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They claim the park stands to rake in $300 million more than it has projected over the next 50 years. Read more. Read more

A Brooklyn dog walker died Thursday after plunging down a stairwell, and police believe the dogs he was walking caused the deadly fall. The 53-year-old victim was leaving the building  Read more

An Israel tourist was busted for climbing the Brooklyn Bridge for a photo-op Thursday evening, police sources said. Shivel Dikstein, 18 was arrested around 7 p.m. after he jumped over  Read more

Brooklyn becomes a magical land this week, with rock ’n’ roll unicorns and bears, fairy tale films, and a festival where the beer flows free. Brooklyn is the place to  Read more

Windsor Terrace Library Closed

Monday, March 13th, through Sunday, April 9th

From Monday,  Read more

Windsor Terrace Library Closed

Monday, March 13th, through Sunday, April 9th

From Monday,  Read more

It’s heavy maintenance work on the subways this weekend. From 11:45 p.m. tomorrow (Friday, February 24) to 5:00 a.m. Monday, February 27 Sandy repair work will close the 4/5 line  Read more

The ex-CEO of a tech company was sentenced to two-and-a-half years behind bars Thursday in Brooklyn court for securities fraud. Jacob “Kobi” Alexander pleaded guilty last August to back-dating stock  Read more

The ex-CEO of a tech company was sentenced to two-and-a-half years behind bars Thursday in Brooklyn court for securities fraud. Jacob “Kobi” Alexander pleaded guilty last August to back-dating stock  Read more

Spoken Word Open Mic

Friday, March 3rd, 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.

Kensington Stables is still open for business, and "Work" is the theme for its next spoken word open mic night.  Read more

Four subway dancers attacked a straphanger who refused to move aside so they could perform in the middle of a Brooklyn train car, police said Thursday. The four men, described  Read more

Four subway dancers attacked a straphanger who refused to move aside so they could perform in the middle of a Brooklyn train car, police said Thursday. The four men, described  Read more

 377 Union Street between Smith and Hoyt Streets in Carroll GardensThe front garden of 377 Union Street with construction debris. Photo taken on February 16, 2017 Clean-up in process at 377 Union  Read more

This series is brought to you by Movers not Shakers. It’s late February, and that means pitchers and catchers have reported to Spring Training down in Florida and out west  Read more

The Down-Low is our round-up of stories in our neck of the woods as well as other curiosities all over Brooklyn. -Portions of the Kosciuszko Bridge to be dynamited [Curbed]  Read more

“We need to act up! We have overcome tyranny before,” U.S Democratic Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke shouted to the hundreds packed into her town hall event last night, addressing Donald  Read more

City Council candidate (43rd District) Liam McCabe recently spoke to Dyker Heights residents and business owners over concerns about garbage piling up along 13th Avenue. McCabe says the garbage problems  Read more

Find out where to eat in our weekly ranking of the city’s most important restaurants. Read more

The potential Brooklyn serial killer charged with two murders showed some remorse — but only for his precious white sneakers that got “scuffed up” while in police custody, a law  Read more

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