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Socceroof grand opening brings 70,000 square foot facility to Sunset Park

Residents of Brooklyn will be having a ball at the newest addition to the waterfront called Socceroof, an eye-popping 70,000 square foot indoor soccer facility that opened Nov. 1. … Full Article

VIDEO: Brooklyn Law School students join in vigil to honor Pittsburgh synagogue victims

A vigil in front of Brooklyn Law School in memoriam of the 11 people murdered last weekend in the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh brought together students from several faiths on Thursday night. … Full Article

Brooklyn Historical Society raises $590,000 at annual Fall Gala

The Brooklyn Historical Society raised $590,000 at its annual Fall Gala on Monday night, and donations are still rolling in. This year’s gala, the third of its kind, was held at The Liberty Warehouse in Red Hook. … Full Article

Man critical after stabbing in Greenwood Heights

A man was stabbed several times at the corner of 23rd Street and Fifth Avenue in Greenwood Heights at about 9:30 p.m. Thursday after a heated dispute, police said. … Full Article

Amy’s Bread opens in Brooklyn Heights

The first Brooklyn location for gourmet bakery Amy’s Bread opened this week in Brooklyn Heights at 311 Henry St., the former location of Tazza.    … Full Article

Cops seek three men in attack and robbery of 19-year-old in Sunset Park

Cops are looking for three men that attacked and robbed a 19-year-old male at knifepoint in Sunset Park. … Full Article

Spring hits Brooklyn Bridge Park, in November

Spring Break. In November. It's going to be 70 degrees today in Brooklyn. Sev-en-ty de-grees. Don't you want to play hooky from work and spend this balmy day outdoors? … Full Article

Sunset Park’s Brooklyn Kitchen to hold pie-making workshops

Many city residents either don’t have the knack for pie-making or are afraid to try it, but one Industry City organization is changing that notion.   … Full Article

Bushwick art gallery’s closing seen as symbol of local arts scene’s decline

Arts-minded Brooklyn residents are sad that Signal, a well-known gallery at 260 Johnson Ave., Bushwick, will close after a final one-night exhibition, “No Signal,” on Nov. 2.   … Full Article

Art and architecture organization opens bar and restaurant in Clinton Hill

A Manhattan-based arts and architecture educational and informational organization, e-flux, has opened a bar-restaurant in Clinton Hill near Pratt Institute, according to Archpaper. It’s called Bar Laika. … Full Article


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