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Retired Brooklyn Heights Dr. Hal Levey pens first novel at 91

Longtime Brooklyn Heights resident Hal Levey, 91, is a retired thyroid specialist, who recalls that he spent "many years with my nose to the grindstone," at Downstate Medical College. … Full Article
 

The discreet charm of south Bushwick

The south end of Bushwick has many sights that delight the Eye. It has a more low-key feel than the other end of the neighborhood, which we also love though it's chock-full of hipsters and plagued by purveyors of tainted K2 synthetic marijuana. … Full Article
 

Trapeze time in south Bushwick

He floats through the air with the greatest of ease The daring young man on the flying trapeze. Exercise is soooo boring. What better way to liven it up than to pretend you're in training to join the circus? … Full Article
 

Greenpoint spice seller is expanding in south Bushwick

Welcome to the neighborhood. Meaning south Bushwick. That's where Greenpoint entrepreneurs Kimmee and Evan Hoffman went to find expansion space for Brooklyn Spice Company. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn Heights duo presents unique portrait of girls’ school in India

A filmmaker has teamed up with a friend she met in high school in Brooklyn Heights to produce a portrait of a girls’ school in Anupshahr, India, a community that doesn’t believe in educating women. … Full Article
 

Live at the Archway: Under the Manhattan Bridge in DUMBO

Live at the Archway is an annual series of free summer concerts and events that take place Thursdays at 6 p.m. under the unique setting of the Manhattan Bridge in DUMBO — one of the only covered outdoor spaces in NYC. … Full Article
 

Daughter of prominent civil rights pastor says the church must re-commit to social gospel

The institutional church, which has largely embraced the prosperity gospels, must return to its original social justice commitment, says Jennifer Jones Austin. … Full Article
 

Robotic surgery makes its debut at NYU Lutheran

Robots are now assisting surgeons in the operating room at NYU Lutheran Medical Center, thanks to a clinical upgrade fostered by the NYU Langone Health System. … Full Article
 

City pumps $64 million into cultural institutions

Many of the city’s best-known cultural institutions, including the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), will be getting a financial shot in the arm thanks to a new funding initiative announced by City Council leaders. … Full Article
 
 

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