This Week In BKLYNER: Boozing Bus Driver, Carvel, Coffee & More

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Violinist plays at the Manhattan Bridge Archway, DUMBO (Photo: Nathan Haselby)

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Downtown Brooklyn: Man Beaten to Death in Downtown Homeless Shelter

Cobble Hill: An Evening On Atlantic Avenue: Yemen Café & Mocha Hooka

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Flatlands: Drunk Driving MTA Employee Crashes Bus in Flatlands

Central Brooklyn: Head Of Brooklyn’s West Indian American Day Carnival, Bill Howard, Dies at 75

Bay Ridge: Local Group Challenges State Senator Golden At Bay Ridge Summer Stroll

Bensonhurst: Bensonhurst Rallies Against Hateful Anti-Chinese Graffiti

Williamsburg: Dead Body Found in Williamsburg’s La Guardia Playground

Coney Island: Isaiah Whitehead Gives Back To Coney Island

Prospect Heights: Brooklyn’s Largest Ceramics Studio Will Open In Prospect Heights This Fall

Greenpoint: Waterfront Park Opens at Greenpoint Landing

Park Slope: DOT Begins 9th Street Redesign This Week

East Flatbush: Protestors Want Nail Salon Shut Down After Woman Is Beaten

Boerum Hill: 80 Flatbush Proposal Approved By City Planning Commission

Ditmas Park: Carvel Ice Cream Coming To Ditmas Park!

Brooklyn-wide: The Most Dangerous Spots in Brooklyn for Cyclists and Pedestrians

Park Slope: Dine In Park Slope: Neighborhood Eateries Will Offer Dining Specials August 20-30

Coney Island: Coney Island Man Indicted For Immigrant Asylum Scam

Kensington: Kensington Shows Support For Students Protesting In Bangladesh

Brooklyn-wide: Council Member Treyger Introduces Bill To Help Victims Of Domestic Violence With Divorce

Coney Island: Council Members Celebrate—And Dance—On Landmarked Coney Island Boardwalk

Flatbush: A Musical Theater Nerd’s Fight For Progress

Park Slope: Velvette Brew Opens Second Café In Park Slope

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