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BRIC announces 2015 Celebrate Brooklyn! events at Brooklyn Bridge Park

BRIC, producer of Celebrate Brooklyn!, the borough’s premier outdoor summer festival, returns with the fifth annual Celebrate Brooklyn! Dance Parties. … Full Article
 

Bushwick Nostalgia: The Hotel Bossert's builder lived in one of these houses, and the others are pretty great, too

The man who built Brooklyn Heights' iconic Hotel Bossert lived in Bushwick among the beer barons. … Full Article
 

Bushwick Nostalgia: The landmarked William Ulmer Brewery and other historic eye candy

This Bushwick brewery is so beautiful that the city landmarked it. … Full Article
 
 

Bushwick Nostalgia: Planned development at the Rheingold site makes us long for a look at surviving buildings from the brewers' glory days

Beer Here! The other day, renderings were released for a new apartment building that's planned for a portion of the massive site where the Rheingold Brewery once stood. … Full Article
 

P.S. 8 robotics teams: More than STEM

“It was a good day” at the recent FIRST Robotics Regional Competition, said P.S. 8 robotics coach Brandie Hayes. … Full Article
 

Elected officials help distribute food for Passover

Elected officials pitched in to help a charitable group give out free food for Passover during a distribution effort at the Brooklyn Navy Yard that was organized like a precise military operation. … Full Article
 

At St. Francis: Finding a balance with police and communities

St. Francis College hosted two reporters — Harry Siegel and Azi Paybarah — for a talk called “Policing in New York and America” in Brooklyn Heights on Friday. … Full Article
 

Two honored for advocating for regulation-size playing field in Brooklyn Bridge Park

What does it take to get a world-class, regulation size playing field built on the Brooklyn waterfront? Students at Brooklyn Friends School (BFS) learned on Monday that it takes peaceful cooperation, collaboration and perseverance – core Quaker values. … Full Article
 

‘Please Touch the Art’ exhibition coming to Brooklyn Bridge Park

“Please Touch the Art,” a new exhibition by Danish artist Jeppe Hein featuring 18 playful sculptures designed specifically for public interaction, is coming to Brooklyn Bridge Park (BBP). … Full Article
 

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