Brooklyn Hospital Center to double size of Emergency Department

The Brooklyn Hospital Center (BHC) announced last Thursday that it plans to use funds raised from its Foundation’s annual gala to renovate and increase the size of the hospital’s emergency department. … Full Article

New signs in Brooklyn Bridge Park reveal park’s history

On Wednesday at noon, Brooklyn Bridge Park President Regina Myer and Brooklyn Historical Society President Deborah Schwartz, along with elected officials and community members, will unveil a series of signs and markers throughout Brooklyn Bridge Park that tell the history of the Brooklyn wa … Full Article

Couples to be wed at shuttered ReBar seek criminal recourse

Brooklyn business owner Jason Stevens has plead not guilty to tax fraud charges in Brooklyn Supreme Court, Criminal Term. … Full Article

Brooklyn sailor serving on nuclear submarine

A Brooklyn man is getting the chance of a lifetime, serving on a nuclear submarine as a member of the U.S. Navy, where he is realizing his leadership qualities. … Full Article

NYC Trashion Fashion Show set to hit the runway at Brooklyn Navy Yard

There’s no doubt that New York City has its fair share of trash. We do our best to ignore it when we see it on our street corners and in mammoth piles in front of our apartments. Maybe that’s where our trash thought process ends – out of sight out of mind, right? … Full Article

Water nymph graces Brooklyn Heights window

Passers-by on Montague Street did double-takes when they realized that the beautiful water nymph sitting in the window of M.A.C. makeup store was a living human. … Full Article

Apartments planned at Harte & Co. factory site

Prepare to say So long to an iconic – and pollution-plagued – Greenpoint waterfront industrial property, the former Harte & Co. factory building. … Full Article

Save Pier 6 campaigns for more proportional development in Brooklyn Bridge Park

“The petition is very open-ended,” Lori Schomp explained to a woman strolling through Saturday’s Willowtown Fair. “We’re just asking for the community to be involved. As these decisions are evolving and happening very fast, we’d like the park to slow down so neighbors can have an input.” … Full Article

ReBar owner pleads not guilty to tax fraud charges

The owner of a popular DUMBO restaurant that closed abruptly and left dozen of couples without a wedding venue has pleaded not guilty to tax fraud charges. Jason Stevens, the owner of reBar, is charged with failing to pay more than $1 million in taxes on the business from 2009 to 2012. … Full Article


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