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Brooklyn legal community presents notable ‘Ruthie’ awards

The Kings County Supreme Court Gender Fairness Committee and the Brooklyn Women's Bar Association joined together once again, on Thursday, to acknowledge the accomplishments and achievements of distinguished female members of the Brooklyn legal community. … Full Article

Famed author Meg Wolitzer to speak in DUMBO

Celebrated author and Brooklyn native Meg Wolitzer will be launching her latest novel, “The Interestings,” on Monday, March 31 at the  … Full Article

Outcry over Prospect Park Residence prompts move to stop more closures

The outcry over the impending closure of an assisted living facility in Park Slope has prompted Assemblywoman Joan Millman to introduce legislation that would halt future closures while a state commission studies the effects of closing these types of long term care facilities. … Full Article

Heartbreak House: Theatre for a New Audience stages a harrowing 'King Lear'

Michael Pennington will break your heart. That's his job, and he does it magnificently. … Full Article

After allegations of state interference, LICH panelists get extra time to reconsider hospital bids

The Long Island College Hospital (LICH) saga continues: A panel rating the bids for the Cobble Hill hospital has been told to ignore some unauthorized last-minute instructions by SUNY and DOH, and head back into sequestration. … Full Article

Congresswomen speak out on Hobby Lobby contraception lawsuit

Members of Brooklyn’s congressional delegation were watching the U.S. Supreme Court arguments over employer-funded contraception for women with great interest on Tuesday and two of the delegation’s female members spoke out on the controversy. … Full Article

New comedic book contemplates ‘The Harm in Asking’

“I think that anything has the potential to be funny,” Brooklyn-based writer and comedian Sara Barron told us in a recent interview. … Full Article

Back to court? SUNY denies claim of last-minute LICH voting interference

Two hours after panel members turned in their votes for a new LICH operator, LICH attorneys raised questions about alleged interference with the voting process and threatened to take SUNY back to court if the allegations proved true. SUNY emphatically denied the claim. … Full Article


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