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Charles Gili could write a book about all of the adventures he has had in New York City’s parks, according to colleagues who said he has seen it all.
Deafening music. Blinding lights. Decrepit buildings.
WeWork — a co-working company that currently has more than 50 physical locations in 17 cities and four countries — is coming to Brooklyn Heights.
Food Bank for New York City and the Brooklyn Historical Society (BHS) are presenting a joint exhibition, “Hidden in Plain Sight: Portraits of Hunger in NYC,” which opened on Nov. 6 at the BHS (128 Pierrepont St. in Brooklyn Heights).
An ad that surfaced last week on Craigslist offering a tricked-out dumpster as a rentable apartment was phony, the Brooklyn Eagle has learned.
NYU Lutheran Medical Center, which has a comprehensive stroke treatment facility, has received recognition from two nationwide medical groups.
In an effort to attract volunteers to the Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City program, Assemblymember Diana C. Richardson will host an information forum in partnership with the organization to provide details to residents considering becoming mentors to young people.
By now, you’ve probably seen or heard about Brooklyn-based artist Deborah Kass’ first monumental sculpture in Brooklyn Bridge Park’s newly renovated Main Street lawn.