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Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Shoe and tell: New exhibit discusses sneaker culture

Fashion: This is a show to sprint to! Comments (2)

Monday, July 20, 2015

Bearly there: Photographer documents a dying tradition

Art: They are images that bear watching. Comment

Sunday, July 19, 2015

Killing yourself isn’t always suicide

Rhymes with Crazy: This week, our columnist speaks out for those who choose to die when suffering from the effects of a terminal disease. Comments (3)

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Saturday, July 18, 2015

Lay on hands: Interactive art show features trashy altars

Art: This show has a touch of the divine. Comment

Friday, July 17, 2015

Five things to do in Brooklyn this week!

Editor’s Picks: Brooklyn heads outside for music, movies, comedy, and more music. Comment

Speak of the devil: Morbid Anatomy Museum has a satanic anniversary

Event: It has been one hell of a year. Comment

Ol’ professor: Gamboa teaches and teaches and teaches

Diamond Dave’s Cyclones Report: With a team full of rookies, the Cyclones skipper often wonders “Can anybody here play this game?” Comment

Thursday, July 16, 2015

Go to hell-icopter! Brooklyn pols renew push to ban tourist choppers

Brooklyn Heights: The city should tell tourist helicopters to buzz off, say Brooklyn waterfront residents who are cheering a new campaign by local lawmakers to jettison the joyrides. Comments (4)

Fur is flying: Cat circus pounces into Brooklyn

Theater: It is the cutest show on earth! Comments (2)

Not playing by the rules

Fearless Parenting: This week, Stephanie wonders if her laissez-faire parenting style is good for her boys. Comments (10)

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Wake up and smell the rotting coffee grounds!

Greenpoint: The city’s composting program stinks, say Greenpointers. Comments (9)

City to Green-Wood: Weir not with you

Sunset Park: They’re worried a rotten apple would spoil the bunch. Comments (12)

Beep calls for safer roads around Barclays after cyclist killed in crash

Mean Streets: A car fatally plowed into a cyclist on Fourth Avenue on Monday — and Borough President Adams says it will happen again if the city doesn’t do something. Comments (21)

Four-story building collapses in Bedford-Stuyvesant

Bedford-Stuyvesant: The implosion injured a handful of people and sent emergency services scrambling to find anyone who might be in the building. Comments (6)

Cy-clone wars: ‘Star Wars’ night returns to MCU Park

This was the fun fans were looking for! Comment

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Gettin’ Giglio with it! Williamsburg fest hoists tower for 112th year

Williamsburg: Feast your eyes on this! Comment

Buffing it up: Developer plans to turn Brooklyn Lyceum into a gym

Changing Brooklyn: But first it needs approval to make changes to the landmarked building. Comments (14)

Strained glass: Opinions mixed over glassy condo replacing convent

Bay Ridge: It’s a religious conversion! Comments (4)

Islanders come to Brooklyn — and a hockey team too

Downtown: They were cheering for the home team, but most of the fans were still visitors. Comments (31)

Clones drop second in a row to Aberdeen

The Ride: Friggin’ IronBirds! Comments (1)

Cops: Man’s death outside Williamsburg bar was a homicide

Williamsburg: The guy died of severe head injuries three days after someone knocked him out in front of a Bedford Avenue watering hole in June, police said. Comment

Monday, July 13, 2015

Such great Heights: Primo Pierrepont St. building for sale, but unlikely to be razed

Brooklyn Heights: Brooklyn Law School is selling 2 Pierrepont St. on the Brooklyn Heights Promenade, but contrary to local fears, the building is unlikley to be replaced with condos. Comments (2)

Farmer-ceuticals: Slope rancher wants to open pot dispensary in G’wood Heights

Leaves of Grass: He is seeking greener pastures. Comments (3)

Cops: Teens go on Downtown groping spree

Downtown: A group of pervy punks went on a groping spree in Prospect Heights and Downtown last Friday morning, according to police. Comment

Cops: Slasher cut man’s face in Williamsburg bodega

Williamsburg: Cops are on the lookout for a lout who slashed a Williamsburg bodega customer across the face last Tuesday morning, according to a report. Comment

Bad as in bad: Badamo falters, Clones lose

The Ride: Perez scored both runs in Saturday’s win over Aberdeen, with mom and dad in the stands. Comment

Lick and move: Ice-cream parlor names flavors after local boxers

Cobble Hill: I scream, you scream, we all scream for … boxing? Comment

New York dolls: Kids enjoy puppets in the park

Theater: It was a free show with no strings attached — except the ones on-stage. Comment

P’Park Residence raised fees, tried to evict seniors amid court battle

Park Slope: And other updates from the ongoing litigation. Comments (22)

Sunday, July 12, 2015

Pedro Perez makes parents proud

The Ride: Perez scored both runs in Saturday’s win over Aberdeen, with mom and dad in the stands. Comment

Saturday, July 11, 2015

Cyclones spin out in close loss to Hudson Valley

The Ride: Mistakes cost the Cyclones in a hard-fought, 12-inning loss to the Renegades. Comment

Friday, July 10, 2015

Blake lively in first outing as a Clone

The Ride: Newly acquired pitcher Blake Taylor throws three shutout innings for the Cyclones. Comments (1)

Cops arrest alleged heroin and crack dealers in Williamsburg raids

Williamsburg: Police arrested more than a dozen people for allegedly selling or possessing heroin and crack cocaine. Comments (1)

Thursday, July 9, 2015

Laying off the sauce: Carmine’s Original Pizza closes after 35 years

Changing Brooklyn: He just doesn’t knead the dough anymore. Comment

Cyclones run Renegades out of Hudson Valley

The Ride: David Thompson and Michael Bernal combined for seven of the Cyclones’ 10 hits in Brooklyn’s 5–3 win against Hudson Valley. Comment