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New Bushwick Cafe Where You Can Get a Healthy Meal & Not Go Broke

VIDEO: Meet the new Bushwick cafe where health and affordability intersect

Francesca Chaney was raised by a nutritionist mother in a plant-based home. … Full Article

Landmarks Preservation Commission takes a step toward protecting historic Carroll Gardens kindergarten from demolition

There's encouraging news for Carroll Gardens residents who are campaigning to save Brooklyn's first freestanding free kindergarten from being torn down and replaced with a condo building. It's on the docket at the city Landmarks Preservation Commission. … Full Article

Domino Park will open in June on Williamsburg waterfront

Come walk for the first time through Domino Park. There are 80-foot-tall cranes and 36-foot-high syrup tanks, a waterfront esplanade — and playground equipment that looks like a miniature sugar refinery. … Full Article

Stolen checks, credit info ‘fished’ by thieves from NYC mailboxes

Think twice before dropping your mail into the corner mailbox. An old trick called mailbox fishing is back, and thieves have been making off with checks, money orders and credit card accounts stolen from mailboxes around the city, including Brooklyn Heights. … Full Article

Heights Players perform Neil Simon’s ‘The Gingerbread Lady’

At the time of the creation of “The Gingerbread Lady,” Neil Simon, its writer, was the hottest, funniest writer on Broadway. He wrote this play to prove that under all that “Odd Couple” comedy, he had serious balls.  … Full Article

Father of man shot by NYPD says he was ill, but harmless

The father of a man killed by police officers in Brooklyn said his son was bipolar and wasn’t taking his medication, but was not dangerous and didn’t deserve to die. … Full Article

When is the next bus? In Brooklyn, LinkNYC kiosk has answer

Residents of Park Slope and other nearby communities will soon be getting a new way to tell how long they will have to wait for the next bus to arrive. … Full Article

Brooklyn sex trafficker gets 6 years

A Bedford-Stuyvesant sex trafficker made a last ditch effort to change his attorney before a Brooklyn judge sentenced him to six years in prison on Wednesday.  … Full Article

Transit advocates say state budget doesn’t go far enough

The state budget agreement hammered out by Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the State Legislature last weekend doesn’t do enough to fix New York City’s deteriorating subway system, transit advocates charged. … Full Article

Popularity of iconic Brooklyn Bridge walkway calls for redesign, or banning something

When the Brooklyn Bridge walkway was crammed to capacity this past weekend, it was just one of many instances of pedestrian and cyclists overcrowding on the famed bridge and sometimes coming into conflict with each other.  … Full Article


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