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Theater: This musical is anything but basic. Comments (3)

Pump-kings County: Brooklyn dishes up the pumpkin spice

Dining: The spice must flow! Comments (2)
Books: He’s drawing a younger crowd! Comments (2)

Here it is! Your fake holiday gift guide!

Rhymes with Crazy: Finally! Some things you can’t buy anywhere. Or can you? Comment

‘Moral compass’ has us off course

When did we lose our moral compass? Comment

Here it is! Your fake holiday gift guide!

Rhymes with Crazy: Finally! Some things you can’t buy anywhere. Or can you? Comment
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Editor’s Picks: This week, we’ve got sludge monsters, surf rock, the Day of the Dead, and much more! Brooklyn is the place to be! Comment

Festivals and food in the Ridge!

Bay Ridge Nights: We’ve got places to go and meals to eat! Comment

Two detectives indicted on charges of rape, kidnapping

Coney Island: Two city police detectives accused of raping an 18-year-old woman in Coney Island in the back of an undercover minivan in September were arraigned on a 50-count indictment on Oct. 30 in Brooklyn Supreme Court. Comment
Canarsie: They’re getting stronger every year. Comment

Kids celebrate Halloween at Connie Lekas School

Sheepshead Bay: These superheroes are students too! Comment

Community unites in costume: Slope Halloween parade marches on hours after city terrorist attack

Park Slope: It was a night of frights following a day of terror. Comments (3)
Standing O: Ms. Baker celebrated the awesome milestone surrounded by family and friends — and with a special proclamation from Borough President Adams. Comment

Quaglione dodging salary questions

Party Line: Just answer the question! Comment

Take a constitutional! Listen to Brooklyn Paper Radio now!

Podcast: Guests Curtis Sliwa and Assemblyman Bobby Carroll go at it over the vote to hold a state Constitutional Convention. Comment
Marine Park: They made the right decision for this left lane! Comment

Donovan to meet constituents in Bay Ridge

Bay Ridge: The Rock-to-Ridge Rep. will make it to Bay Ridge after all. Comment
Cinema: It’s a feast for the eyes — and the nose! Comment

House of corruption: Ex-Trump staffer used C’Gardens home to deceive government, special counsel alleges

Carroll Gardens: The president’s ex-campaign chairman allegedly used his Carroll Gardens brownstone to launder money, evade taxes on foreign income, and as collateral for illegal loans. Comments (1)

Looking out for the little guy: City to help mom-and-pops meet accessibility codes after series of suits

Park Slope: Officials launched a program to protect small-business owners from lawsuits after an attorney representing a disabled man serially sued Park Slope establishments for violating a federal accessibility law. Comments (9)

Double Deutsch! Beer hall owners open second spot

Dining: It’s the prost with the most! Comments (2)
Fort Hamilton: Fort Hamilton High School’s athletic field is getting back on track! Comment

CB15 wants Ocean Parkway intersection to remember pedestrian victims

Midwood: Call it a warning sign. Comment
Coney Island: They want to recover something from the recovery program. Comment
Sheepshead Bay: They’re finally getting to the root of the problem! Comment
Dyker Heights: It’s a corner of remembrance. Comment

Culture clash!

Check them out: Lendable artifacts at the library–museum

Crown Heights: A few of the more interesting items that kids may be able to borrow for show-and-tell when the Brower Park library moves into the Brooklyn Children’s Museum. Comment

Cops: Man shot dead on Vinegar Hill street

Vinegar Hill: Police are searching for the gunman who shot a man to death outside a public-housing complex in Vinegar Hill on Oct. 25. Comment

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