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Sunset Park immigrants protest against Trump

In one of the first major protests in Brooklyn at the dawn of the Trump era, hundreds of people turned out for a unity march in Sunset Park on Sunday, vowing to stand together to fight any effort by the president-elect to deport immigrants. … Full Article
 

Debris blows from roof of Brooklyn Heights Library, worrying neighbors

Neighbors contacted the city’s Buildings Department on Sunday after loose construction debris blew from the roof of the former Brooklyn Heights Library. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn Law School hosts disability and civil rights roundtable

Brooklyn Law School (BLS) held a disability and civil rights roundtable at the Forchelli Conference Center in Downtown Brooklyn on Friday morning where panelists discussed six key areas that have had an impact on adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. … Full Article
 
 

Beastie Boys’ Adam Horovitz, Brooklyn officials and a huge crowd denounce hate symbols in Adam Yauch Park

Hundreds came together Sunday morning to denounce ugly symbols of hate in a Brooklyn Heights playground named after one of music's greats. … Full Article
 

Swastikas, Trump graffiti deface Brooklyn Heights playground

The Parks Department is scrubbing multiple swastikas and the message “Go Trump!” off the play equipment at little Adam Yauch Park in Brooklyn Heights. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn's first hospital part of a downtown revival

‘The good news just keeps on coming’ is a phrase from a recent memo sent to staff of The Brooklyn Hospital Center by President and CEO Gary Terrinoni. … Full Article
 

Cobble Hill Health Center 40th Anniversary rocks aging

“I’m going to fulfill a lifelong dream,” Cobble Hill Health Center CEO Tony Lewis told the mesmerized audience. “I’m going to be the first CEO to undress!”  … Full Article
 

Neighbors Allied for Good Growth gala celebrates community-aware businesses

Greenpoint nestles in Brooklyn’s northern edge like a precious jewel set in a tiara of lead. It’s the place where kielbasa and old world Roman Catholicism rub shoulders with porkpie hats and soy lattes. … Full Article
 
Following presidential election, taking a stand for love in DUMBO

Following presidential election, taking a stand for love in DUMBO

Hundreds of families gathered in Brooklyn Bridge Park in DUMBO Wednesday night for a “non-political” event meant to show love and support during this uncertain time following the presidential election. … Full Article
 

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