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Monday, May 25, 2015

Your perfect day in Coney Island

Event: Coney Island truly is the People’s Playground. Brooklyn’s entertainment capital has amusements to delight every visitor, young or old. So jump on the F train and follow our guide to having fun in the sun-soaked neighborhood at any age. Comments (3).

Game on! A look ahead at this year’s Cyclones season

Cyclones: Our Boys of Summer are back on June 20. Comment.

The best beach reads this summer

Books: Brooklyn booksellers offer their top picks. Comment.

Sunday, May 24, 2015

Taking stock: It’s tough to find sale items these days!

Rhymes with Crazy: Not everyone shares my hobby, but let me put it out there. It is grocery shopping. Nothing I enjoy more. And since we live in the city, I’m shopping all the time, because who has space for those container ports of Country Crock the folks in the suburbs stock up on? Comments (1).

Friday, May 22, 2015

Oh, scrappy day! City brings composting pick-up to Greenpoint

Greenpoint: The city is expanding its fledgling food-waste recycling program to Greenpoint next month, offering curbside collection of table scraps and yard trimmings, which it will transform into plant food and, eventually, natural gas. Comments (18).

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Where to drink boozy slushies this summer

Dining: They’re the hottest cold drink around! Comments (2).

Five things to do in Brooklyn this week!

Editor’s Picks: Cats, fairs, dance, John Waters — it is all happening in Brooklyn. Comment.

Blaze of glory: FDNY ambulance crews battle it out in EMS competition

Downtown: They’re the best of New York’s Best. Comment.

It is NHL playoffs season in Bay Ridge

Bay Ridge Nights: Our pals at BrooklynDaily.com name the best bars to watch the Rangers take on Tampa. Comment.

Drone-trification!

Bay Ridge: Owl’s Head Park ‘bee hotel’ hopes to attract honied newcomers to neighborhood. Comments (4).

Bartoonist wets his whistle by the waterfront

Bar Scrawl: Our drinking illustrator visits the Hop Shop, a beer bar in the Columbia Street Waterfront District. Comments (1).