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Dumpling Burgers Debut At Chinese Club In Williamsburg
Debating Fantasies In The Brooklyn DA Race
Mosque On Gates In Bed-Stuy Gutted In Blaze
Unicorn Horn Store Opening In Park Slope Will Help Customers 'Feel Magical'
Brooklyn's Tallest Building, Hub, Tries To Live Up To Its Name
Barbra Streisand At 75: A Girl From Brooklyn Makes It Big
$32 Million Contract For Controversial Crown Heights Shelter Questioned
Brooklyn Moves To Protect Immigrants From Deportation Over Petty Crimes
DA: Lawyer Who Looted Slave Theater Owner’s Estate Gets Prison Time
6 Things You Didn’t Know About Design, From Brooklyn Designers
City Closes $160 Million Deal For Last Piece Of Bushwick Inlet Park
A Brooklyn Designer's Ethiopian Dreams
Brooklyn Picks A President (For France)
Brooklyn Group Fights Against Bus Bunching
Man Wanted For Alleged Burglary Spree Of Brooklyn Construction Sites
Brooklyn Graffiti Artists Claim McDonald’s Stole Their Work To Sell Burgers
Brooklyn Tech Teacher Busted Asking Student For 'Workout' Pics
Brooklyn 'Road Runner' Has Passed Through Every New York City Park In 100 Outings
Guardian Angels Step Up Patrols In Coney Island
Truck Bursts Into Flames On The BQE In Brooklyn
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LIU Brooklyn cuts the ribbon on new, high-tech nursing school
LIU Brooklyn cut the ribbon on a state-of-the-art nursing school on Wednesday and proudly showed off its modern labs, classrooms and suite of simulated learning environments. …
Attorney: Tickets, no charges, in Fort Greene Snowden statue episode
A lawyer for the mystery artists who affixed a bust of Edward Snowden to Fort Greene Park’s war monument says they've been ticketed but not criminally charged.
‘Minding Our Own’ documentary looks at family caregivers
The hard work done by caregivers who look after frail family members with love and dedication is the subject of a new eye-opening documentary by a young Brooklyn filmmaker. …
Just-sold Williamsburg property slated for environmental cleanup
Industrial property in the Hasidic end of Williamsburg was on the sale market for a New York Minute before being snapped up for $7.5 million.
Williamsburg's William Vale, open by New Year's Eve?
Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot?
Just imagine — Williamsburg will have a new hotel, the William Vale, in time for New Year's Eve if things go Riverside Developers' way. …
DOE to meet with parents shut out of Brooklyn’s P.S. 8
Parents at P.S. …
St. Francis to hold graduation at Brooklyn Bridge Park
Hundreds of St. Francis College graduates and their parents, families and friends will enjoy two new venues for St. Francis College’s Spring Commencement 2015.
Brooklyn DA Thompson touches base with Clinton Hill seniors
Brooklyn District Attorney Kenneth Thompson keeps a map of Brooklyn in his office, with color-coded marking where shooting incidents have been reported. …
FDNY's 150th Anniversary draws Brooklyn neighbors to local firehouses
Saturday’s FDNY open house “was an extremely successful event,” Capt. Lawrence Garda of Engine Co. 224 told the
. “People were lining up 15 minutes before our scheduled time.” …
New novel explores Korean-American woman’s struggle
Brooklynite Patricia Park puts a contemporary spin on the classic novel “Jane Eyre” in a poignant debut novel by the Korean-American author.
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