TONIGHT: ‘5 Borough Blues’ features five NY writers in Brooklyn Bridge Park

In its second year, Books Beneath the Bridge has quickly become known as one of Brooklyn’s most comprehensive literary programs, presenting scenic readings by esteemed authors at the beautiful Bro … Full Article

More LICH Arrests in Brooklyn: Congresswoman Velázquez, District Leader Simon and others put in cuffs

In what has become a rite of passage in Brooklyn, more elected representatives and community leaders were arrested on Monday while protesting the closure of Long Island College Hospital (LICH) in Cobble Hill. … Full Article

Brooklyn federal judge denies drug dealer sentence reprieve

A Brooklyn drug dealer must serve his entire 17-year sentence, Eastern District Judge Eric Vitaliano ruled last week.  … Full Article

Grove Place, once forgotten alley, comes to life with vibrant murals

Art is blossoming in Downtown Brooklyn’s once forgotten alley, Grove Place. … Full Article

Business development center expands to help Sandy victims

Working on the theory that it’s important to help people right in their own backyard, the Brooklyn Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at City Tech has opened four new offices in neighborhoods that are still trying to recover the devastation brought by Superstorm Sandy last October. … Full Article

BAMcinématek presents "A Time for Burning: Cinema of the Civil Rights Movement," 40 films from Aug 13—28

From Tuesday, Aug. 13 through Wednesday, Aug. 28, BAMcinématek presents A Time for Burning: Cinema of the Civil Rights Movement, a 40-film series commemorating the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington. … Full Article

Esteemed Brooklyn literary critic releases debut novel

Caleb Crain, an esteemed literary critic who frequently contributes to The New Yorker, the New York Review of Books, and The New York Times Book Review, among other publications, has now turned t … Full Article

Park Slope student becomes a ‘Green Girl’

Park Sloper Angelica Chery is a “Green Girl.” Even though the title sounds like she's the heroine in a comic strip, she's not. But she is a heroine of another sort. … Full Article

NYPD looking for woman who texted she was ‘scared’

New York City police are looking for a Brooklyn woman who disappeared shortly after texting her mother that she was "scared." … Full Article

After complaints, DUMBO post office reopens

One day after the Brooklyn Eagle wrote about DUMBO residents and workers frustrated in their attempts to mail packages and letters, the United St … Full Article


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