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Brooklyn Bridge march on Saturday to commemorate Selma 1965’s ‘Bloody Sunday’

In commemoration of the 50th anniversary of a pivotal voting rights march in 1965 over the Edmund Pettus Bridge from Selma, Alabama to the state's capital of Montgomery, Brooklyn BP Eric Adams has announced a march over the Brooklyn Bridge to take place this Saturday. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn book party features famed actors

"This is probably the most exciting thing I've ever done," author Andrea Chapin told a crowd in Brooklyn Heights Wednesday night. … Full Article
 

Red Hot Chile Peppers and guava pastries

Don't sweat the small stuff. Unless you're prepping peppers for soup. This notion came into our head the other day, after we decided it was time to start cooking like a grownup (a belated New Year's resolution) and began fixating on Mexican cuisine.  … Full Article
 

Sunset Park is Ready For Its Closeup, Part Two

So maybe it will be too warm to snow when the city Landmarks Preservation Commission arrives in Sunset Park. It won't matter if there's a cold snap, though. … Full Article
 
 

To see hard-won progress at Brooklyn Bridge Park, look both north and south of namesake bridge

This year will be a big one at Brooklyn Bridge Park, Board President Regina Myer reported at a Feb. 26 Brooklyn Bridge Park Corporation (BBPC) board meeting, held at Borough Hall. … Full Article
 

Courthouse Fashion Show closes out Black History Month

These judges took the "soul train" to work. … Full Article
 

Sunset Park to celebrate 4th Ave. subway’s 100th Anniversary

The front page of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle on June 19, 1915, heralded the arrival of a new subway line in the borough. … Full Article
 

A ‘green sweep’ for Cobble Hill’s P.S. 29

State Sen. Daniel Squadron presented a New York State Proclamation to P.S. 29 John M. Harrigan School at their “Green Awards Celebration” Friday morning in Cobble Hill. The senator's proclamation recognizes P.S. … Full Article
 

4 Brooklyn residents indicted in connection with kidnapping and promoting prostitution of 13-year-old girls

Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson and New York City Police Commissioner William J. Bratton on Monday announced that four people have been named in a 32-count indictment in connection with the 2014 kidnapping of two 13-year-old girls. … Full Article
 

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