Official New York City Homeless Shelter Count Nears 60,000
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Discuss Cops, Community And Innovative Policing At BRIC Town Hall October 5
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Brooklyn Tech Staffer Tries to Hit Colleague With Baseball Bat, Police Say
Jeremy Lin: 'Charlotte Was A Breath Of Fresh Air'
Woman, 35, Lived Near Bay Ridge Park Where She Was Found Dead
The Wild Magic Of Caribbean Carnival Is Alive In Brooklyn
Greenpoint Street Art Murals Appear And The Water Tower Is Lit Green During Climate Week
Police Seek Williamsburg Man Planning To Commit Suicide By Cop
Nets’ Hopes Rest On Budding Relationship Of Their Big Two
How One South Slope School Is Leveling The Playing Field For Middle School Admissions
Islanders’ New Acquisition Could Cost Youngsters Some Jobs
Local Greenpoint poet Tadeusz Chabrowski has recently published "Shreds of a Monk's Robe" (Bayberry Books), an epistolary, non-fiction book.
Each year at Brooklyn Historical Society’s (BHS’s) Brooklyn Bounty, 400+ guests enjoy chef’s tastings of the best food Brooklyn has to offer, music, cocktails and more. This year’s event will be held on Oct. 22 at a new space — 26 Bridge in DUMBO.
Court sketch artist Alba Acevedo depicts a court scene in this image, which was published earlier this year in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Acevedo, along with hundreds of other Gowanus-based artists, will open her studio to the public on Oct.
Many families abide by tradition and routine, such as a nightly meal together, but rarely does a young family treat a public restaurant as its home dining room.
Katniss Everdeen, come on down to Gowanus.
Brooklyn's only full-time archery range has arrived.
Brooklyn Fencing Center, which teaches children and teens how to wield foils with finesse, moved to Gowanus late last month, to 600 Degraw St., just off Third Avenue.
Yosemite National Park's got El Capitan. We've got fake rock walls aplenty at the city's oldest dedicated climbing gym, aptly named Brooklyn Boulders.
The doyenne of Brooklyn ceramists teaches Saturday pottery classes for kids at her Gowanus art studio — and thank goodness she co-owns the place. She couldn't afford to rent a whole building in this day and age.
This club has something you've probably never seen before, even if you're a tennis player: Small-scale courts for the small fry.
It's quite the kid magnet.
Third Avenue. In Gowanus. Really.