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December 3, 2016
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Tag Archives: feature

Black Gold: Records & Coffee

Oh and some taxidermy, too

Sacred March, Carroll Gardens

Our video on local Italian-American ritual.

Preschool Crowding Peaks

Zoned siblings turned away for the first time.

Milly: Classic Carroll Gardens

Still in high heels, she turns 101 this year.

Gowanus Cleanup Controversy

EPA Could Send Sludge Red Hook. Red Hook not happy.

Bright Warm Fall

A tropical Autumn -- lovely and worrisome.

George Boorujy: Passenger

Brooklyn artist depicts North American wildlife at the PPOW Gallery in Chelsea

Lovely Carroll Park

It’s been a beautiful fall in Carroll Gardens.

Pick ’em Before They’re Gone.. or Order Online

Take a drive... or sit back and order from farmers at Good Eggs CSA.

Nachos, Blossoms, Taiwanese Pancakes

Renee Dale surveys the best of Brooklyn

Court St. Festival

Sunday, noon to 6 p.m., meet your neighbors, from the old-timers, here since this was Brooklyn's Little Italy, to the nuevo French and beyond.

Holler & Squall on Atlantic Ave.

Antiques, taxidermy, stylish finds.

What do you think?

Simplicity

  Latte at Cafe Pedlar. One of life’s little pleasures.

Lulu & Me: Fresh and Worth a Visit

Visit Madison Square Park, hit the Museum of Math, and head into Lulu & Me for an award-winning dessert -- on the house for South Brooklyn Post readers.

Festival Season Upon Us

Go hear some music.

Ken Solomon at Josée Bienvenu Gallery

A painterly stroke creates dramatic still life from digital imagery.

Spring in Carroll Gardens

... is beautiful. A tulip oasis on 1st Place, between Clinton and Henry.

The Joy of Spring

We don't always get Spring, so enjoy! Enjoy!

Artist Swoon, in Gowanus

Graffiti art on Union