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Stargazing, soccer-playing robots come to Brooklyn for World Science Festival

The World Science Festival — which will include dozens of events throughout New York City — is set to return to Brooklyn this weekend. The annual festival allows participants to mix it up with leading scientists, thinkers and artists. … Full Article
 

The Hotel Bossert is aiming for an October reopening

It's party time — almost — at the Bossert. The iconic Brooklyn Heights hotel is aiming for an October reopening — just in time for World Series celebrations. If only the Dodgers were still here in Brooklyn. … Full Article
 

New at iconic 16 Court Street: Great coffee, Gregory himself

If Bernie Sanders’ campaign logo seems familiar to you, it might be because it’s remarkably similar to the Gregory’s Coffee logo, ubiquitous for the past 10 years among college students.  … Full Article
 

NYU Lutheran wins national award for stroke treatments

NYU Lutheran Medical Center is receiving national recognition for its treatment of patients suffering from strokes. … Full Article
 

Senior citizens share poems, prose at St. Francis College

St. Francis College recently hosted the sixth annual Senior Citizen Reading of Poetry and Prose by members of Professor Mitch Levenberg's Senior Citizen writing class.  … Full Article
 

Brooklyn junior sportswriters recognized in New York Sports Connection essay contest

The winners have been announced for the 2016 Sportsmanship essay contest. … Full Article
 

Bushwick takes next steps with a commercial upturn

Following on the heels of a residential boom that pushed its population to an all-time high of 147,840 in 2015, Bushwick is in the midst of a commercial renaissance.  Bushwick’s growth trajectory is similar to what was observed in Williamsburg and Long Island City. … Full Article
 

Are Pier 6 towers inevitable? City says yes

Brooklyn Bridge Park Corporation (BBPC) says it will vote this Tuesday on a revised plan to develop two residential towers in the park at Pier 6. … Full Article
 

Gowanus studio that films FX's 'The Americans' fighting closure

Alongside the head of one of North America’s most polluted waterways, a small film studio finds its existence threatened as two colossal bureaucracies battle head-to-head over the location of a key component to the long-awaited Superfund clean-up of the Gowanus Canal. Eastern Effects, Inc. … Full Article
 

St. Francis College honors newest class of nursing students

Brooklyn Heights’ St. Francis College recently honored its future nurses by hosting its second annual Nursing White Coat Ceremony. Dozens of undergraduate Nursing students each received a medical coat emblazoned with the St. Francis College Nursing logo.  … Full Article
 

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