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Brooklyn federal court employees are deemed 'essential'

As the United States government continues its stalemate on the federal budget and negotiations on the raising the debt ceiling, the government remains in shutdown, forcing hundreds of thousands of U.S. federal employees home from their jobs without pay. … Full Article
 

Forest City and Greenland Group sign memorandum of understanding to form joint venture for Atlantic Yards

Brooklyn-based Forest City Ratner Companies, LLC (“FCRC”), the New York-based subsidiary of Forest City Enterprises, Inc. (NYSE: FCEA and CEB), and Shanghai-based Greenland Group Co. … Full Article
 

Residential skyscraper to share BAM-area block with new Shakespearean theater

Here's the gleaming tower that will keep the Bard company. Shakespeare's new home in Downtown Brooklyn, the soon-to-open Theatre for a New Audience, will share its Ashland Place block with a 52-story skyscraper the Gotham Organization is constructing.  … Full Article
 

‘Wordbirds’: A new book for word nerds

If you’re a word nerd like me, and you care more about your Words With Friends stats than the score of the Super Bowl, chances are you’ll be excited about Liesl Schillinger’s new book, “Wordbirds” (Simon & Schuster; Oct. 15). … Full Article
 

Nate Fish: From Brooklyn artist to a leader of Israeli baseball

It may seem like a stretch for someone who was once a Williamsburg-Bushwick visual artist to now be living in Israel and to call himself "The king of Jewish Baseball." … Full Article
 

Bushwick Inlet Park opens

The New York City Department of Parks and Recreation cut the ribbon on its newest and greenest facility, an innovative 15,500 square foot multi-use building serving North Brooklyn’s waterfront. … Full Article
 

440 Gallery: Collective breaks art-making ground in Park Slope

There's no impresario behind the 440 Gallery (440 Sixth Avenue in Park Slope) the way Alfred Steiglitz was the driving force at "291" (291 Fifth Ave. in Manhattan) in the early 1900s. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn Law School mourns longtime employee Mary Lee Bedford

Mary Lee Bedford, a beloved member of the Brooklyn Law School community for nearly three decades, died unexpectedly on Monday. She was 75.     … Full Article
 

De Blasio joins group of 'intervenors’ in LICH decision-making process

Community groups and organizations of medical professionals on Wednesday both hailed the decision by Kings County Supreme Court Justice Carolyn Demarest granting Public Advocate Bill de Blasio’s “motion to intervene” in the case that will determine the next operator of Long Island College H … Full Article
 

De Blasio granted permission to help find new operator of LICH

In the continuum of legal maneuvers involving the embattled Long Island College Hospital (LICH) and the State of New York University-Downstate (SUNY), a Brooklyn Supreme Court justice has granted Public Advocate and mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio permission to help find a new operator for … Full Article
 

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