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How DA candidates would reform marijuana prosecution

Downtown
Earlier, the Brooklyn Daily Eagle reported on the candidates for Brooklyn District Attorney and their stance on the criminalization of marij … Full Article
 

Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce celebrates new offices at 335 Adams Street

Brooklyn Heights
The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce celebrated the official grand opening on Friday of its new offices with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 335 Adams Street at Renaissance Plaza in Downtown Brooklyn. … Full Article
 

Filmmaker launches new Verdi film at Park Slope’s Casa Duse

Park Slope
On the evening of Thursday, May 30, a large crowd arrived at Casa Duse to celebrate special clips of a new film entitled “27.” It was made to launch the bicentennial of the great Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901) whose 27 op … Full Article
 

Puppet spectacular coming to Park Slope

Park Slope
A “puppet spectacular” returns to Park Slope with the annual Puppetry Arts Festival of Brooklyn on Saturday, June 15, from 11a.m. – 3 p.m. on 4th Street at 5th Ave along the park at the Old Stone House.  … Full Article
 

Double suicide shocks Park Slope

Park Slope
A Park Slope couple who hosted a self-help radio show committed suicide by suffocating themselves with helium and plastic bags, leaving suicide notes behind that told of bipolar disorder, according to the New York Post. … Full Article
 

25-Year Brooklyn resident to celebrate new book in Cobble Hill

Cobble Hill
Martin Kleinman, a 25-year Brooklyn veteran, has recently published “Home Front”, a collection of NYC-centric stories published by Brooklyn-based Sock Monkey Press. … Full Article
 

Facebook friends with a judge? Recusal may not be necessary

Downtown
A committee on judicial ethics ruled that a judge’s Facebook relationship with the parents of the victims of an alleged crime is not enough for the judge to be removed from a criminal trial, presumably the trial of the alleged offender.
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Heights resident’s volunteer project helps bring clean water to impoverished Honduras

Brooklyn Heights
In the middle of April, I left Brooklyn to volunteer with 19 Rotarians to endure exhausting physical labor in the mountains of Honduras, in conjunction with “Pure Water for the World” a non-profit organization. … Full Article
 

Crime up slightly in Cobble Hill, Carroll Gardens, Red Hook

Cobble Hill
Capt. Jeffrey Schiff didn't want to jinx the situation, but it’s not often that a police captain from the 76th Precinct gets to say this -- there has been no gun violence in Red Hook since Nov. 17, 2012. … Full Article
 

How a tweet inspired a novel

Cobble Hill
Acclaimed author Lauren Beukes has recently published “ … Full Article
 

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