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"It’s great to be here, back in Brooklyn," Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jeffrey Eugenides told a jam-packed room at the BAMCafé Wednesday night.
The other Williamsburgh Savings Bank – the one with two domes rather than the tower crowned with four clock faces – started operating as an events venue called Weylin B. Seymour's.
Spinning is so yesteryear. In Williamsburg the hot new exercise class uses rowing machines.
Double whammy on the Williamsburg retail front!
An investment firm run by two Cornell grads just bought neighboring buildings rented to two youth-focused clothing chains.
In his 15 years of coaching, head coach Kenney Wilcox's teams have always been good. In 10 years at Globe Institute and five years now at ASA College, his teams always managed to get a bye in the first round of the National Junior College Athletic Association's playoffs.
The joy of a wedding poured out onto the streets of Brooklyn Heights on Sunday, with the bride adorned in deep, vivid colors of velvet.
Brace yourself, Billyburg. There will be an Urban Outfitters that serves booze. Soon.
Listen up, Terry Lundgren. Fix our Macy's ASAP!
Brooklynites spoke out Wednesday about the retailer CEO's pledge to renovate the Fulton Mall department store, offering plenty of pointers about how to get the job done right.
City officials should be taking a closer look at injuries suffered by children playing sports, according to Councilman Stephen Levin, who introduced legislation this week that would create a youth sports health and safety task force.