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Brooklyn: Worker dies in tragic accident at hotel construction site

A man working construction at the site of a hotel going up in the Boerum Hill neighborhood at the edge of Downtown Brooklyn was killed in a tragic accident at roughly 1:20 p.m. Tuesday afternoon. Paul Kennedy, 43, of the Bronx, was pronounced dead at the scene. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn Children’s Museum announces opening of new annex in Brooklyn Bridge Park

Brooklyn Children’s Museum (BCM) and Brooklyn Bridge Park (BBP) have announced the opening of Spark, BCM’s new 1,850-square-foot annex space located in the One John Street project in the park’s DUMBO section, which is slated for Oct. 15.  … Full Article
 
 

‘Love locks’ lost, on Brooklyn Bridge

A whole lotta lovin’ was cut off the Brooklyn Bridge on Friday and unceremoniously dumped into rolling trash bins. … Full Article
 

Falling bricks injure construction workers at former LICH site in Brooklyn

Bricks falling from the former Long Island College Hospital (LICH) in Cobble Hill, now an active demolition site, injured two workers at roughly 1 p.m. on Wednesday. … Full Article
 

HeartShare art show draws rave reviews

Children and adults with developmental disabilities have created drawings, paintings, collages, photographs and hand-crafted jewelry that are now on display at a special art exhibition in MetroTech. … Full Article
 

Le Youth brings down the house in Williamsburg

Although most fans at the Music Hall of Williamsburg on Saturday were not of school age, that didn’t stop them from taking part in Le Youth’s Homewerk Tour. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn author to discuss young adult debut

In her 2014 Modern Love essay for the New York Times, journalist and author Lisa Selin Davis shared the story of her wayward teenage years, time spent working at a youth conversation corps in a New York State Park, and…what Lou Reed taught her about love. … Full Article
 

Greenpoint’s USS Monitor trail marker stolen

Community historic memorials, markers, statuary, artwork as well as cemetery memorials across the country have been subject to vandalism and theft throughout history. Despite these attempts at destroying the pride of communities and the memories of families and heroes from the past, their m … Full Article
 

Williamsburg resident Lora Lee Gayer shines in Roundabout’s Broadway production of ‘Holiday Inn,’ the new Irving Berlin musical

On a recent gray, chilly, autumn morning (more San Francisco in late July than New York in early October), I was seated at a cozy, postage stamp-size Williamsburg coffee shop on Metropolitan Avenue. … Full Article
 

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