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Recent gunfire incidents in Downtown Brooklyn spotlights concentrated court system

On a workday, from the 30th floor of 16 Court St., the editorial staff at the Brooklyn Eagle ran to the window overlooking the intersection of Fulton and Adams streets as a shooting incident unfolded. … Full Article

Brooklyn’s newest can’t-miss cuisine: Ivorian

On the border of Bedford-Stuyvesant and Bushwick, former cabdriver Chuck Cisse and chef Marietou Boleane are bringing the food of the Ivory Coast to Brooklynites. … Full Article

Renovations to begin at park across from BAM

The small, triangular BAM Park in Fort Greene, opposite the famed Brooklyn Academy of Music, has been closed to the public for more than a decade, partially because of contaminants found in the soil. … Full Article

Work to begin on Clark Street subway elevators — but when?

For many years, the elevators at the 2 and 3 trains’ Clark Street subway station have been breaking down.  … Full Article

City Tech design department opens new HQ, announces BFA program

Faculty, staff, students and friends of New York City College of Technology’s Department of Communication Design cut the ribbon on the department’s renovated home inside the college’s Pearl Building at 259 Adams St. on Thursday.  … Full Article

NYC: Measles outbreak in Orthodox Williamsburg stems from unvaccinated children

New York City Health Department officials met with rabbis and elected officials in Williamsburg on Thursday after six children in the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community were diagnosed with measles. … Full Article

Overflowing trash plagues Carroll Gardens’ streets

Trash is everywhere in Carroll Gardens, from litter on the streets to overflowing garbage cans, and people are complaining. … Full Article

Brooklyn writer uses Red Hook housing projects as backdrop for new novel

“Tight” by Torrey Maldonado is a fast-paced novel for middle-grade readers, that emphasizes the importance of finding your own identity, choosing friends you can depend on, and the power of walking away from a one-sided friendship. … Full Article

Williamsburg’s North Sixth Street becomes trendy retail destination

North Sixth Street in Williamsburg, which intersects with Kent Avenue and the neighborhood East River ferry stop, has become a lively commercial street and a favorite for retailers making inroads in Brooklyn. … Full Article

Smorgasburg to open indoor markets in Atlantic Center and Williamsburg

Smorgasburg, the gourmet outdoor food festival that operates several seasonal outdoor markets in Brooklyn, plans to open indoor locations in Fort Greene and Williamsburg this winter.  … Full Article


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