The 18th Annual Toys for Tots drive in Park Slope is in full swing. Donate an unwrapped new or gently used book or toy for children ages 2 - 12 at locations throughout Park Slope from now until Jan. 6. … Full Article
The storm surge late last month caused the heavily polluted Newtown Creek to overflow and flood the New York Police Department facility in Greenpoint, Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said at a news conference. … Full Article
After having to vacate its much-loved venue at Regina Hall, the Regina Opera has found a new home at Our Lady Of Perpetual Help (OLPH), at Sixth Avenue between 59th and 60th Streets in Sunset Park. … Full Article
Attention Brooklyn shoppers: This Saturday, November 24, you have the chance to support your local community and “shop small” -- plus get into the holiday spirit -- during Small Business Saturday. … Full Article
The annual Julemarked – Christmas Fair – at the Danish Seamen’s Church brought holiday cheer, Danish crafts and food, and a delicious hot holiday drink called glogg to Brooklyn Heights this past weekend.
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Brooklyn businesses affected by Hurricane Sandy are urged to attend the Hurricane Sandy business relief workshop at in the Community Room at Brooklyn Borough Hall on Tuesday, November 20, from 9 – 10 a.m. … Full Article
The Red Hook Initiative was announced last week as the Gold Prize Winner for Overall Management Excellence by the New York Community Trust. The center partners with community adults to nurture young people in Red Hook. … Full Article