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Friday, May 10, 2013

Impressions of Gowanus: Painters make the canal, warehouses subject of art show

Art: Just look at the way this painting captures the hastily scrawled graffiti over peeling paint. Comments (8)

Thursday, May 9, 2013

Fiddle me this: New Orleans music festival invites you to jam

Music: It’s the music festival that asks its audience to join the band. Comment

Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Tank battle: City defies feds, says it won’t build Gowanus sewage storage

Cleaning Our Waterways: The Federal Government wants to put the proverbial toilet seat down on raw sewage flowing into the Gowanus by building expensive storage tanks to hold run-off, but the city says its an unnecessary expense. Comments (13)

Police: Suspect with drugs punches man

Carroll Gardens: Plus a smattering of other crimes from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Comment

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Historic Carroll Street Bridge to get $1 million in FEMA aid for Sandy damage

Gowanus: The historic Carroll Street Bridge suffered the indignity of being submerged in disgusting Gowanus Canal waters during Hurricane Sandy, and now the city’s only active wood-planked movable bridge will receive more than $1 million in federal disaster aid so it can get a well-deserved bath. Comments (3)

Sandy-ravaged Sunny’s Bar raises $12,000 at benefit concert

Red Hook: Sunny days are forecast for Red Hook’s iconic Sunny’s Bar. Comment

Monday, May 6, 2013

Sausage fest! Italian staple the draw at Carroll Garden’s fair

Carroll Gardens: Sure, sausage and pepper heroes have become ubiquitous at street fairs across Brooklyn (you can even get them at the Native American Festival at Floyd Bennet Field), but there is something about the Court Street Festival that makes them a must-have. Comments (2)

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