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When is the next bus? In Brooklyn, LinkNYC kiosk has answer

Residents of Park Slope and other nearby communities will soon be getting a new way to tell how long they will have to wait for the next bus to arrive. … Full Article

Brooklyn sex trafficker gets 6 years

A Bedford-Stuyvesant sex trafficker made a last ditch effort to change his attorney before a Brooklyn judge sentenced him to six years in prison on Wednesday.  … Full Article

Transit advocates say state budget doesn’t go far enough

The state budget agreement hammered out by Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the State Legislature last weekend doesn’t do enough to fix New York City’s deteriorating subway system, transit advocates charged. … Full Article

Popularity of iconic Brooklyn Bridge walkway calls for redesign, or banning something

When the Brooklyn Bridge walkway was crammed to capacity this past weekend, it was just one of many instances of pedestrian and cyclists overcrowding on the famed bridge and sometimes coming into conflict with each other.  … Full Article

In Brooklyn, Martin Luther King Jr. spoke of the American dream

Exactly 50 years ago today, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was shot and killed on the balcony of room 306 at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee. … Full Article

Faith In Brooklyn for April 3

Retrospective Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Preached At Plymouth Church in 1963 … Full Article

Brooklyn Heights Association drops Pier 6 fight, takes on BQE, jail, school issues

The Brooklyn Heights Association (BHA) says it will not appeal a court decision allowing two controversial towers to go up at Pier 6 in Brooklyn Bridge Park. … Full Article

Advocates want criminal justice reform to go beyond simply closing Rikers Island

As the city is working on a long-term plan to close Rikers Island and replace it with five smaller borough-based jails, including a potential expansion of the Brooklyn House of Detention on Atlantic Avenue, reform advocates gathered together at Brooklyn Law School to discuss the move which  … Full Article

Faster, cheaper fix for BQE authorized in NYS Senate Bill, averting Brooklyn crisis

After more than a year of intense advocacy by elected officials and Brooklyn residents, the New York State Senate passed a bill early Saturday authorizing a bidding method that will shave two years off the upcoming $1.9 billion Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (BQE) rehabilitation. … Full Article

NYU’s Tandon School of Engineering appoints first female dean

For the first time in its 164-year history, the former Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn appointed its first female dean yesterday. Jelena Kovacevic was named dean of NYU’s Tandon School of Engineering by President Andrew Hamilton and Provost Katherine Fleming, effective Aug. 15. … Full Article


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