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Ready, Set, Go: Bulldozers roll for Two Trees, Gotham at BAM cultural district sites

Downtown
Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night …. stays developers from starting work on high-profile BAM Cultural District projects. … Full Article
 

Law students from Liverpool visit Brooklyn

Downtown
Brooklyn Law School recently hosted a group of aspiring law students from South Sefton College, Litherland, Liverpool.  As part of their visit to the Eastern District Federal Court, they received a lecture from United States District Court Judge Nicholas G. Garaufis.  … Full Article
 

Tribune Society hosts reception at Family Court

Downtown
The Tribune Society hosted a membership drive and reception in Brooklyn's Family Court Tuesday afternoon. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn Town Hall on pre-K programs, Wednesday

Downtown
On Wednesday, Feb. 19, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Brooklyn Borough Hall, New York Communities for Change is hosting a Brooklyn Town Hall to discuss the city's plan for pre-K and after-school programs. … Full Article
 

De Blasio reportedly getting involved in LICH case; SUNY contempt hearing on hold

Cobble Hill
A much-anticipated contempt hearing against the State University of New York (SUNY) had barely begun on Tuesday when state Supreme Court Justice Johnny Lee Baynes adjourned the proceedings, at the request of two of the petitioners in the case who said Mayor Bill de Blasio was about to get involve … Full Article
 

Fruits of warrantless arrest lead panel to vote for new trial

Brooklyn Heights
All evidence resulting from a warrantless arrest has been thrown out and a new trial ordered for a Brooklyn criminal defendant. … Full Article
 

New novel re-stages classic ‘Rebecca’

Cobble Hill
Famed author Meg Wolitzer described Rachel Pastan’s debut novel “This Side of Married” as “a wedding bouquet of great wit and affection” and Booklist praised it as “smart … Full Article
 

Song-a-day maven cuts one for 'Brooklyn'

Williamsburg
Song-a-day writer Jonathan Mann (he's up to number 1,867) teamed with Erel Pilo last week to cut this ode to Brooklyn… … Full Article
 

Snow sculptures bring imaginative critters to Brooklyn Bridge Park

Brooklyn Heights
Castles and dragons and octopi, oh my! Roughly 100 snow enthusiasts of all ages gathered at Pier 5 in Brooklyn Bridge Park this past Saturday for the park’s first-ever snow sculpture contest, sponsored by the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy. … Full Article
 

Mosley throws support behind Fortis development plan in LICH dispute

Prospect Heights
Assemblyman Walter T. Mosley (D-57) on Monday threw his support behind one of several proposals being considered by SUNY Downstate in its push to sell Long Island College Hospital (LICH), in Cobble Hill. Mosley said in a letter to SUNY Board Chairman H. … Full Article
 

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