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Last week for ‘Rachel’ and ‘Las Meninas’ in Fort Greene

Two gripping plays written by African-American women, “Rachel” and “Las Meninas,” will be wrapping up Aug. 29 at the New Brooklyn Theatre, in the Irondale Center in Fort Greene. … Full Article
 

Battle of Brooklyn heroes may be one step closer to getting new memorial

The Revolutionary War’s Battle of Brooklyn is in the late August air. History lovers are going to ceremonies and reenactments all over the borough just as Gov. … Full Article
 

Cobble Hill Association torn over leader as LICH development looms

Tensions at the Cobble Hill Association (CHA) have reached the boiling point just as the community group struggles with negotiations over the development of the former Long Island College Hospital (LICH) site. … Full Article
 

The Great Outdoors, on Montague Street

This is an ode to the Great Outdoors — our version of the Great Outdoors. … Full Article
 
 

When, O beloved Bossert?

Will the Bossert be back in operation before the snows fly in B'LYN? … Full Article
 

The rent for Brooklyn Heights' 'Asphalt Jungle' house is $30,000 per month

There are no asphalt shingles on this house now. Genteel 113 Willow St., a piece of historic Brooklyn Heights that was built when Andrew Jackson was President, is all fixed up and newly arrived on the leasing market.  … Full Article
 

DOE to rezone overcrowded P.S. 8 in Brooklyn Heights, DUMBO

Because of overcrowding that threatens to get worse, the New York City Department of Education (DOE) plans to redraw the zoning map for P.S. 8 in Brooklyn Heights and DUMBO. … Full Article
 

City Tech students design, build home for 2015 Solar Decathlon competition

In 2012, Superstorm Sandy showed that new models for housing that meet the needs of a high-density urban environment are desperately needed. A team of approximately 60 City Tech students is contributing its solution in a net-zero energy model home, as part of the U.S. … Full Article
 

SIDEBAR: Park Slope Lawyer Jimmy Lathrop

Jaime Lathrop, better known as Jimmy, also known as "the Park Slope Lawyer," is a Manhattan-born attorney who graduated from Wilton High School in Connecticut, got his undergraduate degree at Bates College in Maine and went to Brooklyn Law School. … Full Article
 

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