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    Nov 7, 2017 | The Brooklyn Paper

    That was the consensus on the latest edition of Brooklyn Paper Radio when beloved comic-book artist Dean Haspiel joined host Vince DiMiceli and GO Brooklyn editor Bill Roundy to talk about his latest graphic novel, his move into writing words without pictures, and why its a good idea to immerse yourself in the things you love if you want to make those things your life's work. "As much as you try to crack the code of doing something completely original, it's almost impossible," Haspiel said while discussing some of the influences for some of the characters he created in his new web comic "War Cry."

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  2. Miles of motivation: Cheering fans help runners complete longest leg of New York City Marathon in boroRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 6, 2017 | The Brooklyn Paper

    More than 51,000 runners slogged through Kings County as they ran the longest leg of the New York City Marathon on Sunday, where they were cheered on by a crowd packed with young Brooklynites that made the roughly 11-mile stretch a breeze, according to a participant. "It's my favorite part," said David Roher, a history teacher who traveled from New Jersey and ran in an Iron Man costume.

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  3. September 17: Iss. 38Read the original story

    Sep 22, 2017 | The Brooklyn Paper

    Face it, we live in a world of winners and losers. And this week's Brooklyn Paper print edition puts that truism in harsh relief.

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  4. June 17: Iss. 24Read the original story

    Sep 22, 2017 | The Brooklyn Paper

    Harried commuters, desperate beggars, cripples of all sorts - in the subway, we see them all. Writer-performer Michael Schwartz puts then onstage in his hilarious, heartrending and ultimately brilliant one-man show about seven people waiting for a train that never arrives.

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  5. August 19: Iss. 34Read the original story

    Aug 19, 2016 | The Brooklyn Paper

    It's been nearly a year since the Brooklyn Republican party had a leader - and it may not get one any time soon, according to our pals at BrooklynDaily.com. Read more The Cyclones were back on the field - after a two-day All-Star break - but it wasn't a happy return as Brooklyn gave up a late-game lead, falling to Staten Island on Wednesday night.

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  6. November 21: Iss. 47Read the original story

    Nov 21, 2014 | The Brooklyn Paper

    Prospect Lefferts Gardens bar Erv's on Beekman is cramped, sparsely decorated, and weirdly located - but the bartenders and drinks are fantastic, our drinking illustrator reports. Comments Play "Star Wars" trivia, get your holiday shopping done, hear some delicious stories, and other things to do in Brooklyn Nov. 21-26.

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  7. October 17: Iss. 42Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2014 | The Brooklyn Paper

    It is halfway to St. Patrick's Day, and in Bay Ridge, that is reason to celebrate, according to our pals at BrooklynDaily.com. Comment A group wants to bring the Loew's Kings Theatre's original pipe organ back to the famed movie house - but first they need to figure out how to get the instrument back to Brooklyn.

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  8. July 18: Iss. 29Read the original story

    Jul 18, 2014 | The Brooklyn Paper

    Brooklyn Flea's Ice Cream Bonanza, the Busker Ball, the best Beatles tribute band, and more things to see and do in Brooklyn July 18-24. Comment The Summer Stroll on Third Avenue is back in Bay Ridge on July 18, and our pals at BrooklynDaily.com have all the details! Comment The Mets front office has stepped up to the plate by signing slugging outfielder Mike Conforto for $2.97 millions - a move that could end with a championship in Brooklyn, says our columnist.

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  9. Yanks beat Cyclones in rain-shortened gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 7, 2017 | The Brooklyn Paper

    Yankees pitchers Juan De Paula and Kaleb Ort allowed just two hits and one run between them, and the Evil Empire did just enough to hand the Cyclones a third-straight loss in a rain-shortened game. The Yankees got all their runs in early.

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  10. Police talk down man from Verrazano-Narrows BridgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 7, 2017 | The Brooklyn Paper

    Police saved a man from jumping nearly 700 feet off the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge into the waters below on Aug. 2. A passerby called 911 after watching the 28-year-old get out of his car and climb over the railing on the Bay Ridge-to-Staten Island span at about 8:30 am, according to authorities. Police choppers and boats circled above and waited in the harbor below while emergency responders talked with the emotionally disturbed man for nearly six hours as he hung from the railing on the bridge's ledge, officials said.

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  11. Verrazano-Narrows Bridge no longer accepting cash paymentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 12, 2017 | The Brooklyn Paper

    The city rolled out cashless tolling on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge for smoother commutes starting July 8. The span joined six other city bridges that have eliminated toll booths as part of Gov. Cuomo's cashless initiative, and swapped singles for sensors that scan and charge drivers through their license plates. Here's what Rock-bound drivers should know about the change: Drivers can zoom across the bridge without dealing with toll booths, toll barriers, or dedicated toll lanes.

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  12. Draw bridges: Trump inspires painting of VerrazanoRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 6, 2017 | The Brooklyn Paper

    A Bedford-Stuyvesant artist will discuss his Trump-inspired exhibition "Bridges" at a Fort Greene arts space on July 12. The show, on display at Bric Arts Media through Aug. 6, features paintings of almost every bridge in the five boroughs, and is meant to help people talk about bridging their political differences. The idea struck the painter while he attended New York City's Women's March in January.

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  13. Five things to do in Brooklyn this weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 6, 2017 | The Brooklyn Paper

    The People have spoken: Afrobeat band People's Champs will play a free concert as part of the Bric Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival on July 7. Drink up!: Your friendly neighborhood bartoonist will be peddling copies of his bar review comic "Bar Scrawl" at Pete's Mini Zine Festival on July 8. Play ball!: Filmmaker Jay Cusato's short documentary about stickball "When Broomsticks Were King" will screen at MCU Park on July 9. Boogie down in Prospect Park with the Brooklyn 10-piece band People's Champs, which blends Afrobeat, indie rock, and hip-hop to make dance-party jams. The band opens for funky soul singer Musiq Soulchild at the Bric Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival show.

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  14. It's a hit! Stickball returns to MCU ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 4, 2017 | The Brooklyn Paper

    Brooklynites can get a taste of the street game stickball on July 9, when fans of the old-timey ball game face off in a match before a Cyclones game at MCU Park. Stickball was popular in the first half of the 20th century and waned after, but the game is still alive and well in Kings County - and this stint in Coney Island can only create more buzz, according to the event's organizer.

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    Jun 30, 2017 | The Brooklyn Paper

    Punchable: Sheepshead Bay native Martin Shkreli - also known as "the most hated man in America" - is back in Brooklyn, on trail in federal court on charges of running a multi-million-dollar Ponzi scheme. Dozens of New Yorkers just can't stand the Sheepshead Bay-born-and-bred Martin Shkreli - also known as "pharma bro" and "the most hated man in America" - who jacked up the prices of life-saving drugs.

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  16. Least-favorite son: Sheepshead Bay native Martin Shkreli back in Brooklyn for fraud trialRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 29, 2017 | The Brooklyn Paper

    Dozens of New Yorkers just can't stand the Sheepshead Bay-born-and-bred Martin Shkreli - also known as "pharma bro" and "the most hated man in America" - who jacked up the prices of life-saving drugs. Shkreli is back in his native Brooklyn for trial on fraud charges.

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  17. Recycling the Rock! Charity sells salvaged appliances from the other borough on the cheapRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 28, 2017 | The Brooklyn Paper

    A charity group is salvaging appliances from Hurricane Sandy-damaged homes on the Rock and re-selling them for bargain basement rates at a new store in Gowanus, according to the organization's head honcho. "Most of the items we sell are at 50 percent retail value, so you're looking at significant savings," said Kimberly George of Rebuilding Together NYC, the local branch of a national organization that works with low-income homeowners.

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  18. CommentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 22, 2017 | The Brooklyn Paper

    Goner: Cyclones manager Tom Gamboa, who led the team for three sub-par seasons, has been replaced by former Met Edgardo Alfonzo, whose brother led the team to a championship in 2001. High winds and heavy downpours washed away the Cyclones' season opener with the hated Staten Island Yankees on the Rock last night, putting the Brooklyn debut of a catcher named Sanchez and a would-be pipefitter named Johnson on hold for at least a day.

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  19. After rainout, Cyclones to open season tonight in Coney IslandRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 20, 2017 | The Brooklyn Paper

    Goner: Cyclones manager Tom Gamboa, who led the team for three sub-par seasons, has been replaced by former Met Edgardo Alfonzo, whose brother led the team to a championship in 2001. High winds and heavy downpours washed away the Cyclones' season opener with the hated Staten Island Yankees on the Rock last night, putting the Brooklyn debut of a catcher named Sanchez and a would-be pipefitter named Johnson on hold for at least a day.

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  20. Immersive reporting: Journo takes the ferry to workRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 5, 2017 | The Brooklyn Paper

    New routine?: Bay Ridgites meandered down to the American Veterans Memorial Pier to test out the new citywide ferry on June 1. The Southern Brooklyn ferry route launched from Bay Ridge Thursday morning and I was among the smattering of commuters who boarded a vessel and cruised to work in style. Travelers can now voyage from Bay Ridge to Sunset Park, Red Hook , Brooklyn Heights, and Dumbo all in a mere 42 minutes, before shoving off to the distant isle of Manhattan.

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