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Artists, environmentalists, pols meet to plan future of Gowanus

Gowanus
Three hundred residents, artists, environmentalists and business owners took the first exciting steps toward outlining the future of Gowanus when they attended a meeting organized by elected officials on Monday. … Full Article
 

SUNY Downstate contempt hearing on hold; potential LICH operator rumored

Cobble Hill
The much-anticipated contempt proceedings against SUNY and the state Department of Health, scheduled to take place before state Supreme Court Justice Johnny Lee Baynes on Monday, December 12, have been put on hold until January 21. … Full Article
 

Assembly mulls sending teen criminal suspects to Family Court

Williamsburg
Should 16 and 17 year olds who are charged with crimes be automatically tried in adult court? Or should criminal cases involving teenagers be handled in Family Court? … Full Article
 

BPL unveils seven proposals for redeveloped Brooklyn Heights Library

Brooklyn Heights
It was rough sledding Thursday night for Brooklyn Public Library (BPL) officials as they presented seven proposals to re-develop the Brooklyn Heights Branch Library. … Full Article
 

Finally! World's largest mod building lands in Atlantic Yards

Downtown
The Mod Squad arrived at Atlantic Yards Thursday – and brought a pre-made studio apartment in a box along with them, complete with washer and dryer, wood flooring and paint on the walls. … Full Article
 

Weeksville Opens New Education/Arts Building Building

Crown Heights
The leadership and staff of Weeksville Heritage Center (WHC) in Crown Heights on Wednesday joined Borough President Marty Markowitz and other officials and community leaders to cut a ceremonial ribbon marking the completion of Weeksville’s new  … Full Article
 

The Mod Squad is coming to Atlantic Yards!

Downtown
The Mod Squad is coming to Atlantic Yards Thursday afternoon! Pre-made units for the world's tallest modular building will be hoisted into place at a construction site in the shadow of Barclays Center. … Full Article
 

In Brooklyn Heights, local author to discuss South African upbringing

Brooklyn Heights
Though she now calls Brooklyn Heights home, author Ellie Levinson is no stranger to the world abroad. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn’s oldest community chorus presents 2013 winter concert

Park Slope
The Brooklyn Philharmonia Chorus, the borough’s oldest community chorus, will present its Winter Concert 2013 on Sunday, Dec. 15 at 7:30 p.m. at St. Augustine’s Church, 116 6th Avenue, in Park Slope. … Full Article
 

Marty bids Brooklyn Borough Hall a fond adieu at his final tree lighting

Downtown
In below-freezing temperatures Tuesday night, Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz presided over his last Borough Hall Christmas tree lighting in a ceremony filled with steel pan music, kids and warm memories. The lighting was dedicated to Nelson Mandela. … Full Article
 

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