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Brownstone Brooklyn voters ‘fired up’ for the primaries

More people than usual got to wear the “I Voted” sticker in Brownstone Brooklyn on Thursday. … Full Article

Greenpoint church to be converted to single-family home

The long-vacant St. Elias Church building at 145 Kent St. in Greenpoint will soon be converted into a single-family home, Department of Building filings reveal. … Full Article

In Deep Magenta, dancers perform silent protest of hate crimes

This Friday, five dancers coated from head-to-toe in deep magenta body paint will perform at the Brooklyn Historical Society. … Full Article

Restaurateurs, with three Eateries in new hotel, seek flavor of older Williamsburg

Restaurateurs Zeb Stewart and Jud Mongell have opened three restaurants at the new Williamsburg location of the Hoxton hotel chain. … Full Article

Sunset Park construction worker presumed dead after wall collapse

A wall collapsed at a construction site in Sunset Park Wednesday afternoon, and as of late Wednesday evening the FDNY is still looking for the worker's body, according to PIX 11. … Full Article

Verizon hangs up on landline customers in Brooklyn

If you’re a Verizon customer who uses a traditional landline in your home or business, you may soon be facing an unpleasant surprise. Over the summer in Brooklyn Heights, numerous customers, with no warning, discovered their phones no longer had a dial tone. … Full Article

Greenpoint makes a serious push to become a foodie destination

With some recent delicious additions, Greenpoint could outshine Williamsburg as a cuisine center.   … Full Article

New taqueria inspired by Mexico City comes to Downtown Brooklyn

Craving some guacamole, tacos, or even house-made churros?  If so, it’s time to check out Downtown Brooklyn’s newest Mexican restaurant, Taqueria, located at 25 Bond St. … Full Article

At Green-Wood, 9/11 victims lie beside New York City legends

From Jean-Michel Basquiat to Henry Ward Beecher, DeWitt Clinton to Horace Greeley, many luminaries lie in rest at Brooklyn’s Green-Wood Cemetery. … Full Article

Knicks star Enes Kanter visits kids in Bushwick shelter

Children living in a Bushwick shelter got to see a professional basketball player up close when New York Knicks center Enes Kanter came to visit them for a back-to-school event last week. … Full Article


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