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Controversial ‘sexist’ statue moving to Brooklyn’s Green-Wood Cemetery

“Civic Virtue,” a controversial and deteriorating marble statue depicting a muscle-bound young man (representing virtue) trampling upon two reclining young women (representing graft and corruption) is finally moving from Kew Gardens, Queens, to Brooklyn’s Green-Wood Cemetery, according to the  … Full Article

Film crews add to Red Hook's Sandy woe

Not only do the beleaguered residents of Red Hook have to deal with the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, but now a film crew is back in the neighborhood --  causing traffic jams and blocking parking spaces locals need to continue digging out from the storm’s damage, the  … Full Article

EPA answers residents' concerns about Gowanus flooding

At a meeting held by Congresswoman Nydia Velázquez to address concerns about toxic sludge left behind by the Gowanus Canal after Hurricane Sandy, EPA Regional Manager Judith Enck said that bacteria levels were very high -- but toxin sediment at the bottom of the canal remained undisturbed. … Full Article

$90.5 million renovation of 25 Washington Avenue underway

The $90.5 million renovation of 25 Washington Avenue, the future site of graduate film studies for Brooklyn College and the City University of New York, is underway, Brownstoner … Full Article

Young man leaps to death from Brooklyn Bridge

A 19-year-old man leapt to his death Tuesday morning from the Brooklyn Bridge during morning rush hour traffic, the New York Post reports. … Full Article

City wants to close 24 more schools

The city’s Department of Education has added two dozen schools – including George Westinghouse, Boys and Girls High, and Sheepshead Bay High School -- to the list of schools the city is considering closing,  … Full Article

NYU on the `CUSP’ of MetroTech launch

NYU’s Center for Urban Science and Progress (CUSP) Tuesday announced that it will launch its inaugural programs and host its first class of 50 students at MetroTech.  … Full Article

Reggie!, Reggie!: Evans' hustle highlights Nets' landmark OT win over Knicks

Reggie Evans and the Nets have bigger fish to fry than the New York Knicks. … Full Article

Councilwoman delivers turkeys to hurricane victims

The impact Hurricane Sandy had on Red Hook and other parts of Brooklyn’s waterfront gave an air of urgency to the annual Thanksgiving turkey giveaway City Councilwoman Sara Gonzalez (D-Red Hook-Sunset Park) conducted for the holiday. … Full Article

Speaker Quinn against moving Lopez into another district

Council Speaker Christine Quinn wants to change the proposal by the Districting Commission that would move Assemblyman Vito Lopez into Councilwoman Diana Reyna’s district, the New York P … Full Article


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