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Brooklyn Museum celebrates NYC Caribbean culture

On Aug. 2, the monthly First Saturday event at the Brooklyn Museum will celebrate the Caribbean communities of Brooklyn through music, film and dance. … Full Article
 

After white flags, NYPD steps up surveillance of Brooklyn Bridge

Visitors to the Brooklyn Bridge have noticed a heightened security presence nearly a week after persons unknown climbed the cables to the bri … Full Article
 

Smiles (and tears) of a Summer Night: “Romeo and Juliet” hits the streets of Park Slope

O Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou here outside a bar in Park Slope? Perchance the Bard goes down better with some booze, outdoors in the soft summer air? … Full Article
 

Design firm unveils ‘Ultimate Urban Bicycle’

“New York City is super dense,” said Mark Prommel, partner and director of the design firm Pensa, at his DUMBO office. “There are constant traffic constraints, but also an ebb and flow. … Full Article
 

Mexico's Guelaguetza Festival celebrated in Downtown Brooklyn

The festive music, gala outfits and traditional dances of the Oaxaca region of Mexico filled Cadman Plaza Park in Downtown Brooklyn on Sunday, at the second annual La Guelaguetza Festival New York sponsored by the  … Full Article
 

‘Boardwalk Empire’ brings prohibition, mobsters to Brooklyn Heights

The acclaimed HBO hit “Boardwalk Empire,” starring Steve Buscemi, Michael Pitt, Kelly Macdonald, Michael Shannon and many others, used Brooklyn Heights as a set on Friday for the second-to-the-last episode of its final season. … Full Article
 

Ambassadors First: NYCFC wants fans from every borough

On Wednesday morning, Jose Collazo, a middle schooler from the Bronx, hated soccer, but by Thursday afternoon he not only changed his mind about the game, but had a favorite team and a favorite player. … Full Article
 

OPINION: Containing street fighting during arrests

NYPD Police officers are not trained as street fighters, nor should they be. … Full Article
 

What a mess! G subway line shutting down for 5 weeks

Beginning Friday night, a portion of the G subway line that connects Brooklyn and Queens will be shut down for five weeks. The MTA says there will be no service between the Nassau Avenue station in Greenpoint and Court Square in Long Island City until Sept. 2. … Full Article
 

NYCFC announces the signing of Frank Lampard at Brooklyn Bridge Park

The New York City Football Club, the newest member of Major League Soccer that will begin playing in 2015 at Yankee Stadium, announced the signing of Frank Lampard at Brooklyn Bridge Park on Thursday morning. It’s a two-year deal rumored to be worth $8 million per season. … Full Article
 

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