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Brooklyn Hospital’s plan for LICH causes some consternation at Carroll Gardens Q and A

It wasn’t the complimentary roast beef sandwiches or coffee that gave some in the audience of 60 to 70 local residents a case of agita at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is Carroll Gardens on Thursday night. … Full Article
 

Confirmed: LICH bidding attracts strong interest from full service hospital teams

Brooklyn community organizations who were petitioners in the Long Island College Hospital (LICH) litigation have confirmed that they met this week with three groups who have presented plans to operate a full-service hospital at the LICH site. … Full Article
 

Hundreds to be laid off at LICH, as final bidding round approaches deadline

Hundreds of nurses, technicians and other staffers at Long Island College Hospital (LICH) in Cobble Hill received layoff notices this week, as the final round of bidding for the hospital is approaching a key deadline. … Full Article
 

Hasta La Vista, Baby! Demolition of Remsen Street eyesore begins

So it begins. Demolition of Brooklyn Heights eyesore 153 Remsen St. started in earnest Thursday, with a worker telling the Brooklyn Eagle that very, very soon the derelict commercial building will be history. … Full Article
 

Gas leak causes evacuation at Williamsburg synagogue

A gas leak was called in at 2:10 p.m. to the FDNY for 161 Rodney St. in Williammsburg, a low-rise brick building occupied by a synagogue known as the Beth Medrash Chemedy. About 25 people were evacuated, according to the FDNY. … Full Article
 

‘A Doll’s House’: Best of 19th century literary on stage at BAM

The women's suffrage and civil rights movements were still decades in the future when Henrik Ibsen introduced his play, "A Doll's House," in Copenhagen. … Full Article
 

St. Francis students to present performance series

What did Zelda say when Scott told her never to write fiction again? Find out in “One Sunday at the Fitzgeralds,” a one act play presented by St. … Full Article
 
 

In Brooklyn Heights, victims bring to life ‘The Exonerated’

They were wrongly convicted of crimes they did not commit. Now free, Fernando Bermudez, Jabbar Collins, Jesse Friedman and Martin Tankleff will tell the story of six people wrongly placed on death row in the play “The Exonerated,” presented at St. … Full Article
 

BAM & IFC present ‘Get It Out There’

Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) and IFC have announced the lineup for the March installment of “Get It Out There: Comedy by BAM & IFC.” Beginning at 9 p.m. … Full Article
 

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