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Thursday, November 15, 2018

Are you a Freelancer? How are you at Record keeping?

SPONSORED: Record keeping is an important part of being a successful freelancer. Doing freelance worker has its rewards as well as its hassles. While being able to work at home or a co-working space away from...

Tenants Face Eviction Before the Holidays, Hope Mayor Intervenes

  UPDATE: Nov. 13, 2018 The Legal Aid Society secured a temporary stay for 60 residents -- formally placed in the city's "cluster" housing program -- who are facing eviction. Attorney Sunny Noh is seeking that...

Ballot Scanners Down Throughout Brooklyn

BROOKLYN - Voters were in a well-deserved tizzy this morning around 9:30 am when all of the scanners at one Crown Heights polling site went down. A long line of voters was instructed to drop their ballots...

GOTV! Please Vote Tomorrow!

Election time is here! The General Election will be held tomorrow, November 6. Doors will be open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. If you are registered and eligible to vote, please do! Find out...

Brooklyn Podcasting Studio finds a New Home in Park Slope

SPONSORED: Sometimes the best businesses are the ones that never had any intention of being a business at all. T.J. Stone, the insanely talented comedic force of nature (Check Out his podcasts, they’re frighteningly brilliant) and...

A Republican Underdog In A Sky Blue District – Naomi Levin Thinks She Can...

WESTERN BROOKLYN - In emerald heels, Naomi Levin fought for votes during the morning rush. Commuters muttered “no”, and avoided campaign cards in her outstretched hand, yet she remained undeterred. “My polls showed that...

Why A News-Paper?

KENSINGTON-DITMAS PARK-FLATBUSH -  We at Bklyner mostly think of ourselves as internet people, and we’ve been bringing you news about various Brooklyn neighborhoods for almost a decade, online. But we keep hearing from our readers and advertisers...

School Boom Is Spilling Over Into Kensington

KENSINGTON - Boro Park’s booming Orthodox Jewish community is spilling over the borders of the neighborhood, bringing with it new religious schools and new tensions with neighbors at the sleepy end of Kensington. The big...

Aviator Sports Has Your Winter Covered With An Unlimited Monthly Skating Pass

Ice skating has been a winter pastime in New York City since 1858 when the first dedicated rink opened on a lake near 72nd Street in Manhattan. Its popularity has only grown since then. Well,...

Notorious Adult Home To Become A Homeless Shelter

DITMAS PARK - The grim red-brick Park Manor Home For Adults was a house of horrors before the New York State Department of Health finally forced it to close its doors in March of...

Toast of Brooklyn 11th Annual Wine & Food Festival

SPONSORED: Join us on November 10th at the 11th Annual Toast Of Brooklyn Wine & Food Festival at 55 Wythe Ave in the heart of Williamsburg, One Brooklyn’s most desirable neighborhoods. This year the festival...

R&B, Classic Rock and Broadway Tunes at the Kings Theatre

SPONSORED: No plans yet for this weekend? No worries, Kings Theatre has you covered. Whether it is R&B, classic rock or Broadway tunes.  There is something for everyone. Kings Theatre also offers the option to...

Prospect Park Alliance hosts the 39th Annual Haunted Walk + Fair

Prospect Park Alliance presents the 39th Annual Haunted Walk + Fair Also enjoy the official Prospect Park Halloween After Party: BKLYN BOO! at City Point in Downtown Brooklyn  SPONSORED – Prospect Park Alliance invites all local ghosts...

The Ballot Will Be Two Separate Pages In November, Expect Problems

For the first time, some New York City voters can expect to use two pages when they go to bubble in their ballots for the November 6 election. Twenty days before the general election Board of...

Ask a Contractor Series: Three Questions To Ask Your Contractor Before Starting Your...

SPONSORED: Getting a home renovated in NYC is very exciting. But, it is also incredibly complex. To help make sure your renovation is successful and as stress-free as possible, the team at Home Evolutions...
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