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The Last O.G is filming this Thursday on Carroll Street, along the Park and between Smith and Hoyt, based on the pink notices posted this morning. Move your cars by  Read more

The Last O.G is filming this Thursday on Carroll Street, along the Park and between Smith and Hoyt, based on the pink notices posted this morning. Move your cars by  Read more

For Young Runners at I.S. 234, there was a lot of buildup to the Airbnb Brooklyn Half Marathon last Saturday, as dozens of student athletes ran a mile-long loop on  Read more

For Young Runners at I.S. 234, there was a lot of buildup to the Airbnb Brooklyn Half Marathon last Saturday, as dozens of student athletes ran a mile-long loop on  Read more

[Update 5/23 9am: On Monday, May 22 police arrested Bensonhurst man Christopher Clemente, 20, and he has been charged with attempted rape, forcible touching, and sexual abuse.] Cops are turning  Read more

1. The kids love it!In their own words: “Both of our children loved Camp! Each day was filled with exciting, varied, fun-filled activities. The counselors provided a warm, loving environment  Read more

1. The kids love it!In their own words: “Both of our children loved Camp! Each day was filled with exciting, varied, fun-filled activities. The counselors provided a warm, loving environment  Read more

Miss Ada, 184 Dekalb Avenue, Fort Greene, 917-909-1023 With a name playing on the Hebrew word “misada,” meaning “restaurant,” this new eatery by Chef/owner Tomer Blechman (previously at Lupa, Bar  Read more

Greenlight Bookstore in association with Brooklyn’s newly-restored Kings Theatre (1027 Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn, NY) is pleased to announce a one night only presentation of Mike Tyson in conversation with Paul  Read more

A Board member of the Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Academy’s Home School Association reached out to us asking for help with the Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Academy’s Shoe  Read more

Tomorrow, the makeover begins on Dome Playground’s basketball and handball courts, Parks Department announced, a much-used park on the border of Kensington and Boro Park. Renovations at Dome Playground, on  Read more

This rainy and dreary Monday makes it easy to forget the beautiful spring weather we enjoyed yesterday. It was a perfect day for the Fabulous Fifth Ave Fair that took  Read more

This rainy and dreary Monday makes it easy to forget the beautiful spring weather we enjoyed yesterday. It was a perfect day for the Fabulous Fifth Ave Fair that took  Read more

An 8-year-old girl was seriously injured in Marine Park on Saturday when a driver hit her and then fled the scene. Before sundown, the 8-year-old girl was crossing in the  Read more

An 8-year-old girl was seriously injured in Marine Park on Saturday when a driver hit her and then fled the scene. Before sundown, the 8-year-old girl was crossing in the  Read more

NYPD are searching for the man in the above photos in connection with an assault that occurred last Friday at the Jay Street subway station in Downtown Brooklyn. The incident  Read more

NYPD are searching for the man in the above photos in connection with an assault that occurred last Friday at the Jay Street subway station in Downtown Brooklyn. The incident  Read more

Feeling stressed? Being hard on yourself? Overwhelmed at work? Freaked out by the Trump administration? Give your mind a break from these everyday anxiety’s and learn to find some inner  Read more

Cops are searching for a man accused of a four-incident robbery spree in Sheepshead Bay and Manhattan Beach, who tricks victims into thinking they stole a cellphone in order to  Read more

  NYC DOT will begin post-Superstorm Sandy recovery construction today on the Third Street Bridge over the Gowanus Canal. Traffic will be reduced to a single lane between the hours  Read more

Keep up with what’s going on in the neighborhood all week — follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, and sign up for our daily newsletter. And if you ever  Read more

A post shared by Ample Hills Creamery (@amplehills) on May 3, 2017 at 10:07am PDT The Down-Low is our round-up of stories in our neck of the woods as well  Read more

A post shared by Ample Hills Creamery (@amplehills) on May 3, 2017 at 10:07am PDT The Down-Low is our round-up of stories in our neck of the woods as well  Read more

NYPD are searching for the woman in the above surveillance video and below photos in connection with a recent assault of an elderly man in Fort Greene. Just before 1pm  Read more

What is home, anyway? It’s a place that magically draws you in. But you don’t have to Fire Walk With Me to find the perfect Southern Brooklyn spots. 68 East  Read more

Okay southern Brooklyn N riders, we have some good news and some bad news. Let’s start with the good because when is there ever good news from the MTA these  Read more

It’s tough running a small business Brooklyn. The many obstacles small business owners face—rising costs, fierce competition, greedy landlords, etc.—are intimidating. In the past few months, BKLYNER has posted about  Read more

There are so many ways to enjoy your weekend in BK it’s hard to count, between music fests, food fests, walking tours, and bike rides. Get out and explore your  Read more

BKLYNER received four awards at the 15th Annual Ippies Journalism Awards at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism last night. We were awarded first place for investigative and in-depth reporting,  Read more

A post shared by BKLYNER (@bklynerbk) on May 11, 2017 at 4:08am PDT NYC DOT announced Thursday that drivers can now pay for street parking in Brooklyn using a mobile  Read more

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