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Fright nights: What to see at the Brooklyn Horror Film Fest

Cinema: The movie monsters are loose! Comment
Theater: Fire bad! Theater bad, too! Comment

Column: Whimp Max Rose caves to Radical Left

The Right View: Last week, Congressman Max Rose demonstrated that he doesn’t have any political backbone when he folded like a cheap suit after it was reported that he had a primary opponent. After over a year of obfuscation on his position, Rose gave in to the pressure of the radical left to join the impeachment drive against President Trump. Comments (7)

Read the room: Local illustrators adorn public library with murals

Books: They’re really up against the wall ! Comment
Editor’s Picks: This week we’ve got string circuitry, silent cinema, beautiful birds, and much more! Brooklyn is the place to be! Comment

Witch way: Brooklyn celebrates ‘Hocus Pocus’

Nightlife: They’ve put a spell of us! Comment
Police are searching for the arsonist behind a fatal East Flatbush fire on Oct. 8. Comment

Blast off: Giant Bushwick band opens brass festival

Music: It’s an L of a band! Comment
Brooklyn Heights: A large tree branch smashed into two historic Brooklyn Heights houses during a heavy rainstorm on Wednesday morning, damaging multiple windows and railings. Comments (1)

Civic gurus demand renaming Willoughby Square ‘Abolitionist Place Park’

Downtown: This park’s name is history! Comments (2)
Boerum Hill: A non-profit media company abruptly shut down a beloved Brooklyn-based radio station on Monday morning, firing most of the station’s staff and changing the locks on its Boerum Hill offices — setting off a messy legal battle for the future of the decades-old radio station. Comments (2)
Flatbush: An East Flatbush house fire claimed the life of a 64-year-old man on Tuesday. Comments (1)
Carroll Gardens: More than 1,000 Kings County Catholics gathered in Carroll Gardens on Sunday to march in support of Mother Cabrini, a saint and former Brooklynite, who was recently snubbed by First Lady Chirlane McCray during a statue-building competition. Comments (9)
Marine Park: They’re all god’s creatures! Comment
Brooklyn Heights: Cops falsely claimed that an escaped robbery suspect had been re-apprehended after slipping police custody in handcuffs in Brooklyn Heights on Monday morning, and now say the fugitive remains on the lam. Comments (1)
Fort Greene: These trees must die so that others may live! Comments (49)

Nets owner blasts Rockets GM for supporting Hong Kong protests

Newly minted Brooklyn Nets owner Joseph Tsai — the co-founder of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba — blasted a fellow NBA executive on Monday for publicly supporting pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, calling the topic a “third-rail issue.” Comments (7)
Greenpoint: Brooklyn Night Bazaar is closing its Greenpoint location before the end of November, with owners citing a frustrating inability to come to terms with their landlord over a new lease agreement. Comment
Gowanus: Usually it’s the Gowanus Canal that turns people green. Comments (1)
Police are hunting for a pervert who broke into a home and molested a sleeping woman on Oct. 6. Comment
Bensonhurst: A local non-profit organization joined a Bensonhurst lawmaker to celebrate four Brooklyn-based grant recipients at the New Utrecht Library on Tuesday. Comment
Marine Park: Jitterbugs, native performers, and local fun seekers rang in the fall with an annual harvest festival at the Salt Marsh Nature Center in Marine Park on Sept. 8, in a event featuring song, dance, and good times, according to one organizer. Comment
Kensington: An unlicensed driver struck and killed a 10-year-old boy in Kensington on Saturday morning. Comments (5)
Gowanus: A tanker truck spilled thousands of gallons of oil onto Warren Street and Fourth Avenue after smashing into a cement barrier Saturday afternoon. Comments (4)

Park Slope theater organization hosts ‘Drag Performance Workshop’ for children

Park Slope: A Park Slope theater class is inviting youngsters to don gender-bending costumes and perform on stage as characters of the opposite sex on Nov. 7. Comments (39)

Brooklyn’s tallest office building celebrates topping out

Downtown: Business is at an all time high! Comment
An East Flatbush native is suing her Downtown Brooklyn alma mater for allegedly failing to protect her as an 8-year-old student against the sexual abuse of a former janitor. Comment

Congressman Max Rose backs Trump’s impeachment

Brooklyn Congressman Max Rose announced his support of an impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump on Wednesday night. Comments (9)

Brooklyn man exonerated for Bed-Stuy murder after 26 years in prision

Bedford-Stuyvesant: A Brooklyn judge vacated a 1995 murder conviction on Thursday, setting 46-year-old Carlos Weeks free after a renewed investigation into the decades-old case cast doubt on his guilt. Comments (1)
Williamsburg: Governor Cuomo unleashes state police on pint-sized vandals. Comments (20)

Garbage fire: Flatlands scrap yard goes up in flames

Flatlands: A massive junk yard fire filled the skies above Flatlands with smoke Wednesday evening. Comment

On Brownstoner: Hungry Ghost Coffee Opening New Locations in Park Slope and Williamsburg

Park Slope: Hungry Ghost, the chain of coffee shops quickly becoming ubiquitous in Brooklyn, is opening new shops in Park Slope and Williamsburg. Read more…
Flatbush: Police are searching for the shooter who gunned down a man in East Flatbush on Thursday morning. Comment

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