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Q&A with Alexandra Bowie, new president of Brooklyn Heights Association

Founded in 1910, the BHA has a distinguished history, particularly as a watchdog protecting the quality of life in New York’s first Landmark Community. … Full Article

Brooklyn Heights Association optimistic about bike share program

After years of anticipation, the Citi Bike Share program is finally hitting the streets of Brooklyn.  The Brooklyn Heights Association, which has expressed concerns over the program in the past, is excited for the programs launch in May. … Full Article

NEWS ANALYSIS: In Jay-Z’s New Rap, Who Are the `dweebs’?

In his new song, “Open Letter,” 17-time Grammy winner Jay-Z, a longtime booster and part-owner of the Brooklyn Nets, addresses his having to sell his reported $4.5 million stake in the team so he can become certified as a player agent. … Full Article

Adams launches ‘Simple Step’ campaign against child abuse

State Sen. Eric Adams, the frontrunner in the race for borough president, is joining forces with a non-profit group to raise awareness of child abuse prevention measures. … Full Article

Great GoogaMooga returns to Prospect Park in May

The 2013 Great GoogaMooga food and music spectacular will return to Prospect Park on Brooklyn May 17 through 19. If you want to go, you'll need to buy tickets soon. … Full Article

Report: LICH doctors say SUNY 'won't open books' to interested buyers

Two hospital groups have "expressed interest" in taking over the threatened Long Island College Hospital (LICH) in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, the New York Post reports. … Full Article

Officials congratulate NYPD on capture of hate-crime suspect

Following news that the person of interest in the Williamsburg mezuzah-burning case, 35-year-old Ruben Ublies, has been apprehended, elected officials and community leaders congratulating NYPD on their investigation. … Full Article

Brooklyn BookBeat: Talmud scholar to speak at Park Slope Jewish Center

Maggie Anton, acclaimed author of the “Rashi’s Daughters” series, is coming to Park Slope Jewish Center on April 21 to discuss her book “Rav Hisda’s Daughter: Book I: Apprentice” (Plume Origin … Full Article

Cops ID suspect In Williamsburg hate crimes

Police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating a suspect wanted for questioning in regard to 12 incidents of arson against religious Jews in Williamsburg.
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