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A Queen Anne Beauty Holds The Corner In Bed-Stuy (Photos)
In Era Of Fake News, Coney Island School Teaches Fact vs. Fiction
Charity Aims To Turn Dyker Heights Property Into Senior Housing
Guardian Ditches Move To Kushner Building After Newsroom Revolt
A Chat With Prolific Architect Gene Kaufman
Pier 6 Lawsuit Hearing Postponed Again
Wilson Avenue Entrepreneur Talks Business And Bushwick
Slave Theater Demolished As Bed-Stuy Icon Makes Way For Mixed-Use Development
Young East New York Woman Wonders If She Was In Suspected Serial Killer’s Grasp
International Manhunt For Russian Murder Suspect Ends In Sheepshead Bay
NU Hotel Brooklyn And Welancora Gallery Announce Partnership
Walk Through The Clouds At This Trippy Art Installation In Downtown Brooklyn
Popular Clinton Hill Pub Reopens After February Fire
'Islanders-Brooklyn Arena Marriage Salvageable?'
Williamsburg School Raises Awareness For World Down Syndrome Day
The Brooklyn Library Must Not Allow Norman Finkelstein To Lecture On Israel
New York’s First Community Solar Project Coming Soon In Brooklyn
Mayor Touts Vision Zero Progress
Hannibal Buress: Your Neighborhood Ambassador To Williamsburg
Detective, Firefighters Honored As 'Heroes Of The Month' At Brooklyn Borough Hall
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Brooklyn Museum appoints Anne Pasternak as director
The Brooklyn Museum announced on Tuesday that it has named Anne Pasternak, president and artistic director of Creative Time, as its new director. …
Casa Duse hosts musical performances in Park Slope
During the weekend of May 8 to 10, the Casa Duse on Prospect Park West in Park Slope and host Robert Krakovski offered three special musical events.
A new look at an old Brooklyn Heights icon, 166 Montague St.
It's one of the glories of Montague Street.
And some people who purchase condos at the Brooklyn Trust Company Building are going to get great views of it.
Bellissimo! Montague Street palazzo could be ready for residents in August
Here's a new way for people to live in Brooklyn Heights — inside a bank that looks like a palazzo in Romeo and Juliet's hometown. …
Fortis reveals first look at LICH development plans
Developer Fortis Property Group presented its first look at plans for the site of the former Long Island College Hospital (LICH) at a standing-room-only meeting of the Cobble Hill Association (CHA) on Monday. …
Judge extends TRO on Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pierhouse project
To the disappointment of developers, a Brooklyn judge on Monday extended a partial Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) on the Pierhouse development at Pier 1 in Brooklyn Bridge Park.
Brooklyn Heights' 'Asphalt Jungle' house shows its restored face to the world
Back To The Future.
Professor marks 100th birthday at Brooklyn Law School
When Brooklyn Law School professors and alumni refer to an "institution," they might very well be talking about Professor Joseph Crea.
Brooklyn Bar Association Volunteer Lawyers Project to hold gala at BAM
The Brooklyn Bar Association Volunteer Lawyers Project (VLP) is holding its 25th anniversary celebration on May 20 at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Carroll Gardens Association to honor local leaders at 44th anniversary celebration
The Carroll Gardens Association, Inc. (CGA) will host its 44th anniversary celebration on May 28 at Marco Polo Ristorante at 345 Court St.
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