Dime Bank hosts ribbon-cutting ceremony, opens new corporate office at Pierrepont Plaza

On Thursday, the Dime Community Savings Bank held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for their new corporate headquarters at One Pierrepont Plaza in Brooklyn Heights. Elected officials and distinguished guests helped welcome Dime to its new home. … Full Article

For NYC, Music is Big Business: Commissioner Julie Menin introduces the new economic impact study at Brooklyn Bowl

On Monday morning, the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce hosted a special neighborhood edition of Brooklyn Newsmakers event series welcoming Commissioner Julie Menin to Brooklyn Bowl. … Full Article

Meet Chadwick’s award-winning executive chef

Chadwick’s Restaurant, at 8822 Third Ave. in Bay Ridge, is known for its outstanding culinary cuisine, and Executive Chef Zack Stapelman is enjoying his role overseeing one of Brooklyn’s finest kitchens. … Full Article

Grigos looks forward to new role at Bay Ridge Credit Union

Anthony Grigos, who has been appointed president and CEO of the Bay Ridge Federal Credit Union, said he is looking forward to his new role at the firm where he served as second in command for four years. … Full Article

Brooklyn pols praise Small Business Services outreach to immigrants

Nearly half of the small businesses in New York City are owned by immigrants. And the de Blasio administration is stepping up its efforts to help them prosper. … Full Article

Brooklyn Brewery co-founder picked up brewing in Middle East

Brooklyn Brewery co-founder Steve Hindy picked up his interest in home brewing from an unusual source: American diplomats in Saudi Arabia, where Islamic law prohibits alcoholic drinks. … Full Article

Ridgewood Savings Bank teams up with Islanders to rack up charitable donations for every goalie save

In keeping with their slogan, “multiply the good,” Ridgewood Savings Bank has again teamed up with the New York Islanders, pledging to donate $10 to local charities for every save made by an Islanders goalie this season. … Full Article

There's good reason to raise your glass and celebrate

The Act took effect at 12:01 a.m. April 7, 1933 when President Franklin Roosevelt took the first step toward ending Prohibition. … Full Article

Greenpoint Chamber of Commerce hosts forum at National Sawdust

Monday night at National Sawdust, home of an extraordinary high-tech renovation for recording, performing and, well, partying, the Greenpoint Chamber of Commerce morphed into a broader-based role as the North Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce. And they had a great time  doing it. … Full Article

City says BIDs help improve neighborhoods

Business improvement districts (BIDs) do more than improve the bottom line for storeowners, according to the New York City Department of Small Business Services (SBS), which has issued an eye-opening report detailing the ways in which BIDs invest in their communities to make the neighborhoo … Full Article


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