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Grace Church inducts new rector who is committed to urban ministry

State Assemblywoman Jo Anne Simon (center) was among the dignitary guests at the Induction of the Rev. Dr. Allen F. Robinson as the 15th Rector of Grace Church-Brooklyn Heights, a 170-year-old landmark church. Standing with them (at left) is Grace Church’s senior warden, Kate Rock. … Full Article
 

Witches’ ceremony against Kavanaugh draws supporters, protesters in Bushwick

A group of witches and their sympathizers who were putting a hex on new U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh at a Bushwick occult shop drew a group of Christian protesters on Saturday. … Full Article
 

What in the world was a guillotine doing on a Greenpoint roof?

Greenpoint artist Hannah Silk Champagne was looking out her window last Monday when she noticed a large, rusty guillotine on the roof across from her office. … Full Article
 

Turn-of-century Brooklyn Heights firehouse called architectural gem

One of Brooklyn Heights’ firehouses looks more like a Gilded Age mansion than a typical firehouse, and certainly fits the upscale Brooklyn Heights neighborhood. … Full Article
 

Bushwick seafood restaurant to open Williamsburg waterfront outpost

Popular Bushwick seafood restaurant Sea Wolf plans to open a second location this spring within the new 420 Kent Ave. luxury residential development on the Williamsburg waterfront.  … Full Article
 

Industry City to host annual Brooklyn Crush Wine & Artisanal Food Festival

Time to enjoy fine wine. The Landing at Industry City will once again play host to the Brooklyn Crush Wine & Artisanal Food Festival: Fall Edition. … Full Article
 

Recent gunfire incidents in Downtown Brooklyn spotlights concentrated court system

On a workday, from the 30th floor of 16 Court St., the editorial staff at the Brooklyn Eagle ran to the window overlooking the intersection of Fulton and Adams streets as a shooting incident unfolded. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn’s newest can’t-miss cuisine: Ivorian

On the border of Bedford-Stuyvesant and Bushwick, former cabdriver Chuck Cisse and chef Marietou Boleane are bringing the food of the Ivory Coast to Brooklynites. … Full Article
 

Renovations to begin at park across from BAM

The small, triangular BAM Park in Fort Greene, opposite the famed Brooklyn Academy of Music, has been closed to the public for more than a decade, partially because of contaminants found in the soil. … Full Article
 

Work to begin on Clark Street subway elevators — but when?

For many years, the elevators at the 2 and 3 trains’ Clark Street subway station have been breaking down.  … Full Article
 

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