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Stuck on the subway? Riders Alliance offers ‘action kits’

If you’re struck on the subway and are late for work, there is something you can do about it, according to the Riders Alliance, which has introduced a new project aimed at empowering riders to take action. … Full Article

Brooklyn Today November 21: Brooklyn College Wants NYPD Away From Campus

Weather, Brooklyn (NWS): Day 58°, Night 46°, Sunny … Full Article

Key NYC vote Tuesday on controversial Fort Greene Park redesign

A plan to redesign some of Fort Greene Park’s entrances and edges has run into a wall of opposition from preservationists and architectural groups. … Full Article

Former foster child living her American Dream

A college student who was once homeless is excelling in school and is on her way to becoming a psychologist so that she can help kids in the position she once found herself in. … Full Article

Bay Ridge couple feels God’s Love through food

God’s Love We Deliver, the nonprofit organization founded in 1985 with the goal of bringing tasty, nutritious meals to the homes of AIDS sufferers, cancer patients and others coping with life-threatening illnesses, marked a major milestone this year. … Full Article

Monday November 20, Our World in Pictures

INDIA — Film Causes Controversy: Veiled members of India's Rajput community listen to a speech by their leader as they gather to protest against the release of Bollywood film "Padmavati" in Mumbai on Monday. … Full Article

Brooklyn Today November 20: From Skepticism to Optimism

Weather, Brooklyn (NWS): Day 46°, Night 36°, Sunny … Full Article

Fulton Street biz, customers protest new bus-only lanes in Clinton Hill

Small business owners and their customers in Clinton Hill say the city’s decision to turn the curbside lanes on Fulton Street into bus-only lanes will wipe out parking and deliveries to dozens of stores along the busy shopping strip. … Full Article

Friday November 17, Our World in Pictures

IRAN — Earthquake Hits: Men mourn in front of destroyed houses in Sarpol-e-Zahab on Wednesday. Survivors waited for badly needed aid after a powerful earthquake along the Iraq border killed hundreds and left thousands injured. … Full Article

From skepticism to optimism: A new tone surrounding the Gowanus Canal cleanup

When one thinks of the Gowanus Canal, images of pollution, trash and the notorious black mayonnaise come to mind. For many years, the tone surrounding America’s dirtiest waterway was one of pessimism, disgust and distrust. … Full Article

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