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December 5, 2016 | Broken clouds,
Artists And Their Muse In Brooklyn And Beyond: Gentrification
'Sketchy' Cobble Hill Shop May Be A Brothel Open For Business
Brooklyn Tenants Who’ve Lodged Heat Complaints Get Tracking Devices
Gentrification: Feeling Like An Outsider In Your Own Neighborhood
Red Hook Wants More Say In Plans For Norman Foster Office Complex
18-Year-Old Gone Missing From Kings Plaza Over The Weekend
Welcome Home: Meet The Designers Behind Brooklyn’s Most Beloved Bars And Restaurants
Off-Duty NYC Correction Officer Fatally Shot In Bergen Beach While Sitting In Car
3-Year-Old Gravesend Boy Dies In Case Of Alleged Abuse; Mom's Boyfriend Charged Last Week
New School Sites Identified In Park Slope, Sunset Park To Ease Overcrowding
Off-Duty NYPD Officer Dressed In Traditional Muslim Garb, Hijab Subject To 'Biased Threats' In Bay Ridge
The Spice King Of New York At Williamsburg’s MOFAD
New Year’s Eve Fireworks To Kick Off Prospect Park’s 150th Year Anniversary Celebration
Brooklyn Filmmaker Among Missing In Oakland Fire
Saving Grace: Rebecca’s In Bushwick
Fake Brooklyn Attorney Charged With Stealing $50G From Russian Immigrant Victims
Black Walnut Is Chef Rob Newton’s New Modern – American Restaurant In Downtown Brooklyn
These Brooklyn Artists Are Exploring The Dark Side Of Big Data
Lamenting The L Shutdown — In Polish
Midwood Mother Who Lost 7 Children In House Fire Plans To Build Family Center On Site
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Crown Heights South landmarking drive will amp up this fall
Respect and protect the architectural heritage of Crown Heights South.
If the neighborhood's new preservation group decides to adopt a motto, this would surely be a suitable one.
Watchdog Group: Prospect Park among 5 most crime-ridden parks in NYC
Brooklyn’s Prospect Park is listed among the top five New York City parks with the most overall crime between April 1, 2015 and March 31, 2016, according to the
New York Post
The Williamsburgh Trust Company Building gets landmarked
A magnificent church that began its existence as the Williamsburgh Trust Company Building has been in landmarking limbo since 1966.
On Tuesday, it was liberated from limbo — and designated as a city landmark.
Plymouth Church bids godspeed to beloved assistant minister
Plymouth Church bid farewell last Sunday to the Rev. Dr. Jane Huber, who has served this faith community as Interim Assistant Minister for the past three years.
Two Brooklyn Heights buildings up for landmarking consideration
LICH: Everything you want to know (almost) about the deal to close Long Island College Hospital
In January 2013 Brooklynites were shocked to hear that the State University of New York (SUNY) was preparing to pull the plug on Long Island College Hospital (LICH) in Cobble Hill. …
Agency: Big chaos needs big fix at Flatbush, Atlantic and Fourth Avenues
One good turn deserves another. And so does one good median, and one good bike lane, and one good crosswalk.
At Prospect Park Zoo, bird Looks like it's wearing white hoodie over orange head
The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) says two painted storks are making their public debut at the
Prospect Park Zoo
The Jehovah's Witnesses will start moving out of Brooklyn Heights headquarters in September
Change is coming to Brooklyn Heights.
Locals enjoy ‘Work from the Park Day’ in Brooklyn Bridge Park
The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce and AT&T hosted a "Work from the Park Day” that leveraged free public Wi-Fi and charging stations in Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 1 this past Friday.
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