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Families flock by the hundreds to Brooklyn Heights for annual egg hunt

Brooklyn Heights
In Holland Taylor’s current Broadway hit Ann -- about the legendary late Texas Governor Ann Richards –- Richards’ character says, “I’m getting so old I can hide my own Easter eggs.” … Full Article
 

BREAKING: Another reprieve for Brooklyn's LICH; Judge issues temporary restraining order

Cobble Hill
Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Johnny Lee Baynes issued a temporary restraining order on Monday, April 1 that bars the New York State Department of Health from shutting down Long Island College Hospital (LICH) until at least May 2. … Full Article
 

OPINION: Let LICH live!

Cobble Hill
On March 19, the State University of New York voted again to approve the closure of Brooklyn’s Long Island College Hospital (LICH), arguing  … Full Article
 

Another Nets downer: Jazz on top, 116-107

Atlantic Yards
SALT LAKE CITY — Deron Williams was hoping to quiet the Utah Jazz fans on Saturday. He only turned up the volume as the Jazz continued their playoff push with a 116-107 victory over Williams'Brooklyn Nets. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn Bookbeat: Pulitzer Prize-winning author Elizabeth Strout to speak at Brooklyn By The Book

Park Slope
Elizabeth Strout, bestselling author of the 2009 Pulitzer Prize-winner “Olive Kitteridge,” will be the next featured speaker at  … Full Article
 

Nuggets beat Nets to win 18th straight at home

Atlantic Yards
DENVER — The Denver Nuggets' success runs deep, especially on their home floor. … Full Article
 

NYC bike-sharing program’s new roll-out date is May

Brooklyn Heights
Citi Bike, the long-awaited but sometimes-delayed bike-share program that is slated to open 600 bike-sharing “stations” with 10,000 bikes across the city, is now slated to roll out in May with locations in Brooklyn Heights, Downtown Brooklyn and Fort Gree … Full Article
 

IT'S A DEAL: City pols will mandate paid sick leave for private biz; Brooklyn Chamber cheers

Downtown

Brooklyn Chamber’s Scissura: 'Makes good business sense'

New York City Council members stood with business leaders and labor advocates Friday morning to support a deal to bring paid sick leave to workers in New York City. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn Bookbeat: ‘Paris Reborn': Brooklynite’s take on City of Lights

Cobble Hill
Stephane Kirkland, a writer who splits his time between Brooklyn and Paris, will soon release his vivid and engrossing account of the greatest transformation of a major city in modern history. … Full Article
 

Mayoral candidates to duke it out in Brooklyn on April 3

Brooklyn Heights
The five top Democratic contenders for the position of New York City’s next Mayor will be presenting their positions and answering questions at a forum at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 3 at St. Francis College, 180 Remsen Street, in Brooklyn Heights. Doors open at 6 p.m. … Full Article
 

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