Atlantic Yards

NYRP/BAM to present immersive dance performance

On July 17 and 18, Arts in the Gardens — a series by New York Restoration Project (NYRP) and Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) — will present a two-night run of The Dance Cartel’s “Wet Clutch.”  … Full Article

Marcy Plaza Farmers Market, EmblemHealth return to Bed-Stuy for 2015 season

The Marcy Plaza Farmers Market will make its official return to Bedford-Stuyvesant on Wednesday, July 15 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 11 a.m. … Full Article

Velazquez calls on Obama to fix Puerto Rico’s debt crisis

The world’s attention is focused on the financial crisis in Greece, but a debt dilemma closer to U.S. shores has a local member of Congress reaching out to the White House for help. … Full Article

Pratt unveils new state-of-the-art film and video building

Pratt Institute recently opened a new home for its Film/Video Department in the former Prattstore building at 550 Myrtle Ave. in Brooklyn, as part of the university’s main campus. … Full Article

CB2 committee approves sale of Brooklyn Heights Library, with caveats

Community Board 2’s Land Use Committee voted 8 to 4 to approve the controversial $52 million sale and development of the Brooklyn Heights Library – with caveats -- Monday night at a meeting at St. Francis College. … Full Article

Promenade Gardens getting a modern makeover with WiFi

Volunteers gathered at the Promenade Gardens in Brooklyn Heights on Tuesday morning to pack new plants into the dirt, trim the brush and help solve the modern problem of bringing WiFi to the Promenade. … Full Article

Williamsburg gears up for 128th annual Giglio Festival

Italians in Williamsburg hold three major feasts especially close to their hearts —Easter, Christmas and the annual Giglio Festival at Our Lady of Mount Carmel parish. … Full Article

Community, Brooklyn leaders announce vision for public middle school at Atlantic Yards

A coalition on Tuesday announced M.S. OneBrooklyn, a community vision for a new public middle school to serve District 13. … Full Article

Grandma's House, destroyed by Sandy in South Street Seaport, comes to Brooklyn

When Superstorm Sandy swept through the South Street Seaport area, destroying a number of popular businesses, one of the victims was a restaurant called Grandma’s House. Today, more than two years later, Grandma’s House has been recreated at 364 Atlantic Ave. in Boerum Hill. … Full Article

PHOTOS: Gotham films in DUMBO

The Fox action-packed drama "Gotham" is filming for its second season, and it stopped near the archway in DUMBO on a humid Tuesday morning. The Brooklyn Daily Eagle was able to sneak in some up-close photos from the set. … Full Article


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