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OPINION: Who says Brooklynites don't care?

I didn’t see it coming. Not a bus barreling through a red light, but our car breaking down after a Saturday night on the town. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn-based theatre group to perform Elmer Rice’s ‘Street Scene’ in Park Slope

Brave New World Repertory Theatre is a performing arts company dedicated to all things Brooklyn. … Full Article
 

BAMcinématek presents Big Screen Epics

From Wednesday, July 3 through Thursday, July 25, BAMcinématek will present Big Screen Epics, a series of classic Hollywood epics screening in week-long runs on the brand-new Steinberg Screen at the BAM Harvey Theater, Brooklyn’s newest movie palace. … Full Article
 

Boerum Hill/Gowanus catch phrase: Go slo mo! It’s the law!

 A rectangular grid of streets in Boerum Hill and Gowanus has been designated Brooklyn’s first Neighborhood Slow Zone by the New York City Department of Transportation (DOT).  If all goes as planned, signage and street markings will soon be added to the already installed speed bumps and painted s … Full Article
 

New novel traces Texas history

Philipp Meyer, author of the critically acclaimed “American Rust” and one of The New Yorker’s “20 under 40,” has recently published his second novel, “The So … Full Article
 

Leader’s illness puts brakes on Brooklyn Bike Patrol

The Brooklyn Bike Patrol, which has been active in Sunset Park, Park Slope and nearby areas since September 2011, is now on hiatus because Jay “Rocket” Ruiz, the former bicycle messenger and Army veteran who founded the escort service for women, has been hospitalized with a heart attack. … Full Article
 

Protesters to MTA: Bring back B37 bus!

"I am 77 year old activist who uses a walker. … Full Article
 

32-Story ‘BAM South’ wins NYC Council approval

The ‘BAM South’ 32-story mixed use cultural development in Fort Greene won approval at a City Council committee meeting Monday morning. … Full Article
 

Cobble Hill grocer vows to fight J.Crew eviction

Cobble Hill residents are up in arms at the news that a J.Crew clothing store is looking to take over the site operated by Pacific Green, a beloved local grocer and greenmarket at the corner of 151 Court Street at Pacific Streets since 1999. … Full Article
 

City wrapped in another "Freedom Of Information" litigation, must pay $49K for withholding information

A Manhattan judge has ruled that the New York City Police Department failed to comply with a duly-filed Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) request by wrongfully withholding information requested by a non-profit organization. He ordered the city to pay over $49,000 in legal fees. … Full Article
 

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