Sunday, Jan. 30, 2011

24/7

With artist Lorna Simpson, history repeats

In the Brooklyn Museum Comment.

Saturday, Jan. 29, 2011

24/7

Head for the Inner Banks this Friday

When The Inner Banks take to the Sycamore stage this Friday, donThe Inner Banks at Sycamore [1118 Cortelyou Rd. near Westminster Road in Ditmas Park, (347) 240-5850], Jan. 28 at 10 pm. $10. For info, visit www.sycamorebrooklyn.com. Comment.

Thursday, Jan. 27, 2011

Parenting

Our Seussian tribute to ‘Seussical’ coming to Brooklyn Center

Dr. Seuss fans, young and old, lend an ear Comment.

Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2011

Brooklyn Heights

More iPhone thefts

84th Precinct Comment.
Mill–Marine Courier

Thieves raid store

Store raid Comment.

They’re not afraid

Small business owners don’t want a Walmart in the recently announced Flatbush Avenue shopping center, but that doesn’t mean they fear the big box behemoth. Comment.

Can’t see the light

Parents at PS 277 on Gerritsen Avenue are angry that the city has yet to install a much-needed traffic light in front of the school — even though the Department of Transportation approved the safety measure five months ago. Comment.

Monday, Jan. 24, 2011

Canarsie

Charter school coming to PS 114

A new charter school will be moving into Canarsie’s PS 114, the troubled grammar school which the city ordered shut down last year. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

McRobbery!

77th Precinct Comment.
Kings Courier

Mr. Thief’s wild ride

Pocketbook carnage Comment.
Flatbush

The killer in the next room

Bad roommate Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Another reason to hate mimes

76th Precinct Comment.
Canarsie

Two Canarsie stores burglarized

Commercial conundrum Comment.

Thief is a fool for tools

68th Precinct Comment.

Cold comfort

Borough smoke eaters helped scuba gear-clad cops rescue a man attempting to commit suicide by throwing himself into the frigid harbor Saturday night. Comment.

Overstocked lobster!

It’s the best seafood deal in town, and it’s all thanks to the snowpocalypse! Comment.

No shrubs!

City-planted bushes on Oriental Boulevard may grow to impede drivers’ vision this spring, posing the same hazard as the 31 planters that the city hauled away late last year, say concerned Manhattan Beach residents who pushed for the planters’ removal. Comment.
Bay News

Firefighter busted for driving drunk

Soused and doused Comment.

Arbitrator: Madison teacher lied about sex

A state arbitrator called a teacher from James Madison HS a “liar” before he recommended she be dismissed for having sexual relations with a co-worker in her classroom. Comment.

Lincoln’s Ishaq Williams picks Notre Dame, citing best fit

Ishaq Williams was leaning toward Notre Dame last Thursday night. An unexpected visitor made his decision easier. Comment.

Veloz helps Monsignor McClancy sink St. Edmund’s

Two years ago, Jonathan Veloz was part of Christ the King’s future, playing for the CHSAA Class AA intersectional junior varsity title with teammates TJ Curry, Terrel Hunt and Aaron Williams, who is now at Long Island City. Comment.

Sidney, Nazareth shoot down Mary Louis

When everything is working for Nazareth, when all that Division I talent is clicking on all cylinders there are few teams that the Lady Kingsmen can’t hang with. Comment.

Whole again: Healthy Falcons blitz Banneker

Bishop Ford and its players got to take a breather, literally and figuratively. The Falcons played nearly a month shorthanded without senior star Diani Mason because of an ankle injury. It meant few substitutions for coach Mike Toro and little rest for his starters. Comment.
BoroBeat

Kids get ‘Artsmart’ at the Brooklyn Museum

BY SHAVANA ABRUZZO Comment.
Features

The Screecher has oil the answers

Did you know that the United States has more oil than all of Arabia, and that’s not including Alaska’s reserves? Huh? So why are we paying almost $4 a gallon? Comment.

Fort Hamilton’s Brandon Reddish picks Syracuse

Brandon Reddish isn’t big on bluster. He does little talking off the field and even less on it. The Fort Hamilton standout heard all kinds of recruiting pitches from interested suitors, promises that went in one ear and out the other. Comment.
Features

Solarz death recalls Lombardi

The sad news of the premature death of former Rep. Steve Solarz (1940–2010) stirred up many personal memories I have of the very amiable, soft-spoken legislator, who was also our former state assemblyman and state senator. Comment.

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