Columbia Waterfront

Carroll Gardens march marks 64 years of honoring Patron Saint

A Carroll Gardens tradition continues this year.
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New middle school changes the game in Downtown Brooklyn

Talk about dedication: Even with two broken arms, P.S. 8 Principal Seth Phillips was on hand to greet students and parents at P.S. 8’s brand new middle school on the first day of school Thursday. The middle school — dubbed M.S.
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Slave Theater anchors district near Barclays

Jeff Strabone, former Cobble Hill Association president and newly elected corresponding secretary of the association, has alerted us to an ambitious mission conceived by a former student of his at New York University. It is a project that, if successful, would benefit the entire borough.
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Red Hook drug sweep nets 'drug-dealing dozen'

Kings County District Attorney Charles J. Hynes on Thursday announced the arrest of six drug dealers who reportedly operated in the Red Hook housing developments, and the arrest of six more people whom police found in possession of narcotics in the targeted locations.  
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Poly Prep Country Day School: Mind, body and character

The mission of Poly Prep Country Day School is to prepare and inspire the next diverse generation of leaders and global citizens to act with intelligence, imagination and — above all — character.
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Greenpoint residents get break in parking rules

The city’s Department of Sanitation is easing alternate side of the street parking regulations Greenpoint to accommodate motorists who are finding a hard time finding parking due to the ongoing reconstruction of Nassau Avenue, Assemblyman Joe Lentol said.
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First Unitarian calls its first woman Senior Minister

The First Unitarian Congregational Society in Brooklyn has called the Reverend Ana Levy-Lyons to be its first woman Senior Minister, effective Aug. 1. She will preach her first sermon this Sunday, Sept.
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Backing up Brook: Nets poised to sign reserve center Andray Blatche

The only thing missing from Nets general manager Billy King's near-perfect summer was a big man to back up 7-foot center Brook Lopez for the franchise's upcoming inaugural season in Downtown Brooklyn. … Full Article

Brooklyn remembers

Brooklyn will mark the 11th anniversary of the tragic events of Sept. 11, 2001, with the annual “Tribute in Light” visible from the Brooklyn Heights Promenade and Brooklyn Bridge Park. In Bay Ridge, people will gather on the 69th Street pier at 7:30 p.m.
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Clarke's history of slavery blooper stuns 'Colbert' viewers

Park Slope Rep. Yvette Clarke’s blooper about the history of slavery in Brooklyn on Tuesday night's “The Colbert Report” had viewers shaking their heads. … Full Article


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