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Crane’s ‘The Bridge’ inspires musical theatre production

Famed poet Hart Crane’s “The Bridge,” among the most celebrated, enduring tributes to the Brooklyn Bridge, has inspired a new piece of art that explores the building of the great landmark that has come to define and symbolize Brooklyn. From Oct. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn House members vow action on Presidential security breaches

Two Brooklyn House of Representatives members vowed action to ensure that the U.S. Secret Service is doing its job of protecting the commander-in-chief after recent security breaches. … Full Article
 

Squibb Park Bridge closed until spring due to safety concerns

Bouncy Squibb Park Bridge, closed since Aug. 11, will remain closed until spring, according to a spokesperson for Brooklyn Bridge Park. … Full Article
 

Handover of LICH ER to NYU on hold pending state approvals

NYU-Langone still has a way to go before taking over the operation of the walk-in emergency department at Long Island College Hospital (LICH) in Brooklyn. … Full Article
 

Cranberry Street Fair returns to Brooklyn Heights on Oct. 5

The annual Cranberry Street Fair takes place on Sunday, October 5 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., rain or shine. Neighbors have converged for 36 years in the early fall to hold what has been called “the sweetest little street fair” in Brooklyn. … Full Article
 

OPINION: BHA responds to Heights Library redevelopment plan

The Brooklyn Heights Association (BHA) is responding with concern and cautious optimism to the Brooklyn Public Library's (BPL) selection of Hudson Companies/Marvel Architects for redevelopment of the Brooklyn Heights Branch of the Brooklyn Public Library. … Full Article
 
 
NO TREASURE IN THIS TIME CAPSULE

Long-buried Jay Street time capsule unveils water-damaged contents

More than 40 members of the media and dozens of onlookers surrounded MTA officials outside of 370 Jay Street on Wednesday morning as workers dug up and unveiled a time capsule buried beneath the ground in 1950. … Full Article
 

Citing numerous complaints, Congresswoman asks for audit of Red Hook post office

Red Hook residents have had enoughand now a Congresswoman is on their side. … Full Article
 

Women’s Poetry Initiative at St. Francis continues new tradition of visiting authors

The St. Francis College Women's Poetry Initiative will welcome author Evie Shockley (“the new black,” “a half-red sea”) on Oct. 9 in the College’s Founders Hall. … Full Article
 

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