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Brooklyn writer reveals ‘Intimate Journey Through the Science of Sound and Language’

Brooklyn-based science journalist Lydia Denworth has devoted her life to the art of words and language. … Full Article

Adams aims to make Borough Hall green

On Sunday Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams promoted his plan to transform Brooklyn Borough Hall, the borough's oldest public building, into an energy-efficient icon by working with the U.S. Green Building Council to receive Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification. … Full Article

LIU Brooklyn softball is young, but still has championship aspirations

While most of Brooklyn was suffering through one of the coldest springs in recent memory, the LIU Brooklyn softball team has spent most of the last two months either down in Florida or out in California. … Full Article

Brooklyn Bar honors employee of 44 years during Judiciary Night

Judges, lawyers and court employees packed the Brooklyn Bar Association on Thursday night for Judiciary Night, an event which celebrates Brooklyn judges as well as their collaboration with the bar association.  … Full Article

Parents march to Cuomo’s office to demand fiscal equity in education

Hundreds of parents from across the city, including a large contingent from Brooklyn, took part in a protest march to Governor Andrew Cuomo’s office in mid-town Manhattan Thursday afternoon to demand fiscal equity in education. … Full Article

Rally at BPL protests Chinese censorship of writers

It was the perfect setting to talk about the freedom of expression in the literary community. The Brooklyn Public Library’s main branch at Grand Army Plaza was the backdrop for members of the PEN American Center to organize a literary protest for free expression in China. … Full Article

Green-Wood to unveil restored monument to pioneer Brooklyn baseball star Creighton

On Tuesday, April 15, at 2:15 p.m., Green-Wood Cemetery will unveil the newly restored monument marking the final resting place of 19th century Brooklyn baseball legend Jim Creighton, who many historians consider to be the game’s first superstar.  … Full Article

NYC activist group calls for national protest against Starbucks

On Saturday, April 12, New York City workers and 15 Now activists will be participating in a national day of action to demand that Starbucks’s CEO Howard Schultz put his money where his mouth is and pay his employees a minimum wage of $15 an hou … Full Article

Levin says budget language change helps homeless

It was a simple act, but a move by Governor Andrew Cuomo to remove wording from the state budget before the budget was enacted last week will have a positive effect on the city’s effort to help homeless families, according to Councilman Stephen Levin. … Full Article


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