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Protesters to MTA: Bring back B37 bus!

"I am 77 year old activist who uses a walker. … Full Article
 

32-Story ‘BAM South’ wins NYC Council approval

The ‘BAM South’ 32-story mixed use cultural development in Fort Greene won approval at a City Council committee meeting Monday morning. … Full Article
 

Cobble Hill grocer vows to fight J.Crew eviction

Cobble Hill residents are up in arms at the news that a J.Crew clothing store is looking to take over the site operated by Pacific Green, a beloved local grocer and greenmarket at the corner of 151 Court Street at Pacific Streets since 1999. … Full Article
 

City wrapped in another "Freedom Of Information" litigation, must pay $49K for withholding information

A Manhattan judge has ruled that the New York City Police Department failed to comply with a duly-filed Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) request by wrongfully withholding information requested by a non-profit organization. He ordered the city to pay over $49,000 in legal fees. … Full Article
 

Head of Brooklyn DA’s Gang Bureau fired for making insulting remarks

Deanna Rodriguez, the head of the Gang Bureau at the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office, has been fired for making racial and homophobic slurs. Rodriguez, who started working with the DA’s Office in 1985, reportedly called Counsel to D.A. Charles J. … Full Article
 

KEEPING IT CLASSY: Bikini Bar near Barclays?

A retired NYPD detective is proposing a “Bikini Bar” in the shadow of Barclays Center in Downtown Brooklyn, Pix 11 reports. … Full Article
 

Famed photographer and musician collaborate on book

Both a book and a traveling exhibition of photographs, “Hard Art, DC 1979” (Trade Cloth, Pub. … Full Article
 

Food talk, split families in novel's mix

There's a lot of tasty talk about food in "A Place at the Table" (Touchstone), a novel whose main characters have an affinity for the kitchen, often a source of refuge when they hunger for lost family affections. … Full Article
 
 

Navy Yard CEO Kimball steps down

Andrew Kimball, who was appointed by Mayor Michael Bloomberg in 2005 as president and CEO of the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation, will be leaving his position at the end of this month to join the real-estate management a … Full Article
 

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