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Thursday, Dec. 18, 2008

Stableton?!

Kensington: Residents of a seven-square-block micro-neighborhood south of Prospect Park are succeeding in their quest to have the community renamed “Stable Brooklyn” — yes, that’s the name of the neighborhood, not the local bumper-sticker slogan. Comments (4)

The (not-so-big) dig

The (not-so-big) dig

Bridge ‘Park’: The promise of construction of the Brooklyn Bridge Park development along the DUMBO and Brooklyn Heights waterfront may be a symbol of a glorious future for the borough — but it has also revealed a scintillating symbol of Brooklyn’s glorious past. Comment

Another Coney dream

Editorial: Our editorial board is skeptical of a Municipal Art Society scheme for Coney Island. Comments (3)

Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2008

A bunch of clowns

A bunch of clowns

Mean Streets: The fight over a pair of controversial Williamsburg bike lanes has gotten so wacky that cycling activists sent in the clowns — literally. Comments (10)

Abandoned ship

Abandoned ship

Coney Island: It’s a race against time to save two iconic structures from the recently closed Astroland park in Coney Island. Comments (6)

Monday, Dec. 15, 2008

Bridge ‘Park’: The construction of Brooklyn Bridge Park is supposed to begin today. Comments (1)

Friday, Dec. 12, 2008

Bay Ridge: The city is moving towards buying the land that was once home to Bay Ridge’s beloved, but now-demolished, “Green Church” for a new school, The Brooklyn Paper has learned. Comments (2)

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