Sunday, June 12, 2011

High School Sports

Inconsistent Wolves fall in semis, look toward next year

Grand Street Campus took advantage of errors, got hit after hit and put five runs on the board. The crowd behind the Wolves dugout was going crazy. Comment.
High School Sports

Hill, PSAL earn bragging rights in first softball NYC Mayor’s Cup

Eight hours after getting home from her prom, Kayla Hill was on the field at the College of Staten Island warming up. The James Madison senior ace was more concerned with getting a decent six hours of sleep and playing in the NYC Mayor’s Cup than partying all night or going down to Seaside Heights with her classmates. Comment.
24/7

The ‘Maine’ event — a new book from Sullivan

At nearly 400 hardcover pages, “Maine” is the least convenient beach read. But it’ll be worth toting around this summer. Comment.
24/7

Rock on! Southern Brooklyn is bursting with live music

In Southern Brooklyn, rock ’n’ roll is here to stay! Comment.
Flatbush

86-year-old woman jumps to death

An 86-year-old Kensington woman who plummeted 10 stories to her death on May 31 committed suicide, say police who initially claimed the death was an accident. Comment.
24/7

Victorian Flatbush house tour is not one to miss

Now this is a house tour. Comment.

Saturday, June 11, 2011

24/7

Swing’s the thing this summer at the Library

The Brooklyn Public Library’s dance series is in full swing. Comment.
24/7

You’ll want to kiss this new cafe

For a taste of Palermo, look no further than Gravesend. Comment.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

24/7

A new destination for serious beer lovers

Sheepshead Bay is getting drafted again! Comment.

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

24/7

House tour season continues, this time in Prospect Lefferts Gardens and East Flatbush

Prospect Lefferts Gardens gets its turn at apartment envy. Comment.
Dining

Restaurants that really spring into spring

Spring is in the air — and on our plates — thanks to the seasonally inspired fare at some of Brooklyn’s best market-driven restaurants. From Berkshire pork to fiddlehead ferns to that ultimate chef’s obsession, the ramp, here are our picks for spring’s dining musts. Comment.
24/7

Meet Alina Simone, the accidental writer

Songwriter Alina Simone’s landed the best gig of her life — and it has nothing to do with music. Comment.

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