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Waiting for the other shoe to drop in LICH-Land

They're waiting for the other shoe to drop in LICH-Land. … Full Article
 

More than one million celebrate West Indian Day Parade

More than one million people flocked to Eastern Parkway this Labor Day for the 46th annual West Indian Day Parade to enjoy the colorful floats, costumes, food, music and dancing. … Full Article
 

Fort Greene Park advocates aim to revive gift of Spain lost to vandalism

An historic plaque in Fort Greene Park, donated by Spain during America’s bicentennial in 1976 but long since removed due to vandalism, may finally come home. … Full Article
 

New program bonds Israeli and American Jews in Brooklyn Heights

Singing and sharing a meal together is a universal joy. A new program coming to Brooklyn Heights will celebrate song cuisine and togetherness as it is experienced in Israeli culture. … Full Article
 

Author to launch debut historical novel in Cobble Hill

Debut novelist Jessie Burton will present her new historical novel, "The Miniaturist," at BookCourt in Cobble Hill on Sept. 13 at 4 p.m. The book, which went on sale Aug. 26, combines history and mystery — and is already generating buzz amongst writers and critics. … Full Article
 

Primary focus: Key endorsements for Sikora and Simon in Brooklyn’s 52nd Assembly race

With primary elections one week from Tuesday, big endorsements have been announced in the race for Brooklyn’s 52nd Assembly District, where  … Full Article
 

In Brooklyn, Teachout calls for investigation into LICH sale

Zephyr Teachout, the Fordham law professor challenging Gov. Andrew Cuomo in the upcoming Sept. 9 primary, called for an investigation into the sale of Long Island College Hospital (LICH) during a press conference in Cobble Hill Saturday morning. … Full Article
 

Welcome Back! Coignet Building's historic façade emerges during rehab

Preservationists rejoice! Little Red is looking good. The Coignet Building, that little lost landmark dwarfed by Gowanus' gigantic Whole Foods, has been stripped of red fake-brick siding that had obscured its true beauty since the 1960s. … Full Article
 

City Tech students win International Design Competition in Shanghai

This spring, City Tech students Eugene Babkin, Bijan Mokhtari and Angjelo Kuka won first place in the regional Digilent Design competition hosted by City Tech. … Full Article
 

DUMBO ‘First Thursday Art Walk’ coming Sept. 4

On the first Thursday of every month, DUMBO galleries will stay open late and local restaurants and bars will offer specials, for nights of art, gallery openings, artist talks and live performances. The recurring event is being called ‘First Thursday Art Walk,’ and will begin on Septe … Full Article
 

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