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`Little Opera' film debuts; Caruso often frequented Carroll Gardens, Red Hook

The evening of Jan. 30 was a special one at the DiMenna Performing Arts Center, located at 450 West 37th St. in Manhattan. It was founded by Italian-American financier and philanthropist Joseph DiMenna and opened in 2011.
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Brooklyn Bookbeat: A turbulent mother-daughter relationship

New Brooklyn resident Domenica Ruta has just released her debut memoir – a coming-of-age tale titled “With Or WithoutYou.” In the book, which went on sale yesterday, Ruta … Full Article

$100,000 in solar equipment stolen from Brooklyn Bridge Park

More than $100,000 in solar equipment donated to power vehicles and equipment has been stolen from the Pier 1 area of Brooklyn Bridge Park, according to the New York Post. … Full Article

How to spend $1 million? Voters get to decide

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Fairway Market in Red Hook reopening with a party on Friday, March 1

Four months after Red Hook’s Fairway Market was forced to close by Superstorm Sandy, the foodie emporium is readying for a grand reopening and ribbon cutting this Friday morning, March 1. … Full Article

Sequester may cut legal services, but not the Brooklyn court system

For many people, March 1, 2013, is just a date on the calendar. But for those who rely on federal funding for the operation of their legal programs, March 1 may come with a daunting prospect. … Full Article

PRO BONO BARRISTER: 'Wine! Whine! Wine’ provides spirited Inn of court agenda

Topic of `Wine! Whine! Wine’ Provides Spirited Inn of Court Agenda What does the law have to do with an upcoming CLE program titled "Wine, Whine, Wine?" … Full Article

Brooklyn Bookbeat: James Lasdun and Michelle Orange to speak at powerHouse Arena

Two celebrated writers – James Lasdun and Michelle Orange – will appear at DUMBO’s powerHouse Arena on Wednesday, Feb. … Full Article

Medical exminer probes ex-Post editor's mysterious Cobble Hill death

The New York City Medical Examiner’s Office on Monday said that tests to determine the cause of death of Elizabeth Ann Borst, the Cobble Hill resident who was found on the floor of home with a massive wound to her head, were inconclusive. The office is now conducting tissue and toxic … Full Article


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