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Provocative young author to speak in DUMBO

From one of this generation's most talked about, controversial, and hardest working young writers comes a novel about failed relationships, drug-induced depression, marriage, and death. … Full Article

Lopez faces tough, uphill race for City Council

Vito Lopez, the Brooklyn assemblyman accused of asking young female staffers to massage him, touch his cancerous tumors and join him in hotel rooms, resigned on Monday from the Legislature amid sexual harassment allegations.  … Full Article

Spider-Man will be swinging in to Brooklyn Public Library’s Summer Reading Kickoff

Do your kids like Spider-Man? Then get them to Brooklyn Public Library’s 2013 Summer Reading Kickoff on Thursday, June 6th. … Full Article

Cyclists flood DUMBO for ‘Bike Home from Work Party'

Hundreds of cyclists wheeled their bikes to a “Bike Home from Work Party” on Pearl Street in DUMBO this past Friday. … Full Article

Willowtown Spring Fair: Brooklyn Heights’ laid-back get-together

The 2013 Willowtown Spring Fair brought neighbors together on Saturday for a mellow day of music, food, sack races, tug-of-war and an architectural walking tour.  … Full Article

‘Mapping Manhattan’ author to celebrate book launch in Brooklyn

“Maps are the places where memories go not to die, or be pinned, but to live forever.” Adam Gopnik … Full Article

Bestselling ‘Coolidge’ author Amity Shlaes comes home to Brooklyn Heights for book talk

Amity Shlaes, the best-selling author and sage – though without the grey beard – of the world where politics, policy and economics collide, will speak in person on May 22 to her friends and neighbors in Brooklyn Heights.  … Full Article

LOPEZ GONE: Quits effective Monday 9 am

ALBANY — The Bushwick assemblyman accused of asking young female staffers to massage him, touch his cancerous tumors and join him in hotel rooms said Saturday he will resign rather than possibly be expelled from the Legislature amid sexual harassment allegations. … Full Article

Brooklyn, ‘Turkish Capitol of America,’ celebrates Ottoman culture

The crescent and star of a giant, red Turkish flag bedecked Brooklyn Borough Hall and party-goers sat on the steps to applaud the dramatic pageantry of the Turkish Armed Forces Harmony Band and other performances at Brooklyn’s annual Turkish Cultural Celebration on Thursday, May 16. … Full Article

Park Slope’s Community Bookstore to open Windsor Terrace shop

Founded in 1971, Park Slope’s beloved Community Bookstore is one of Brooklyn’s oldest independent bookstores. … Full Article


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