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Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2017

Dance sweet: Show combines chocolate and movement

Dance: Call it the dance of the sugar fairies! Comment

Monday, Oct. 2, 2017

Pedal pushback: Sunset Parkers rail against city’s bike lane plans

Mean Streets: It’s going to be another bumpy bike ride. Comments (29)

Pipe dreams: Antique organ plays final notes before renovation

Music: This show is all organ-ic! Comments (2)

Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017

Allon: The Patriots aren’t just an NFL team — they’re its kneeling players

Spin Cycle: This week, our columnist says players have a right to speak their minds — and they should. Comments (2)

Saturday, Sept. 30, 2017

What to read this week

Books: Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

Friday, Sept. 29, 2017

Five things to do in Brooklyn this week!

Editor’s Picks: This week we’ve got cosmic cocktails, zany zombies, guitar goddess Kaki King, and much more! Brooklyn is the place to be! Comment

Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017

Set to scrub: Workers will begin new phase of Gowanus Canal cleanup next week, EPA says

Cleaning Our Waterways: It’s a tar-iffic development. Comment

Heights in the heartland: Iowa town’s streets share names identical to those in Brooklyn Heights

The Greatest Story Ever: Kings County’s oldest enclave has a sister in the Corn Belt! Comments (7)

Daring to dip: Activist swims East River after taking on Gowanus Canal and Newtown Creek

Greenpoint: He survived numbers one and two, making number three a breeze! Comments (2)

Time lines: Cartoonist draws neighborhoods through the ages

Books: Julia Wertz will launch her new book “Tenements, Towers, and Trash: An Unconventional Illustrated History of New York City” with two events next week. Comment

Remembering my mistakes, and telling my kids about them

Fearless Parenting: This week, Stephanie thinks about the things she did wrong as a teen, and how her kids can learn from them. Comment

Today! Brooklyn Paper Radio returns!

Page 1: Listen right here today at around 4 pm when Dunlap, Iowa Mayor Jason Knickman joins host Vince DiMiceli and his producer Johnny (or Jimmy) Kunen! That, plus why Gersh is no longer on the show. Listen today and keep hustlin’, Brooklyn! Comment

Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2017

Stars and gripes: Vets furious over Clinton Hill post office’s tattered flags

Clinton Hill: These veterans are going to war — with their post office. Comments (8)

Watching the wait: City debuts countdown clocks at Park Slope bus stops

Park Slope: The time has arrived! Comments (14)

Jury convicts motorist for W’burg hit-and-run death

Downtown: A Brooklyn Supreme Court jury convicted a 57-year-old man of reckless manslaughter on Monday for the 2016 hit-and-run death of a cyclist in Williamsburg. Comments (1)

Spice world: Pepper festival celebrates 25 years of chill

Dining: It’s going to be hot, hot, hot! Comments (1)

Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2017

Free to roam: P’Park weed-eating goats leave meadow, face uncertain future

Fuzzy Brooklyn: Talk about being put out to pasture! Comments (4)

Antics on Atlantic: Fun and food abound at borough’s oldest street fair

Cobble Hill: It’s fall’s biggest block party! Comments (1)

Running to remember: Thousands travel route of late 9-11 firefighter at annual 5k fund-raiser

Red Hook: They followed the footsteps of a fallen hero. Comment

Your guide to Oktoberfest in Brooklyn

Nightlife: Say yes to the fest! Comments (3)

Monday, Sept. 25, 2017

Double play: Prospect Park honchos unveil pair of renovated ball fields

Park Slope: America’s Pastime got two new homes in Brooklyn’s Backyard. Comment

A selfless success: ‘Coney Cares’ initiative raises more than $27K for Harvey victims

Awesome: They’re charity champs! Comment

Friday, Sept. 22, 2017

Living in jeopardy: Hook Houses residents not paying rent, going to court to force fixes

Red Hook: Some tenants of Brooklyn’s largest public-housing complex who can wait years for dangerous problems to be fixed said the only way to force repairs is by withholding rent and taking the city to court. Comments (2)

Sharp shooters: NYU students win $1-million prize for designing smarter firearm

Downtown: Welcome to a safer gun show. Comments (2)

Engaging the aging: Local do-good groups come together for conference on oldsters

Brooklyn Heights: It was a grand old time. Comment

Feting urban farmers: Thousands hit harvest fair to celebrate community gardens

Prospect Heights: It drew the cream of their crops! Comment

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