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Radcliffe Institute fellow returns to Brooklyn for new solo show

A visit to Elise Adibi’s makeshift art gallery/studio apartment on Monroe Place is a reminder of the flavor and breadth of characters who call Brooklyn Heights home. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn Hospital Center’s CEO is stepping down

Dr. Richard Becker, president and CEO of The Brooklyn Hospital Center (TBHC), is leaving his job to become the CEO of New Found Health, a hospital and healthcare company affiliated with private equity firm Blue Wolf Capital Partners.  … Full Article
 

St. Francis College celebrates new graduates

Hundreds of parents, families and friends came to St. Charles Borromeo Church in Brooklyn Heights to celebrate Winter Commencement with the newest graduates from the Class of 2015 on Jan. 14. … Full Article
 

Cave Canem Foundation presents new works, reading

Brooklyn-based artist William Villalongo’s works will be showcased from 6 to 9 p.m. on Jan. 29 at Cave Canem Foundation in DUMBO. … Full Article
 

Gowanus design firm sponsors international planning competition

Gowanus by Design, a community-based urban design advocacy group, is presenting its third international design and planning competition, “Axis Civitas.” … Full Article
 

Brooklyn embraces connection to noted Harvard Kroks

The evening of Jan. 7 featured a “first” at the venerable Heights Casino, a private club founded in 1904. It was the first formal concert ever held in the doubles squash court. Performing were the Harvard Krokodiloes, one of the finest a cappella groups in the world.  … Full Article
 
 

Knish author bakes up entertaining talk at Heights Library

In discussions of traditional Eastern European Jewish food, the knish is often an afterthought. To begin with, it’s rarely a meal, usually a snack. Secondly, in most old-time Jewish delis, it was always one of the lowest-priced items on the menu, along with hot dogs. … Full Article
 

Business leaders, educators team up to start school tech program

Teamwork between the public and private sectors has led to the development of an educational program that will give students a jump on careers in engineering and architecture, according to a group of educators and business leaders. … Full Article
 

Who owns the even-numbered buildings on Old Fulton Street?

Want to know who owns real estate on Old Fulton Street? Stroll with us up the even-numbered side of the street, and we'll tell you, address by address. … Full Article
 

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