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Goblins and superheroes — and nightmarish political candidates, no doubt —  will soon be haunting the parades, parties, streets and alleys of Brooklyn. … Full Article

Captain America is just a kid from Brooklyn after all

Marvel Comics legendary character Captain America routed costumed villains, an unexpected summer rain squall, equatorial humidity and a smattering of local naysayers — who found his presence in a public park inappropriate — to delight fans with the formal unveiling of a bronze likeness in P … Full Article

Working on Greenest Block Contest brings people together in Flatbush

Stroll along 25th Street in Flatbush on a warm summer day. … Full Article

Final Summer Stroll event set for Aug. 12

Already basking in the glory of three successful Summer Stroll on 3rd nights held earlier this summer, the Merchants of Third Avenue group is busy preparing for the fourth and final stroll this Friday, Aug. 12. … Full Article

At Prospect Park Zoo, bird Looks like it's wearing white hoodie over orange head

The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) says two painted storks are making their public debut at the Prospect Park Zoo. … Full Article
Steve Duncan Explains What Urban Exploration Really Means

Video: Steve Duncan explains what urban exploration really means

In this Brooklyn Eagle video, our Scott Enman talks to Brooklyn urban explorer Steve Duncan— profiled here – about the meaning of an urban explo … Full Article

How polka dots are bringing Bay Ridge together

There’s a polka dot party going on in Bay Ridge and everyone is invited to join the fun. … Full Article

A Talk With Steve Duncan: Brooklyn’s urban explorer, daredevil and sewer man

Speaking with Steve Duncan, it’s hard to keep up with all of his exploits. Whether he’s causing a traffic jam by climbing a New York City bridge or being swarmed by military police outside the Moscow Kremlin, one thing is for sure: his life is anything but ordinary.  … Full Article

3rd Annual Brooklyn Music Festival comes to Governors Island

Put on your dancing shoes, because the third annual Brooklyn Music Festival is coming to Governors Island this Sunday. … Full Article

French volunteers perform restoration work in Green-Wood Cemetery

Proof that France’s generosity to the U.S. … Full Article

Brooklyn Heights Association working to expand and improve tree pits on Brooklyn Heights streets

The Brooklyn Heights Association (BHA) is making a move towards larger tree pits in the streets of Brooklyn Heights, in the hopes that this will lead to healthier trees and a healthier city.   … Full Article


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