Apple discovers a new stage for its fanfare: Brooklyn

The event being planned for the Brooklyn Academy of Music was so hush-hush for a while that BAM staffers were using a code name: Acme. By Tuesday morning, however, the secret was out. … Full Article

Brooklyn Law School Dean's Law and Policy Forum connects classroom with real issues

Brooklyn Law School is always looking for ways to connect ideas and lessons from the classroom to the larger legal and political community. … Full Article

Downtown 44-story apartment tower to replace century-old printing plant

A demolition permit has been issued for an almost-100-year-old Downtown Brooklyn commercial-industrial building that is slated to be replaced with a 44-story apartment tower. … Full Article

Interview with St. Ann’s ‘Oklahoma!’ revival star, Brooklyn native Rebecca Naomi Jones

One of the iconic female roles in American musical theater is that of Laurey Williams in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s 1943 classic “Oklahoma!,” which is currently receiving a glorious revival — and selling out nightly — at St. Ann’s Warehouse in DUMBO. … Full Article

Apple expected to unveil new iPads, Mac in Brooklyn

New iPads and Mac computers are expected Tuesday as part of an Apple event in New York. The event is being held at an opera house in Brooklyn, suggesting Apple is pushing products focused on creativity and the arts. … Full Article

New culinary novelty cookbook shop to open in Cobble Hill

This November, a novelty cookbook shop is coming to Cobble Hill. … Full Article

Williamsburg and Greenpoint parks get over $160,000

Who doesn’t love a great party for a good cause? … Full Article

VIDEO: Hundreds of dogs compete at Great PUPkin Costume Contest

Hundreds of spectators came out to cheer on the 115 contestants of the Fort Greene PUPS' 20th annual Great PUPkin Dog Costume Contest on Sunday, where pooches of all sizes and their enthusiastic owners dressed in creative costumes. … Full Article

NYPD commissioner apologizes over mishandled 1994 Prospect Park rape case

New York Police Department Commissioner James O'Neill on Sunday apologized to a woman who came forward with a rape allegation in 1994 but was discredited by police, saying the department let her down "in almost every possible way." … Full Article

Brooklyn's second ax-throwing bar opens in Greenpoint

It’s “Like darts on steroids,” said co-owner Howard Klotzkin about his business Bury the Hatchet, the chain behind nine ax-throwing bars across the U.S. … Full Article


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