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Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce study offers glowing picture of business climate

Brooklyn is booming! That’s the assessment of the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce (BCC), which recently issued a report looking at the borough’s economic climate. … Full Article

National Organization for Women demands justice for Prospect Park rape victim

Fallout continued this week over a notorious Brooklyn rape case that was recently solved after more than two decades amid sharp criticisms of the treatment of the victim by police and the media.  … Full Article

City Tech student selected for prestigious int’l cooking competition

It’s the dream of a lifetime for serious chefs. … Full Article

NYC moving controversial doc statue to Green-Wood

Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Friday that the city will move the statue of a 19th century doctor who experimented on female slaves from its pedestal in Central Park to Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, where the doctor is buried. … Full Article

No Rest for the Weary: Inside Brooklyn’s 26.2-hour marathon rave

Caffeine could do only so much by hour eight. … Full Article

Fog envelops the Brooklyn Bridge

Icons in the mist. Here's the Brooklyn Bridge, shrouded in fog that keeps rolling up the East River. Over there, a runner clad in shorts is striding past the Manhattan Bridge. … Full Article

Target Margin Theater boosts careers of up and coming artists

A groundbreaking theater company that created a great deal of excitement in Brooklyn’s artistic community when it moved from Manhattan to Sunset Park last year is seeking to cement its standing in the borough by moving forward with its residency and fellowship programs to help up and coming … Full Article

NYU Tandon offers affordable cybersecurity master’s degree with backing from NYC

With everything from Russian hackers to credit card fraud becoming very much a 21st century problem, a door of opportunity has just opened for New York City students hoping to get into one of the hottest fields on the planet. … Full Article


Climate change activists applaud de Blasio fossil fuel move

Climate change activists around the city, including the leader of a Sunset Park group, are praising a decision by the de Blasio administration to divest $5 billion in pension holdings from companies dealing in fossil fuel. … Full Article

Court sergeant accused of sex abuse offered plea deal

A Brooklyn court sergeant accused of forcing a woman to perform a sex act on him in a court stairwell was offered a plea deal in Brooklyn Supreme Court on Wednesday, but he has until February to make a decision. … Full Article


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