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All-women’s club ‘The Wing’ to open first Brooklyn space at Clocktower Building in DUMBO

It’s part women’s club and part all-woman workspace. The Wing, an old idea given a modern facelift, will open its third location in the iconic Clocktower Building at 1 Main St., owned by DUMBO’s Two Trees Management. … Full Article

SKETCHES OF COURT: Bicyclist faulted in Red Hook accident trial

In this courtroom sketch, Hon. Katherine Levine watches as plaintiff's attorney Theodore Bushlow (standing) displays an evidentiary photograph in the motor vehicle accident trial Giordano v. … Full Article

Shelter from the Storm in Sunset Park: Flood-proofing Industry City and the Brooklyn Army Terminal

Five years after Superstorm Sandy, the city is moving forward with its plan to repair extensive flood damage at the Brooklyn Army Terminal and Industry City (once called Bush Terminal) in Sunset Park, and make the waterfront sites more resilient in the face of future storms. … Full Article

Already in action, Angelmobile gets ribbon-cutting ceremony

North Brooklyn’s favorite power couple fired up the barbecues on North 10th Street and Kent Avenue. But on this occasion the bocce court behind Norm and Elaine Brodsky’s venerable trailer sat with no players because more serious business was afoot. … Full Article

Afghan robotics team impresses Brooklyn pols

The girls on the Afghan robotics team who competed in a recent international competition in Washington, D.C. are an inspiration to young women everywhere, according to U.S. Rep. Yvette Clarke, who met with the young competitors after the contest. … Full Article

VIDEO: Judge rules construction can commence on Pier 6 towers, even before final court date

It looks like Brooklyn Bridge Park could get mighty noisy very soon. … Full Article

Sunset Park gets free Wi-Fi with LinkNYC

The de Blasio administration has given a gift to Sunset Park in the form of free Wi-Fi. … Full Article

Greening Greenpoint nears goal of 500 new trees on North Brooklyn streets

Shovels, a truck bed filled with mulch and half-a-dozen large pizzas came together on Franklin Street to bring Greening Greenpoint closer to its goal of planting 500 new trees in North Brooklyn.  … Full Article

Frustration mounts for striking Charter/Spectrum employees, four months since union walkout

A battle between Time-Warner and Charter/Spectrum employees is just a week away from beginning its 5th month, and no relief for cable workers still on strike in Brooklyn is in sight. … Full Article


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