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Polish-language newspaper in Greenpoint survives despite odds

Even though the Polish community of Greenpoint is declining, a Polish-language weekly there is reportedly thriving. … Full Article

Gothamist publisher: Don't move away from Williamsburg during L-train shutdown

Some Williamsburg residents are wondering whether they should move out of the area by April, when MTA’s 15-month shutdown of the L train in the direction west of Bedford Avenue begins.  … Full Article
Brooklyn’s 113th Independence Day Parade Hits Court Street

VIDEO: Brooklyn’s 113th Independence Day Parade hits Court Street

For Brooklyn’s 113th annual Independence Day Parade on Saturday, the Knights of Columbus got rid of Court Street’s traffic and turned it into a patriotic mixture of entertainment for the people of Cobble Hill and Carroll Gardens. … Full Article

Bushwick cracks 100 most pricey NYC neighborhoods

Neighborhoods in Brooklyn are climbing the list of most expensive places to live in the New York metro area at an incredible speed. … Full Article

Green-Wood Cemetery hires manager of preservation and restoration

For the first time, Green-Wood Cemetery has hired a full-time manager of preservation and restoration. The manager, Neela Wickremesinghe, plans to establish a full-service restoration studio and hold workshops and presentations there, according to Brownstoner.  … Full Article
Stroller March Against Family Separation Policy

VIDEO: Borough President Eric Adams leads stroller march against family separation policy

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams led hundreds of parents, children and local politicians through the streets of Sunset Park on Sunday in a “stroller march” protesting the Trump administration’s policy of separating immigrant children from their parents at the border of U.S. and Mexico. … Full Article

Comments from outgoing Brooklyn Law School President & Dean Nick Allard

“Last July my wife Marla and I paid our respects at the terribly moving and unforgettable military cemeteries in Normandy,  France. At the very same time when we were touring the fearsome beaches and cliffs nearby, President Trump was in Paris. … Full Article

Gowanus queer food event mobilizes activism, builds community

A food event in Gowanus is part of a blooming queer food culture that’s playing a vital role in activism and mobilization within the LGBT community, The New York Times reported. … Full Article

NYPD’s Hunt and Condon honored by Montague St. BID in Brooklyn Heights

The Montague Street Business Improvement District (BID) honored 84th Precinct Neighborhood Coordination Officers (NCOs) Donovan Hunt (left) and John Condon at their annual membership meeting on Thursday for “the amazing job” they do on Montague Street. … Full Article

Pedestrian plaza opens on Myrtle Avenue in Clinton Hill

With the first day of summer, the Myrtle Avenue Plaza in Clinton Hill officially opened on Thursday, turning a section of a dangerous traffic street into tree-lined pedestrian area. … Full Article


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