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NYC-centric star-studded live show/podcast premieres at new St. Ann’s Warehouse Oct. 25

As much as New York City changes, one thing about it remains indisputably true: not even a lifetime spent here is enough to take in the city’s unparalleled array of people, cultures, attractions and stories. … Full Article
 

Sen. Squadron releases report showing the ‘good, bad and ugly’ of subway stations

State Senator Daniel Squadron released a report on Friday showing “the good, the bad, and the ugly” of the 53 subway stations in his district, which encompasses the Brooklyn waterfront from Greenpoint to Carroll Gardens, and Lower Manhattan. … Full Article
 

OPINION: The fault in renaming Polytech Institute, founded in 1854

Renaming the Polytechnic implies that this venerable institution of learning was — and is — of little consequence starting from its establishment back in 1854. … Full Article
 

Despite nor’easter, Brooklyn Heights Association Dog Show goes on as planned

The dog owners of Brooklyn Heights are a hearty breed, showing their mettle at the 2015 Brooklyn Heights Association (BHA) Dog Show on Saturday, despite wind gusts of up to 40 mph from the remnants of a passing nor’easter. … Full Article
 

Preservationist titan Otis Pearsall opposes the landmarking of Green-Wood Cemetery

One of the living legends of landmarking, Otis Pearsall, opposes the landmarking of Green-Wood Cemetery. … Full Article
 

Live at BAM: ‘Tabac Rouge’

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to ingest a large amount of hallucinogens before horsing around on wheeled office furniture? … Full Article
 

Charter school rally in Downtown Brooklyn draws 15,000

As helicopters buzzed overhead and chartered buses lined Cadman Plaza West, roughly 15,000 chanting charter school supporters -- many from the city’s 34 Success Academy schools -- held a politically-charged rally in Cadman Plaza Park in Downtown Brooklyn Wednesday morning. … Full Article
 

Fortis Property Group files permits for row of townhouses at former LICH site

Fortis Property Group has filed permit applications for eight townhouses in Cobble Hill at the former Long Island College Hospital (LICH) site, despite the fact that serious talks are underway regarding an extensive rezoning proposal. … Full Article
 

St. Ann’s Warehouse cuts the ribbon on new home

Thunderous applause inaugurated the final grand opening of St. Ann's Warehouse in DUMBO on Tuesday morning, celebrating a long-running theater in Brooklyn. … Full Article
 

Author to discuss new book on influential 19th century reformer and Green-Wood resident Henry George

On Oct. 17, historian, author and Professor Edward T. O'Donnell will visit Green-Wood Cemetery for a fascinating discussion about his new book, “Progress and Poverty in the Gilded Age: Henry George and the Crisis of Inequality.” The event will begin at 1 p.m. … Full Article
 

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