Brooklyn Heights

St. Francis College hosts ‘Power of Entrepreneurship’ discussion

The St. Francis College Center for Entrepreneurship will welcome Network For Teaching Entrepreneurship Founder (NFTE) Steve Mariotti for a discussion titled “Power of Entrepreneurship” on Tuesday, April 5 at 11 a.m. … Full Article

At BAM, famed comedian David Cross talks Trump, gun violence

A thin-skinned audience would surely take umbrage at the comedy of David Cross. They'd consider his jokes bashing organized religion and his stories about masturbating while fantasizing about the Statue of Liberty (because he loves America so much) offensive. … Full Article

A stroll along DUMBO's Jay Street

Washington Street is where the whole world stops for selfies. But DUMBO's Jay Street has many charms. … Full Article

Bidding wars for condos at DUMBO's 51 Jay St.

As a frequent photographer in DUMBO, we're obsessed with 51 Jay St. For the past couple years, we've been keeping our Eye on the industrial building formerly owned by the Forman family as it undergoes a condo conversion. … Full Article

Shakespearean Kings in Cycle at BAM: Modern themes of leadership & downfall

With an especially raucous presidential campaign season upon us, it's an interesting time to reflect upon the lives of medieval kings. … Full Article

Brooklyn school districts to add school seats in response to increased development

The recent influx of new developments in Brooklyn and an increasing demand for future properties among real estate developers are putting a strain on the borough’s infrastructure. … Full Article

Bill that would penalize bridge climbers winds through Senate

New York City bridge climbers may soon be faced with up to a year in the slammer, if a bill sponsored by state Sen. Daniel Squadron (D-Brooklyn Heights-Greenpoint-Lower Manhattan) moves to a full Senate vote. … Full Article

Sunset Park leader finds treasure trove of historic data

When the owner of a Fifth Avenue commercial building was cleaning his basement last year in preparation of selling the property, he came across cabinets filled with dusty old files and knew exactly what to do with them. … Full Article

Menchaca asks residents to vote on budget

The city’s participatory budgeting process was a big hit in the 38th Council District last year, according Councilmember Carlos Menchaca, who represents the district and who said he’s hoping for an even larger turnout this time around. … Full Article

Green-Wood Historic Fund gets national grant

The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) on Thursday announced that the Green-Wood Historic Fund has been awarded a $40,000 grant that will support the first and critical planning phase of digitizing the cemetery’s 177-year-old archives and historic collections.  … Full Article


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