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Borough Hall is ‘going gold’

For families afflicted by the cruel menace of childhood cancer, the devastating disease is only compounded by a dearth of funding and dated treatments that are not only painful, but also risky. … Full Article
 

Music Series brings local country talent to Willoughby Plaza

Hill Country College Music Series, a music contest that gives local college roots, Americana and alt-country bands the opportunity to play, will take place at Willoughby Plaza, kicking off on Sept. 26.   … Full Article
 
 

OKCupid founder’s book explores ‘Who We Are’ in digital age

In the digital age, when human tendencies and our lifestyles are constantly evolving, it can be difficult to discern who we are and how we engage with others and the world around us. Christian Rudder, president and co-founder of OkCupid – one of the largest dating websites in the U.S. … Full Article
 

Deconsecrated Church of the Redeemer sold for $20 million

Gone Baby Gone. The historic Church of the Redeemer right near Barclays Center has been sold for $20 million. Can anybody say condo site? … Full Article
 

It's Baaaaack! R Train service returns to the Montague Tube

R U pleased the Montague Tube is repaired and reopened? … Full Article
 

OPINION: Junior’s is not just cheesecake

By now, most people know that the owner of Junior’s Restaurant, Alan Rosen, has decided not to sell Junior’s famed flagship location at Flatbush Avenue Extension and DeKalb Avenue, instead opting to keep the restaurant in the same space it has occupied since 1950 (actually, 1929 if you coun … Full Article
 

Family fun reigns at Sunset Park street festival

Family fun was the main item on the menu at the Sunset Park Fifth Avenue Street Festival on Sunday, where children got the chance to compete in a hula hoop contest, ride ponies, board a vintage Metropolitan Transportation Authority bus from the mid-1960s and dine on sausage sandwiches, corn on th … Full Article
 

Joyce Carol Oates to launch latest collection in Brooklyn

Just released Sept. 9, "Lovely, Dark, Deep" is the latest collection by literary great Joyce Carol Oates, who will speak about her book at the Brooklyn Book Festival on Sept. 21. … Full Article
 
 

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