The Brooklyn Paper's Andy Campbell visits and works out at the Green Fitness Studio in East Williamsburg.
The Courier's Steve Witt's mosque story continues to gain some steam, as he reports from Community Board 15.
The New York Observer's Reid Pillifant has been following Harold Ford around for the past week, reporting from Buffalo, but he was back on his home turf in Williamsburg last Friday with a look inside Cono's restaurant and Ford's politicking at Vito's zero martini lunch.
The Brooklyn Downtown Star's Dan Bush has a one-on-one interview with new Council member Steve Levin. What do they talk about? Zoning of course.
It's a little out of the area, but it's nice to see Council member Leroy Comrie (and starting left tackle on The Jack Hammers) get a City Hall profile on his new role as Land Use Chair.
Chris Bragg gets around. He also talked with old friends Matt Silverstein and Costa Constantinides who are reviving (or depending on your opinion, being co-opted by) the Queens County Democratic Party.
WG News and Arts' Phil DePaolo takes a closer look at the city budget.
New York Shitty's Miss Heather finds what is believed to be the ####iest car in North Brooklyn and in a nod to Bob Guskind, two classic street couches.
Finally, the Greenpoint Gazette's Juliet Linderman has been in Costa Rica the past week, but check out her profile of Pastor Ann Kansfield.