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Ole! Mexican 'Urban Cuisine' comes to Montague Street

Brooklyn Heights
So what if folks say the upstairs space at 140 Montague St. is cursed? Giovanni Ventura's not scared. He and fellow chef Yovany Quisquina opened their first restaurant there last week. … Full Article
 

Traditional Heights holiday tree-lighting in 64th year

Brooklyn Heights
On Wednesday, for the 64th consecutive year, the switch was thrown to turn on the assortment of holiday lights at the entrance to the Brooklyn Heights Promenade, featuring a 25-foot Christmas tree and a Menorah. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn Bridge Park announces developer, operator of marina

Brooklyn Heights
Brooklyn Bridge Park (BBP) on Thursday announced the selection of a developer and operator of a first-class marina adjacent to Pier 5 at Brooklyn Bridge Park.  … Full Article
 

All Aboard! Grand Central's iconic Oyster Bar heads for Park Slope

Park Slope
Nothing says Manhattan like Grand Central Terminal – and the Oyster Bar with its succulent seafood, which has brightened commuters' days for a century. Are its charms transferable to Park Slope, to a block where there's no massive transportation hub nearby? … Full Article
 

'Coffee geeks' welcome at Gorilla's new java joint

Park Slope
For people who like coffee it's paradise, or pretty darn close to it. … Full Article
 

Super Sprowtz to help Lutheran Medical Center launch kid-friendly program

Sunset Park
Lutheran Medical Center is getting help from folks like Brian Broccoli, Colby Carrot and Erica Eggplant in its efforts to teach kids about nutrition. … Full Article
 

From South Africa to Brooklyn Heights: Local author discusses apartheid and Mandela

Brooklyn Heights
Ellie Levinson is a well-rounded Brooklynite. … Full Article
 

Maloney wages fight to establish women’s history museum in Washington

Greenpoint
Women are woefully under-represented when it comes to listing the accomplishments of great Americans in history books, according to U.S. Rep. … Full Article
 

Levin says he fought for concessions in Greenpoint Landing dispute

Greenpoint
A plan to dramatically alter North Brooklyn’s waterfront with the construction of high-rise buildings will actually result in some good things for the Greenpoint community, according to City Councilman Stephen Levin, who said he negotiated with the city and with the developer and won severa … Full Article
 

In surprise vote, SUNY board puts off plan to turn LICH into condos and urgent care center

Cobble Hill
Supporters of Long Island College Hospital (LICH) were jubilant late Tuesday after the SUNY board of trustees voted to table a resolution that would have allowed SUNY Downstate to begin negotiations to turn LICH into condos and an urgent care center. … Full Article
 

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