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Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016

Make America drink again! Your guide to election viewing parties around Brooklyn

Nightlife: It’s almost over! Comment

Mambo No. 10!: Latin dance festival celebrates 10 years

Dance: It’s a fiesta! Comment

Monday, Nov. 7, 2016

Join the Club: Musical brings Club Harlem’s glitz and glam to Brooklyn

Theater: Harlem comes to Brooklyn — by way of Atlantic City! Comment

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Sunday, Nov. 6, 2016

Oh droid! Will we all lose our jobs to robots?

Rhymes with Crazy: Two professors walked into a seminar and argued about the future world of human emulation, and Lenore was there to hash it all out. Comment

Friday, Nov. 4, 2016

Five things to do in Brooklyn this week!

Editor’s Picks: This week belongs to our animal friends, with a foxy art exhibit, a play about a kitty circus, and a discussion of our pigeon pals. Brooklyn is the place to be! Comments (1)

Thursday, Nov. 3, 2016

‘Dollar van’ crackdown coming

Transit: Officials want to buck the trend. Comments (17)

Take a dirt nap: Sleep on an earth-covered bed in new art exhibit

Art: Spending the night here is dirt cheap! Comments (2)

Button in: Park Slope writer debuts at Brooklyn comics fest

Books: He’ll be pushing “Buttons!” Comment

Brooklyn Paper Profile: Diane Webber

Page 1: In this week’s former Brooklyn Paper editor profile, we turn the time machine dial back to the mid-1990s, when a young Barnard graduate named Diane Webber became our Managing Editor. In those halcyon days when profits were soaring, Weber once spoke to Rep. Jerrol Nadler about the proposed cross-harbor tunnel for three hours on deadline night, then filed the definitve story on why it is necessary to ensure New York City never goes hungry. Let’s put it this way: She always kept hustlin’, Brooklyn.

Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2016

Fancy-free! Slopers ban Whole Foods, Eataly from replacing Key Food

Changing Brooklyn: They’ve got an appetite for obstruction! Comments (22)

Dead teen pulled from Prospect Park Lake

Park Slope: The body of a 19-year-old man washed up in Prospect Park Lake on Wednesday, according to a police report. Comment

City cuts open BQE, finds it has 10 years to live

Fixing the BQE: This is the inside scoop! Comments (13)

Ai Weiwei defends posing as dead Syrian toddler in Brooklyn Museum appearance

Prospect Heights: The famed Chinese artist and activist clashed with his interviewer when she asked him about the controversial move. Comments (4)
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Robbin’ hoodies: Crooks swipe $1K worth of sweatshirts from Williamsburg store

Williamsburg: They then pulled a knife on a store employee when he tried to confront them, police said. Comments (4)

Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2016

Halloween in Boo-klyn!

October surprise: Carroll Gardens tots dressed as presidential candidates for Halloween Parade

Carroll Gardens: These Hils have eyes. Comments (2)

NYPD boo! Slope’s 78th Precinct becomes haunted house for Halloween

Park Slope: Call it a station house of horrors! Comment

Are your afraid of the Park? Prospect offers thrills and chills for trick or treaters

Park Slope: Call it Brooklyn’s Graveyard! Comment

Trashing ‘Pumpkins’: ‘SNL skit ruined my Halloween costume,’ Marine Parker says

He’s not David S. Pumpkins, and he has a lot of questions. BrooklynDaily.com has the scoop! Read more…

Coney Ahhhh-land! Ghouls take over Boardwalk for Halloween parade

Photo Galleries: It was like the Spook-a-Rama came alive! Comment

Bad neighbors make bad fences: ‘Spite fence’ replaces ‘spite wall’ in Ridge

Bay Ridge: Bay Ridge’s “spite wall” is gone — now meet the “spite fence.” Comments (3)

Monday, Oct. 31, 2016

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Going up! Now’s your chance to buy a condo for your car!

Cobble Hill: Yes, you’ve heard right! You’ve never seen such values. Get in on the ground floor now! Comment
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Dildo on the field! Gersh and Vince talk sex toys with Babeland’s Claire Cavanah

Podcast: We’re guessing this will be our most-listened-to podcast ever! Comments (3)

Friday, Oct. 28, 2016

Love the talkies, don’t love the talkers: Seniors cheer new, quiet Alamo Drafthouse movie theater

Cinema: This movie theater is the shhhh! Comments (8)

Tall order: Witnesses unloading yet another Heights building

Brooklyn Heights: The site of the former Hotel Margaret, Brooklyn’s first skyscraper at 11 stories, is on the market. Comments (1)

New partnership between Afropunk Festival and Borough Hall will give more people a chance to get free fest tickets

Fort Greene: It’s the Afropunk Army. Comments (5)