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Homeless shelter planned for Carroll Gardens?

A company run by the former Commissioner of the Department of Homeless Services in the Bloomberg administration wants to put a homeless shelter in Carroll Gardens. … Full Article

Museum suspends dance parties at First Saturdays

For the past 14 years, Target First Saturdays (originally just First Saturdays) have been one of the main attractions of the Brooklyn Museum. … Full Article

St. John's in Bed Stuy offers bread and life, legal advice

Unique charity serves up dignity with rare immigration services Located on Lexington Avenue in Bedford-Stuyvesant, St. John’s Bread & Life Program has been responding to the needs of poor and disadvantaged for the past 30 years. … Full Article

Health programs combat obesity in Central Brooklyn

On a cloudy, sweaty Wednesday evening, a crowd of 20-odd people dressed in tights, shorts and sweatshirts gathered in the courtyard of the Bedford-Stuyvesant Restoration Plaza. … Full Article

Stribling leases space on Atlantic Ave. in Boerum Hill

CPEX Real Estate reports the lease of a 3,500-square-foot retail space in a four-story mixed-use building on Atlantic Avenue to Stribling & Associates, a residential brokerage focus- ing on the luxury real estate market. … Full Article

All international cast In Weymuller Squash here

No American made it to the main draw of the $50,000 annual Carol Weymuller Women’s Squash Open held at the Heights Casino over the weekend. … Full Article

Sunset Park clinic stops performing abortions

 A Sunset Park women’s health center that has been at the center of the abortion debate in Brooklyn for more than two decades will no longer be performing the procedure. … Full Article

College Beat: Blackbirds get back on track with win over Wagner

The defending Northeast Conference champion women's soccer team from LIU-Brooklyn was in desperate need of a victory Sunday afternoon at LIU Field, having gone winless in its previous four matches (0-2-2) and still seeking its first league victory. … Full Article

City Tech to commemorate `Kristallnacht’

Roald Hoffmann, winner of the 1981 Nobel Prize in Chemistry and escapee from a Nazi labor camp in Poland, will speak on "Returning, Remembering, Forgiving," at New York City College of Technology (City Tech) on Thursday, November 8, 12:45 p.m., in the Atrium Amphitheater, 300 Jay St., Downtown Br … Full Article

38th Atlantic Antic rocks Downtown Brooklyn

Hundreds of vendors, a dozen sound stages and over a million people were estimated to have packed 10 blocks of Atlantic Avenue for the 38th annual Atlantic Antic in Downtown Brooklyn this past Sunday. … Full Article


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