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Monday, Nov. 21, 2016

Election update: Hillary-inspired sitcom gets a new ending

Theater: While Hillary supporters were tearing out their hair on election night, one Crown Heights playwright was tearing up her script. Comment

Sunday, Nov. 20, 2016

Lenore checks if kids are Penske material

Rhymes with Crazy: Or, if they can get into Yale. Comments (2)

Saturday, Nov. 19, 2016

What to read this week

Books: Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Comment

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Friday, Nov. 18, 2016

Five things to do in Brooklyn this week!

Editor’s Picks: This week we have some turkey talk, a chat about rats, and we clue you in on where to go after Thanksgiving dinner. Brooklyn is the place to be! Comment

Thursday, Nov. 17, 2016

Master of fun: ‘Servant of Two Masters’ is a glorious goof

The Butcher of Flatbush Ave. Extension: It’s a comedic “Master” piece! Comment

Brooklyn Paper Profile: Patrick Gallahue

Page 1: In this week’s former Brooklyn Paper reporter profile, we turn the time machine dial back to the early-oughts, when we took a chance on a young high-school graduate who had worked most recently for Troma Studios by the name of Patrick Gallahue. In those halcyon days when profits were soaring, Gallahue himself glowed like a shooting star in the night, filing enough stories to fill an entire front page week after week. (Don’t believe us? Look at this one from 2002: REALLY! CLICK HERE!). It makes it obvious he always kept hustlin’, Brooklyn.

Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016

One-way? No way! WT residents: Change would turn Seeley St. into speedway

Mean Streets: These Windsor Terrace residents are not one direction fans. Comments (4)

West side stories: Chita Rivera shares tales of stage and song

Music: Call it dish of the Spider-Woman! Comments (2)

Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016

CB6 gets lit: Massive solar-panel array planned for Brownstone Brooklyn

Park Slope: It is their moment in the sun! Comments (3)

‘Is there a chance the track could bend?’: CB2 residents can weigh in on streetcar routes tonight, CB6 Thursday

Downtown: Be the squeaky wheel who gets the grease! Comments (10)

Heyward Jr. family rail against DA after officer cleared again for fatally shooting 13-year-old

Downtown: Protesters rallied outside the District Attorney’s office on Thursday. Comments (1)

Wingin’ it! Reporter enters wing-eating contest to benefit cancer research

Dining: What a wing-ding! Comments (7)
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Back to light: Singer’s debut album is a journey through grief

Music: There’s a light at the end of the tunnel. Comments (2)

Fire it up! New ‘Brooklyn Firefly’ is a combination pizza palace and performance venue

Dining: It’s a slice of real Brooklyn. Comments (1)

Gobble gobble! Seniors, homebound can sign up for free Thanksgiving meal from Bay Ridge Cares

Bay Ridge: Home-bound seniors have a chance to get a free Thanksgiving meal delivered to their doorsteps this holiday — and there’s still time to sign up! Comment

Monday, Nov. 14, 2016

Man punches woman in the face after argument about Trump at Boerum Hill bistro

Boerum Hill: The strangers got into an argument about the outcome of the election at Bar Tabac. Comments (67)

Carroll Gardens vets turn their backs on Lander at ceremony over his ‘Pledge’ protest

Carroll Gardens: The Councilman sat out the Pledge of Allegiance in September, which one vet called a ‘slap in the face.’ Comments (31)

Kensington’s Bangladeshi community scared of deportation by Trump: Leaders

Kensington: Locals gathered with leaders on Friday to discuss their fears. Comments (20)

Cashless advance: Homeless depositing themselves in Bay Ridge banks

Bay Ridge: Locals appreciate the tough situation homeless are in, but they want more interest from the city. Comments (4)

Friday, Nov. 11, 2016

Heading for the Hil: Huma, Podesta clean out their desks at Clinton’s Brooklyn Heights HQ

Brooklyn Heights: Brooklyn Heights is out of Huma. Comments (18)

City gives California company $2.8M to move to Brooklyn Army Terminal, hoping it will make jobs

Sunset Park: They’re banking on a case of ‘Build it and they will come.’ Comment
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Pot roast! Weed evangelist Joe Dolce laughs it up with Gersh and Vince on BPR!

Podcast: Also on the show is Frederick Douglass evangelist Ted Hamm — who once edited the Brooklyn Rail! Comment

Bush Terminal Park finally getting a second entrance

Sunset Park: They’re all in! Comments (2)

Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016

Hair today, gone tomorrow

Politics: A cartoon. Comment

Squadron goals: Share your concerns, ideas with local pol tonight

Downtown: State Sen. Daniel Squadron is hosting a town hall meeting Downtown. Comments (1)