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As a hearing this morning approached on Forest City Ratner's lawsuit to reopen the modular factory producing modules for the stalled B2 tower at Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park, more legal filings  Read more

Current reader favorites: 1. Trump considering another Atlantic City gamble 2. The Wrap: Jersey City is booming, how smart money transformed Dumbo … and more 3. The 5 worst property  Read more

Today’s beautiful submission is from a friend, former colleague and all-around nice guy. Photo by Bob De Thomas Morning Mug is our daily showcase of photographs from our readers. If  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

Part of 'We the People.' Photo by MK MetzIt's almost time . . .On September 28 at noon Xiu Xiu will premier a sound installation at Brooklyn Bridge Park.Using 999  Read more

Brooklyn A heartless thug slugged an elderly man in a Midwood building’s elevator and then robbed him, authorities said Monday. The mugger boarded the elevator in the building on East...  Read more

Tuesday is National Voter Registration Day! Volunteers, celebrities, and organizations will hit the streets to register tens of thousands of voters.Are you 18? Election Day is November 4. You can  Read more

Tuesday is National Voter Registration Day! Volunteers, celebrities, and organizations will hit the streets to register tens of thousands of voters.Are you 18? Election Day is November 4. You can  Read more

Police are looking for a guy who they say robbed a senior in Midwood on Sept. 17. Read more. Read more

Emil Amos is a master multi-instrumentalist and multi-tasker. Read more. Read more

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Commenter Peter Loibl and the Brooklyn Eagle report that there has been a stabbing on Montague Street.

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Skanska USA Building and Forest City Ratner remain locked in legal battle, trading blame for flaws in the design and construction of modular units for their 32-story building in Prospect  Read more

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In this city, restaurants come and go faster than you can say “sustainable locavore burger.” And even though there are great new additions to the culinary landscape popping up every  Read more

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The Brooklyn teen who was caught on camera kicking a helpless cat like a football through the air finally expressed regret outside court Monday in his first comments about the...  Read more

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At least this low-life is making it easy for the cops. Moments before slugging a 73-year-old man in the face and robbing him of his wallet, a perp gave authorities  Read more

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Coney Island Creek by Cropsey Avenue is the city’s most fecal-filled waterway, according to one number-crunching analyst. Ben Wellington, a statistics professor at Pratt Institute who runs the I Quant  Read more

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A Columbia University medical student died after falling into the water during a kayaking accident in upstate New York. Brooklyn native Jonathan Tang, 24, was kayaking on Stewart’s Pond in...  Read more

Bugle/BHB publisher Homer Fink (seated, in loud shirt) chats with EJ, Beth, and future BHB commenter Calvin, who will celebrate his first birthday soon. More photos and text after the  Read more

Bugle/BHB publisher Homer Fink (seated, in loud shirt) chats with EJ, Beth, and future BHB commenter Calvin, who will celebrate his first birthday soon. More photos and text after the  Read more

Photo by MK MetzSunday's fireworks cast a magical glow over the East River next to Brooklyn Bridge Park's Pier 1 and the ferry dock.The display was set off over New  Read more

They had very high hopes. The "Opportunity Brief" dated 1//6/12 presented by Forest City Ratner CEO Bruce Ratner to potential construction partners declared a breakthrough, thanks to a "world class  Read more

Director Errol Morris and his wife, poet Julia Sheehan, have purchased a 3 bedroom duplex on Pierrepont Street from the estate of poet and Nobel Prize winner Joseph Brodsky. Morris,  Read more

From October 17 to 23, BAMcinématek will present Manfred Kirchheimer's newly-restored 1981 classic "Stations of the Elevated," returning by popular demand after a sold-out screening at BAMcinemaFest, along with Kirchheimer's  Read more

Last week Brooklyn Heights Blog spoke with Nancy Webster, executive director of the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy since 2010, on the role of the conservancy in supporting BBP, her history  Read more

EMTs working on victim. Photo by MK Metz, McBrooklynKudos to a brave man from Gowanus who stopped a man who allegedly stabbed his boss on Montague Street in Brooklyn Heights today  Read more

EMTs working on victim. Photo by MK Metz, McBrooklynKudos to a brave man from Gowanus who stopped a man who allegedly stabbed his boss on Montague Street in Brooklyn Heights today  Read more

In a midday panel discussion held Monday at St. Francis Brooklyn’s Maroney Forum for Arts, Culture & Education, some of the biggest names in New York City digital media gathered  Read more

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