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Brooklyn journalist uncovers story of Topsy the elephant

Brooklyn-based journalist Michael Daly has recently published “Topsy: The Startling Story of the Crooked-Tailed Elephant, P. T. … Full Article
 

‘Dancing of the Giglio’ in Williamsburg

Each year, the Italian-American community of Williamsburg re-enacts a fourth-century pageant which commemorates the return of the Bishop of Nola, San Paolino (Paulinus), from captivity. … Full Article
 

LICH supporters take hospital protests to SUNY

As the SUNY Downstate Council met on Monday to discuss their financially troubled medical center’s sustainability plan, supporters of Long I … Full Article
 

Brooklyn reacts to Zimmerman verdict

State Sen. Eric Adams, a retired New York police captain who is running for borough president, said the verdict in murder trial of George Zimmerman could be felt after in Brooklyn, even though the borough is thousands of miles away from Florida. … Full Article
 

Landmark Church names Fr. John E. Denaro as Rector

The Church of St. Ann & the Holy Trinity has named its current Priest-in-Charge, the Rev. John E. Denaro, as rector. The announcement was made public in the Sunday, July 14 edition of the parish’s Good News. … Full Article
 

Bastille Day 2013 on Smith Street in Brooklyn

The French invaded Brooklyn’s Smith Street again on Sunday for the eleventh annual Bastille Day celebration, bringing crowds to dance to French music, eat bistro food, drink apéritifs, pose in the guillotine and enjoy a game called petanque, played on sand.  … Full Article
 

LICH hearing postponed; no movement in Appellate Division

The contentious battle between the employees of Long Island College Hospital and State of University of New York (SUNY) Downstate Medical Center lags on in Brooklyn courts. … Full Article
 

Fast-paced love story blends rock ‘n’ roll with tech revolution

Fiction writer and rock ‘n’ roller Barry Wightman has recently published “Pepperland” (Running Meter Press), a 1970s ode to music, technology and political revolution. … Full Article
 

Enchanting new novel paints ‘Impossible Lives’

Award-winning author Andrew Sean Greer has recently released his latest novel, an imaginative story titled “The Impossible Lives of Greta Wells” (Ecco/Harper Collins) that follo … Full Article
 

De Blasio calls his LICH critics ‘imbeciles’

Bill de Blasio scoffed at critics who charged that his high-profile arrest July 10 at a mid-town Manhattan rally to save Long Island College Hospital (LICH) was a publicity stunt designed to help his mayoral campaign. … Full Article
 

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