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How Sweet It Is: A ferry visit to the Domino Sugar site

The coolest thing in Williamsburg is the ferry. This is especially true in summer, when passengers can stand out on the deck and take photos without their fingers turning into wind-whipped icicles. … Full Article

OPINION: Brooklyn Library developer should do more for our community

Year after year, developers come to our communities asking for approval to build bigger, better and taller.  … Full Article

Hearing on Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 6 towers on Thursday

A public hearing on the proposed 31- and 15-story residential towers at Pier 6 in Brooklyn Bridge Park will be held this Thursday, July 30 from 6 to 9 p.m. at St. Francis College, Founders Hall, 180 Remsen Street. … Full Article

NYU Lutheran to offer free health screenings

When is the last time you had your blood pressure checked? Or went to the dentist? NYU Lutheran Family Health Centers is making sure you will run out of excuses to have these and other medical screenings done. … Full Article

Save the View Now advocates head back to court over Pierhouse height

A preservationist group fighting to preserve the view of the Brooklyn Bridge from the Brooklyn Heights Promenade is headed back to court with what it says is new evidence revealing Brooklyn Bridge Park Corp. … Full Article

Rev. F. Goldthwaite Sherrill, 87, was impassioned pastor who worked for Civil Rights, justice

The Rev. Franklin Goldthwaite Sherrill II, rector emeritus of Grace Church-Brooklyn Heights died on Sunday. He was 87 years old and was a resident of Moultonborough, N.H. … Full Article

After chase, cops nab armed suspect in Brooklyn

Make that one less gun in the wrong hands in Brooklyn. Two 83rd Precinct police officers, Ramon Portillo and Marvin Luis, chased down and arrested a Bushwick man armed with a loaded Smith & Wesson handgun Sunday night. … Full Article

Too many cooks spoil the broth? Not in Sunset Park

Over the years Sunset Park has been home to waves of immigrants, including Germans, Irish, Norwegians, Latinos, Asians and Eastern Europeans, many of whom brought recipes from their home countries with them when they arrived on U.S. … Full Article

Award-winning Brooklyn writer to launch debut novel in Cobble Hill, Fort Greene

Award-winning Brooklyn writer Helen Phillips will soon release “The Beautiful Bureaucrat” (Henry Holt; on sale Aug. … Full Article

There's so much to love about 'Much Ado'

She loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah. She's just got an odd way of showing it. Beatrice, one of the Bard's most brilliant It Girls, is a tart-tongued marvel, a wizard with the one-liners. … Full Article


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