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Sunday, March 29, 2015

It’s over! Carmine’s column canceled, replacement sought

Sunday Screech: Oh, man, wait until Carmine reads about this! Comments (5).

Friday, March 27, 2015

Businesses rail against weekend L train closure

Williamsburg: They are raising L. Comments (22).

Cops seeking attempted rapist

Williamsburg: Cops are looking for a man who beat and attempted to rape a woman after following her into her Williamsburg apartment building. Comments (6).

Bartoonist hits a sweet spot

Bar Scrawl: Our drinking illustrator visits a combination bakery and bar in Crown Heights. Comments (1).

Five things to do in Brooklyn this week!

Editor’s Picks: Puppet burlesque, BritPop Bingo, and operathon, and other great things to do in Brooklyn, March 27–April 2. Comment.

Bay Ridge is still going green

Bay Ridge Nights: Over at BrooklynDaily.com, it is week four of Bay Ridge Nights’ exhaustive Saint Patrick’s Day coverage! Comment.

Cops: Man tried to lure child into car

Williamsburg: Police are searching for a man they say tried to lure an 11-year-old into his car and then followed her on foot for a short while before she ran away. Comment.

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Sit on it! Reynoso and Rizzo arrested at senior center protest

Williamsburg: They sat down for justice. Comments (9).

Growing pains: P’Slope group to explain how Methodist expansion will affect neighbors

Park Slope: Get the low-down on what is going up. Comments (1).

Bushwick native uses art and Etch-A-Sketch to fight gentrification

Art: A homegrown Bushwick artist is hoping to etch out some space for her neighborhood’s old school population. Comments (13).

The Nets’ home-team disadvantage

Flagrant Fowl: Crummy says the teams struggles in its own nest. Comments (2).

Ice-skating show brings People’s Playground to P’Park

Event: These kids looked as sharp as their skates. Comment.

‘Fearless’ parenting is the goal — not always the reality

Fearless Parenting: This week, Stephanie aspires to live up to the name of her column. Comment.