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An empty sight in Brooklyn Heights

Brooklyn Heights
We see it glowing on our night walks through Brooklyn Heights. The lights are on, but nobody's home at 112 Montague St., where Starbucks said sayonara 13 months ago and there's nary a new tenant in sight. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn State Representatives put ‘failsafe’ LICH bills in place

Cobble Hill
Brooklyn state representatives have in place separate bills that could move forward if the sale of Long Island College Hospital (LICH) were actually to come to pass. … Full Article
 

Panel named to review trial convictions involving retired Brooklyn detective

Downtown
Kings County District Attorney Charles J. … Full Article
 

Street party highlights renaissance of 'secret' Brooklyn alley

Downtown
A gritty Downtown Brooklyn back alley, until now unloved and largely unknown, became the borough’s coolest place to be on Friday night. … Full Article
 

What to do after college? Heights author may have the answer

Brooklyn Heights
Brooklyn Heights writer Ari King graduated from Wesleyan University in the midst of the Great Recession. … Full Article
 

Retired Brooklyn judge rumored to be tapped to help settle LICH case

Cobble Hill
Retired judge and former state senator Hon. … Full Article
 

PS 503 chess team goes into summer as champions

Sunset Park
The chess club at PS 503 was founded only two years ago, but already the members are proving that they have what it takes to be champions. … Full Article
 

Tot rockers in DUMBO

DUMBO
Michael Napolitano of the Preschool of Rock had toddlers and their caregivers jumpin’ last week in the last of a series of DUMBO Family Summer Groove  … Full Article
 

Detectives revoke endorsement of Gonzalez

Sunset Park
In an unprecedented move, the Detectives Endowment Association (DEA), the union representing New York City’s police detectives, has suddenly revoked its endorsement of Councilwoman Sara Gonzalez in anger over her votes in favor of the controversial bills on Police Department oversight. … Full Article
 

Sara Gran's latest is bleak noir tale

DUMBO
"Claire DeWitt and the Bohemian Highway" (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt) just might be the bleakest noir tale since "Dope" (2006), and Sara Gran wrote that one, too. … Full Article
 

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