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Jury convicts Williamsburg rabbi of sexually abusing young girl

A respected religious counselor in New York's ultra-orthodox Jewish community was convicted Monday of repeatedly sexually abusing a young girl who had come to him with questions about her faith. … Full Article

Brooklyn Bookbeat: Tuesday at Book Court: A secret history of coffee, coca & cola

Brooklyn-based writer and illustrator Ricardo Cortés will appear at Book Court next week to celebrate the release of his new illustrated book A Secret History of Coffee, Coca & Cola.  You may remember Cortés’s d … Full Article

Brooklyn Bookbeat: ‘Is That a Word?’ Find out next Thursday at powerHouse: David Bukszpan on the language of ‘Scrabblish’

Whether you play Words with Friends on your smart phone or you stick to the traditional Scrabble board game, head to Brooklyn’s powerHouse Arena next Thursday, December 13, at 7pm, for a chance to brush up on your skills … Full Article

Many Sandy-battered Brooklyn parks will remain closed ‘for months’

Many parks and beaches in Brooklyn remain closed because of damage from Superstorm Sandy, according to the city's Parks Department.  … Full Article

Brooklyn Bookbeat: Wednesday, Dec. 12 at powerHouse: the history behind Nostradamus

This Wednesday, December 12, powerHouse Arena will be hosting author and historian Stéphane Gerson for a reading and signing of his latest book, Nostradamus: How an Obscure Renaissance Astrologer Became the Modern Pr … Full Article

Beyonce is Nets’ good luck charm

Business Insider did an analysis of the Brooklyn Nets’ wins and losses, and came up with the conclusion that the team does better when Beyonce, the singing superstar and wife of Nets’ minority owne … Full Article

New round of anti-Islamic hate ads to be hung in subways

New advertisements carrying anti-religious messages -- created by Pamela Geller and her anti-Islamic “American Freedom Defense Initiative” – will be hanging in New York City subways starting December 17, the  … Full Article

Tired of long, anxious waits for buses? `Bus clocks’ could help

It’s an age-old question: “Where’s my bus?”
Well, you know those displays that you see at many of the city’s subway stations, where it tells you “Express Train in 3 Minutes” or “Local Train in 2 Minutes?” … Full Article

‘Winter’s Tale’ takes DUMBO back to early 20th century

Residents and workers of DUMBO – part of Brooklyn’s “Tech Triangle” – caught a glimpse of a fleeting past Friday night as the Manhattan Bridge Arch and Pearl Street Triangle were transformed into a tiny piece of the early 20th Century. … Full Article

State obtains $5.5M settlement from EHS, operator of dorms at St. George

The state Attorney General’s Office has obtained a $5.5 million settlement to resolve an investigation into what it calls mismanagement and excessive executive compensation at Educational Housing Services, Inc. … Full Article


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