State Senator Daniel Squadron released a report on Friday showing “the good, the bad, and the ugly” of the 53 subway stations in his district, which encompasses the Brooklyn waterfront from Greenpo … Full Article

Golden calling on residents to protest water rate hike

Residents will have even more reason to take short showers, water the plants less frequently and turn off the faucet while brushing their teeth in the morning. The city is planning to raise the water rates starting in July. … Full Article

Thursday April 16, Our World In Pictures

GERMANY — Giraffe Calf Explores Outdoor Enclosure: A young giraffe named Nakuru falls into the water after it could not stop running during its first exploration of its outdoor enclosure in the Hagenbeck Zoo in Hamburg on Thursday. … Full Article

Exhibition highlights 50-year-old NYC Landmarks Law

To mark the 50th anniversary of New York City's Landmarks Law, a new exhibition looks at the architectural losses that led up to the law and how it has helped shape neighborhoods today that blend both the old and new.
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Adams proclaims April as Brooklyn Landmarks Month

Brooklyn boasts many famous landmarks, everything from the Cyclone to the Williamsburg Savings Bank Tower, Borough Hall and the Wonder Wheel and adding to the allure of these structures is the fact that they are also designated as official city landmarks. … Full Article

Demonstrators clash with cops, disrupt rush traffic on Brooklyn Bridge

Hundreds of demonstrators marched over the Brooklyn Bridge and a large number ran onto the roadway of the Manhattan-bound lanes at rush hour Tuesday evening, disrupting traffic and flooding the car lanes with police. … Full Article

Promenade Garden volunteers have helped transform a Brooklyn landmark

It was six years ago that Karen Schlesinger was walking along the Brooklyn Heights Promenade and noticed that it was in terrible shape. She wanted to file a complaint, and spotted then-gardener Jonathan Landsman. … Full Article

Brooklyn native Fred Serrano delivered the Brooklyn Eagle in 1940s, climbed Mount Fuji while stationed in Japan

Brooklyn native Fred Serrano is 80 years old and currently lives in comfortable retirement in a private subdivision of Palm Harbor, a town connected to the north side of Clearwater on the West Coast of Florida.   … Full Article

Tuesday April 14, Our World In Pictures

BROOKLYN: Congressman Lewis Signs Bestselling “March” Books: Shown is Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) at a book signing at The Brooklyn Music School on April 8. Congressman Lewis spoke to students about his No. … Full Article

Families of slain NYPD police officers honored at Mets game

The families of two slain New York City police officers threw out the ceremonial first pitch at the Mets' home opener at Citi Field on Monday and were joined by Mayor Bill de Blasio at a time when his relationship with the police department is … Full Article

NY pols, #BringBackOurGirls commemorate 1-year anniversary of Boko Haram kidnapping of 270 Nigerian schoolgirls

The Empire State Building is set to be lit in red and purple Tuesday night, April 14, as part of the effort to bring attention to the 219 missing Nigerian girls who were kidnapped by Boko Haram terrorists a year ago on April 14, 2014, Congresswoman Carolyn B. … Full Article


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