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BRIC wins 2 NY Emmy Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Television

Since its inception last year, award-winning cable TV and digital network BRIC TV has strived to publicize and expose the lesser-known issues affecting Brooklyn. … Full Article

New law allows merchants to be notified of complaints

The city will create a notification system to allow business owners to be informed about excessive noise and other complaints lodged against them under a new law recently signed by Mayor Bill de Blasio. … Full Article

International ePrix Formula E Car Championship coming to Brooklyn expected to draw thousands

They’re competing on the streets of Hong Kong, Marrakesh, Buenos Aires, Monaco and Paris. … Full Article

Brooklyn’s CB6 bouncing back after District Manager Hammerman takes a leave

Long-time Community Board 6 District Manager Craig Hammerman will be taking a medical leave for 60 days, beginning on May 17th, CB6 Chair Sayar Lonial told the Brooklyn Eagle. … Full Article

Teens lobby state legislature to lower NY voting age

More than 30 teenagers trekked from New York City up to Albany to lobby the state Legislature for passage of a bill that would lower the voting age from 18 to 17. … Full Article

Consul-General of France presides over centennial of Prospect Park’s Lafayette Monument

“Lafayette, nous voila!” became the rallying cry of the American Expeditionary Forces as they landed in France a century ago to join the republic in her desperate bid to maintain liberty. … Full Article

NYC Council seeks to stop foam from flying at construction sites

Winter isn’t the only season in which New Yorkers see snow. … Full Article

Tony winner Lena Hall, plus icons of Brooklyn’s new century highlight St. Ann’s Warehouse gala

On the first Monday in June, St. Ann’s Warehouse will bring together, within its historic walls, some of the most iconic and transformative forces of Brooklyn in the new century. … Full Article

A new kind of music conference is born at Brooklyn Bowl

Relix Magazine, a 43-year-old music rag born in a Grateful Dead concert parking lot, hosted its first ever Live Music Conference at Brooklyn Bowl in Williamsburg on May 10. … Full Article

Prediction: 74° and sunny for Brooklyn Public Library’s ‘Bike the Branches’

Brooklyn Public Library’s (BPL) Bike the Branches 2017 is set to roll Saturday, May 20, and BPL wants everyone to know that the weather is predicted to be just about perfect. … Full Article


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