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More officers requested for Brooklyn Bridge Park after shooting

Brooklyn Bridge Park suffered a well-publicized violent incident on April 15 when two shots were fired on Pier 2, and as a result, the 84th Precinct has made a request for more cops to help patrol the popular park during the summer months. … Full Article
 

SPark Workshop Brooklyn provides a home for artists

Industry City, the collection of 16 historic warehouses that sits on 40 acres of land located next to the Sunset Park waterfront, enjoys a solid reputation as a hub for businesses, artists and budding technology entrepreneurs. … Full Article
 

Japanese Cherry Blossom Festival Sakura Matsuri returns to Brooklyn

The Brooklyn Botanic Garden is hosting the 34th annual Sakura Matsuri festival on April 25 and 26 — the largest annual event held in a U.S. public garden — which celebrates contemporary Japanese culture and, of course, the cherry blossoms. … Full Article
 

Clean-water advocate plans Earth Day swim at Gowanus Canal Superfund site

A clean-water advocate will make an Earth Day swim in Brooklyn's polluted Gowanus Canal, a federal Superfund site. Christopher Swain is calling for an accelerated cleanup of the site in Brooklyn. … Full Article
 

OPINION: After BBP Pier 2 shooting, a call to join Brooklyn Bridge march to end gun violence

As a local mom who regularly enjoys Brooklyn Bridge Park with my family, I was dismayed to read of the shots fired at Pier 2 last week. … Full Article
 

Celebrate Earth Week at Brooklyn Borough Hall

Brooklyn Borough Hall is celebrating Earth Week by hosting a week of activities designed to protect the environment and reduce waste, this week through Friday, April 24. … Full Article
 

What's Up on Fifth Avenue: A manufacturing building is getting a makeover

A nifty-looking old South Slope brick building that's painted ghost-white is getting a residential makeover. … Full Article
 
 

What's Up on Fifth Avenue: Green-Wood Cemetery buys property needed for Weir Greenhouse visitors center project

Done deal! At last. Green-Wood Cemetery recently closed on a property purchase that's crucial to the makeover of the Weir Greenhouse, which is being turned into a visitors' center for the famed Brooklyn graveyard. … Full Article
 

Live at BAM: Philip Glass talks up new book

Philip Glass may be a famous composer now, but at one time, he had to make ends meet by driving a taxicab. … Full Article
 

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