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Everything you need to know about the L Train shutdown

With the L-train shutdown looming on the horizon, and with no concrete alternative transportation options in place, the MTA is welcoming any suggestions on how to mitigate the closure for the roughly 400,000 commuters who use the line every day.   … Full Article
 

Bed-Stuy locals block naming a bar after historic Weeksville

A bar by any other name but Weeksville would suit many Bedford-Stuyvesant residents just fine. … Full Article
 

St. Francis soccer takes third NEC title in four years

The St. Francis Brooklyn men’s soccer squad stamped itself as a legitimate Northeast Conference dynasty on Sunday afternoon at Brooklyn Bridge Park. … Full Article
 

Menchaca bike bill moves through City Council

Bike riders would be allowed to follow pedestrian traffic signals at certain intersections instead of having to adhere to rules governing motor vehicles if a bill sponsored by Councilmember Carlos Menchaca and other Brooklyn elected officials becomes law. … Full Article
 

Something’s Affordable! West Indian Carnival Association will move in when Bedford-Union Armory is redeveloped

Affordable housing at the redeveloped Bedford-Union Armory is still a hotly debated issue, but for at least one high-profile would-be tenant, affordable office space is not. … Full Article
 
Chinese province wants to rebrand, Brooklyn style

Chinese province wants to rebrand, Brooklyn style

Roughly 20 representatives from China’s Guizhou Province met with Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams on Monday to learn how Brooklyn created its world-recognized brand. … Full Article
 

New York Times bestselling author Ed Klein speaks out on Hillary Clinton

New York Times bestselling author Ed Klein will speak at St. Francis College on Thursday, Nov. 17. Klein will talk about his astonishing new book “Guilty as Sin,” wherein he reveals the truth about Clinton’s health and what might have prevented her from winning the presidential race. … Full Article
 

Cobble Hill Health Center hosts Rock of Aging Gala

Cobble Hill Health Center will honor Rev. Dr. Paul Smith, pastor emeritus of First Presbyterian Church of Brooklyn, with the Lifetime Achievement Award at their annual Rock of Aging Gala on Thursday, Nov. 17 at The Liberty Warehouse.  … Full Article
 

America’s most toxic waterway gets some help

Slowly but surely, the Gowanus Canal — referred to by some as arguably the dirtiest waterway in America — is beginning to see some noticeable progress. … Full Article
 

OPINION: The democratic approach to the L train

The election is over. Whether your candidate won or lost, the beauty of democracy was at work. The ability to influence our future is what makes our country so special. … Full Article
 

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