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New Brooklyn Expo Center coming to Greenpoint

It’s a brand new space and a brand new show in one of the fastest-growing neighborhoods in Brooklyn. The new 40,000 square foot Brooklyn Expo Center in historic Greenpoint will open to the public on Sept. 13 and 14 with the first-ever Brooklyn Antiques & Book Fair. … Full Article
 

OPINION: Make Cadman Plaza Park into a Brooklyn destination

During the Labor Day weekend, I met some friends from Brooklyn and Manhattan at the Park Plaza Diner, followed by a small gathering in Cadman Plaza Park.  … Full Article
 

Lauded Pan Pan Theatre brings Beckett's ‘Embers’ to BAM Sept. 17

“Embers” is a theatricalized presentation of an early radio play by the legendary absurdist author, Samuel Beckett, staged by the Pan Pan Theatre Company. First broadcast in 1959, the play opens with Henry, sitting on a beach and remembering stories and incidents from his life. … Full Article
 

New book explores evolution of American medicine

Based on 15 years of research and illustrated with dozens of historical and exclusive photographs, “Dr. Mütter’s Marvels: A True Tale of Intrigue and Innovation at the Dawn of Modern Medicine” (Gotham; Sept. … Full Article
 

Scaffolding made Atlantic Avenue storefront a money pit

A prime Atlantic Avenue retail site in prosperous Cobble Hill should be a real gold mine. Right? “You would think,” said disappointed shopkeeper Ahmed Hanaif — or make that departed shopkeeper. … Full Article
 

Staubitz Market's owner gives us the 411 on Court Street real estate

Everybody calls him Mr. Staubitz — that's the name on the neon sign out front. But the man behind the counter at the nearly century-old meat market, which is a magnet for foodies of the carnivorous kind, is really named John McFadden.  … Full Article
 

How We Love Thee? In praise of Cobble Hill real estate before the LICH sale closes

How do we love thee, Cobble Hill? Let us count the ways. … Full Article
 

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
 

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