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Deep freeze in Red Hook

The other day we went looking for icicles — and found them on Valentino Pier. We wanted to snap photos of winter scenes in Red Hook. … Full Article

Landmarks Preservation Commission calls for tweaks to plan for Clinton Hill church repairs

Jeffrey Gershon's Hope Street Capital is seeking a special zoning permit to build a 29-story apartment tower in Clinton Hill. And restoring the nearby Church of St. Luke and St. Matthew is a crucial part of the development plan. … Full Article

Trial begins for federal corrections officer accused of raping female inmate

Prosecutors in Brooklyn’s federal court detailed the accused rape of an inmate at a Sunset Park jail by a corrections officer at the lieutenant’s Tuesday trial. … Full Article

Brooklyn CB6 to vote on Fourth Avenue bike lane plan Wednesday

The New York City Department of Transportation’s (DOT) plan to add 8 miles of protected bike lanes to Brooklyn’s Fourth Avenue is coming up for a vote at Community Board 6 (CB6) Wednesday night. The proposed lanes would run along Fourth Avenue from Sunset Park to Atlantic Avenue. … Full Article

Report: Rezoning could cause Gowanus heat waves; Green mandates recommended

Gowanus is one of the trendiest neighborhoods in Brooklyn, but will its upcoming rezoning make the neighborhood way too hot? … Full Article

Brooklyn Law School teams with Deloitte to teach law students essential business skills

Brooklyn Law School, in collaboration with Deloitte Risk and Financial Advisory (Deloitte) and John P. … Full Article

Grace Church Brooklyn Heights calls first black rector in 170-year history

Grace Church Brooklyn Heights, which was founded in 1847, has announced that the Rev. Dr. Allen F. Robinson will be its 15th rector — and first black rector in the parish’s 170-year history. … Full Article

Brooklyn authors to discuss their literary response to the 2016 election at Greenlight Bookstore

“It Occurs to Me That I Am America” is a collaboration of authors and artists born in response to the 2016 election. Two of the book’s contributors, Bliss Broyard and Philip Gourevitch, are Brooklyn residents. … Full Article

Coming to BAM: Public conversation on 'When They Call You a Terrorist'

In her new memoir “When They Call You a Terrorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir,” written with Asha Bandale, Patrisse Khan-Cullors reinforces the famous dictum “the personal is political.” The two co-authors will be in conversation with Rashad Robinson at the Brooklyn Academy of Music with G … Full Article

Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce gets set to celebrate centennial

The year 2018 is shaping up to be a busy one for the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, which is making big plans to host a once in a lifetime celebration of its centennial and is busy mapping out a schedule of important meetings with key lawmakers at the federal, state and city levels of govern … Full Article


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