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Brooklyn Law School's ‘Evidence Guru’ Prof. Richard Farrell dies at 80

The Brooklyn Law School (BLS) community is reeling this week after beloved professor Richard T. Farrell, a fixture on the campus for nearly 60 years, died on Wednesday at the age of 80. … Full Article

Celluloid Dreams in Brooklyn: Interview with Ashley Clark, BAMcinematek senior programmer

Ashley Clark has a dream job. He is the senior programmer for BAMcinematek at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM). Originally from South London, Clark moved to America 12 years ago to study film at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, N.J. … Full Article

Booming Brooklyn suffers busted bus system, wasting money

Officials and transit advocates on Thursday issued a stinging indictment of the city’s outdated and failing bus service, calling it a system in crisis. And booming Brooklyn has some of the worst bus service in the city, they said, with riders opting out in droves. … Full Article

Brooklyn’s all-night love affair with philosophy at Brooklyn Public Library

Brooklyn Public Library’s (BPL) Night of Philosophy and Ideas — an all-night marathon of philosophical debate, performances, screenings and music — drew more than 7,000 people to the Central Library at Grand Army Plaza on Jan. 27.   … Full Article
DA Eric Gonzalez Partners with Youth in Anti-Bullying Storytelling Project

DA Gonzalez partners with youth in anti-bullying storytelling project

A culmination of District Attorney Eric Gonzalez’s work with youth communities to prevent bullying came together at the Brooklyn Navy Yard Wednesday night as kids presented anti-bullying short films they made. … Full Article

Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce wins $750,000 grant to help small business

The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, has even more reason to break out the champagne. … Full Article

Brooklyn student wins 4-H Council’s highest honor

A college student from Brooklyn has won national recognition for her work in the community. Kyra-Lee Harry, a freshman at New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering, has been named the winner of the National 4-H Council’s Youth in Action Citizenship Pillar Award for 2018. … Full Article

Brooklyn Criminal Court sergeant admits to sex abuse in court stairwell

A former Brooklyn Criminal Court sergeant pleaded guilty to public lewdness and was sentenced to one year of conditional discharge on Wednesday after he forced a woman to perform a sex act on him in a court stairwell. … Full Article

Marcy Library reopens after renovation

Book lovers in Bedford-Stuyvesant have their library back. After a major renovation project, the Marcy Library recently reopened to great fanfare on a day that included a ceremony enjoyed by Brooklyn Public Library officials, local lawmakers and a group of young school children.  … Full Article

Thurston becomes winningest head coach in St. Francis College women's basketball history

John Thurston already holds the most impressive achievement in St. Francis Brooklyn basketball history. The only hoops coach in the Remsen Street school’s history to lead a team to an NCAA Tournament added yet another one Monday night in Emmitsburg, Maryland. … Full Article


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