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Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017

Walking with a purpose: The American Cancer Society’s 15th-annual breast-cancer walk hits Coney Island

Breast Cancer Awareness: They’re making strides towards a world without breast cancer. Comments (10)

What to read this week

Books: Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

Friday, Oct. 13, 2017

Why We’re Pink

Breast Cancer Awareness: It’s our annual Pink Paper! Comment

Duck tale! Trio of do-gooders rescue Gravesend quacker

Fuzzy Brooklyn: That’s one lucky duck! Comments (3)

The water’s fine: Gowanus Canal more swimmable each year as presence of poo recedes, data says

Gowanus: The Gowanus Canal is not as crappy as you think! Comments (2)

Permission to drop anchor: City in talks to take Hook lot for new maritime middle school

Class Action: This marine academy is ready to dock! Comments (4)

Five things to do in Brooklyn this week!

Editor’s Picks: Happy Friday the 13th! You’re lucky to be in Brooklyn, where we’ve got a slasher movie marathon, waterfront walks, a week-long jazz festival, and so much more! Comment

Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017

Hoop dreams: Wheelchair-bound athletes hit Bklyn court for national b’ball tourney

Dyker Heights: These ballers are rolling into glory! Comment

Playing with fire: Musicians use ‘organ’ that shoots out flame

Music: It’s the hottest show in town! Comment

Scenes from a Mall: Photo exhibit captures changes on Fulton

Art: Take a peek at the not-so-distant past! Comments (1)

Looking back — and forward — at college

Fearless Parenting: You can get more out of a college education than a degree. Comments (3)

The Brooklyn Paper is blushing

Page 1: But not because it is embarrassed. No, the paper is pink to pay tribute to the forty-thousand-plus Americans who succumb to breast cancer annually. And to support the hundreds of thousands of people battling the disease, both in our borough and beyond. It salutes those struggling with and working to end breast cancer — keep fighting for a cure, and keep hustlin’, Brooklyn! Comment

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