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At Proteus Gowanus gallery, it's art for more than art's sake

With its iron-gated alley-way entrance around the corner from the Gowanus Canal, and its exotic name, Proteus Gowanus might have been a speakeasy during Prohibition. … Full Article

Brooklyn Heights hot dog imbroglio: No permit, no food

Longtime Brooklyn Heights residents are scratching their heads over the fuss raised by the ouster of a rogue hot dog stand from Montague Street last week.
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DUMBO’s famous green Pearl Street Triangle not green anymore — becoming a mural

The iconic green Pearl Street Triangle has lost the green. Denizens of DUMBO are watching as Brooklyn artist David Ellis transforms the famously green swath of art and benches into a multi-colored mural. Thursday was Day 1 of a four- or five-day art project. … Full Article

Pols rip 2 a.m. bar close at Barclays

The State Liquor Authority is being asked to return Barclays Center’s liquor license application for further consideration by Community Boards 2 and 6, after it was disclosed that some venues in the arena intended to continue serving alcohol as late as 2 a.m. … Full Article

Is Cobble Hill doomed to Manhattanization?

It will be tough for Cobble Hill to avoid Manhattanization, a preservation expert told the Cobble Hill Association's spring meeting. … Full Article

Push to rename State Street park for Brooklyn Heights' MCA

A drive to name a Brooklyn Heights playground after the late Adam “MCA” Yauch of the Beastie Boys, who grew up in the neighborhood, has taken a new turn and has gotten the support of Beastie Boys’ management.
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P.S. 8 Paddlewheeler coming up in Brooklyn Heights

P.S. 8 in Brooklyn Heights is holding its annual Paddlewheeler festival on Saturday, June 4 from noon-4 p.m.
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Packer ‘blindsided’ by further SAT lapses

Cancellation of makeup test adds to student woes

Further lapses in test-taking procedure were cited by the College Board as justification for canceling the SAT test scores of nearly 200 students last week. The lapses were mentioned in an internal memo obtained by The New York Times.

Dr. Bruce L. Dennis, Packer Collegiate Institute’s head of school, told the Brooklyn Eagle last week that he believed the major procedural problem had been the failure to seat test-takers more than 4 feet apart at the May 5 test — and expressed unhappiness with the College Board’s failure to communicate directly with the school about the lapses.

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Turkish dance and pageantry at Brooklyn Borough Hall

Brooklyn = ‘Turkish Capital of America’

Cries of “La-la-la-la-la-la!” echoed out over Borough Hall Plaza Thursday evening, drawing an audience of curious onlookers from surrounding Downtown Brooklyn to the annual Turkish Cultural Celebration. … Full Article

SAT scores dumped, Packer lawyers up

Brooklyn Heights academy rails at ‘monolithic bureaucracy’ … Full Article


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