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Brooklynite to share book of elegies in Cobble Hill

Brooklyn-based poet Patrick Phillips’ new collection “Elegy for a Broken Machine” consists of odes to the greatest loves and losses in our lives right alongside odes to the seemingly insignificant — cigarettes, a mattress, a mirror, our hair and more. … Full Article
 

Lutheran Family Health Centers board elects new chairman

A dentist with a passion for helping Brooklyn’s immigrant communities has been tapped to serve as chairman of Lutheran Family Health Centers. … Full Article
 

St. Francis falls short of Northeast Conference title, continues to NIT

The St. Francis Terriers’ quest for an NCAA tournament berth ended after they lost 66-63 to Robert Morris in front of a packed house at the Pope Physical Education Center on Remsen Street Tuesday night. … Full Article
 

Construction Update: Greenpoint

Keep On Truckin', Baby. (Remember that Temptations song?) … Full Article
 

Construction Update: Lightstone Group's 363 and 365 Bond St., Gowanus

Keep On Truckin', Baby. (Remember that Temptations song?) … Full Article
 

Construction Update: AVA DoBro, 100 Willoughby St., Downtown Brooklyn

Keep On Truckin', Baby. (Remember that Temptations song?) … Full Article
 

The Hotel Bossert won't re-open until summer

Fine wine takes time. So does remodeling a landmark like the Bossert. … Full Article
 

Library officials met with blunt questions, cautious support at Brooklyn Heights meeting

Brooklyn Public Library officials and developers were upbeat at a Monday night meeting that provided some new details on the plan to sell and develop the Brooklyn Heights library branch. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn Historical Society to present ‘Photography and Letter Writing in Civil War Brooklyn’

Brooklyn Historical Society (BHS) will present “Personal Correspondents: Photography and Letter Writing in Civil War Brooklyn,” a new exhibition that reveals the personal stories of Brooklyn soldiers and their families during the American Civil War.  … Full Article
 

Junior League of Brooklyn events help at-risk women and families

The Junior League of Brooklyn (JLB) continues to show its commitment to helping at-risk women, children and families throughout Brooklyn during March, which is Women’s History month.  … Full Article
 

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