Law Journal photographer Rick Kopstein honored at federal court art gallery

Dozens of members of the legal community came together at the Charles P. Sifton Gallery in Brooklyn’s federal court Thursday night to celebrate the opening of the legal eye, Rick Kopstein’s photography exhibition. … Full Article

Fariña is keynote speaker at economic education confab

A non-profit organization that works to help students understand the worlds of money and finance will welcome Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña as its keynote speaker when it holds a two-day conference at New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge this week. … Full Article

In industrial Brooklyn, thousands flock to Jamie Jones’ Paradise party

Everyone has his or her own definition of paradise. Merriam-Webster defines it as "a place or state of bliss, felicity or delight." For some, the term may evoke images of white-sanded beaches on a remote island. … Full Article

Multi-cultural perspectives from new St. Francis president

In August, St. Francis College, ranked among Forbes top colleges for the tenth year, announced that Miguel Martinez-Saenz would become the 19th president of the 160-year old college. He follows interim President Timothy J. … Full Article

The Nano Tech World Series?

The Worlds Fair Nano 2017, at the Brooklyn Expo Center on Sept. … Full Article

Brooklyn lawmakers named MIT Community Fellows

In a nod to their work to empower economically marginalized neighborhoods, eight Brooklyn lawmakers are among a group of elected officials from New York City selected by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to become named King Community Fellows for the 2017-2018 academic year. … Full Article

Night and day, tourists parade past pricey Pierhouse condos on Squibb Park Bridge

Gute Nacht and buenos dias, Pierhouse condo dwellers. Night and day, visitors from all walks of life are admiring your stylish furniture and the glamorous bathtubs perched beside your windows — thanks to Brooklyn Heights' bouncy bridge. … Full Article

Last looks at the Jehovah's Witnesses sign Kushner Cos. plans to remove

Oh, that fine red glow. When it's gone, we will miss it so. The red Watchtower sign's days are numbered. … Full Article

Hit-and-run driver in Williamsburg convicted of manslaughter

A 57-year-old man faces up to 15 years in prison after he was convicted of reckless manslaughter, leaving the scene of an incident and reckless driving for a hit-and-run incident that took the life of a cyclist in Williamsburg, Acting District Attorney Eric Gonzalez announced on Monday. … Full Article


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