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Annual Our Lady of Mount Carmel Giglio Festival celebrates 130 years in Williamsburg

The row of burly men grimaced, their neck veins bulged and sweat dripped from their foreheads as they strained to raise the 4-ton wood tower that symbolizes a lily. … Full Article
 

Electric street racing takes over Red Hook this weekend

Topping out at 150 mph, some of the world’s fastest electric race cars will be zipping and zooming around Red Hook this weekend for the city’s first-ever international car race. … Full Article
 
 

Jr. Explorers set up mini-museums at Brooklyn Borough Hall

Kids attending the Jr. Explorers Club, a traveling camp, created mini-museums and shared them with passersby at Brooklyn Borough Hall on Friday. … Full Article
 

High-octane doggy fashion show kicks off Park Slope Summer Stroll

In Brooklyn, even doggy fashion shows have after-parties with live bands featuring Tony Award-winning actors and emceed by stand-up comedians. It’s a classic Brooklyn tail — litter-ally. … Full Article
 

VIDEO: Leaders gather in Cobble Hill to call for Community Board approval of Citi Bike expansion

District 43 City Council candidate John Quaglione held a press conference at the intersection of Clinton and Congress streets in Cobble Hill on Friday. … Full Article
 

Ede Fox hopes TWU support drives her to primary win

Ede Fox, who is challenging incumbent Councilmember Laurie Cumbo in the Democratic primary, is hoping that a recent endorsement she received from the Transportation Workers Union (TWU) will help drive her to victory in September. … Full Article
 

City testing out a totally car-free Prospect Park this summer

Joggers, cyclists and walkers rejoice: Mayor Bill de Blasio and the city’s Department of Transportation (DOT) announced on Monday that Prospect Park will be entirely car-free for the first time this summer.  The park’s roads are currently open to northbound traffic during the morning rush-hour. … Full Article
 

No Big Bang: Kosciuszko Bridge not being demolished Tuesday

Contrary to public belief, the old Kosciuszko Bridge will not be demolished Tuesday. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn’s role as tech powerhouse surges with coming of virtual reality lab

Another step in Brooklyn’s evolution as a tech powerhouse comes with the announcement that the borough will soon be home to the country’s first ever publicly funded virtual reality/augmented reality (VR/AR) facility. … Full Article
 

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