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Bus routes finally being restored to Brooklyn

The city is restoring or expanding nearly two dozen bus routes that were cut in 2010 to close a budget gap. Seventeen routes will return on Sunday, and four others will be back on Jan. 20. … Full Article
 
 

NYU-Poly new business incubator in Brooklyn’s DUMBO graduates first startup

 Less than one year after Polytechnic Institute of New York University’s (NYU-Poly) DUMBO-based tech incubator opened its doors, the school recently announced that TENDIGI, a mobile app development company, has become its first graduate.  The business incubator,  … Full Article
 

Brooklyn's first dinner boat preparing to launch

Brooklyn’s “very first dinner boat,” to be called The Water Table, has plans to serve seasonal New England food on a tug boat cruise around New York Harbor. … Full Article
 

'Heroes' beauty sued for alleged Brooklyn Cheeburger Cheeburger beating

The beautiful Tawny Cypress, star of the sci-fi TV drama “Heroes,” is being sued by her ex-husband for allegedly having him beat-up by her current boyfriend inside  … Full Article
 

Lawsuit on illegal hotels leads to proposed law change

The year 2012 saw a record year of tourism for New York City. The city welcomed 52 million visitors who generated an estimated $55.3 billion in economic impact to the city’s economy spread across the five boroughs.  The rise in tourist visitations has led to an increase in the illegal hotels. … Full Article
 

Bed-Stuy wins Brooklyn's rat race

Bedford-Stuyvesant is the unlucky New York City neighborhood where the most residents have picked up the phone and called 311 to report rats, according to a nifty interactive rat ma … Full Article
 

Brooklyn Bookbeat: Brooklyn writer and pastry chef collaborate on new romance novel

If your tastes run to fiction and dessert, you're in luck this winter: Brooklynite Megan Caldwell's new novel " … Full Article
 

Markowitz to auction off his trove of Brooklyn swag for charity

Borough President Marty Markowitz's final term in office runs out this year -- but before he goes, he's going to auction off his trove of office sw … Full Article
 

'Send us your dirt from Sandy,' scientists ask Brooklynites

A team of chemistry professors is asking Brooklyn residents to send them baggies filled with dirt from areas inundated with floodwater during Superstorm Sandy. … Full Article
 

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