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Which way to the Fillmore Place Historic District?

This must be the place. As in Fillmore Place. If you go to the movies at Williamsburg Cinemas, you've probably walked right past the sweet Williamsburg street. It's a short block away from the theater. Take a right turn off Driggs Avenue, and there you are. … Full Article

Where's Waldo? Williamsburg landmarks you should find

Hipsters. Hasidim. Hispanics. With so much to keep track of on the streets of vividly diverse Williamsburg, some of the landmarks in the waterfront neighborhood might have escaped your notice.  … Full Article

Katie Merz's 'glyphs' make Williamsburg development a selfie magnet

Selfie magnet.

Brooklyn-born artist Katie Merz has turned a façade of a Williamsburg residential conversion into a gigantic canvas for mesmerizing pictograms. … Full Article

Downtown Brooklyn rolls out new eco-friendly garbage cans

Everyone loves to complain about trash in the streets, but Downtown Brooklyn is expected to see less of it after an expansion of the smart waste and recycling system in the area. … Full Article

Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue to host free fall festival on Sept. 18 in Gowanus

Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue will hold its annual street festival on Sept. 18, where dogs, kids and adults can enjoy a variety of activities, including a Badass raffle, a pit bull kissing booth and an agility course. … Full Article

New novel explores connections between technology and human desire to love

Liz Moore, known for her novels “The Words of Every Song” and the much-acclaimed “Heft,” has recently published “The Unseen World” (W.W. … Full Article

Tourism boosting Brooklyn economy, Cornegy says

As chairman of the City Council’s Committee on Small Business, Councilmember Robert Cornegy keeps close tabs on the economic climate in the five boroughs. … Full Article

In Public Service: Clarke wants more focus on black women

The national conversation about race largely focuses on the plight of black men, but U.S. Rep. Yvette Clarke said that it is about to change, as the spotlight is starting to focus on women. … Full Article

Brooklyn Heights remembers 9/11 at Promenade prayer service

Death descended from the sky that day. New Yorkers will never forget. On Sept. 11, 2001, terrorists crashed planes into the World Trade Center, murdering nearly 3,000 innocent people. … Full Article

September 11 Tribute in Light shines bright from Brooklyn Heights Promenade

We will always remember you. Twin beams rose to the heavens on Sunday night, Sept. 11, 2016, in memory of the lives lost in the 9/11 terrorist attacks. … Full Article


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