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Former head of nursing returns to Lutheran HealthCare

Lutheran HealthCare has reached back into its past for help in shaping its future. … Full Article
 

Reading to commemorate 50th anniversary of Voting Rights March

Author, visual artist and storyteller Willie Mae Brown will read “My Selma” and “A Defiant Leader” on Feb. 15 at the Tabla Rasa Gallery in Sunset Park.  … Full Article
 

Brooklyn fire kills 1; separate Williamsburg warehouse fire still active

A fire that ripped through a Brooklyn home killed a woman and left a man hospitalized. … Full Article
 

Hearing vs. owner of Prospect Park Residence postponed after death of two seniors

Court proceedings against the owner of a Brooklyn assisted living facility -- who has been trying to empty the residence so it can be sold to a developer -- were put aside until next week due to the deaths of two of the elderly plaintiffs. … Full Article
 

LIU Brooklyn shows off its depth in win over Central Connecticut

The LIU Brooklyn Blackbirds helped their playoff chances in a big way when they beat Central Connecticut State University 67-55 in Downtown Brooklyn on Thursday night to win their second in a row. … Full Article
 

St. Joseph’s overcomes slow start to beat Medgar Evers

The St. Joseph’s College Bears got off to a slow start, but rallied in the second half behind strong performances by David Louison and Michael Megafu to beat Medgar Evers College 88-71 in Clinton Hill Wednesday night. … Full Article
 

Author pens post-apocalyptic novel to be published in February

Author Sandra Newman transports readers into a dystopian world in her newest work “The Country of Ice Cream Star,” which will be released on Feb. 10 and has been described as “unbearably beautiful.” … Full Article
 

New book brings food-focused discussion to BookCourt

“The Meaty Truth: Why Our Food Is Destroying Our Health and Environment — and Who Is Responsible,” by Shushana Castle and Amy-Lee Goodman, will be featured at 7 p.m. on Feb. 11 at BookCourt — just in time for February Heart Health Month.   … Full Article
 

Lentol withdraws bid to become Assembly speaker

Brooklyn Assemblymember Joseph Lentol, who on Wednesday announced that he would seek the Assembly speakership, suddenly withdrew from the race on Thursday, citing the need for a united front in Albany in the wake of the scandal surrounding Speaker Sheldon Silver. … Full Article
 

Mariinksy Ballet graces BAM with ‘Chopin: Dances for Piano’

The Mariinsky Ballet performed three different interpretations of Frédéric Chopin's music last week at a show at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) titled Chopin: Dances for Piano. … Full Article
 

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