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Stroll Brooklyn's Fifth Avenue, starting with the development-dotted Park Slope span

It starts with an arena and ends with a quasi-cathedral. We're talking about Fifth Avenue, the commercial and residential corridor that runs from Barclays Center at the edge of Park Slope to big, beautiful St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church in Bay Ridge. … Full Article

Heights and Hills honors Patricia Kavanagh and Schwartz-Barnett-Greenfield family at 47th Annual Spring Benefit

A multigenerational family with a tradition of helping others and a neurologist dedicated to improving the brain health and mobility of older Brooklynites were honored at Heights and Hills 47th annual gala Monday night at the Brooklyn Historical Society. … Full Article

Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Quay Tower on pace to finish construction next summer

Quay Tower, a spanking new 28-story condominium project on the edge of Brooklyn Bridge Park overlooking Lower Manhattan, is expected to be completed by its summer 2019 deadline. … Full Article

Bushwick's House of Yes stands by bouncer after angry patron’s racist rant

A Bushwick night club said it was shocked after a patron was caught on video yelling racial slurs at a black bounc … Full Article

New Mexican restaurant Oxomoco opens in Greenpoint

Oxomoco, named after the Aztec goddess of the night, is set to open for dinner service today at 128 Greenpoint Ave. Chef Justin Bazdarich and his childhood friend Chris Walton co-own the spot. … Full Article

City Tech baccalaureate celebration brings new generation of chefs, managers to the forefront

When chef Pasquino “Pat” Vitiello entered City Tech’s Atrium Amphitheater on May 14, it constituted a homecoming of sorts because nearly four decades prior, Vitiello himself had graduated from this place, earning an Associate Degree in hospitality management. … Full Article

Brooklyn Heights resident to be Landmarks Preservation Commission's interim chair

Fred Bland, managing partner of the architectural firm Beyer Blinder Belle and a longtime Brooklyn Heights resident, will take over from Meenakshi Srinivasan as interim chair of the Landmarks Preservation Commission. … Full Article


Two Brooklyn restaurants close their doors; one to reopen

Another two bite the dust. A pair of neighborhood-favorite restaurants in Brooklyn has recently gone out of business. The closings include Brooklyn Star, a Southern comfort food spot in Williamsburg and Downtown Brooklyn ramen shop Ganso Ramen. … Full Article

Eagle interview with Park Slope residents and American Ballet Theatre dancers Isadora Loyola and Roman Zhurbin

American Ballet Theatre has an enduring Brooklyn connection: Oliver Smith, one of the company’s founding directors and its longtime scenic designer lived in the borough almost his entire adult life. … Full Article


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