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Menchaca asks residents to vote on budget

The city’s participatory budgeting process was a big hit in the 38th Council District last year, according Councilmember Carlos Menchaca, who represents the district and who said he’s hoping for an even larger turnout this time around. … Full Article
 

Green-Wood Historic Fund gets national grant

The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) on Thursday announced that the Green-Wood Historic Fund has been awarded a $40,000 grant that will support the first and critical planning phase of digitizing the cemetery’s 177-year-old archives and historic collections.  … Full Article
 

Love that dirty water: The Gowanus Canal's Union Street Bridge

Tainted Love. That song by Soft Cell could serve as the sound track for a visit to the Gowanus Canal. Just about everybody in Brooklyn is enamored of the dangerously dirty waterway, and rightfully so.  … Full Article
 

Love that dirty water: The Gowanus Canal's Carroll Street Bridge

Tainted Love. That song by Soft Cell could serve as the sound track for a visit to the Gowanus Canal. Just about everybody in Brooklyn is enamored of the dangerously dirty waterway, and rightfully so.  … Full Article
 

Love that dirty water: The Gowanus Canal's Third Street Bridge

Tainted Love. That song by Soft Cell could serve as the sound track for a visit to the Gowanus Canal. Just about everybody in Brooklyn is enamored of the dangerously dirty waterway, and rightfully so.  … Full Article
 

Love that dirty water: The Gowanus Canal's Ninth Street Bridge

Tainted Love. That song by Soft Cell could serve as the sound track for a visit to the Gowanus Canal. Just about everybody in Brooklyn is enamored of the dangerously dirty waterway, and rightfully so.  … Full Article
 

Love that dirty water: The Gowanus Canal's Hamilton Avenue Bridge

Tainted Love. That song by Soft Cell could serve as the sound track for a visit to the Gowanus Canal. Just about everybody in Brooklym is enamored of the dangerously dirty waterway, and rightfully so.  … Full Article
 

Author Helen Simonson’s 'The Summer Before the War'

Helen Simonson’s charming debut novel “Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand” was an instant New York Times bestseller, drawing the highest critical acclaim. … Full Article
 

An interview with Helen Simonson, author of ‘The Summer Before the War’

Brooklyn Heights resident and acclaimed author Helen Simonson sat down with the Brooklyn Eagle to discuss her long-awaited second novel, “The Summer Before the War,” which takes place before and during WWI.   … Full Article
 

Brooklyn’s Pier 6 developer says financing could fall through if state doesn’t OK plan

RAL Development, the developer behind two controversial residential towers at Pier 6 in Brooklyn Bridge Park, has warned state and city officials that the project’s financing will be lost if the state doesn’t move the delayed project ahead by April 30. … Full Article
 

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