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Brooklyn, ‘Turkish Capitol of America,’ celebrates Ottoman culture

The crescent and star of a giant, red Turkish flag bedecked Brooklyn Borough Hall and party-goers sat on the steps to applaud the dramatic pageantry of the Turkish Armed Forces Harmony Band and other performances at Brooklyn’s annual Turkish Cultural Celebration on Thursday, May 16. … Full Article
 

Park Slope’s Community Bookstore to open Windsor Terrace shop

Founded in 1971, Park Slope’s beloved Community Bookstore is one of Brooklyn’s oldest independent bookstores. … Full Article
 
 

St. Francis College to host New York Eurasian Film Festival

The second New York Eurasian Film Festival – the largest showcase in the U.S. of feature, short, documentary, and animation films from the Eurasian continent – will be held at St. Francis College (Founders Hall) in Brooklyn Heights from Monday, May 20 – Friday, May 24. … Full Article
 

LOPEZ DOA: Silver cuts Brooklyn assemblyman's life support, says it's time for Lopez to go

ALBANY — New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver will introduce legislation on Friday recommending that state lawmakers expel Bushwick Assemblyman Vito Lopez, who is accused of sexual harassment. … Full Article
 

Sunny's, Third-Generation Red Hook Bar, Aims To Rebuild After Sandy's Devastation

The Balzano family's Red Hook bar survived Prohibition and the Great Depression. So current owner Sunny Balzano will be damned if he's going to let Superstorm Sandy kill off the historic watering hole that's been shut down since the deadly hurricane.  … Full Article
 

Cuomo says Lopez should go

Gov. Andrew Cuomo says an assemblyman accused of sexual harassment should resign or be removed by the Assembly. … Full Article
 

Tight security — and a party — before the Brooklyn Half Marathon

This Saturday’s Brooklyn Half Marathon is expected to attract 25,000 runners to a course extending from Washington Avenue to Coney Island. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn Federal Courthouse gets another anthrax scare

A letter containing a white powdery substance was found in the mail center at the Brooklyn federal courthouse late Wednesday afternoon.  The white powder, originally thought to be anthrax, was deemed innocuous, a New York Police Department spokeswoman said. … Full Article
 

City sued for malicious prosecution In Brooklyn murder case

Having served over two decades behind bars for a murder he claims he did not commit and suffering a heart attack upon his release from prison, David Ranta intends to sue New York City and two detectives for alleged malicious prosecution.  Ranta is seeking $150 million in damages. … Full Article
 

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