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DNAinfo reported yesterday, Boerum Hill's Church of the Redeemer Sells for $20 Million:Photo via BrownstonerBOERUM HILL — The Church of the Redeemer in Boerum Hill sold for $20 million to a  Read more

U.S. Dept. of JusticeSurprise, Gowanus! State corrections officials have unveiled plans for a new borough-wide parole reporting center in Gowanus, NY1 reports.When it opens in January, every parolee in Brooklyn  Read more

A Message from Empire State Development (ESD) regarding the April 30th public hearing on the Atlantic Yards Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement:

On March 28, 2014, the Board of

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PUBLIC HEARING on Atlantic Yards

Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement

Wednesday, April 30

5:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Long Island University

Room HS 107

75 DeKalb Avenue

This Wednesday, April 30th starting at 5:30 the Empire  Read more

We were bowl-ed over by this new Bensonhurst Vietnamese restaurant. Read more. Read more

Brooklyn A thief stole $900 from a woman’s bank account by using her debit card at an ATM, cops said. The woman checked her balance on June 19 and discovered...  Read more

“My Hand in Yours, Walt” will be “a literary walk through the legacy of the Brooklyn Bridge in works by Whitman, Crane, Bishop, and Moore” this Wednesday evening, September 17,  Read more

We’ve received this notice from the Brooklyn Heights Association: Is Your Dog A Winner? The BHA Annual Dog Show (this Sunday afternoon!) has spots available. There are more spots available  Read more

States with confirmed cases. CDCA panic in Borough Park about enterovirus D-68 is unfounded so far, the NYC Dept. of Health told the Brooklyn Eagle on Monday.The respiratory disease, which  Read more

States with confirmed cases. CDCA panic in Borough Park about enterovirus D-68 is unfounded so far, the NYC Dept. of Health told the Brooklyn Eagle on Monday.The respiratory disease, which  Read more

This wasn’t your average pitchfork-wielding mob. Read more. Read more

A canine kissing booth, a doggie selfie station, and a paw-print-painting area were among the activities at this animal-rescue fund-raiser. Read more. Read more

Locals say this Bensonhurst corridor has turned into a dump. Read more. Read more

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photo by Jason SchwartzmanCarroll Gardens resident Jason Schwartzman made an interesting discovery in Red Hook recently and shared the photo above with PMFA readers. Jason writes:"This is a photo  Read more

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Governor Andrew Cuomo has ordered flags across New York State to be flown at half mast today in honor of U.S. Army PFC Bernard Gavrin, a Midwood resident who went  Read more

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Registration will take place from 10 AM to 12 PM on September 28 at the 69th Street Pier on Shore Road in Bay Ridge for the 7th Annual St. Jude  Read more

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“Penthouse” units at Brooklyn’s highest residential tower are now up for sale. A collection of 40 so-called penthouses at the Stahl Organization’s 388 Bridge Street – located on floors 45  Read more

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Yesterday morning, the NYPD’s Aviation and Scuba units rescued two jet skiers who had been stranded overnight on two tiny islands in Lower New York Bay between Staten Island and  Read more

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Produce garden at the corner of Carroll Street and Bond Street in GowanusContainer gardening: growing fresh produce on sidewalk at Third Street.Container garden on Hoyt Street near Third Street.Vegetables or  Read more

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Divine, an underground rapper from Brooklyn, has taken his friendship with venture capitalist Ben Horowitz, who invested in Rap Genius, to the next level. First Divine made a music video  Read more

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After releasing the previous two-week Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park Construction Update more than two business days late, on 9/4/14, Forest City Ratner and Empire State Development did much better this week, releasing  Read more

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So Grub Street says there are no “big-deal” restaurants opening in Brooklyn this fall because the rents here are no longer cheap enough to attract exiled Manhattanites. To me, this  Read more

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A Brooklyn councilman is calling on the MTA to drop its “exorbitant” $15 toll to drive into Staten Island — at least for a day — to celebrate the Verrazano-Narrows...  Read more

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   After an extensive 13-month rehabilitation project that involved replacing “two miles of track, 37 miles of communication cable and 14 miles of powercable,” the R train resumed full service  Read more

It's My Park! Day

Saturday, October 18th, 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 pm.

Work alongside dozens of other park-loving volunteers on It's My Park! Day as you clean up "Brooklyn's back yard."

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The Brooklyn Historical Society, 128 Pierrepont Street (corner of Clinton) has three events scheduled for the next three nights. Tomorrow (Tuesday, September 16) starting at 7:30 p.m. there will be  Read more

Photo: MK MetzTuesday at 6:00 PM, Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams will host a forum on emergency preparedness with Office of Emergency Management (OEM) Commissioner Joseph Esposito in the  Read more

Photo: MK MetzTuesday at 6:00 PM, Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams will host a forum on emergency preparedness with Office of Emergency Management (OEM) Commissioner Joseph Esposito in the  Read more

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