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Grandma's House, destroyed by Sandy in South Street Seaport, comes to Brooklyn

When Superstorm Sandy swept through the South Street Seaport area, destroying a number of popular businesses, one of the victims was a restaurant called Grandma’s House. Today, more than two years later, Grandma’s House has been recreated at 364 Atlantic Ave. in Boerum Hill. … Full Article
 

PHOTOS: Gotham films in DUMBO

The Fox action-packed drama "Gotham" is filming for its second season, and it stopped near the archway in DUMBO on a humid Tuesday morning. The Brooklyn Daily Eagle was able to sneak in some up-close photos from the set. … Full Article
 

Patients protest Brooklyn dialysis center closing

The Brooklyn Kidney Center (BKC), a dialysis center in Park Slope, has notified patients and staff that it is closing its doors next month, leaving its patients – many in wheelchairs or otherwise disabled – scrambling to find seats in other centers in Brooklyn or elsewhere. … Full Article
 

New Navy Yard building to support creative, tech industries

A joint initiative of Boston Properties, Inc. … Full Article
 

Clarke says U.S.-Cuba thaw offers hope for future

President Obama’s decision to re-establish diplomatic ties between the U.S. and Cuba is being closely watched in Brooklyn’s Caribbean-American community. U.S. Rep. Yvette D. … Full Article
 
 

Kids use art to raise awareness of asthma

A dozen New York City area students, including four from Brooklyn, were winners of a poster contest sponsored by HealthPlus Amerigroup to raise awareness of asthma. The kids will have the honor of seeing the posters they created used in a special calendar. … Full Article
 

PHOTOS: Flag burning at Fort Greene Park

An activist group called Disarm NYPD organized a flag burning at Fort Greene Park on Wednesday to raise awareness of racist violence in the United States, according to the Associated Press. … Full Article
 

More cops may be headed to Brooklyn’s 84th Precinct

Mayor Bill de Blasio recently agreed to add 1,300 new cops to the city’s payroll – and some of them may be headed to Brooklyn’s 84th Precinct. … Full Article
 

Legally blind mother of three to celebrate paperback release of memoir in Park Slope

Brooklyn author Nicole C. Kear’s memoir “Now I See You,” which focuses on Kear’s journey as a legally-blind mother of three, will be released in paperback July 14 — and the author will celebrate with an event at Community Bookstore (143 7th Ave. in Park Slope) at 7 p.m. … Full Article
 

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