Brooklyn Courier

Thursday, Sept. 29, 2011

Williamsburg

Call it ‘Williams-bird’! Artist plasters neighborhood with flying friends

Erik Berglin is turning Williamsburg into his own personal aviary. Comment.
Williamsburg

Plato smash! ‘Action Philosophers’ to hit the stage next week

It’ll be the most entertaining Philosophy 101 class you’ve ever sat through. Comment.
Williamsburg

So who are the ‘Action Philosphers’?

Here’s a quick and lobrow run down of all the egg heads in The Brick play. Comment.

Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2011

Red Hook

The champs! Red Hook vendors win the ‘Vendy Cup’

Solber Pupusas, the pride of the Red Hook ball fields, has again shown the world that it makes the best damn street food in the city. But you knew that. Comment.

Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2011

Boerum Hill

Your guide to the Atlantic Antic!

You can’t tell Brooklyn’s best street fest without a scorecard — so here’s the scorecard! Comments (1).
Prospect Heights

Jay-Z confirms that he’ll christen the Barclays Center

The hip hop legend, media mogul and minuscule Nets owner will do at least one show at the new arena next summer. Comment.
Downtown

MTA finally gives up its Jay Street ghost

The cash-strapped agency will finally let the city find a new use for Downtown eyesore. Comment.
BoroBeat

Brooklyn Heights chooses top dog — it’s Woodley!

The second annual Brooklyn Heights Dog Show brought canines big and small, but only one Goldendoodle stole the show! Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

Full ‘Steamer’ ahead!

Jo Haller quickly bobbed and weaved with the ball through defenders outside the box. Comment.

Sunday, Sept. 25, 2011

Brooklyn Courier

Sunday Reading: The Nottingham Association seeks merry men

For this civic group, things ain’t the way they used to be. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Comment.
Fort Greene

This ‘Next Wave’ fest finally lives up to its name

The curtain is up at Brooklyn’s most forward-thinking performance art festival — and this year is all about taking risks. Comment.

Friday, Sept. 23, 2011

Prospect Heights

He’s a business, man — Jay-Z to christen the Barclays Center

The hip hop legend, media mogul and miniscule Nets owner will be making a big announcement on Monday. We think we know what it is. Comment.

Thursday, Sept. 22, 2011

Brooklyn Courier

Police arrest suspect in Midwood murder

A 29-year-old Midwood man — who may have forecast his intention to kill his girlfriend on his Facebook page — surrendered to authorities on Wednesday after they accused him of shooting and killing his 31-year-old beau inside their Ocean Avenue apartment near Avenue J. Comments (2).

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