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Saturday, May 25, 2019

Weekend Art Events: May 24-26 (DanceAfrica 2019, Coney Island History Project, Memorial Day Concert...

There are a handful of indoor and outdoor events throughout Brooklyn this Memorial Day weekend. Dance the night away at a silent disco at The Well or celebrate Memorial Day with a concert featuring The...

NY Health Proudly Announces Three New Urologists

New York Health Welcomes the arrival of three highly skilled urologists: Dr. Iván Colón, Dr. Brent Yanke, and Dr. Edward Zoltan. They will be accepting new patients at 175 Remsen Street, Suite 1225, Brooklyn,...

Building Life-Long Memories at Summer Camp

With less than two months away from summer, you may have started thinking about your kids' summer plans. Ideally, you want them to reduce their screen time, spend time outdoors, and have fun with...
ballet for all kids

Weekend Art Events: May 17-19 (Fabulous Fifth Avenue Fair, Craft in Focus, Old First...

This is the perfect weekend to spend exploring Brooklyn! With great weather and even greater events, there's something going on this weekend that the entire family can enjoy. Catch a special screening of Paris...

Brooklyn Bombshells Lose To Bronx Gridlock In A Tough Roller Derby Match

The Brooklyn Bombshells are not your stereotypical women. They are tough roller derby skaters who have built themselves into a rough and tumble team, empowering women with that Brooklyn swagger that says, “don’t mess...

Heated Exchanges As Senators Listen To Brooklynites On SHSAT Exam

DOWNTOWN - Friday night saw nearly two hundred people turn up for to voice their opinion on the future of the now-controversial SHSAT exam at the Youth and Community Speak Out on Equity, Diversity,...

Cumbo and City Councillors Oppose Mayor’s Proposed Cuts to Senior Clubs

BROWNSVILLE - Mayor Bill de Blasio’s 2020 executive budget calls for cuts to senior clubs, including the consolidation of what are considered underutilized NYCHA senior clubs, in a move that Councilwoman Laurie Cumbo vowed...

The Future of Housing Affordability in New York City

Like many other regions across the United States, New York City is in the midst of a housing crisis, in which one-third of the city’s residents spend more than half of their income on...

Weekend Art Events: May 10-12 (New Dawn Fades, Sediment, Daedalus Quartet & More)

May flowers have officially sprung from April showers in Brooklyn! Spend some time outside this weekend strolling around Ditmas Park as part of the Twilight Stroll on Cortelyou. There are also a variety of...

Stop what you’re doing. Poke is what’s new and hot in Sheepshead Bay

Whether you’re a self-proclaimed foodie or just someone who is looking for a good meal, Sheepshead Bay’s newest culinary experience “Poke Stop” will stop you dead in your tracks. Literally. The first of its...

A Teacher Transitions, And Aims To Make A Difference In Education And For Transgender...

EAST NEW YORK - When the eleventh graders at Achievement First East Brooklyn High School came to their biology class last November, their teacher had an announcement to make – something very important and...

See you tomorrow – Only Brooklyn!

Join TerraCRG tomorrow as we host our 9th Annual Only Brooklyn Real Estate Conference in partnership with MNS Real Estate. You’ll hear from the most active players in Brooklyn commercial real estate through a...

Ramadan Kareem! Here’s What You Need To Know About The Holy Month

It's that time of year again. Ramadan, the holiest month in Islam, is beginning in just a few days (Sunday, May 5 or Monday, May 6 depending on when the new moon is sighted)....

Industry City Spotlight: ARV Sweets and Hana Kitchens

Over the past six years, Industry City has become a dynamic environment for new and established businesses to thrive in South Brooklyn. Together, the more than 500 companies that now call the property home...

Weekend Art Events: May 3-5 (Look + Listen Festival, Pop Culture Walking Tour, PAFPicnic...

Start the summer early with a variety of outdoor Brooklyn events such as a Fort Greene pop culture walking tour or the Church Avenue Street Fair. If you're looking to stay indoors spend some...
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