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Oil tycoon's daughter buys Brooklyn Heights carriage house that once belonged to the Jehovah's Witnesses

Bless This House. Or more specifically, this carriage house. The Brooklyn Heights Historic District property sold for $9.8 million — to an oil tycoon's daughter. … Full Article
 
 

Community group claims Brooklyn Public Library understates capital funds

The Brooklyn Public Library has more money than it’s letting on, according to a new organization called Love Brooklyn Libraries (LBL). … Full Article
 

Behind the scenes of the Pineapple Walk vote in Brooklyn Heights

Was a co-op’s vote to reject development on a valuable slice of Brooklyn Heights an example of civic altruism or healthy self-interest? Maybe a bit of both, residents say. … Full Article
 

Brooklynite’s second novel brings to life post-9/11 New York

Brooklyn author Kristopher Jansma’s award-winning first novel “The Unchangeable Spots of Leopards” was published in 2013 to wide critical acclaim. … Full Article
 

Richardson is keynote speaker at New Leaders Gala

Assemblymember Diana C. Richardson, who won elective office last year without the support of the political establishment, is raising her public profile in a big way. … Full Article
 

Sunday Funday: Prospect Park hosts post-blizzard sledding

After Winter Storm Jonas pounded Brooklyn with over two feet of snow on Saturday, children of all ages and their families headed to Prospect Park to sled, build snow igloos and release all that pent up energy from staying inside for most of the weekend.  … Full Article
 

New novel ‘The Fugitives’ is ‘Thoughtful, Full of Action’

In “The Fugitives” (Feb. 9, Simon & Schuster), National Book Award finalist Christopher Sorrentino (“Trance,” 2005) pulls off a clever literary feat. … Full Article
 

Fort Greene’s Unbound Lit Series returns Feb. 12

Unbound: A Book Launch Series with Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) and Greenlight Bookstore returns on Feb. … Full Article
 

Plymouth Church takes action against modern-day slavery

Plymouth Church in Brooklyn Heights was made famous and has long been lauded as a pioneer for its 19th-century anti-slavery stance and for the abolition work of its first minister, Henry Ward Beecher. … Full Article
 

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