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The home of  Brooklyn's most famous cheesecake is not for sale after all. The owner of Junior's Restaurant has decided not to sell the building that houses the restaurant. … Full Article

Scavenger hunt, poetry slam, live music all part of Summer Stroll plans

Following a brainstorming session that took place on Monday, plans for the Third Annual Summer Stroll on 3rd are starting to take shape, with store owners on the commercial strip and Bay Ridge community leaders talking about entertaining the crowds with a scavenger hunt, a poetry slam and plenty  … Full Article

Chamber of Commerce aims to help veteran-owned businesses

As a lieutenant colonel, Irving Donaldson led the 369th Infantry Regiment, also known as the Harlem Hellfighters, into Iraq in 2004. … Full Article

TLC backs down after impounding Boro Park volunteer driver’s vehicle

Borough Park “Chesed” drivers and local politicians were outraged when Taxi & Limousine Officials pulled over one of the company’s volunteer drivers en route transporting cancer patients to a hospital this morning, issuing several tickets and even impounding the vehicle.  … Full Article

Crain's event asks if landmarking is out of control

A cataclysm of divergent views sparred in a healthy (if occasionally contentions) forum sponsored by Crain’s New York Business. … Full Article

Brooklyn furniture designer Jim Malone: Sometimes the future is in the past

Although artist Jim Malone was not born in Brooklyn, it was for good reason that he and his wife moved to Fort Greene, where they live today. … Full Article

DiNapoli: Brooklyn is king of NYC economic growth, though challenges remain

Brooklyn has achieved extraordinary economic growth, including the first increase in the manufacturing sector in several decades, but challenges remain, New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli reported to an audience in Williamsburg today. … Full Article

Water nymph graces Brooklyn Heights window

Passers-by on Montague Street did double-takes when they realized that the beautiful water nymph sitting in the window of M.A.C. makeup store was a living human. … Full Article

New York sees decrease in unemployment benefit claims

The number of people seeking U.S. unemployment benefits jumped last week, but remained at a low level that suggests hiring should remain steady. … Full Article

Airbnb user data to be disclosed to Attorney General Schneiderman

Airbnb, a web site that allows users to rent out lodging to visitors, has reached a settlement with Attorney General Eric Schneiderman to disclose its data on apartment hosts in the New York area.
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Nets' Coney Island store re-opens Friday

The Nets Shop by adidas at Coney Island re-opens this summer on Friday, May 23 at 10 a.m. The store is located at 3015 Stillwell Ave. between Surf Ave. and the Boardwalk, across the street from the original Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog stand and next to the historic Wonder Wheel. … Full Article

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