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City Tech’s annual Literary Arts Festival to feature award-winning author Mary Gaitskill

Mary Gaitskill, best known for delivering powerful stories of dislocation, longing and desire, will read from her work at City Tech’s 35th Literary Arts Festival on March 24 at 5:30 p.m. in the Voorhees Theatre (186 Jay St. in Downtown Brooklyn). … Full Article

Adams gives safety tips to Park Slope senior citizens

In the wake of the shocking assault and robbery of an elderly woman in the vestibule of her Park Slope building, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams paid a visit to a local senior citizen center to offer tips on how to stay safe. … Full Article

Red Hook bids adieu to Sunny Balzano

Over the weekend, flowers and hand-written notes materialized on the hood of Sunny Balzano's pickup truck. … Full Article

St. Ann’s Warehouse wins ‘Excellence in Institutional Development’ award from Urban Land Institute NY

The Urban Land Institute (ULI) New York on Friday announced the winners of its inaugural Awards for Excellence in Development, a new competition that is raising the bar for New York’s real estate industry. St. … Full Article

Richardson looking to hire intern

If you’re a college student who has always wanted to work in government, here’s your chance. … Full Article

In Public Service: Mosley worked behind scenes in politics

Assemblymember Walter Mosley is as comfortable walking the halls of the state Legislature in Albany as he is strolling through City Hall in Lower Manhattan. He has had years of experience working in both places. … Full Article

Reddit co-founder Ohanian joins ‘philanthropic flashmob’ to fund Brooklyn classrooms

The classroom needs of every teacher in Fort Greene and nearby neighborhoods who posted a request on the website were funded on Thursday by Alexis Ohanian, Brooklyn resident and co-founder of the popular website Reddit. … Full Article

Demise of Brooklyn Heights House Tour signals the end of a more innocent era

The shutdown of the Brooklyn Heights House Tour, which has brought in almost a third of the Brooklyn Heights Association’s (BHA) revenue for more than 30 years, has caught the attention of news outlets including  … Full Article

Groundbreaking plays by African-American women featured in Bed-Stuy readings

Plays by five emerging African-American women playwrights are in the spotlight in New Brooklyn Theatre’s innovative spring reading series, The Second Century. … Full Article


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