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Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014

Days of awe-some! P’Slope rabbi hopes to make high holy days hip

Boerum Hill: The high holy days are going hipster. Comment

Nursery crimes! MC Frontalot has a twisted take on fairy tales

Music: And they all lived rap-pily ever after. Comment

Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014

Sicko exposes himself to straphanger

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

Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014

Gowanus residents: Ex-prisoners not welcome here

Gowanus: Dozens of Gowanus residents turned out to a community meeting on Monday night to lambast representatives of the state prison system for keeping secret plans to consolidate all of Brooklyn’s parole offices into a three-story headquarters where Second Avenue dead-ends at the Gowanus Canal. Comments (23)

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Dogs kiss and smell in Gowanus

Fuzzy Brooklyn: A canine kissing booth, a doggie selfie station, and a paw-print-painting area were among the activities at this animal-rescue fund-raiser. Comment

Girl Scouts aim to rout Gowanus pollution

Cleaning Our Waterways: This wasn’t your average pitchfork-wielding mob. Comment

Monday, Sept. 15, 2014

Developer digs deeper into pockets for Gowanus cleanup deal

Cleaning Our Waterways: A developer has inked a deal with the feds to cover tens of millions of dollars worth of Gowanus Canal-side cleanup in exchange for immunity from future pollution lawsuits. Comments (6)

Columbia Street fair fouled up by weather

Columbia St Waterfront: When it rains, street fair attendees go indoors. Comment

Friday, Sept. 12, 2014

MONDAY: Report to Gowanus for briefing on new parole office

Gowanus: The state Department of Corrections is inviting Gowanus residents to gather round on Monday to hear about the plan to move Brooklyn’s parole headquarters to an under-construction complex on Second Avenue. Comments (11)

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