From “So, how was it in Albany? Are you loving it? Is it everything you expected/hoped it would be?” to “Tell me, how awful is it up there?” and “Who’s the next indictment?” I have been getting lots of questions. … Full Article
Students from the Brooklyn Law School converted the courtyard in front of the school on Joralemon Street into Legal Eats, a food festival featuring local food, drink and crafts, on Wednesday afternoon. … Full Article
As members of Congress prepare to return to work in Washington D.C. next week now that the summer recess has ended, the debate over the Obama administration’s controversial nuclear agreement with Iran is sure to heat up. … Full Article
At last evening’s meeting of CEC13 Brooklyn, planners Greg Whitten and Jonathan Geis from the Dept. of Education (DOE) revealed a map (see photo) of a proposed change to the zone boundaries for P.S. 8 and for neighboring P.S. 307. The area shaded blue on the map is the present P.S. … Full Article
After months of growing tension over the fate of the former Long Island College Hospital (LICH) site, on Wednesday Roy Sloane, the acting head of the Cobble Hill Association, tendered his resignation as first vice-president. … Full Article
Hailed by Junot Díaz as “one of the Caribbean Diaspora’s finest writers,” Colin Channer is a best-selling novelist, cofounder of the Calabash Literary Festival in Jamaica and a widely published poet. … Full Article
With a mansion this old and this fine, you'd hope there would be a ghost or two floating around, to amp up the sense of antiquity.
And this stunning Greek Revival landmark does not disappoint. … Full Article