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Early 1900s Brooklyn Bridge film shown after many years

An early film of the Brooklyn Bridge, taken from one of the elevated railroad cars that traversed the bridge in its early days, is now available to the public after being discovered in a farmhouse and restored. The film was taken by W. … Full Article

Gowanus sewage site debated at meeting

At a meeting Thursday on the proposed Combined Sewer Overflow Facility at the head of the Gowanus Canal, residents and others voiced concern about the public space that is part of the proposed design. … Full Article

Scotto Funeral Home ouster linked to family feud

The ouster of the Scotto Funeral Home from its longtime Carroll Gardens brownstone home at 104-06 First Place is reportedly the result of a feud between members of the Scotto family. … Full Article

Emma’s Torch, serving grilled branzino with a side of social justice in Carroll Gardens

Brooklyn’s latest restaurant is bringing a lot more to the table than just delicious food. … Full Article

L-train shutdown provokes questions, anxiety at Williamsburg town hall meeting

Citi Bike could be a key part of the solution to subway and roadway congestion during the coming L-train shutdown — but expansion of the bike share system is not currently part of the city and state mitigation effort, residents discovered at a well-attended community meeting Wednesday night … Full Article

Actress’ unborn child dies as result of fatal Park Slope crash

An award-winning Brooklyn actress’ unborn child has died from injuries she and the infant sustained when a driver with a history of seizures hit her and fatally struck two small children – one of whom was her daughter – in Park Slope. … Full Article

Downtown Brooklyn Hill Country BBQ to reopen as food hall

Downtown Brooklyn cowboys and cowgirls have surely noticed that Hill Country Barbecue Market and Hill Country Fried Chicken, both at 345 Adams St., have been closed since December. Some may have wondered whether it would reopen again. … Full Article

Endless possibilities for last undeveloped piece of Brooklyn Bridge Park

Call it Emily's Esplanade. Or Emily's Garden. Residents of DUMBO and Fulton Ferry Landing say the last undeveloped site in Brooklyn Bridge Park should be named to honor Emily Roebling. … Full Article

Scotto Funeral Home seeks new location after eviction

One of the best-known old businesses in Carroll Gardens, the Scotto Funeral Home, has been evicted from its brownstone at 104 First Place. and is now seeking a new location in the area. … Full Article

Rooftop office tower on the rise over Brooklyn Macy’s

A 10-story rooftop office tower is being added to the oldest part of Macy’s Brooklyn store at 418 Fulton St. … Full Article


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