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Interfaith displays 'Wellness' art show

Art Show at Interfaith: Interfaith Medical Center showcased 37 works by five Brooklyn-based artists at “Wellness,” an art show depicting images that convey togetherness and unity through mediums that include stained glass, kiln-formed glass, mosaic, paper collage, ass … Full Article
 

BAM Book Night: Fairy tales for grownups are Michael Cunningham’s next offering

Michael Cunningham, world-renowned novelist, never dreamed of growing up to be a writer. "I was much more visual...I thought I would be a painter," the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "The Hours" revealed to an audience Wednesday night at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM). … Full Article
 

1 arrest in Brooklyn fatal straphanger dispute in Borough Hall subway station

Police sought answers Wednesday from a retired correction officer after his dispute with a pair of strangers ended with a fatal shooting that spread panic inside a subway station at the height of the evening rush hour a day earlier. … Full Article
 

De Blasio: Brooklyn’s Boys and Girls High symbol of progress

Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña headed to Bedford-Stuyvesant’s Boys and Girls High School on Tuesday to highlight the early progress made at 94 of the city’s least successful schools in the city’s new  … Full Article
 

Ken Burns helps Brooklyn Historical Society raise money for kids

More than 100 Brooklynites got a chance to spend an evening with Academy Award-nominated producer and director Ken Burns at the fundraiser for the Brooklyn Historical Society (BHS) on Tuesday night. … Full Article
 

NYPD probes fatal straphanger dispute in subway station

Police sought answers Wednesday from a retired corrections officer after his dispute with a pair of strangers ended with a fatal shooting that spread panic inside a subway station at the height of the evening rush hour. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn native to discuss latest novel in Fort Greene

Brooklyn-born Bernice L. McFadden, author of nine novels and a three-time Hurston/Wright Legacy Award finalist, will present her latest work, “Loving Donovan,” with award-winning author Terry McMillan on March 31 at BRIC. … Full Article
 

Brooklynite to share book of elegies in Cobble Hill

Brooklyn-based poet Patrick Phillips’ new collection “Elegy for a Broken Machine” consists of odes to the greatest loves and losses in our lives right alongside odes to the seemingly insignificant — cigarettes, a mattress, a mirror, our hair and more. … Full Article
 

Lutheran Family Health Centers board elects new chairman

A dentist with a passion for helping Brooklyn’s immigrant communities has been tapped to serve as chairman of Lutheran Family Health Centers. … Full Article
 

St. Francis falls short of Northeast Conference title, continues to NIT

The St. Francis Terriers’ quest for an NCAA tournament berth ended after they lost 66-63 to Robert Morris in front of a packed house at the Pope Physical Education Center on Remsen Street Tuesday night. … Full Article
 

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