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A ‘green sweep’ for Cobble Hill’s P.S. 29

State Sen. Daniel Squadron presented a New York State Proclamation to P.S. 29 John M. Harrigan School at their “Green Awards Celebration” Friday morning in Cobble Hill. The senator's proclamation recognizes P.S. … Full Article
 

4 Brooklyn residents indicted in connection with kidnapping and promoting prostitution of 13-year-old girls

Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson and New York City Police Commissioner William J. Bratton on Monday announced that four people have been named in a 32-count indictment in connection with the 2014 kidnapping of two 13-year-old girls. … Full Article
 

Two Trees breaks ground on new building at Domino Sugar site

Up, Up And Away. Keep your eye on the east side of Kent Avenue between S. 3rd and S. 4th Streets in Williamsburg. … Full Article
 

7th annual Brooklyn Folk Festival celebrates best of folk music

Celebrating folk music from near and far, the Brooklyn Folk Festival showcases 30 bands, workshops, film screenings and contests. … Full Article
 

Collection of ‘Humorous’ mini-stories examines memory

“The Book of Memory Gaps,” by debut author Cecilia Ruiz, is a collection of darkly humorous mini-stories that examine the curious and capricious nature of memory. … Full Article
 

Report: Brooklyn Bridge repairs $100 million over budget

Records show that repair work on the Brooklyn Bridge is $100 million over budget and the completion date has been pushed back again. … Full Article
 

BAM presents 'Black & White ’Scope: American Cinema'

The post-World War II era brought forth a flood of color films, so it seemed that the monochromatic images of the silver screen were destined for irrelevance. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn Hospital Center’s interim CEO to take over on March 1

A trustee of The Brooklyn Hospital Center, Jonathan M. Weld, will be taking over as interim president and chief executive officer of the hospital on Sunday, March 1. Weld will serve while the board continues its search for a successor to departing CEO Dr. Richard B. Becker. … Full Article
 

'An Octoroon' thrills at Theatre for a New Audience

Our borough's got its very own run of a dazzling, dizzying play about slavery and hopeless love — and the art of play-making — that won an Obie Award last year for Best New American Play when it was shown in Manhattan. … Full Article
 

Myrtle Ave. Brooklyn Partnership creates ‘Audio Tour of Black Art History’

The Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership has created a self-guided “Audio Tour of Black Art History,” now available on iTunes and on myrtleaveue.org/black-artstory-tour/. … Full Article
 

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