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Brooklyn BookBeat: New novel depicts family coping with tragedy

Joshua Henkin, the Brooklyn-based author of “Swimming Across the Hudson” and “Matrimony,” will soon release his latest novel, “ … Full Article

Brooklyn judge declines to honor Egyptian order

In deciding a seemingly routine guardianship proceeding, Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Barros had to contend with New York State law as well as a guardianship order previously executed in Egypt.   … Full Article

Nets sweep Bobcats, ups lead to 4th place

The Brooklyn Nets know they will need more performances like Saturday's from Deron Williams if they have any plans of going deep into the playoffs. … Full Article

SAVE LICH video posted as Red Hook rallies to save hospital

Supporters of Cobble Hill’s Long Island College Hospital (LICH) will march from Red Hook this Sunday, April 7 at 1 p.m. … Full Article

Red Hook group slams sludge-processing plan

Red Hook residents opposed to a controversial plan to use a location in Red Hook to process toxic sludge from the Gowanus Canal have started an online petition drive. … Full Article

BP Markowitz to ‘Go Out with a Bang’ at Final State of the Borough Address

Invite-Only Crowd at Barclays

After 12 years as Brooklyn’s quintessential advocate, Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz will deliver his final State of the Borough Address at an invitation-only event at Barclays Center next Thursday, April 11.  … Full Article

Brooklyn Flea and Smorgasburg Return this Weekend

Whether or not it feels like spring, the Brooklyn Flea and Smorgasburg will be back in action this weekend, featuring hundreds of local vendors. Visitors can enjoy a variety of different fresh food options and can shop for antiques, jewelry, furniture, and vintage clothing. Referred to by … Full Article

Brooklyn BookBeat: Brooklynite’s new novel explores complexities of open adoption

Award-winning author Jennifer Gilmore will soon release “The Mothers” (Scribner; on-sale April 9, 2013) – a poignant novel that follows one couple’s complex journ … Full Article

CityTech student makes volunteering a way of life

"Volunteering has become part of my DNA," says New York City College of Technology (City Tech) senior Patricia Persaud. "I take what I learn from each project and apply it to the next one."  … Full Article

Manatee Madness: Target dress label at Atlantic Terminal offends larger women

Shoppers at the Atlantic Terminal Target store say a label that listed the color of a plus-size dress as "manatee gray" was insulting. The label for the same dress in smaller sizes described it as "dark heather gray." Target apologized for the label. … Full Article


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