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Prospect Heights: This garden is evergreen. Comments (1)

Con Ed to Marine Park: ‘We’re on it’

Marine Park: Believe it or not, power outages are actually less frequent now in Marine Park — at least according to Con Edison. Comment

The rise and fall of public figures

Spin Cycle: Somebody once said the only constant in life is change. Comment

A sign of the times: Take it slow

Caution: Speed trap ahead! Comment
Canarsie: Six thousand Canarsie residents can’t be wrong. Comment
Dyker Heights: The biggest real estate deal in Dyker Heights in a generation could get even bigger. Comments (1)

Bay Ridge Nights presents Christmas in the Ridge!

Bay Ridge Nights: Christmas weekend has finally hit the Ridge! Comment
Editor’s Picks: It may be Christmas, but Brooklyn still has plenty going on! Get out of the house for Doctor Who, the Harlem Globetrotters, queer comedy, and much more! Brooklyn is the place to be! Comment
Event: This show is untitled and unscripted! Comments (1)

Ho-ho-home run at MCU Park

Ho-ho-home run at MCU Park

Event: Call it a breakfast of champions. Comment

Good tidings & Cheer

Good tidings & Cheer

Standing O: Brooklyn Hospital Center throws a party for pediatric patients and homeless kids! Comment
Fuzzy Brooklyn: Cops are hunting for the sicko who stuffed a wounded dog inside a garbage bag and left the ailing pooch for dead in a Cypress Hills park on Tuesday. Comments (2)
Event: These kids somehow made the Dyker Lights even brighter. Comment

On the bright cider

Dining: How do you like these apples? Comment

Apples to apples: Comparing Brooklyn’s two new cider bars

Dining: Reach arts editor Bill Roundy at broundy@cnglocal.com or by calling (718) 260–4507. […] Comment

Brannan staffer out for racist comment

Party Line: Someone was lost in transition. Comment

Steph’s holiday dreams — and goals

Fearless Living: How to make dinner a treat for everyone, and not a meeting of “Co-Dependents Anonymous.” Comment
Digital editions: Tune in to the Brooklyn Paper now through Christmas for all your favorite holiday classics: Neighborhood Christmas-tree lightings! Toy giveaways! Giant menorahs! Kwanzaa krawls! And, of course, Santa and dogs! We’re not slacking off on our holiday coverage, and neither should you! So keep hustlin’ Brooklyn! Read more…

Tonight! Sunset Park community board to vote on Fourth Avenue bike lanes and redesign plan

Sunset Park: Tonight is the last chance for Sunset Parkers to make their voices heard on a controversial revamp of Fourth Avenue. Comments (4)

Brooklyn Paper a matter of life and death for mayor: DeBlasio ‘lived and died’ on newspaper for chunk of his life

Park Slope: He’s Brooklyn Paper’s biggest fan! Comments (6)
Canarsie: He left them high and dry. Comment
Williamsburg: A tractor-trailer driver ran over and killed a cyclist near Graham Avenue in Williamsburg on Tuesday, police said. Comments (13)

A ‘Nut’ above: Local theater troupe stages impressive rendition of ‘The Nutcracker’

Windsor Terrace: These young performers did not toy around! Comment
Event: She’s trying to make Kwanzaa hip! Comments (5)
Sheepshead Bay: Fire marshals have determined that the cause of Monday morning’s deadly Sheepshead Bay blaze was a menorah left burning overnight. Comment
Event: Who’s a good boy? Comment

Police search for two men who installed card skimmer on Coney cash machine

Coney Island: The police are asking for the public’s help identifying two men caught on camera installing a card skimming device and a camera on a cash machine to steal customers’ card numbers and codes at the Apple Bank on Brighton Beach Avenue in Coney Island on Nov. 15. Comment

Lawyers release report naming abusive priests to prompt victims to apply for diocese’s fund

Windsor Terrace: A flock of legal eagles on Thursday released a list of Kings County’s most corrupt Catholic priests that they hope will encourage sexual-abuse victims to apply for compensation from the Diocese of Brooklyn before it’s too late, according to one of the lawyers. Comment
BoroBeat: They’ve got that warm and fuzzy feeling! Comments (1)

Senior center destroyed by Sandy to reopen in Red Hook

Red Hook: It’s a new chapter for this old center! Comment
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A ‘Saturday Night Fever’ dream

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A ‘Saturday Night Fever’ dream

Event: Bay Ridge burned up the dance floor — for one night only! Comments (6)
Bay Ridge: Religious leaders must not disown the Brooklynite who last week allegedly ignited a bomb in a tunnel linking two subway stations, but recognize his connection to the Islamic faith and better educate young worshippers, argued some local Muslims after the attack. Comments (14)

Exclusive! Exonerated ex-Citizens Union head talks to us about his arrest and ongoing health issues

Brooklyn Heights: A judge let the longtime head of the good-government group walk away a free man on Dec. 8, after he surrendered to police for possessing small amounts of drugs — but the civic leader revealed his battles are not entirely behind him as he continues to fight two potentially debilitating diseases he was diagnosed with years ago. Comment
Cobble Hill: A truck driver plowed into a cyclist pedaling near Court Street and Atlantic Avenue on Thursday night, sending the woman to the hospital with a bleeding knee, police said. Comments (15)
Dyker Heights: A 22-year-old Dyker Heights woman was indicted on two counts of second-degree murder and two counts of first-degree arson in Brooklyn Supreme Court on Dec. 11 after she allegedly lit a fatal blaze in her 11th Avenue apartment building last month that killed two tenants. Comment
River of Tears: Locals gave ’em L, and they listened! Comments (4)

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