Brooklyn L Train riders demand answers from MTA, DOT on upcoming shutdown

It’s been about a year since L Train commuters last heard from the MTA and the city’s Department of Transportation (DOT) about the coming 15-month service shutdown, scheduled to commence in April 2019. … Full Article

Get ready for noise, dust, parking space shortages

You’re getting new water mains, Brooklyn. But you’ll have to put up with a lot of construction noises, clouds of dust, water turn-offs and the temporary loss of on-street parking spaces in the meantime. … Full Article

MILESTONES: December 5, birthdays for Keri Hilson, Margaret Cho, Lauren London

Greetings, Brooklyn.  Today is the 342nd day of the year. … Full Article

Brooklyn Real Estate Board salutes civic leaders at annual holiday party

Some of Bay Ridge’s most revered realtors gathered on Thursday night at the Rex Manor in Dyker Heights to recognize civic leaders within the community. … Full Article

Is 24-hour subway service necessary for The City That Never Sleeps?

Endless delays, sporadic service and the occasional derailment have become all too familiar for the 5.7 million people who rely on the New York City subway system each weekday. … Full Article

Fox News stars, de Blasio celebrate Aidala’s birthday

Stars of politics and TV came out to help superstar lawyer Arthur Aidala celebrate a milestone birthday and the Brooklyn-born birthday boy reveled in the spotlight. Aidala, founding partner of the Aidala, Bertuna & Kamins law firm, hit the big 5-0, turning 50 years old on Dec. 1. … Full Article

Monday December 4, Our World in Pictures

BRAZIL — Celebrating the Samba: A man in a costume performs at the Central Station in Rio de Janeiro on Saturday. Hundreds of people have gathered in the capital’s main train station for Brazil’s annual Samba Day festivities. … Full Article

Brooklyn Today December 4: Big Thinkers Propose MTA Stops Overnight Subway Service

Weather, Brooklyn (NWS): Day 51°, Night 45°, Mostly Sunny … Full Article

Landlords who harass tenants to have a harder time getting NYC building permits

It’s illegal for landlords to harass tenants in order to drive them from their buildings, but in many cases this behavior is just part of business. Now, however, New York City has put a pilot program in place to put teeth into enforcing the law. … Full Article

Newton Foundation hosts holiday dinner and toy giveaway

The Newton Foundation hosted its annual holiday dinner and toy giveaway on Friday, Nov. 24 at The BKLN Diner (formerly Vikki’s Restaurant) at 5924 Ave. N in Mill Basin. … Full Article


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