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NYPD officer badly hurt in deadly Coney Island fire leaves hospital

A police officer who was severely injured while responding to a Brooklyn fire has left the hospital. Officer Rosa Rodriguez rolled into the sunshine in a wheelchair but in uniform on Monday from Weill Cornell Medical Center. … Full Article
 

Telecom ends Madison’s perfect season with 3-2 victory

It was the middle of winter, softball was still a few months away, and a snowstorm cancelled school for Telecommunication Arts & Technology. … Full Article
 

Ann Hampton Callaway sings ‘Barbra Streisand Songbook’

Brooklyn icon Barbra Streisand is getting the ultimate borough tribute – an evening devoted to her songs – at a special concert at Kingsborough Community College on Saturday. … Full Article
 

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to fix Coney Island shoreline

The Coney Island shoreline, which was battered by Hurricane Sandy nearly 18 months ago, is going to get a much-needed fix-up, according to Senator Charles Schumer, who announced on May 7 that the U.S. … Full Article
 

City Museum presents 1960s Coney Island photos

The Museum of the City of New York in Manhattan is presenting “In a World of Their Own: Coney Island Photographs by Aaron Rose, 1961-1963,” the first exhibition of the photographer’s images of sunbathers and swimmers at Brooklyn’s most famous beach. … Full Article
 

Stringer to hold Sandy hearing in Coney Island

City Comptroller Scott Stringer took a tour of Coney Island on May 2 to assess post-Sandy rebuilding efforts in advance of a public hearing he will hold in the community on May 6 and said he came away feeling more determined to get to the bottom of the city’s mess involving hurricane relief … Full Article
 

Brooklyn teen arraigned on murder charge in fatal Coney Island fire

A 16-year-old boy who authorities say set a mattress fire in an apartment building has pleaded not guilty to murder in the death of a New York City police officer who responded to the blaze. … Full Article
 
 

‘Zipper’ chronicles Coney Island’s storied history

Coney Island has changed quite a bit over the past few years, especially since the building of Luna Park and the Scream Zone. However, there are those who miss the old, anarchic, slightly seedy but always in-your-face Coney Island.  … Full Article
 

Southern Brooklyn to join worldwide commemoration of Holocaust victims

On April 27, residents of southern Brooklyn will join the rest of the world in commemorating the loss of millions of victims of the Holocaust. … Full Article
 

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