New Life for Old Fulton Street Buildings

It looks like there's a revival in the works for three historic rowhouses that were nearly lost to the ravages of neglect. … Full Article

Dock Street Development Sprouts In the Shadow of the Brooklyn Bridge

An apartment complex is beginning to take shape thisclose to the Brooklyn Bridge. … Full Article

CB6 committee approves controversial NY Methodist expansion, but adds conditions

After New York Methodist Hospital further tweaked its design plans, Community Board 6's Landmarks/Land Use Committee on Monday voted to conditionally approve zoning variances for the construction of a large ambulatory care facility in Park Slope. … Full Article

Mark-Viverito’s election to council’s top post draws quick reaction

The election of Councilwoman Melissa Mark-Viverio to council speaker on Wednesday was quickly praised by her City Hall colleagues, business leaders, and women’s rights groups. … Full Article

Loehmann's liquidation sales begin Thursday

Loehmann's, a discount retailer which traces its roots back more than 90 years, says it will begin liquidating inventory Thursday. … Full Article

The Heights Players celebrate family love and mishegoss this January

Family is more than blood. It is love, caring, shared values and sometimes, putting the needs of others before yourself. This describes the Jerome family of Neil Simon's “Broadway Bound,” now being performed by The Heights Players in Brooklyn Heights. … Full Article

Here's an art exhibition that celebrates being a sellout

If you describe an artist as a sellout, it's usually be meant as an insult. A sellout is often depicted as someone who failed to stay true to their art and sold out in favor of (gasp!) commercialism. … Full Article

Dearly Departed? No, just moving

The Court Street Funeral Home plans to leave the building where it has operated since 1946 – but will relocate within Cobble Hill, owner Dominic Cusimano told the Brooklyn Eagle Tuesday. … Full Article

New historical novel reads like thriller

New York-based author Michele Zackheim this week published her latest novel, “Last Train to Paris” (Europa Editions), and will be celebrating in Brooklyn with a reading on Jan. 9 at Greenlight Bookstore in Fort Greene.  … Full Article

Lutheran HealthCare lecture focuses on spiritual side of medicine

Medical care these days involves far more than just physical exams in a doctor’s office, flu shots and MRIs. There is also a spiritual component to healing the patient, according to officials at Lutheran HealthCare. … Full Article


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