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Mouth-watering gingerbread village on display at the Brooklyn Marriott

There’s the “Plum Pudding Hotel,” and “Jackie’s Sweet Shop.” Next door is “Salyer’s Fine Socks” and “Sam’s Fish Market.” … Full Article
 

Sketch comedy group presents ‘A Very ’90s Christmas!!!’ in Downtown Brooklyn

Coming off a wildly successful packed show at BAMCafé last month, New York City’s fastest rising sketch group, American Candy, announces their next performance celebrating the silliest moments of the 1990s and the craziness of the holidays. The performances will take place on Dec. … Full Article
 

High-tech internship program continues success

The Brooklyn Tech Triangle Internship Program, which was launched this past summer as a pilot program, is continuing throughout the fall and spring, and organizers hope to have at least 50 student in … Full Article
 

Another Dumbo? Gowanus real estate market is cooking

Could Gowanus become another DUMBO? Broker Bob Klein thinks so. … Full Article
 

Batcave begins reconstruction in Gowanus, not Gotham City

Somebody alert Robin – the reconstruction of the Batcave has begun. The graffiti-crowned industrial building across the street from the new Gowanus Whole Foods doesn't belong to Batman's alter ego Bruce Wayne. … Full Article
 

Whole Foods opening Dec. 17 on the banks of the Gowanus Canal

Good morning, Gowanus! There were toxins in the soil, opposition from neighborhood artists and manufacturers, injured construction workers. Finally, Brooklyn's first Whole Foods Market is opening on Dec. 17. … Full Article
 

From kitchen to classroom at City Tech

There are times when someone’s career trajectory takes an unexpected turn. Options that may exist for Hospitality Management/Culinary Arts professionals are many, but there is one that is both interesting and not widely known.    … Full Article
 

Brooklyn Holiday Book Fair features vintage books and reading by Paul Auster

For the second holiday season, Honey & Wax Booksellers will bring independent Brooklyn bookshops and antiquarian booksellers to fill Park Slope's Old Stone House with rare, vintage, and out-of-print books in a celebration of the borough's rich history of printing, reading and writing. … Full Article
 

Giant menorah lights up Downtown Brooklyn for Chanukah

Rabbi Aaron L. Raskin, leader of Congregation B’nai Avraham in Brooklyn Heights, partnered with Joseph Bochetto, Branch Manager at New York Community Bank Borough Park’s branch on 13th Avenue, to light the candles on the seventh night of Chanukah at Brooklyn Borough Hall on Tuesday night. … Full Article
 
 

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