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Le Youth brings down the house in Williamsburg

Although most fans at the Music Hall of Williamsburg on Saturday were not of school age, that didn’t stop them from taking part in Le Youth’s Homewerk Tour. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn author to discuss young adult debut

In her 2014 Modern Love essay for the New York Times, journalist and author Lisa Selin Davis shared the story of her wayward teenage years, time spent working at a youth conversation corps in a New York State Park, and…what Lou Reed taught her about love. … Full Article
 

Greenpoint’s USS Monitor trail marker stolen

Community historic memorials, markers, statuary, artwork as well as cemetery memorials across the country have been subject to vandalism and theft throughout history. Despite these attempts at destroying the pride of communities and the memories of families and heroes from the past, their m … Full Article
 

Williamsburg resident Lora Lee Gayer shines in Roundabout’s Broadway production of ‘Holiday Inn,’ the new Irving Berlin musical

On a recent gray, chilly, autumn morning (more San Francisco in late July than New York in early October), I was seated at a cozy, postage stamp-size Williamsburg coffee shop on Metropolitan Avenue. … Full Article
 

Artist and author collaborate on multimedia Gowanus-themed project

Amy Sohn (known for her Park Slope-based novels “Prospect Park West” and “Motherland”) and artist Christina Kelly have collaborated on a multimedia project, “Gowanus Underworld,” as part of a Gowanus-themed group show, “Falling In,” at Trestle Projects. … Full Article
 

Author to visit Greenpoint bookstore to discuss ‘How House Cats Tamed Us and Took Over the World’

Smithsonian magazine correspondent and lifelong cat lover Abigail Tucker will visit WORD Bookstore in Greenpoint on Oct. … Full Article
 

Shore Patrol: Pols warn mayor not to shortchange Red Hook on flood protection funding

They want to be sure about Red Hook’s shore. A pair of elected officials who represent the waterfront neighborhood are warning the de Blasio administration not to cut federal funding intended to protect it from flooding in future storms. … Full Article
 

Another exuberant Cranberry Street Fair comes to Brooklyn Heights

On Saturday, Heights residents celebrated the coming of autumn at the 45th annual Cranberry Street Fair. … Full Article
 

Henrik Krogius, Emmy Award-winning NBC News producer and chronicler of Brooklyn Heights, dies at 87

Brooklyn lost a tireless chronicler early Tuesday morning as Henrik Krogius – world traveler, Emmy-award winning NBC news producer and editor of the Brooklyn Heights Press and Cobble-Hill News for 22 of Brooklyn’s most transformative years – passed away at the age of 87. … Full Article
 

The end of an era for a Cobble Hill cornerstone

Longtime residents of Cobble Hill will remember the Community Bookstore as a warm and welcoming place where visitors could get lost in a maze of timeless classics, dusty toys and vintage records. … Full Article
 

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