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OPINION: Address community needs before closing hospitals

The need to reduce healthcare costs and insure the uninsured has led to a most important and massive undertaking of healthcare reform, the Affordable Care Act. … Full Article
 

City retains teen’s brain, court reduces family award

A family was awarded $1 million for the pain and suffering they endured after discovering that their son’s brain was held by the Staten Island Medical Examiner without notification. … Full Article
 

More than half of TimeOut NY’s ‘Best New Bookstores’ in Brooklyn

Brooklyn has long boasted a particularly literary crowd. From Walt Whitman and Norman Mailer to Paul Auster, Jennifer Egan and Jonathan Safran Foer, some of America’s most esteemed writers come from the borough. … Full Article
 

Art show at Brooklyn Waterfront Artists' Coalition exhibit space to open in May

Hurricane Sandy may have set them back a few of months, but the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition’s Red Hook waterfront galleries open May 11th, bigger and better than ever with two new shows – Wide Open 4  and On the Waterfront Zone A.
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Brooklyn Tech High School to host 5-borough youth rock symphony Concert

Electrify Your Music Foundation, a new non-profit dedicated to revitalizing underfunded public school music programs, announces its first major fundraising and launch event – The 5-Borough Youth Rock Symphony – to take place on April 26 at Brooklyn Technical High School Theater in Fort Gree … Full Article
 

BULLS BLACKED OUT: Nets crush Bulls in first playoff game in Brooklyn

Deron Williams, Brook Lopez and the Nets turned the Brooklyn blackout into a blowout, beating the Chicago Bulls 106-89 on Saturday night in Game 1 of their playoff series. … Full Article
 

Designs unveiled for theater at Tobacco Warehouse in Brooklyn

Jonathan Marvel of Rogers Marvel Architects presented to a Community Board 2 subcommittee Thursday night a set of renderings for St. … Full Article
 

Nets ready for momentous playoff clash with Bulls — 8pm Saturday on ESPN

Our borough's first major pro sports franchise since the Dodgers abandoned us in 1957 has its first playoff game on Saturday night (8 p.m., ESPN) on the corners of Atlantic and Flatbush avenues. … Full Article
 

Lentol calls campaign finance reform ‘a smart idea’

By Paula Katinas Campaign finance reform is in the air in Albany. In the most recent development, Assemblyman Joseph Lentol (D-Greenpoint) said he will sponsor legislation to reform campaign finance laws to make the campaign system more equitable and fair. … Full Article
 

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