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Park Slope’s Pavilion Theater closes

The Pavilion, Park Slope’s only movie theater, had its farewell party on Nov. 1. The well-attended event marked the closing of the theater, which has been unspooling films in the neighborhood since 2006. … Full Article
 

L Train Shutdown: Brooklyn cyclists demand Grand Street ‘PeopleWay’

With the L-train shutdown looming on the horizon, and with no concrete alternative transportation options in place, one group of activists is proposing a plan that would absorb thousands of affected L-train riders during the 2019 closure. … Full Article
 

NYC DOT: The clock is ticking on BQE repairs in Brooklyn Heights

The fix is in, but it will be quite a while before it will begin. … Full Article
 

'Monster Squad' star Andre Gower fires up Brooklyn fans

Andre Gower, who played 12-year-old Sean Crenshaw in the 1987 film "The Monster Squad," was swarmed by fans on Halloween night at Downtown Brooklyn's newest dine-in movie theater, Alamo Drafthouse. His appearance was part of an opening weekend program of new releases and classic films. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn Historical Society hosts quarterly real estate round table

Some heavy hitters in the Brooklyn real estate scene gathered inside the Brooklyn Historical Society (BHS) on Tuesday for two hours of close-contact networking, food and updates from selected speakers on their companies’ latest projects.  … Full Article
 

‘Searching for John Hughes’ author to speak about memoir in Cobble Hill

“Searching for John Hughes: Or Everything I Thought I Needed to Know about Life I Learned from Watching '80s Movies,” the first book by Jason Diamond, the founder of Vol. … Full Article
 

Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow honors Kathryn Wylde at fall gala

A Brooklyn nonprofit organization that helps high school dropouts earn diplomas, learn computer skills and compete in the job market raised $117,000 at its recent fall gala and will put the money toward its programs, leaders announced. … Full Article
 

Famous Brooklyn Heights firehouse doors headed to 9/11 Memorial Museum

The doors from Engine Co. 205 and Hook and Ladder 118 fire station on Middagh Street in Brooklyn Heights, painted with a moving tribute, have been removed and are heading to the 9/11 Memorial Museum, according to Heights resident Andrew Porter. … Full Article
 

Jehovah's Witnesses choose a buyer for DUMBO development site 69 Adams St.

Hallelujah, brother! The Jehovah's Witnesses have made a deal to sell a prime piece of DUMBO real estate. … Full Article
 

Levin lauds changes to foster care system

A package of bills approved by the City Council on Oct. 27 will improve the foster care system for nearly 10,000 children in New York City, according to Councilmember Stephen Levin, who chairs the Committee on General Welfare. … Full Article
 

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