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NYPD seeks to stem violence at J’Ouvert parade

The NYPD plans to keep the enhanced safety measures that were implemented last year to combat violence at the annual J’Ouvert celebration on the morning of the annual West Indian Day Carnival in Crown Heights. … Full Article
 

Park Slope starts its own `Restaurant Week,’ with 35 eateries

First, there was Restaurant Week. Then there was Brooklyn Restaurant Week. … Full Article
 

Storied Bossert Hotel gets a new awning

The Bossert Hotel may not have a new opening date yet, but in a possible harbinger of that announcement, it does have a new awning to grace its entrance. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn Heights family narrowly escapes falling giant tree bough

A family strolling along Columbia Heights in Brooklyn Heights narrowly escaped injury or worse at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday after a giant tree bough broke with a loud crack and came crashing down to the sidewalk. … Full Article
 

Simon Baron Development unveils plans for state of the art office building in Greenpoint

Simon Baron Development announced plans on Monday for 12 Franklin St., a seven-story boutique office building on the Greenpoint/North Williamsburg border designed to help alleviate the deart … Full Article
 

Public comment period starts for new, bigger Brooklyn House of Detention

On Wednesday, the de Blasio administration announced plans for building or rebuilding four modern, “community-based" jails throughout the city to replace Rikers Island, including one in Downtown Brooklyn. … Full Article
 

Bushwick’s 'Alabama Joe' turned love of barbecue into making and selling grills

Joe Hudson, known as “Alabama Joe,” can be found almost every day on a lot at the corner of De Sales Place and Broadway in Bushwick, making and selling his own home-built charcoal barbecue grills.  … Full Article
 

VIDEO: High school interns uncover history at Green-Wood Cemetery

Ana C. Pierce was 25 years, six months and 15 days old when she died on Feb. 20, 1871 of albuminuria, a sickness that starves the bloodstream of protein and leads to kidney disease. … Full Article
 

Man, 30, in critical condition after being hit by train at 59th St. station in Sunset Park

The man hit by a N train at the 59th Street station in Sunset Park at on Thursday, August 16 around 4:40 p.m. is hospitalized in critical condition.  … Full Article
 

North Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce summer BBQ defies forecasts

Members, guests and folks interested in North Brooklyn braved dire forecasts of rain showers to gather at Norm and Elaine Brodsky’s venerable trailer to attend the North Brooklyn Chamber’s annual Summer BBQ. … Full Article
 

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