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Bed-Stuy man indicted for 2005 murder

A Brooklyn judge remanded a Bedford-Stuyvesant man to Rikers Island for the 2005 murder of his 22-year-old girlfriend. … Full Article

Take an early autumn stroll around Red Hook’s historic waterfront

History lives on the Red Hook waterfront. The post-Civil War-era warehouses there are a thing of beauty. In grim gloom or azure-skied sunshine, it will soothe your soul to see them.  … Full Article

Brooklyn Public Library seeks name for statue that once belonged to original Brooklyn Eagle

The Brooklyn Public Library is seeking the public’s help in giving a name to a 6-foot-tall copper-cast statue of an eagle that once symbolized the original Brooklyn Daily Eagle. … Full Article

New dumpling house opens in Boerum Hill

A new Chinese dumpling house known as Oh! Dumpling has opened at 6 Bergen St. … Full Article

Thousands of personal sketchbooks on display at Brooklyn Art Library

The Brooklyn Art Library at 28 Frost St. in Williamsburg has opened an exhibit known as “The Sketchbook Project,” which includes thousands of sketchbooks from around the world. … Full Article

Report attributes rising home sales in Brooklyn to co-op transactions

In the second quarter of this year, the median price for Brooklyn residences dropped 8 percent from the year-on-year amount to $687,000, according to Curbed. A Corcoran report attributed this to unusually high prices last year. … Full Article

Brooklyn Law School announces search committee for new dean

Brooklyn Law School has been without a full-time dean since Nicholas Allard abruptly announced his resignation while he was in China last May. … Full Article

VIDEO: Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy raises over $1 million at annual ball

Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy hosted its sixth annual Brooklyn Black Tie Ball on Pier 2 of the park Thursday night, raising $1.27 million and honoring two people who have contributed to the waterfront greenery. … Full Article

New Downtown Brooklyn restaurant uses robots to help prepare sushi rolls

Bigeye Sushi, a sushi restaurant at 2 MetroTech Center that opened on Wednesday, will be using “sushi robots” to prepare food. … Full Article

Other subway lines called inadequate to handle L-Train shutdown

Limited capacity and narrow platforms on other lines may make MTA’s alternative service plans during the L train’s upcoming 15-month shutdown difficult. … Full Article


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