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Music: The jazz hall band plays a jazz Hall-oween! Comment

Dying on stage: Cartoonist writes play about angel of death

Theater: It’s curtains for him! Comment

On Halloween, the only thing we have to fear is fear itself

Rhymes with Crazy: Here’s an idea: Let you kids go out by themselves and have fun on All Hallow’s Eve. Comments (1)

Brooklyn’s one-time premier shopping street is in desperate need of an upgrade

Has anyone taken a good look at Kings Highway lately? The once premier shopping street in Brooklyn is nothing but basically a schlock street ... drug stores on almost every block, produce stands that take up half the sidewalk and, from Coney Island Ave. to East 19th St., there are about 17 banks. All the good stores are gone. Comment

The only thing we have to fear on Halloween is fear itself

Rhymes with Crazy: It’s time to let kids have fun — by themselves — on All Hallow’s Eve. Comment

Canines of Coney Island cavort at costume contest

Event: When it came to getting into character, these pooches didn’t play. Comment
Event: Who runs the Ridge? For one October day every year, it’s the Ragamuffins! Comment
Nightlife: The best zombie events in the borough! Comment
Editor’s Picks: This week we’ve got the last liter of Oktoberfest, a canine costume contest, sidewalk sharks, and much more! Brooklyn is the place to be! Comment

It’s a star-studded weekend in the Ridge!

Bay Ridge Nights: It’s a weekend of music and meteors in Bay Ridge! Comment
Bay Ridge: The candidates vying for the hotly contested 43rd District Council seat faced off again on Tuesday night and battled for the mantle of biggest outsider, despite all three having past political careers. Comment

‘Key’ to the plans

Park Slope: A supermarket could come to the ground floor of a development that will replace a beloved Key Food in Park Slope. Comments (3)

Republican Ridge candidate hides party: Dem

Party Line: He’s a party pooper! Comment

City to station Russian and Creole speakers at poll sites in November

Brighton Beach: Now you’re speaking their language! Comment
Event: Call it an old ballgame with some new players. Comments (6)

A young Brooklyn woman is honored as a potential science giant

Standing O: A Packer Collegiate teen is one of five outstanding female high schoolers to receive a scholarship and a Rising Scientist Award. Comment
Digital editions: Look, we’re not here to lose, we’re here to win. And the only way to win is go out there every day, keep battling, and never give up. We don’t want this season to end, and we’ve got a great group of guys here who are ready for the challenge. So the next time you get a call from us, be prepared for the match of your life, and keep hustlin’, Brooklyn! Read more…

Dyker Heights faces growing homeless problem

Dyker Heights: The city must do more to get the longtime homeless population of Dyker Heights off the nabe’s streets before they endanger local families and children, residents say. Comment

Underground activism: Subway-station posters shed light on boro poverty

Bedford-Stuyvesant: Talk about platforms for change. Comments (14)
Event: One day after the Ragamuffin Parade, thousands of Ridgites once again flooded Third Avenue on Oct. 15 to take part in the avenue’s 44th annual festival. Comment

Biting commentary: Creepy art with political agenda

Art: He’s giving his eyeteeth for this show. Comments (2)
Coney Island: Talk about going back to school! Comment
Bay Ridge: The Brooklyn doctors are in — and they will be for the foreseeable future. Comment
Mill Basin: They’ve got style! Comment

Bensonhurst man struck and killed by car

Bensonhurst: A driver struck a Bensonhurst senior with his car on 85th Street on Oct. 3, causing the man to die of his injuries eight days later in the hospital, according to police. Comment
Bay Ridge: Ridgites flocked to the newly updated Bay Ridge Avenue subway station on Friday when it finally reopened after nearly six months of renovations. Comment

Authorities with an agenda: Cops using police vehicle to advocate against constitutional convention

Bedford-Stuyvesant: New York’s Finest are bucking convention. Comments (7)
Carroll Gardens: They want Cuomo to get on board! Comments (10)
Downtown: This art’s purpose is in the eye of its beholder. Comments (8)
Mill Basin: Checking inn on E. 49th Street! Comment
Fuzzy Brooklyn: That’s one lucky duck! Comments (3)

Avenue J library is getting a makeover!

Midwood: It’s a sequel for this library! Comment

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