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Woodstock reunion festival coming to Brooklyn

If you were around in 1969, you know full well the cultural phenomenon of Woodstock. And if you were too young to attend or born after the historic concert, this is your chance to be part of the “peace, love and freedom” generation. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway could do double duty as a flood barrier in Red Hook

An innovative plan to use a scenic greenway as part of a flood protection system for Red Hook is inching closer to reality. … Full Article
 

It's going down! 2nd bulkhead collapses along Gowanus Canal

As if the Gowanus Canal did not already have enough junk in its waters, just last week a bulkhead collapsed, sending concrete, wood and other debris into the toxic waterway. … Full Article
 

Clarke endorses Cumbo’s re-election bid

Councilmember Laurie Cumbo, facing a tough challenge from fellow Democrat Ede Fox in her bid for re-election, has picked up a number of high-profile endorsements in recent weeks.  U.S. Rep. Yvette Clarke (D-Central Brooklyn) is the latest political heavyweight to endorse Cumbo. … Full Article
 

Downtown Brooklyn construction checklist

Downtown Brooklyn's skyline is changing all the time.

We want to keep track of how it looks at every stage in its transformation.  … Full Article
 

Fast start for apartment leasing at 33 Bond St.

In no time flat, TF Cornerstone has leased 120 apartments at its new Downtown Brooklyn development.

Betcha that number will be higher by the time you read this story. … Full Article
 

Check out the Brooklyn Cultural District building Enrique Norten designed

The old timers remember this was an urban-renewal site. Boy, are those days over. … Full Article
 

Bedford-Stuyvesant kids star in PAL’s Pennant Quest

Kids from Bedford-Stuyvesant were among hundreds of youngsters from the Police Athletic League’s (PAL) Summer Day Camp program who showed off their athletic skills and their sense of teamwork at the PAL’s Pennant Quest event in a Manhattan park. … Full Article
 

Park Slope author writes hard-boiled Manhattan-Brooklyn crime thriller

Colin Harrison starts his terrific new thriller “You Belong to Me” with a lapel-grabber: “Her story, his trouble, begins in desire.” Spare, economical and hard-boiled — that’s about as perfectly crafted an opening sentence can be as found in current fiction. Hard not to be hooked. … Full Article
 

Author Erica Wagner gives book talk in Brooklyn Bridge Park

On July 10, at “Books Beneath the Bridge” in Brooklyn Bridge Park, the American author Erica Wagner gave a talk and held a Q&A and signing for her new book “Chief Engineer: Washington Roebling, the Man Who Built the Brooklyn Bridge.” It was a hot, sultry evening, but the proximity to th … Full Article
 

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