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Gaiman, ‘Lemony Snicket’ share anecdotes, insight at BAM

What advice do two experienced authors have for aspiring writers? That's simple: Get to work.
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Sunset Park leaders give cops coins in show of support

When Sunset Park business and civic leaders wanted to show support for the cops in their local precinct, the 72nd, in the wake of the assassinations of detectives Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos, they put their money where their mouths were…literally. … Full Article
 

Jeffries says IRS should give cop charity donors more time

Residents who have opened their hearts to donate money to help the families of slain Brooklyn detectives should be granted an extension for filing their income taxes, according to U.S. Rep. Hakeem Jeffries. … Full Article
 

DUMBO gets its own beer

Two new beers, created by Coney Island Brewing Company, pay homage to Coney Island’s past and to the legacy of Brooklyn as a haven for artists. … Full Article
 

An evening with Ken Burns in Brooklyn Heights

Brooklyn Historical Society (BHS) will host a special evening with Academy Award-nominated producer and director Ken Burns, creator of the acclaimed documentaries “The Civil War,” “Baseball” and, most recently, “The Roosevelts: An Intimate History,” on March 10 from 6:30 to 9 p.m. … Full Article
 

Marvelous St. Marks Avenue

The already-landmarked sections of Crown Heights North are awesome, too. … Full Article
 

A Crown Heights North demolition, renovation and sale checklist

Gone Baby Gone. A Crown Heights North house was demolished recently in an area that has been calendared for consideration as a historic district, but not designated. It was part of the historic fabric of the neighborhood — and worth preserving. … Full Article
 

Eye candy: Crown Heights North, Phase III

Where did the first black woman to serve in Congress, Shirley Chisholm, live when she ran for President in 1972? What's a Kinko house? Do you know the way to Revere Place without resorting to Google Maps? … Full Article
 
 

Ponycon brings sweetness, smiles and bronies to Brooklyn Heights

On the coldest weekend in a decade, Brooklyn Heights was filled with sunshine and smiles as more than a thousand fans of the “My Little Pony” animated TV show flooded into St. Francis College for PonyconNYC. … Full Article
 

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