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Bonus photos: The Gowanus Whole Foods is always and forever an eater's wonderland

What's the point of food if you don't take photos of it? America is a nation of eaters who turn every meal into an Instagram image, to which we say Bravo! Food is fun to photograph in grocery aisles as well, of course. … Full Article

Forget food! Landlord wants 'Whole' truth about Whole Foods' landmark renovation

Attention Whole Foods: The Coignet Building's owner has a message for you. It's about that renovation you've been doing of the lonely little landmark tucked between two wings of your supermarket on the corner of Third Avenue and Third Street in Gowanus. … Full Article

Cranberry Street Fair to return to Brooklyn Heights for 44th year

Brooklyn Heights will again be dancing in the street for the 44th annual Cranberry Street Fair this Saturday, Sept. 19 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. … Full Article

Town halls planned on Brooklyn Heights, DUMBO school rezoning

The New York City Department of Education (DOE) wants to get public input on their draft proposal regarding the rezoning of P.S. 8 in Brooklyn Heights and P.S. 307 in Vinegar Hill. To that end, DOE and District 13 Community Education Council (CEC) have scheduled two town halls. … Full Article

New board voted in at Cobble Hill Association after leadership brouhaha

Following the resignation of long-time leader Roy Sloane after two dozen members threatened to depose him, last Thursday a large crowd gathered in Cobble Hill to vote on a new line up of officers for the Cobble Hill Association's (CHA) executive board. … Full Article

NYCHA moves to lease land at Wyckoff Gardens housing project in Brooklyn to a developer

As part of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s NextGen Neighborhoods plan to dig the city’s public housing projects out of a $2.5 billion hole, NYCHA (NYC Housing Authority) Chair Shola Olatoye said on Thursday that the city hopes to lease what it calls underutilized land at the Wyckoff Gardens housing develo … Full Article

BLS Prof. Bill Araiza to speak about ‘Enforcing the Constitution’ at St. Francis College

St. Francis College will welcome Brooklyn Law School Professor Bill Araiza for a Constitution Day celebration to speak about “Enforcing the Constitution” on Sept. 17 at 11 a.m. in the college’s Maroney Forum for Arts, Culture and Education. … Full Article

Environmental Education Center opens at Brooklyn Bridge Park

William Sparky, age 3, held a shell to his ear and heard the sea. Other children explored a touch tank filled with fish from the Hudson and pulled out drawers to touch the exhibits in the Discovery Station. Still others snuggled with their parents and caregivers for a good read about nature. … Full Article

Brooklyn Friends School opens new high school facility in MetroTech

Three hundred people representing Brooklyn Friends School’s (BFS) past, present and future celebrated the opening of the school’s new, 40,000-square-foot facility for the 9th through 12th grade Upper School at 116 Lawrence St. in Downtown Brooklyn on Sept. 8. … Full Article

Steeped in tradition, colorful energy, West Indian Parade struggles to shed heavy crown of violence

On Labor Day, a day dedicated to respite from work and school, some don their swim clothes and make a valedictory trip to the beach, desperately clinging to summer as it slips away. But for more than one million, the destination par excellence is as landlocked as one can imagine. … Full Article


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