for headlines and make deadlines as a member of the 2017-18 Scholastic News Kids Press Corps. Comment

Family harmony: Brothers band sings of the city

Art: It’s a double-take on Americana! Comment

Taco time! Bushwick festival celebrates the Mexican treat

Dining: It’s a folded fiesta! Comments (3)

Convicted felon to run for Rock-Ridge seat

Party Line: It’s grim news. Comment

Furry friends receive blessings in Bensonhurst

BoroBeat: Holy cats and dogs! Comment
Digital editions: Stay and let me look at you. It’s been so long I hardly knew you, standing in the door. Stay with me a while, I only want to talk to you. We’ve traveled halfway around the borough to find ourselves again. September morn. We danced until the night became a brand new day. Two lovers playing scenes from some romantic play. September morning still can make me feel that way. Keep hustlin’, Brooklyn! Read more…
BoroBeat: These Ridgites ran for the hills! Comment
Sheepshead Bay: They gave out food as sweet as the New Year! Comment

Fun on Fifth Avenue!

Fun on Fifth Avenue!

Event: It was a final taste of summer in Sunset Park. Comment

Sickening feeling: Man suspected of groping 12-year-old girl wanted by police

Park Slope: Cops are hunting for a man who allegedly groped a 12-year-old girl in Washington Park during a movie night sponsored by a Park Slope middle school on Sept. 14. Comments (2)

Good old-fashioned fun: Folksy musicians play Park Slope at annual jamboree

Park Slope: They put the jam in jamboree! Comment

Story time: Readers revel in literary fair’s bounty

Downtown: It was a book bonanza! Comment

Cosmic cocktails

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Day drinking: A cocktail from the Galactic guide

Books: Sip on the super-villainous Felicia Laundry Day! Comment
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Rage against the machine: ‘Progressive’ Dems slam Bklyn boss for stopping vote on Squadron replacement

Downtown: Some Brooklyn Democrats blasted their party’s chairman on Monday after he negotiated a deal to throw his committee’s support behind a candidate to replace a Brooklyn Heights state senator, instead of allowing members a vote. Comments (7)
Sheepshead Bay: May their memories be a blessing — and a lesson. Comment

Police officer charged with assault, witness harrasment

Coney Island: A police officer faced charges in Brooklyn Supreme Court on Sept. 12 on charges of misdemeanor assault and intimidating a witness after he allegedly attacked a Coney Island man in July and then confronted him about reporting the incident, according to a statement by acting district attorney Eric Gonzalez. Comment
Gravesend: He wants to make them spill the beans on oil spills. Comment

Locals: New station great, but where are the elevators?

Transit: Residents are wondering why renovations at the 53rd Street station didn’t include lifts. Comment
Sheepshead Bay: The mayor promised residents at a town hall meeting that the controversial boats will be docked someplace else — but he didn’t say where. Comment
Park Slope: The future of Community Board 6’s highest-paid staffer will be determined when he returns from an unpaid leave of absence related to his two stalking arrests earlier this year. Comments (3)
Bushwick: He finally stopped dancing around the issue! Comments (12)

Going for the gold: Parachute Jump lights up for cancer awareness

Coney Island: Locals looked up last Friday night to watch the Coney Island Parachute Jump go gold for childhood cancer awareness at Luna Park. Comment

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