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Howe's Brooklyn: Let us now praise Brooklyn’s most focused musical force

Of all the musicians in the world, it may be assumed, overwhelmingly, that most find fulfillment and can potentially rise to their best when they rehearse and perform with others. Indeed, most audiences are moved the most by ensemble. … Full Article

Homey independent BookCourt expands to upstate NY

One-hundred-and-sixty miles north of Brooklyn in South Kortright, … Full Article

HeartShare dedicates charity run to Sandy victims

HeartShare Human Services of New York is dedicating its 33rd Annual Buckley’s – Kennedy’s 5K Charity Run to the people of Breezy Point who are still trying to rebuild their lives after Hurricane Sandy. … Full Article

Hynes announces alternative-to-incarceration program for women

Kings County District Attorney Charles J. Hynes and the Women’s Prison Association, with the support of multiple women’s advocacy and legal groups announce JusticeHome, a home-based alternative to incarceration, for women, particularly those with children.  … Full Article

Broadway Triangle Coalition alleges housing discrimination

The Broadway Triangle Community Coalition, several City Council members and Brooklyn Legal Services Corporation A protested in front of City Hall on Wednesday, demanding that New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg hal … Full Article

BROOKLYN STORIES: Boro historian, Eagle columnist, publishes collection

Diversity and distinctiveness are part of the historic fabric of Brooklyn—they are part of its people, landmarks, favorite events and more. Borough Historian John B. … Full Article

Levin praises judge, bashes mayor in Sandy housing fight

Hurricane Sandy took place more than six months ago, yet New York City is still feeling her aftermath. Some residents whose homes were destroyed are still living in hotels, unable to find new places to live. … Full Article

Five Boro Story Project celebrates storytelling, film and music in Brooklyn

Marking the launch of the Five Boro Story Project, producer Bridget Bartolini, Brooklyn-based author/performer Michele Carlo, and filmmaker Heather Quinla … Full Article

Young Brooklyn author on how to ‘make it’ as a writer

“In this day and age, big dreams are the first step down a long, lonely path to disappointment,” jokes Alida Nugent in the first chapter of her new book “Don’t Worry, It Gets Worse: One Twentysome … Full Article

As Atlantic Avenue redevelops, prime mixed-use asset hits the block for $9.15M

In a unique opportunity to acquire a recently-renovated asset in Brooklyn’s brownstone belt, a four-story, 5,975-square-foot mixed-use walk-up building at 348 Atlantic Avenue in the borough’s Boerum Hill neighborhood is on the market for $9.15 million exclusively through Eastern Consolidate … Full Article


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