Brooklyn Courier

Thursday, Sept. 25, 2008

Williamsburg

Summer crime slowdown

More than nine months into 2008, crime in the 90th Precinct remains significantly higher than it was at this point last year. But its rate of increase slowed considerably over the summer – while crime is still bad, it’s not as bad as it was at the beginning of the year. Comment.
Williamsburg

Staggering foreclosure stats - More than half of mortgages in central Brooklyn in state of foreclosure

While Wall Street is being pounded from the continuing mortgage crisis, homeowners throughout working-class Brooklyn aren’t faring too well either, according to several borough non-profits working locally on the issue. Comment.
Williamsburg

Satmar school faces suit - Former student alleges molestation; wants teacher fired

A Greenpoint man is suing his former Williamsburg Satmar Talmudic school, alleging that the school’s principal repeatedly molested him when he was an eight-year-old student in 1993. Comment.
Williamsburg

Post primaries, third term an option - With officials like Simcha Felder almost out of office, term limit debate battles on

The debate over term limits for city elected officials may have reached a new pitch now that a pivotal player has lost a bid for higher office. Comment.
Williamsburg

Parents: give power to schools

The next form of school governance should reestablish the power of local school districts and create a system to oversee the city Department of Education (DOE), according to Brooklyn parents and education activists. Comment.
Williamsburg

Kirk McMillian live at Spike Hill

Kirk McMillian of Atlanta, on the rise as a new face in an ever-growing community of singer songwriters with his new record “American Dream World,” will be performing September 24 at Spike Hill in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn as part of a benefit for his charity Kirk4kids. Comment.
Williamsburg

Foundation spreads literary love

Public School 250 youngsters were among the beneficiaries of the legacy of a 9/11 bookworm from Oyster Bay, who told her family on the eve of the terror attacks that “there was more to life than making money.” Comment.
Williamsburg

Where Conner lost it all

In the final analysis, State Senator Martin Connor just didn’t have the numbers to defeat challenger Daniel Squadron in last week’s primary. Comment.
Williamsburg

Electeds want four more - But some hopefuls advocate against a third term

While several city elected officeholders continue to champion extending term limits, others remain steadfast that the will of the people prevail. Comment.
Williamsburg

Copper thefts at Cooper Pk

A rash of petty thefts has a Williamsburg neighborhood that sits on the border between two police precincts on edge. Comment.
Williamsburg

Construction site accident - Worker falls two stories, seriously injured at Union Avenue building

A construction worker sustained serious injuries when he slipped and fell two stories while working on a renovation of a Williamsburg building last Thursday afternoon. Comment.
Williamsburg

Clash of Democratic titans at meet - Newly elected Kings County Democratic Committee members call for change

Tensions simmered at the Kings County Democratic Meeting at St. Francis College (180-182 Remsen Street) in downtown Brooklyn this past Monday as newly elected members of the party’s County Committee were repeatedly frustrated in their attempts to introduce new motions, fill vacancies and create additional committees within the party structure. Comment.
Williamsburg

Charitable locals come out for benefits

Two fundraisers were happening simultaneously on a recent Saturday off Bedford Street in Williamsburg, and the massesw came out to benefiting their causes. Comment.
Williamsburg

Billyburg’s Boiy Krazi falls into fashion

While Fashion Week was wrapping up under the rain-soaked tents of Bryant Park, friends and fashionistas traveled across the East River to Joann Berman’s new store, Boiy Krazi (622 Metropolitan Avenue) to view the debut of her Fall 2008 Collection. Comment.
Williamsburg

Beach cleanup coming - New York volunteers sought for September 20 event

Thousands of volunteers from local environmental groups, students, scouts, dive clubs, civic organizations, corporations, government agencies, and the general public will participate in a “Volunteer for New York State Beach Cleanup” event, September 20. Comment.
Williamsburg

Astroland owner keeps fingers crossed - Carol Hill Albert still holding out for city deal to keep famed amusement park alive

The rides are all up for sale, Thor Equities seems intractable and local elected officials appear to have thrown up their hands. Comment.
Letters

Whole lotta yakking

Stanley Gershbein (“It’s Only My Opinion”), I enjoyed your recent column. Comment.
Letters

Sign of the times

I have been a resident of the South Williamsburg area for over two years and love the combination of vitality and quiet of my block on South 6th and Berry. Comment.
Letters

Out-of-towner backlash

I am a resident of Williamsburg. I am a little tired of picking up a copy of your paper and all I seem, to read about are artists who cant find a suitable place to work, or about McCarren Pool which, by the way, my father helped build, back when there was no work and where I grew up enjoying every summer day and night when I could cool off. I lived directly across the street. At that time the rent was about $60 a month. Comment.
Letters

Non-sugary boost

Motivation with those fries? Comment.
Letters

Hands offa m’gun

I’m responding to “BK reacts to gun ruling” by Aaron Short. Comment.
Williamsburg

BURG ‘N’ POINT - All that shimmers: WAS is back - ‘Shimmering Matter,’ ‘Personal Doping’ are two favorites at Williamsburg Every Second

What do men who hang from the ceiling, birds with human heads, long swirling shadows and the Grand Canyon have in common? You guessed it! They are all mental byproducts of this week’s Williamsburg Every Second. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

‘12’ is the magic number for officials - Pols facing ‘unemployment’ look to stretch terms

The debate over term limits for city elected officials may have reached a new pitch now that a pivotal player has lost a bid for higher office. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

‘Undemocratic’ challenge - Opponents jeer efforts to overturn term limits

While several city elected officeholders continue to champion extending term limits, others remain steadfast that the will of the people prevail. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

‘Baby Fingers’ at Gumbo

“Baby Fingers – Sign Language and Music Classes” with Ana Vianna Balzano, Sign teacher, and Dan Golden, guitar, meets Tuesdays at Gumbo, 493 Atlantic Avenue between Nevins Street & Third Avenue, from 10:30-11:15 a.m., for nine weeks. Interested persons may drop in for a sample class. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Workshop looks at congestion woes

Transportation planners were all ears this week, gauging borough residents’ fear, and loathing for current and future traffic conditions. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Where Connor lost it all - Post election tally breaks down numbers

In the final analysis, State Senator Martin Connor just didn’t have the numbers to defeat challenger Daniel Squadron in last week’s primary. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Water worries run deep - Mural puts spotlight on conservation & preservation

Budding conservationists turned to a new canvas to issue a call to save one of the planet’s most important resources — a wall in Park Slope for a mural about water preservation. Comment.
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Volunteer ‘pals’

Calling all volunteers. Comment.
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United Way day of action

United Way of New York City (UWNYC) is calling on New Yorkers to “Live United” to help raise awareness about the need to bridge the gaps in education, income and health in New York City by walking together across the Brooklyn Bridge, September 20, and to attend a volunteer festival co-sponsored by the Mayor’s Volunteer Center at Cadman Plaza Park. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Underground tours for another 10 years

The city last week renewed the permit allowing a subterranean tour guide to continue his wildly popular descents into the Atlantic Avenue tunnel. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Turmoil for Kings County Dems -‘We need better leadership than this,’ committee rep says

Tensions simmered at the Kings County Democratic Meeting at St. Francis College (180-182 Remsen Street) in downtown Brooklyn this past Monday as newly elected members of the party’s County Committee were repeatedly frustrated in their attempts to introduce new motions, fill vacancies and create additional committees within the party structure. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Trader Joe’s set to open

Brooklynites who have been licking their lips in anticipation of the imminent arrival of Trader Joe’s should get ready to pounce. Comment.
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8th Street is first in block party fun

Food and friendship courted the whole family as homeowners shared the spirit along 8th Street for block party day. Comment.
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6th Street chases out cars, welcomes pals

A sun-splashed day was just the ticket for homeowners to bond over a block party along 6th Street. Comment.
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Suspected car thieves busted

A rash of car break-ins in Windsor Terrace may have been brought to a quick end last week with the arrest of three thieves. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

SJC Spirit Day

As a way of saying thanks to the community, St. Joseph’s College will hold its First Annual Spirit Day, September 27 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at St. Joseph’s College, 245 Clinton Avenue. Comment.
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Seeds of a lasting memorial - Friends move to honor the life of slain 10th Avenue merchant

A lasting memorial for a beloved Windsor Terrace merchant is one step closer to becoming a reality. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Salute to Jamaican independence

Ah, Jamaica — land of sun, sea, world-class Olympic runners and…outstanding physicians. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Recovery rally coming

Thousands of recovering addicts, their families, treatment providers and advocates from across the country will join together to form a human chain — a living symbol of recovery — and walk across the historic Brooklyn Bridge and proceed to a rally at City Hall Park, September 27 from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. to celebrate the promise of recovery. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Rebirth of Grand Army Plaza

Ooh, la, la, Grand Army Plaza is about to undergo a rebirth – as Brooklyn’s version of the Arc de Triomphe. Comment.
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Peace day service

The Church of Gethsemane will host its annual International Interfaith Peace Day Service, September 21 at 1:30 p.m. Comment.
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On the waterfront: Nothing but big smiles

Borough revelers embraced the onset of the golden season — plus celebrated their nabe’s culture by flocking to Carroll Gardens for the Waterfront District Fall Festival. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

No traffic today, just lotsa good times

Community spirit flowed as freely as the good cheer as Park Slope residents ignited the flame of friendship with a block party. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Neighborhood tag sale

Starting Artists, Inc., a new nonprofit arts center that benefits Brooklyn middle and high school students through training in arts & entrepreneurship, is hosting a neighborhood tag sale, the first fundraiser of the 2008/2009 school year. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

JHS 51 observes anniversary of 9/11

Patriotic students lifted their voices heavenward and sweetly serenaded the heroes during a 9/11 tribute at Junior High School 51. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Foreclosing on Brooklyn dreams - Startling number of residents face losing it all

While Wall Street is being pounded from the continuing mortgage crisis, homeowners throughout working-class Brooklyn aren’t faring too well either, according to several borough non-profits working locally on the issue. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Filthy feasts at Brooklyn restaurants - Borough hosts almost half of New York City’s foulest eateries

Nearly half of the ‘dirty dozen’ — considered the filthiest eateries in the city — can be found in Brooklyn, a state lawmaker announced this week. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Fall equinox

The “Become As You Are” celebration, a Spirit Circle commemorating the fall equinox and the transition from summer to fall, will be held September 20 from 4-6:30 p.m. at Prospect Park. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

DOE to start testing tots

A new pilot program testing Brooklyn’s youngest students in reading and math has renewed complaints that standardized testing is too prominent in public education. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Dean Street delights in final rays of summer

Summer fun was on the menu – not to mention a generous helping of potluck delights – when neighbors jumpstarted the season of fun in the sun with a block party in Park Slope. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Cut education costs at your local library

School’s back in session and Brooklyn Public Library has everything you need to fall into the fun. The new state-of-the-art Dweck Center has tons of programs and events that the whole family can enjoy. All programs will be held in the Dweck Center of the Central Library at Grand Army Plaza unless otherwise noted. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Cry for change after cyclists die

While downtown Brooklyn is more bike-friendly than ever before, more must be done. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Brooklyn youngsters give peace a chance

Prospect Park became a verdant platform for borough peaceniks, who joined a cavalcade of speakers and performers at the band shell to spread the good word as part of an international peace vigil. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Brooklyn knocks on the doors of peace

Brooklyn For Peace joined Million Doors for peace, which will mobilize 25,000 volunteers from all 50 states, September 20, to contact one million people and ask them to sign a petition urging the next Congress to bring US troops home from Iraq within one year. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Bottlemania author speaks - Award-winning writer Elizabeth Royte on Seventh Avenue

Park Slope’s Old First Reformed Church and Community Bookstore and local advocacy group Park Slope Neighbors are joining forces to present a reading and community forum featuring award-winning investigative journalist — and Park Slope resident — Elizabeth Royte. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Book signings and more

Barnes & Noble Court invites the public to participate in its calendar of events throughout September. Here’s what’s on tap this week. Comment.
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A nail in Astroland’s coffin - Owner stalls for time; City officials come up empty

The rides are all up for sale, Thor Equities seems intractable and local elected officials appear to have thrown up their hands. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

All the ingredients for fun on 11th Street

The neighborhood rang with good cheer as homeowners fired up the barbies and ignited the fun with a block party along 11th Street. Comment.
Greenpoint

New path for MTA - Council readies to draft new plan after meet

Transportation planners were all ears this week, gauging borough residents’ fear, and loathing for current and future traffic conditions. Comment.
Greenpoint

Nassau headache relief - DOT releases reconstruction plans for local roadways

Greenpoint residents hope that traffic congestion on Nassau Avenue will be eased in the near future, following the Department of Transportation’s extensive reconstruction plans for area roadways. Comment.
Greenpoint

Keeping smells at bay near the creek

Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) officials have been working to reduce odors from three distinct sources inside the Newtown Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant. Comment.
Greenpoint

Beach cleanup

Thousands of volunteers from local environmental groups, students, scouts, dive clubs, civic organizations, corporations, government agencies, and the general public will participate in a “Volunteer for New York State Beach Cleanup” event, September 20. Comment.
Greenpoint

Electeds want four more years - But some Council hopefuls advocate against a third term for New York City officials

While several city elected officeholders continue to champion extending term limits, others remain steadfast that the will of the people prevail. Comment.
Greenpoint

Church’s 9/11 plaque swiped - Police on the hunt for memorial stolen from St. Cecilia’s

On the eve of the seventh anniversary of the September 11 attacks, police were searching for the vandals who stole a plaque dedicated in remembrance of three parishioners of St. Cecilia’s Church who died in the tragedy. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Where Martin Connor lost it all - Post election tally breaks down voter preferences

In the final analysis, State Senator Martin Connor just didn’t have the numbers to defeat challenger Daniel Squadron in last week’s primary. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Turmoil besieges Kings County Dems - ‘We need better leadership than this,’ committee rep declares

Tensions simmered at the Kings County Democratic Meeting at St. Francis College (180-182 Remsen Street) in downtown Brooklyn this past Monday as newly elected members of the party’s County Committee were repeatedly frustrated in their attempts to introduce new motions, fill vacancies and create additional committees within the party structure. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Trader Joe’s set to open its doors here

Brooklynites who have been licking their lips in anticipation of the imminent arrival of Trader Joe’s should get ready to pounce. Comment.
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Shock waves from two-wheel tragedies - Call for change after cyclists die

While downtown Brooklyn is more bike-friendly than ever before, more must be done. Comment.
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New Hoyt St. bike lane

Bicyclists rejoice! Comment.
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Kids march for a car-free Prospect PK - Students go over Brooklyn Bridge

As the Who song goes, “The kids are all right.” Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Gun buyback hits the mark again

Brooklyn’s holy rolling gun grab continued this past weekend, with a Coney Island church leading the borough’s efforts to rid the streets of illegal firearms. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Foreclosing on Brooklyn homeownership dreams

While Wall Street is being pounded from the continuing mortgage crisis, homeowners throughout working-class Brooklyn aren’t faring too well either, according to several borough non-profits working locally on the issue. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Forecast for Brooklyn traffic - Workshop looks at how bad congestion is likely to get

Transportation planners were all ears this week, gauging borough residents’ fear, and loathing for current and future traffic conditions. Comment.
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Crime stats down, sez 88th pct. - ‘Crime wave’ talk in contrast to numbers

Belying a spate of negative media attention earlier this year, crime in the 88th Precinct, which includes both Fort Greene and Clinton Hill, is actually down 3.6 percent from its 2007 levels. Comment.
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Changes to parking

Community Board 2 residents are confronting the old axiom, “be careful what you wish for.” Comment.
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Boon for Fort Greene bibliophiles - A new bookstore will soon debut in the neighborhood

In a borough known for its wordsmiths, Fort Greene stands out proudly as a neighborhood that boasts a good many of them past and present. Comment.
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BK parents: DOE needs oversight

The next form of school governance should reestablish the power of local school districts and create a system to oversee the city Department of Education (DOE), according to Brooklyn parents and education activists. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

A more ‘humane’ Myrtle Avenue

Imagine a Myrtle Avenue public plaza full of pedestrians enjoying their newspaper or laptop while lunching at an outdoor table and watching a street performer. Comment.
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Wyckoff Street chases out traffic, brings in the fun

Festive frolickers soaked in equal parts sunshine and community spirit during a block party in Boerum Hill. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Where Martin Connor lost it - Post-election tally breaks down the numbers and tells the tale

In the final analysis, State Senator Martin Connor just didn’t have the numbers to defeat challenger Daniel Squadron in last week’s primary. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Wannabe Palin is fair game in Red Hook

A ‘pit bull with lipstick’ has found a temporary home in Red Hook. Comment.
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Trader Joe making BK debut - Trendy food retailer opens its doors on Court St. next week

Brooklynites who have been licking their lips in anticipation of the imminent arrival of Trader Joe’s should get ready to pounce. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Tough living in Bklyn

While Wall Street is being pounded from the continuing mortgage crisis, homeowners throughout working-class Brooklyn aren’t faring too well either, according to several borough non-profits working locally on the issue. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

3rd Street families party outdoors

Sporting challenges, family frolics and more fanned the flame of friendship as residents gathered for block party festivities in Carroll Gardens. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Postal service restored - sort of

A week after the powers that be broke the news to Carroll Gardens residents that not only were they not getting a new post office, they would be losing supplemental postal service as well, new word has come that some much needed service is being restored to the community after all. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

No love for Oliver House at CB Six

Time, so far, is not on William Stein’s side. Comment.
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New bike lane here

Bicyclists rejoice! Comment.
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Kids call for car-free Prospect PK - Student action brings them over the Brooklyn Bridge

As the Who song goes, “The kids are all right.” Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Ikea shuttle buses don’t truck with many - Red Hook residents say that vehicles pose a threat on neighborhood streets

Red Hook residents complained that the Ikea store’s buses pose dangers to pedestrians and are a source of pollution at Community Board 6’s monthly transportation meeting last Thursday. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Call for change after cycling tragedies

While downtown Brooklyn is more bike-friendly than ever before, more must be done. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Brooklyn parents: DOE needs oversight

The next form of school governance should reestablish the power of local school districts and create a system to oversee the city Department of Education (DOE), according to Brooklyn parents and education activists. Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

Wyckoff street chases out traffic, brings in the fun

Festive frolickers soaked in equal parts sunshine and community spirit during a block party in Boerum Hill. Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

World peace starts on the streets of Brooklyn

Prospect Park became a verdant platform for borough peaceniks, who joined a cavalcade of speakers and performers at the band shell to spread the good word as part of an international peace vigil. Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

Where Martin Connor lost it all - Post-election tally tells the tale of 30-year incumbent’s defeat

In the final analysis, State Senator Martin Connor just didn’t have the numbers to defeat challenger Daniel Squadron in last week’s primary. Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

Trader Joe’s to open its doors soon

Brooklynites who have been licking their lips in anticipation of the imminent arrival of Trader Joe’s should get ready to pounce. Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

Teens demand car-free park - March over Brooklyn Bridge to oust traffic

As the Who song goes, “The kids are all right.” Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

3rd street families party outdoors

Sporting challenges, family frolics and more fanned the flame of friendship as residents gathered for block party festivities in Carroll Gardens. Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

One heck of a moustache

It wasn’t hormones or hair gel—it was Hashem who helped catapult a Brooklyn rabbi to victory at the First Annual Coney Island Beard and Moustache Competition last weekend. Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

New designs on the future of GAP

Ooh, la, la, Grand Army Plaza is about to undergo a rebirth – as Brooklyn’s version of the Arc de Triomphe. Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

More room to bike it - New lane on Hoyt Street

Bicyclists rejoice! Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

Kings County Democrats in turmoil - ‘We need better leadership,’ critic says

Tensions simmered at the Kings County Democratic Meeting at St. Francis College (180-182 Remsen Street) in downtown Brooklyn this past Monday as newly elected members of the party’s County Committee were repeatedly frustrated in their attempts to introduce new motions, fill vacancies and create additional committees within the party structure. Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

Gun buy back program hits target once more

Brooklyn’s holy rolling gun grab continued this past weekend, with a Coney Island church leading the borough’s efforts to rid the streets of illegal firearms. Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

Fear and loathing of BK traffic - Workshop tries to forecast the future of congestion

Transportation planners were all ears this week, gauging borough residents’ fear, and loathing for current and future traffic conditions. Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

Cycling tragedies hit hard - Renewed calls for enhanced safety measures ring out

While downtown Brooklyn is more bike-friendly than ever before, more must be done. Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

Columbia Street enjoys a day of fun

Homeowners embraced the final rays summer sunshine as block party fever seized homeowners along Columbia Street. Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

Clean sweep of parking rules - Residents debate pros & cons of street cleaning shake-up

Community Board 2 residents are confronting the old axiom, ‘be careful what you wish for.’ Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

Carroll Street has a block party blast

Kids romped on the traffic-free block and neighbors prepared grilled goodies to share with loved ones as block party festivities unfolded in Carroll Gardens. Comment.
Williamsburg

’Burg will never forget - Community marks 9/11 with candlelit vigil

Williamsburg residents joined their city and country in commemorating the attacks of September 11, 2001, banding together for a candlelight vigil led by City Councilmember Diana Reyna. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Rubber hits the road - Kids want car-free park

As the song by The Who goes, “The kids are all right.” Comment.
Greenpoint

Rabbi ‘sex’ shock - Man claims principal molested him

A Greenpoint man is suing his former Williamsburg Satmar Talmudic school, alleging that the school’s principal repeatedly molested him when he was an eight-year-old student in 1993. Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

P.S. 8 left back - School balks at failing grade

Two months ago, P.S. 8 was called a success. Now it’s called a failure. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Looking for a fighter - Critics urge de Blasio to step up

Local residents who feel they aren’t receiving nearly enough support from City Councilmember Bill de Blasio in their upcoming showdown with developer William Stein at the Board of Standards & Appeals (BSA) this month are letting their local elected official know about it. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

Gun buyback hits mark again - Brooklynites turn up to turn in deadly weapons

Brooklyn’s holy rolling gun grab continued this past weekend, with a Coney Island church leading the borough’s efforts to rid the streets of illegal firearms. Comment.
Brooklyn Courier

From worst to first - Failing P.S. 270 scores an ‘A’ this year

Last year, P.S. 270 was a failing school. Now it’s one of the best in the city. Comment.

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