Brooklyn Courier

Friday, Oct. 7, 2011

Downtown

First of all, the 370 Jay St. thing is big news

We’ve undergone a dramatic transformation in Downtown in recent years, revitalized by an ever-growing stream of businesses, residents, and visitors. Comments (2).
Downtown

What should the city do with 370 Jay St.?

The MTA has finally pulled out of its largely abandoned headquarters on Jay Street in Downtown. We asked two area leaders what they want to see happen next. Click below for their opinion pieces.
Downtown

Make it a haven for small biz

Now that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has agreed to give up its lease on the city-owned 370 Jay St. building, the question keeps coming up: What should be done with this eyesore of a building? Comment.

Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2011

BoroBeat

Atlantic Antic does it again!

There’s a reason why the Antic is the largest street fair in New York — and now you can read all about it! Comment.
Fort Greene

Beer-tacular: Get woozy on craft brew at the Brooklyn Pour

It’s all-you-can drink, too. Comment.

Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2011

Park Slope

Marc Ribot rocks ‘The Kid’ this Saturday at PS 10

Brooklyn-based composer and experimental guitar guru Marc Ribot will perform his original musical score to Charlie Chaplin’s “The Kid” live at a screening of the film at PS 10 in the South Slope on Oct. 15. Comment.

Monday, Oct. 3, 2011

Greenpoint

Brooklyn Fishing Derby — oh, it’s on!

As kickball closes, Williamsburg’s other major sport opens its brief season. Comment.

Saturday, Oct. 1, 2011

BoroBeat

‘Tunnel to Towers’ run draws Bravest from all over

The 10th annual race was more celebratory than mournful as tens of thousands of runners put their best foot forward in memory of 9-11 firefighter Stephen Siller, who worked in Park Slope. Comment.

Friday, Sept. 30, 2011

BoroBeat

‘Attention’ must be paid to world poverty

Doctors Without Borders recreated a medical unit in Grand Army Plaza to show their work in the world’s hunger hotspots. Comment.
Park Slope

This red tail hawk is soaring like an eagle!

Parks officials set free a once-injured hawk in Prospect Park on Thursday, trumpeting the release as a symbol that the city aims to make parks “friendlier” to urban wildlife. Comment.

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