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Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018

Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018

Event: He’s No. 1 when it comes to No. 2! Comments (2)

Save the date! There is a Valentine’s event for everyone!

Nightlife: It is a love-ly week! Comment

Monday, Feb. 12, 2018

Look sharp: Catch an edgy play about teen fencers

Theater: She’s getting right to the point. Comments (1)

Sunday, Feb. 11, 2018

Frank talk about an unmentionable subject

Rhymes with Crazy: You guessed it: Death! Comment

Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018

What to read this week

Books: Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

Friday, Feb. 9, 2018

Editor’s Picks: This week, we’ve got sleepy superheroes, kids boogie-ing to Bowie, a boozy production of “Romeo & Juliet,” and much more! Brooklyn is the place to be! Comment

Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018

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Food for dirty thoughts: Sexual-fetish expert tantalizes with tales from her trade on BPR

Podcast: This week’s episode of Brooklyn Paper Radio got so steamy, we produced two versions — uncut and censored — of the scintillating show. Comment
Downtown: A local congresswoman is taking up the cause of a nationally known immigrants’ rights activist by introducing a private bill that would stymie his upcoming deportation. Comments (2)
Dyker Heights: Former orphans adopted from the Angel Guardian campus lamented the possibility that the historic structure they once called home will be bulldozed by the mystery developer who recently bought the sprawling Dyker Heights property. Comments (4)
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Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018

Bedford-Stuyvesant: Young bookworms celebrated the long-awaited reopening of Bedford-Stuyvesant’s spruced-up Marcy Library on Monday, when the reading room welcomed its first patrons after a prolonged renovation that honchos originally expected to end last summer. Comments (2)
Mill Basin: They collected a pot of gold! Comments (1)
Shopping: Wedding bells are ringing in Bay Ridge! Comment

Unit-ed artists: Bushwick musicians turn home into a venue

Music: It’s a unit of merriment! Comment

Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2018

Downtown: Residents of the 68-story tower going up at the massive City Point complex in America’s Downtown can float among the clouds in an infinity pool that will be the highest of its kind in the Western Hemisphere, a spokeswoman for the developer announced Monday. Comments (1)
Fuzzy Brooklyn: Local transit officials forced a Brooklyn-born tech startup that provides canines with curbside kennels to remove its rental doghouses from sidewalks across the borough — after the mayor’s office invited the company’s founders to represent the city at an international tech conference last year. Comments (1)
Downtown: A man died on Saturday after he leaped in front of a train pulling into the Jay Street–MetroTech station, according to police, who called the death a suicide. Comments (1)
Dyker Heights: The Sisters of Mercy lived up to its name — and bowed to loud public backlash — by backing down on the early eviction of the Narrows Senior Center from the Angel Guardian home. Comment

Monday, Feb. 5, 2018

Changing Brooklyn: Brooklyn Hospital Center honchos’ imminent deal to sell its Willoughby Street medical tower on Fort Greene Park to a residential-housing developer could stir controversy among residents who oppose bringing a swanky high-rise to the border of the public green space, according to a local civic guru. Comments (9)
Park Slope: A Park Slope green thumb with four decades in the floral business closed his Fifth Avenue flower shop on Wednesday, vacating a space that locals flocked to for fresh cuts for more than a century. Comment

Driver smashes into man crossing Cypress Hills street, killing him

Crime: A motorist hit and killed a 23-year-old crossing a Cypress Hills street just blocks from his home before dawn on Friday morning. Comment

Friday, Feb. 2, 2018

Go There Now While You Still Can: The owner of Brooklyn Heights culinary-supply shop A Cook’s Companion is closing her kitchen store on Sunday, weeks earlier than originally planned, because her loyal patrons nearly wiped the place clean when they found out it would shutter this month. Comments (5)

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