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Here’s everyone's favorite street for photos in DUMBO

DUMBO's Washington Street is where it's at as far as photographers are concerned. Whether they're selfie-snappers or wielders of long-angle lenses, hordes of picture-takers gravitate to the end of the street closest to the Manhattan Bridge.  … Full Article
 
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VIDEO: Famous literary figures who've called Brooklyn Heights home

Louis Shaeffer. Arthur Miller. Thomas Wolfe. Salvador Dali. Norman Rosten. These world-renowned authors poets and literary figures all called Brooklyn Heights home. … Full Article
 

Three who helped save Montague Street stabbing victim honored at Borough Hall

Borough President Eric Adams paid tribute on Monday to three Brooklyn heroes for helping to save the life of a man stabbed by an employee on Montague Street in Brooklyn Heights on September 22. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn workers headed to trial in Atlantic Yards case

A federal judge has issued a decision denying building developer Forest City Ratner and now defunct organization Brooklyn United for Innovative Local Development (BUILD) summary judgment on a case involving claims of unpaid wages and false promises of employment.  … Full Article
 

OPINION: More F trains could alleviate express problem for Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill

Every few years, it seems, a call goes out to restore rush-hour express service on the F train. The last time this happened, the campaign died down after the G train, which shares part of its route with the F, was extended to Church Avenue. … Full Article
 

Community calm but cautious following spate of Crown Heights attacks

While still apprehensive after a recent spate of attacks, Crown Heights community leaders are reassured by a consistently prompt and thorough response from the NYPD and coordination among various groups to champion safety and calm. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn literary magazine transitions to a new era

Brooklyn has been home to some of America’s greatest writers — from Walt Whitman to Truman Capote — and the next one could be discovered in the pages of A Public Space. But for that to happen, the magazine must carry on. … Full Article
 

Amidst protests, NYU Langone takes over health center at LICH

NYU Langone Medical Center reopened a walk-in emergency department at the former Long Island College Hospital (LICH) in Brooklyn early Friday morning under a new name: “NYU Langone-Cobble Hill.” … Full Article
 

Hot Coffee Redux: Court Street McDonald’s sued for too-hot coffee

A panel of Brooklyn judges has unanimously ruled that facts exist to allow a trial against a Brooklyn McDonald’s for serving too-hot coffee that allegedly burned a customer. … Full Article
 

‘Tamburlaine, Parts I and II’ to be performed in Brooklyn

Previews begin Saturday, Nov. 1, at 7 p.m. for Christopher Marlowe’s 1587 epic “Tamburlaine, Parts I and II,” edited and directed by Olivier Award-winner Michael Boyd and starring John Douglas Thompson.  … Full Article
 

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