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Thursday, Oct. 8, 2009

The speaker? A squeaker!

Election: The three men who want to represent Park Slope in the City Council weigh in on Council Speaker Christine Quinn Comments (1)

Gov yontif! Paterson visits besieged Kane Street Synagogue

Cobble Hill: Just a few days after the Kansas crazies picketed outside the Cobble Hill temple, Gov. Paterson had a Sukkot meal. Comment

Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2009

Issue Project Room’s Suzanne Fiol is dead at 49

Gowanus: Suzanne Fiol, the visionary artist behind the Issue Project Room, a world-renowned hub for experimental music that was based in Gowanus, died on Monday after a long battle with cancer. She was 49. Comment

Quaker values tested as Friends school plan is shouted down at meeting

Boerum Hill: Quaker values were certainly put to the test on Monday night when a group of angry State Street residents faced down officials from Brooklyn Friends School as they presented their controversial plan for a new educational center between Hoyt and Bond streets. Comments (9)

He’s got a gun on Kane

Carroll Gardens: A mugging at gunpoint leads the blotter from Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill and Red Hook’s 76th Precinct. Comment

Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2009

A one-day reopening for Vermont Market

Cobble Hill: The decades-closed pharmacy time-capsule owned by Mark Stein reopened for one day on Saturday, but who knows if this latest grand reopening will take? Comment

Monday, Oct. 5, 2009

One ‘Antic’ of a Sunday

Boerum Hill: Everyone from Mayor Bloomberg to the staff of The Brooklyn Paper enjoyed the city’s best street fair on Sunday, as the 35th Atlantic Antic stretched out from Hicks Street all the way to Fourth Avenue. Our photographer Tom Callan picked his way through the crowd and caught all the action, while Brooklyn Paper staffers handed out copies of their latest award-winning edition. Comments (4)

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