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Amidst the many store closings on Smith Street, there occasionally is a business opening.A little more than a week ago, a reader pointed out a new back rub and reflexology  Read more

Amidst the many store closings on Smith Street, there occasionally is a business opening.A little more than a week ago, a reader pointed out a new back rub and reflexology  Read more

“The business and the neighborhood slowed down, and we stopped making money.” Read more

In 2008, Anna Bario and Page Neal launched Bario Neal as a design-forward, women-owned, feminist jewelry company. Today, Bario Neal is an industry leader in ethical sourcing and progressive manufacturing,  Read more

In 2008, Anna Bario and Page Neal launched Bario Neal as a design-forward, women-owned, feminist jewelry company. Today, Bario Neal is an industry leader in ethical sourcing and progressive manufacturing,  Read more

Brooklyn Brewery ordered up another round at its Williamsburg digs, ditching plans to move to the Brooklyn Navy Yard when its lease expires. The company, which announced plans to move  Read more

And the news of businesses closing on Smith Street and Court Street continues with Paspartou, a "Brooklyn Artisanal Shop of European roots laced with nautical influences."The lovely storefront at 206  Read more

And the news of businesses closing on Smith Street and Court Street continues with Paspartou, a "Brooklyn Artisanal Shop of European roots laced with nautical influences."The lovely storefront at 206  Read more

 

Are picklebacks making a comeback? Did they ever leave? These are questions to ponder while throwing back shot glasses of Tromba Plata tequila paired with a tomatillo, cilantro, mint  Read more

The budding scientists of Brooklyn have a great option to learn something new and have some fun with after-school programs, parties and camps with one of the best science educators  Read more

The budding scientists of Brooklyn have a great option to learn something new and have some fun with after-school programs, parties and camps with one of the best science educators  Read more

Because you can’t quite imagine a ‘Dad Went Out For The Day So Mom Had To Take Care Of The Kids All By Herself’ story, check out today’s mid-day links:  Read more

Because you can’t quite imagine a ‘Dad Went Out For The Day So Mom Had To Take Care Of The Kids All By Herself’ story, check out today’s mid-day links:  Read more

Jam with Yoshie

Saturday, January 28th, 7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Send off Shabbat with musician Yoshie Fruchter, who will be playing his guitar. Bring your instruments and join him--or just sit  Read more

Jam with Yoshie

Saturday, January 28th, 7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Send off Shabbat with musician Yoshie Fruchter, who will be playing his guitar. Bring your instruments and join him--or just sit  Read more

When Colonie opened in the winter of 2011, it was the most Brooklyn a restaurant could be. Restaurant trends have changed, but it’s still a winner. … Read More

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When Colonie opened in the winter of 2011, it was the most Brooklyn a restaurant could be. Restaurant trends have changed, but it’s still a winner. … Read More

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Launching a Hate Free Zone in Kensington

Wednesday, January 25th, 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Kensington will be declared a hate free zone at a press conference and rally at Avenue C  Read more

Launching a Hate Free Zone in Kensington

Wednesday, January 25th, 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Kensington will be declared a hate free zone at a press conference and rally at Avenue C  Read more

A man who was moving his car for alternate side parking in Brooklyn died when his head got wedged between the vehicle and a tree as he was backing up  Read more

A man who was moving his car for alternate side parking in Brooklyn died when his head got wedged between the vehicle and a tree as he was backing up  Read more

A Roman Catholic priest from Nigeria says that a man threatened him with a baseball bat in Marine Park earlier this month, called him a racial epithet and yelling at  Read more

A Roman Catholic priest from Nigeria says that a man threatened him with a baseball bat in Marine Park earlier this month, called him a racial epithet and yelling at  Read more

Happy hour deals that include food are the best kind of happy hours. At 21 Greenpoint, chef Sean Telo’s baking up special pies for the restaurant’s happy hour on Tuesday  Read more

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