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This coming Wednesday evening, May 4 at 6:30, Andrew Solomon, winner of the 2001 National Book Award for Nonfiction for The Noonday Demon, will be at the Brooklyn Historical Society,  Read more

The brother of former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger could use a little diplomacy himself these days. Walter Kissinger, 91, the younger sibling of the Nixon-era statesman, is being sued  Read more

A convicted murderer who fatally stabbed two men on the same Brooklyn block just months apart in 1985 has been approved for release by the state parole board — infuriating  Read more

The ballon man of Carroll Park.He has put smiles on kids' faces for several years now. Read more

Even the lawyer for the cop accused of stomping on a Brooklyn man’s head during a drug bust-gone-bad in 2014 admitted his client “is no hero’’ as he gave closing  Read more

(photo credit: Elizabeth Kenney)Maintenance work is being performed this week on the landmarked Carroll Street Bridge. Built in 1889, the retractable  bridge, one of only four such bridges left in  Read more

The Sheepshead Bay gossip mill has spawned lots of predictions about developers paving over established businesses to build condos. And considering the surge in development near the waterfront, neighbors are  Read more

After years of planning, bureaucratic holdups, and construction, the much-anticipated Pulaski Bridge bike path is finally completed and will officially open to cyclists traveling between Brooklyn and Queens starting tomorrow.  Read more

At the start of the month, a 14-year-old boy was burned and blinded in his left eye after a vape pen exploded in his face at a kiosk at the  Read more

At the start of the month, a 14-year-old boy was burned and blinded in his left eye after a vape pen exploded in his face at a kiosk at the  Read more

A Manhattan-based developer has acquired the necessary permits to install a floating power plant the size of a luxury yacht in a narrow channel along the southern end of Kent  Read more

A century ago, the Rev. William B. Farrell engaged in a battle with New York officials that exposed a widespread pattern of police wiretapping. Read more

Last Tuesday, it was discovered that the Brooklyn Board of Elections, in the runup to the New York Presidential Primary, had purged more than 120,000 Brooklyn Democratic voters.

Now, according to  Read more

Last Tuesday, it was discovered that the Brooklyn Board of Elections, in the runup to the New York Presidential Primary, had purged more than 120,000 Brooklyn Democratic voters.

Now, according to  Read more

Autism affects people of all ethnicities and socio-economic statuses. And in the culturally diverse neighborhoods of Southern Brooklyn, it’s essential for parents to be able to detect symptoms early in  Read more

Autism affects people of all ethnicities and socio-economic statuses. And in the culturally diverse neighborhoods of Southern Brooklyn, it’s essential for parents to be able to detect symptoms early in  Read more

W.P. Carey paid $69.9 million for a stake in six self-storage buildings in Queens, Brooklyn and the Bronx in three separate deals, according to property records filed with the city  Read more

W.P. Carey paid $59.9 million for a stake in six self-storage buildings in Queens, Brooklyn and the Bronx in three separate deals, according to property records filed with the city  Read more

A cat-loving hit-and-run driver fled the scene of a crash in Brooklyn and then hijacked a car in a getaway attempt — and he clutched his black kitty for dear  Read more

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