Stevens’ universe: Former ‘Blue’s Clues’ host rocks cosmic kids’ album with StevenSteven

Music: He’s no longer playing the Blue’s. Comment

Rat tales: ‘Rodent Monologue’ shares story of the streets

Event: She’s letting the rat out of the bag. Comment

I’d like to teach the world to sing, in perfect harmony

Rhymes with Crazy: This week, our columnist wants to share a Coke with everybody! Comments (1)

What to read this week

Books: Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks for what to read while you’re snowed in this weekend! Comment

Readers for — and not for — ‘Not For Nothin’

Letters: I have been reading [Joanna DelBuono’s] columns for years and find them very stimulating. Comment
Editor’s Picks: It’s cold outside, but we’ve got a week of events that will warm your heart, with Valentine’s Day, Galentine’s Day, and a concert of love songs from Patti Labelle! Brooklyn is the place to be! Comment

‘Walking’ and rockin’ in Bay Ridge

Bay Ridge Nights: The Ridge is crawling with culture this weekend! Comment

‘Walking’ and rockin’ in Bay Ridge

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Muslim Democratic club leader is a vocal Trump supporter

Party Line: Welcome to Trump’s America! Comment

Muslim Democratic club leader is a vocal Trump supporter

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Theater: The Muslim ban meets a Muslim band! Comment

Standing O is at it again!

Standing O: Brooklynite and City University of New York School of Law dean Mary Lu Bilek was named one of the “Most Influential People in Legal Education.” Comment
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Brooklyn melting pot teaches us to love, not fear

Fearless Living: This week, Stephanie thanks the heavens she is raising her kids in Brooklyn. Comment
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Locals demand stop to scofflaw development

Marine Park: Marine Parkers are demanding the city crack down on illegal and unsafe construction sites after inspectors halted work at an Avenue T home because of numerous safety violations. Comment
Mean Streets: They feel the need — the need to monitor speed! Comments (32)
Politics: And he says he’s taking Sea Gate with him whether they like it or not. Comments (4)
Marine Park: They did start the fire! Comment
Clinton Hill: Now if they can just invent driverless cars! Comments (6)
Nightlife: Cupid is as Cupid does. Comment

Super Bowl ads too preachy

Not for Nuthin’: Our columnist sermonizes. Comment
Dutchmen standouts Oniel Stanbury, Selwin Wilks, and Jahquel Webb played four years of high-school football together — now they’re playing together in college. Comment
Iona College standout Jon Severe is alwasy ready to learn something new, especially if it helps him become a better basketball player. Comment
Podcast: The author of “Here I Am” joined Vince and Gersh in studio for the latest and greatest episode of BPR! Comments (1)

Gimme shelter!

Sunset Park: They fear the city will blow the whistle on them if they enter the shelter system. Comments (5)

Lawyers to city: Stop searching homeless shelters for wanted criminals

They say the prospect of arrest is keeping the indigent from seeking help. Comments (3)
Development: They want to put even more “play” in the People’s Playground. Comments (3)
Politics: They heckled him at a Chamber of Commerce breakfast about Trump’s impact on local business. Comments (5)
Canarsie: A car plowed through the wooden fence outside an Avenue N home after colliding with a truck on Feb. 4. Comment

Heated matchup! Super Bowl chili cook-off a hot ticket

Dining: This bowl game was on fire! Comment
High School Sports: Markquis Nowell and Keith Williams were an offensive force to be reckoned with on Feb. 5, lifting Bishop Loughlin to an 88–72 victory over Christ the King. Comment

Cruise control: Law & Tech stays perfect with another lopsided win

High School Sports: Brooklyn Law & Tech grabbed an 88–67 victory on Feb. 3, taking down Eagle Academy II to improve to 16–0 in league play. Comment
High School Sports: They felt they made a statement. Comment
Brighton Beach: It’s been five years since there was a supermarket there. Comment
Gravesend: Tweens said “ni hao” to the Chinese New Year during middle school David A. Boody’s celebration welcoming the Year of the Rooster on Feb. 2. Comment
Two Brooklynites who had been stranded abroad by President Trump’s travel ban are now back safe and sound in Kings County. Comments (2)
Class Action: No one found out about it until the day of the meeting, and then officials who attended couldn’t answer any questions. Comments (4)

NYU engineering school evacuated after rooftop machinery malfunctions

NYU engineering school evacuated after rooftop machinery malfunctions

Downtown: The irony of machinery failure hobbling a building full of tech geniuses was, of course, not lost on the whiz kids.. Comment
Awesome: Talk about bodega heroes! Comments (21)
Park honchos say the field and the views will be better than when they hosted the ill-fated Brooklyn Bolts football team. Comment
Sunset Park: Brooklyn may be trying him, but it can’t hold him. Comments (1)
Sheepshead Bay: Need a lift? Comment

Video shows yahoos shooting into Bedford-Stuyvesant bodega

Bedford-Stuyvesant: Police just released footage of two teens firing a gun inside a Bedford-Stuyvesant bodega last month, in the hopes someone will recognize the yahoos. Comment
Midwood: Sen. Bernie Sanders is finally getting a degree from Brooklyn College — 58 years after he enrolled! Comments (3)

Curious Georgetown

Photo Galleries: I’m gonna let you in on a little real-estate secret. You ready? One word: “Georgetown.” Comments (2)
Fort Greene: A driver plowed a school bus full of kids into a fire hydrant outside a Fort Greene elementary school on Feb. 1, sending one distraught youngster to the hospital with an injured leg. Comments (1)

Fuming cabbie and pals beat up man who can’t afford fare

Bay Ridge: The attack leads this week’s 68th Precinct police blotter. Comment

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