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Brooklyn diner frequented by lawyers and defendants alike closed by fire

Diners and employees evacuated the Park Plaza Diner just before 7 p.m. Saturday night, as a fire broke out on the roof of the restaurant at Cadman Plaza West in Brooklyn Heights. … Full Article
 

Brownstoned: Author’s portrayal of slutty, pothead parents has Park Slope feeling dirty

Parents in Park Slope and other Brownstone Brooklyn neighborhoods are popping a cork over author Amy Sohn’s latest poke at their neighborhoods' slutty, pill-popping moms and dads. … Full Article
 

And now, ‘awesome’ outdoor pop-up office space in DUMBO

The scene under the vaulted Manhattan Bridge Archway on Thursday was an only-in-Brooklyn mixture of dining, drinking, mini-golf and pop-up office workers, busily emailing and blogging in the shade. … Full Article
 

Nigerian visits Brooklyn Heights Rotary Club

A visiting Rotarian from Calabar, Nigeria, discussed on Monday how members of the international service organization were helping to meet challenges of life in his country — including the unmet goal of Polio eradication. Henry E.
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RELIGION: Bishop of Long Island offers solidarity to all who mourn Richard Schwartz

Christ Church — the building

A lightning bolt from an electrical storm on Thursday night is blamed for the death of Cobble Hill resident Richard Schwartz and for structural damage to Christ Church-Cobble Hill, a landmark at the southwest corner of Clinton and Kane streets.

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Whose Brooklyn? Film criticizes development of Downtown, Fulton Mall

Almost everything we’ve heard about the Downtown Brooklyn Plan and the coming of national chain stores to the Fulton Mall has been positive. … Full Article
 
 

Not your father’s drive-in: ‘Bike-In Theater’ may return to Brooklyn

Last July, film buffs Jason Anello and Anna Boyarsky put a Brooklyn twist on the classic drive-in experience by hosting a free ‘Bike-In Theater’ night in Williamsburg. … Full Article
 

OPINION: Just how 'tiny' is Brooklyn Bridge Park; is there room for a velodrome?

Peter Flemming has been one of the staunchest supporters of Brooklyn Bridge Park from the inception of the idea. … Full Article
 

Lawyer killed in Cobble Hill lightning strike specialized in antitrust

Richard Schwartz, 61, who was killed Thursday night after lighting struck the steeple of Christ Church-Cobble Hill as he was walking nearby during a thunderstorm, was an assistant state attorney general who specialized in antitrust litigation under six attorneys general, according to the New York … Full Article
 

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