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Stickball, skelly, nostalgia galore on Slope entrepreneur's T-shirts

Park Slope
Did you play stickball and skelly as a kid – or wish you did? If so, Robert Feingold's got a T-shirt or two for you. … Full Article
 

Sexy undies? Park Slope mommies say no thanks

Park Slope
So much disposable income in Park Slope, and so many young women to spend it. So why is Enelra Lingerie going out of business? Don't Slopers buy sexy underwear? … Full Article
 

Luck of the Irish: Fifth Ave. dive bar O'Connor's gets a makeover

Park Slope
When Irish eyes are smiling … it's because a new pub is opening on Fifth Avenue that will bring a bit of the Emerald Isle to Park Slope. … Full Article
 

Lobster lovers rejoice! Luke's is headed to Park Slope

Park Slope
Big news for crustacean cravers: Luke's Lobster is moving to 237 Fifth Ave. in Park Slope. … Full Article
 

OPINION: BHA says LICH proposals small on square footage, big on unsubstantiated claims

Cobble Hill
SUNY’s last minute RFP amendment brought out some known brides with new grooms, or perhaps the brides just changed gowns. … Full Article
 

Sunset Park non-profit helps high school dropouts

Sunset Park
A Sunset Park-based non-profit organization that has assisted thousands of troubled teenagers get back on the right path in life is searching for more young people to help. … Full Article
 

Influential Hillary Clinton biography to launch in DUMBO

DUMBO
Two White House correspondents trace Hillary Clinton's political comeback, from the ashes of her primary defeat to the most important diplomatic position in the world. … Full Article
 

LICH contempt hearing postponed again as SUNY talks in progress

Cobble Hill
In a slight delay to original plans, officials at the State University of New York (SUNY) and Department of Health have been scheduled to appear before a Brooklyn judge on Thursday to answer for their yearlong -- and many say, illegal -- attempts to close Long Island College Hospital (LICH) … Full Article
 

Ken Thompson sworn in as new Brooklyn DA

Navy Yard
On Sunday, Feb. 9, behind the backdrop of navy blue drapes and in the presence of an admiring audience filling out a soundstage at the Steiner Studios in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, Kenneth Thompson became the first African-American to ever be sworn in as Brooklyn’s top prosecutor. … Full Article
 

Forthcoming book to trace history of Brooklyn Bridge Park

DUMBO
Since the first plans for a park along the Brooklyn waterfront were developed in 1988, Brooklyn Bridge Park has continually evolved to become a remarkable, award-winning public space featuring expansive lawns, waterfront promenades, innovative playgrounds, a greenway, spo … Full Article
 

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