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VIDEO: DreamStreet Theatre, where ‘wildflowers’ shine

It’s a place where those with special needs can truly shine. … Full Article

Brooklyn Historical Society project presents histories of mixed heritage Brooklynites

The Brooklyn Historical Society (BHS) is completing a multi-year project that captured the oral histories of over 100 Brooklynites of mixed heritage. … Full Article

Williamsburg man sentenced for making false 911 calls

A Brooklyn man has been sentenced to six months in jail for making false 911 calls of emergencies in his Williamsburg neighborhood. Louis Segna was convicted in August of three counts of falsely reporting an incident. … Full Article

Forum focuses on future of Mexicans in NYC

New York City is home to large numbers of immigrants and a Sunset Park organization decided to take a closer look at the issues facing one particular group of foreign-born residents. … Full Article

BAM presents NY premiere of Philip Glass’ complete piano etudes

Philip Glass, one of the most influential contemporary American composers, conceived his solo piano etudes as a set of 20 works, which he began to write in 1994.
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Brooklyn College opening new graduate school of cinema at Steiner Studios

Film students now have the opportunity to attend a graduate school of cinema located on a full-production film studio in Brooklyn – at about one third the price of a private university. … Full Article

PS 221 students take part in national charity movement

Students from a Crown Heights elementary school are taking part in a national movement aimed at improving lives in communities all across the country. … Full Article

Prime Minister of Sweden visits BAM

Prime Minister of Sweden Stefan Löfven visited BAM on the invitation of BAM Trustee David Dangoor to see “Black Mountain Songs,” a performance by Brooklyn Youth Chorus, on Nov 21. Shown from left to right: BAM Trustee David Dangoor, Swedish Minister (of Children, the Elderly and Gende … Full Article
Brooklynites protest Ferguson decision

Brooklynites protest Ferguson grand jury decision in front of federal courthouse

Ferguson, Missouri, is nearly 1,000 miles away, but that didn't stop crowds of people in Brooklyn from protesting a grand jury's decision not to indict the police officer who killed Michael Brown. … Full Article


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