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President Obama to visit Crown Heights high school Friday

President Barack Obama plans to visit Pathways in Technology Early College High School (PTECH) in Crown Heights on Friday, as Politicker reported.  … Full Article
 

Federal suit filed for wrongful death of Brooklyn woman

Lawyers for the family of Kyam Livingston have filed suit in Brooklyn federal court accusing New York City and the New York City Police Department for causing and contributing to Livingston’s wrongful death. … Full Article
 

Appellate Division, 2nd Department, to hold session at Hon. Albert Rosenblatt Dutchess County courthouse

Presiding Justice Randall T. Eng of the Supreme Court, Appellate Division,  Second Judicial Department, announced on Monday that the court will hold its first sitting at the historic Honorable Albert M. … Full Article
 

New plans for Heights Cinema corner leaves movies downstairs, people up

Hey LPC, what'll it be? The red? The white? Will there be a fight? … Full Article
 
 

Crain’s backs Lhota for mayor

In a campaign where almost nothing is going right for Joe Lhota, the Republican candidate for mayor got a boost late last week when Crain’s New York Business endorsed his bid for City Hall. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association honors one of its own

The Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association (BWBA) held its annual membership party last Thursday at the TD Bank on Montague Street. … Full Article
 

Famed apothecary chain coming to Montague Street

The secret is out. The tenant that's taking Corcoran's coveted corner storefront on Montague and Henry Streets is an East Village apothecary whose blue astringent lotion was a favorite of Andy Warhol's. … Full Article
 

Popular ‘Hyperbole and a Half’ blog soon to be a book

Allie Brosh, the author behind the wildly popular blog “Hyperbole and a Half” and the #1 Indie Next Pick for November, “HYPERBOLE AND A HALF: Unfortunate Situations, Flawed Coping Mechanisms, Mayhem, and Other Things That Happened” (on-sale: Oct. … Full Article
 

Appellate Division preserves prior order to keep LICH open

 
The Appellate Division, 2nd Department has dismissed a request for stay filed by the State University of New York-Downstate (SUNY) in its ongoing effort to close Brooklyn’s Long Island College Hospital (LICH).   … Full Article
 

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