‘Unacceptable rancor’ between Albany, NYC must stop before BQE traffic disaster strikes

Brooklyn communities abutting the BQE will face local traffic calamities for years during reconstruction of Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (BQE) and roadway under the Brooklyn Heights Promenade if Gov. … Full Article

Brooklyn Today February 9: River Cafe Deemed One of the Most Romantic Spots in Nation

Weather, Brooklyn (NWS): Day 36°, Night 37°, Increasing Clouds … Full Article

Friday February 9, Our World in Pictures

CALIFORNIA – Trudeau in San Fran: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets with employees, including Patrick Hong, from Vancouver, as he leaves the offices of Salesforce on Thursday, in San Francisco.  … Full Article

Thursday February 8, Our World in Pictures

PHILIPPINES — Pilots Perform for Festival: British female members of the Aerosuperbatics Wingwalkers perform aerobatic stunts for the first time in the country during the four-day 22nd International Hot Air Balloon festival in Clark on Thursday. … 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Officials and transit advocates on Thursday issued a stinging indictment of the city’s outdated and failing bus service, calling it a system in crisis.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

Dog Gone! Why did the city kick out the digital dog houses?

It’s a winter morning and you and your furry friend are en route to grab a cup of coffee. The issue at hand: when it’s time for you to run inside to order your Americano— there’s also a long line — your dog is stuck outside waiting for you in 25-degree weather. And if it were summer? … 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

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


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