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December 18, 2018
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Farewell to Fall

And welcome winter...

Drink. Freshen Up. Think Positively.

Time to get into the spirit of Thanksgiving.

Trees Down in Carroll Park

Two big trees down. But real problem was flooding in Red Hook, Dumbo and Gowanus. See photos by photographer Joshua Kristal.

Baby Drama at Buschenschank on Court St.

The bar doesn't have high chairs. Some folks are irked about it. Others rejoice.

Brooklyn Artists Open Studios

"Go" Studios, this weekend. Here, Rachel Barrett's "Kale Road," showing at Invisible Dog Gallery on Bergen near Smith.

Marquet Patisserie on Court Street

Trendy coffeeshops increasingly grace our shores, while Lynne and Jean-Pierre Marquet continue to serve mouth-watering croissants on Court Street.

City To Demolish Brownstone

Brick by brick, city taking down 50-foot-wide brownstone next to PS 58 after its wall caved in during the night in early July.

Peek: Carroll Gardens Flea

Photographer Joshua Kristal peruses the annual market at Carroll Park.

Gender, Installation, India

Catch the last day of Prune Nourry's multimedia show at Invisible Dog Gallery on Bergen St.

Meatopia at Los Paisanos

Among various and diverse delights, we've discovered the Los Paisanos burger.

Bourgeois Pig: Lovely Cocktail Lounge

Recent visit to the fondue and raw bar was quite agreeable.

Boerum Hill’s Pulitzer Poet

Tracy K. Smith reads at Housing Works bookstore in Manhattan.

Buy Some Olives

@ Caputo's on Court and 4th Place. Photo of the Day by Joshua Kristal

Spring Ride Down One Way Streets

Brownstone Brooklyn: A series of one-way streets. Photo of the Day by Joshua Kristal.

Bloom’s Off the Tree

Spring was lovely white and pink. Now the petal sweep begins.

Sidewalk Runway: Skate Away the Blues

Diner owner rollerblades every day from Prospect Heights to 42nd Street in Manhattan.

Spring is Coming, Despite the Cold

We're getting a little taste of winter cold. But the buds are out. See what the Farmer's Almanac has to say.

Eli Smiles at South Brooklyn Post

Our intrepid photographer Joshua Kristal gets a big smile from the Super Bowl champ in Manhattan Tuesday.

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Oldest Organ in Brooklyn

Italian team fixes organ at Red Hook church. Music show to celebrate the church's revival this weekend.