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St. Francis again ranked a top regional college

As St. Francis College students settled in to their new routines for the fall 2014 semester, they heard some good news about their school. U.S. News & World Report has once again ranked St. Francis in Brooklyn Heights as a Top Regional College in the North. … Full Article
 

BEAT Festival to feature ‘electrifying’ Brooklyn performances

The Brooklyn Emerging Artists in Theater (BEAT) will bring its signature performances to the Brooklyn Museum on Sept. 11 to launch its third annual festival. … Full Article
 

Junior's is staying in downtown Brooklyn!

The home of  Brooklyn's most famous cheesecake is not for sale after all. The owner of Junior's Restaurant has decided not to sell the building that houses the restaurant. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn’s oldest community chorus holds open auditions

Do you sing in the shower? Do you miss those karaoke nights? The Brooklyn Philharmonia Chorus, the borough’s oldest community chorus, is looking for new singers. The chorus is holding open auditions for its 59th year beginning on Tuesdays Sept. … Full Article
 

‘Skeleton in the Closet’ latest in Manbeck’s Heights crime series

In his “Brooklyn Heights Crime Series,” set in 1930, former Brooklyn Borough Historian John Manbeck looks at Heights institutions past and present the docks at the foot of Montague Street, the Hotel Margaret, Patricia Murphy’s Candlelight Restaurant and the  … Full Article
 

Seriously, Brooklyn, do you have a Go Bag?

Military personnel have them in their airplanes. Spies have them under the floorboards. And the NYC Office of Emergency Management (OEM) wants you to have one, too. … Full Article
 

‘Garbage of love’ trashes the Brooklyn Bridge

Ingenious tourists have come up with a new twist on the Brooklyn Bridge “locks of love” phenomena: “garbage of love.” … Full Article
 

Crown of gold: City Point in Downtown Brooklyn

The tower-in-the-making over at City Point in Downtown Brooklyn wears a bright ring of paneling — kinda looks like a crown, doesn't it? … Full Article
 

Menchaca picks Zuniga over Ortiz for assembly

With just days to go until the primary, Councilmember Carlos Menchaca has upended the race for Sunset Park’s State Assembly seat by endorsing the challenger over a longtime incumbent. … Full Article
 

Former lawyer’s background shapes debut novel

Brooklyn-based novelist Helen Wan’s debut, "The Partner Track," now available in trade paperback, traces the story of Ingrid Yung, who is about to become partner at Parsons Valentine, a prestigious New York City law firm.  … Full Article
 

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