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Feeling the Monday work-a-day blues? Take advantage of the upcoming long summer nights with two free outdoor movie series — one in Coney Island and Prospect Park — to get  Read more

Feeling the Monday work-a-day blues? Take advantage of the upcoming long summer nights with two free outdoor movie series — one in Coney Island and Prospect Park — to get  Read more

A bill that would have added $51,000 to the pension of former Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz never came up for a vote in Albany after it was exposed in  Read more

A bill that would have added $51,000 to the pension of former Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz never came up for a vote in Albany after it was exposed in  Read more

Community Board 12 General Meeting

Monday, June 26th, 7:00 p.m. to  Read more

Community Board 12 General Meeting

Monday, June 26th, 7:00 p.m. to  Read more

If you own a car in New York City, you will get a parking ticket at some point. The Daily News points out that fines are a huge money-maker for  Read more

If you own a car in New York City, you will get a parking ticket at some point. The Daily News points out that fines are a huge money-maker for  Read more

The iconic Watchtower sign, a glowing fixture over Brooklyn Heights, will soon disappear from the skyline. Read more

The iconic Watchtower sign, a glowing fixture over Brooklyn Heights, will soon disappear from the skyline. Earlier this month, the Jehovah’s Witnesses filed a permit application seeking to remove the  Read more

Developers received the green light to market about $400 million in condominium projects in Brooklyn during the second quarter, which is down about $900 million year-over-year, according to a TRData  Read more

Developers received the green light to market about $400 million in condominium projects in Brooklyn during the second quarter, which is down about $900 million year-over-year, according to a TRData  Read more

Tents and food trucks lined eight blocks stretching from Carroll to Bergen for the Smith Street Fair on Sunday, June 25. The warm weather drew large crowds out to the  Read more

Tents and food trucks lined eight blocks stretching from Carroll to Bergen for the Smith Street Fair on Sunday, June 25. The warm weather drew large crowds out to the  Read more

Curious about how the rich and famous (and maybe even notorious) live? Here’s a sneak peek at the Brooklyn homes of a few celebrities. We’ve got the lovely Clinton Hill  Read more

Curious about how the rich and famous (and maybe even notorious) live? Here’s a sneak peek at the Brooklyn homes of a few celebrities. We’ve got the lovely Clinton Hill  Read more

Williamsburg’s Brooklyn Bowl plays host to the Williamsburg Wine Bash on Monday evening, when over 60 wines will be on offer, along with food from local restaurants. The wine selection  Read more

He is expected to survive, and no criminality is suspected. The incident is still under investigation. [ more › ] Read more

Today, an iconic Bensonhurst diner has shut its doors, and neighbors spent the weekend enjoying one last meal and reveling in memories. The Vegas Diner, a hallmark of old-school Brooklyn  Read more

The month of Ramadan is over, the moon has been sighted and on Sunday, June 25, the majority of Muslims around the world celebrated Eid al-Fitr (which lasts three days).  Read more

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