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Carroll Gardens–Cobble Hill

Monday, March 21, 2011

Two great things — beer and adoptable pets — come together at the Bell House

Nightlife: Sweet Action and sweet puppies under one roof on March 26. Comments (1)

Friday, March 18, 2011

A new Creation myth at Issue Project Room

Theater: The Gowanus music space presents “Original Innocence,” a rock opera that puts a contemporary spin on Adam and Eve. Comment

Our cartoonist goes express for 61 Local

Bar Scrawl: Bar Scrawl takes his cartoonists’-eye view into Cobble Hill’s new hole in the wall. Comments (4)

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Flush with history! Man wants to turn his old outhouse into a museum

Boerum Hill: A urban archeologist has refurbished the 19th-century outhouse that came with his Hoyt Street house, and now he’s hoping to transform the primitive bathroom into a tourist attraction. Comments (5)

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Smith Street will get borough’s first ‘gutter cafe’!

Dining: To find the perfect picnic spot this summer, you might have to put your mind in the gutter. Comments (14)

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Clarett Group closure makes Court Street site a hole lot of nothing

Brooklyn Is Angry: A cavernous Carroll Gardens development site is in purgatory — and neighbors are mad as hell. Comment

More thievery for computers

Carroll Gardens: Lots of break-ins this week. Plus all the other crime news from Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill and Red Hook’s 76th Precinct. Comment

Monday, March 14, 2011

‘Working-class’ Cobble Hill Towers goes market-rate in conversion deal

Cobble Hill: Residents get insider prices, but a bastion of 19th-century humanitarianism becomes another case of 21st-century gentrification. Comments (8)

Smoked out! Cops bust cig runners

Red Hook: Holy smokes! Comment

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Live from Gowanus! It’s Al Franken!

Awesome: The Land o’ Lakes liberal lion will officiate at a Minnesota-themed state fair at the Bell House on March 20. Will it be fun? You betcha! Comments (2)

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