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Thursday, November 15, 2018

Give Where You Live this Giving Tuesday – #BrooklynGives

Instead of unloading your bank account on Black Friday or Cyber Monday, consider participating in Giving Tuesday—the world’s biggest day of giving—this November 27th! And it’s never been easier to support nonprofits right here in...

Weekend Art Events: November 16-18 (Brain Freeze, The Wizard of Oz, Jack White &...

It's the weekend before Thanksgiving! In the spirit of giving during Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, there are two "Empty Bowls" events happening this Saturday in which local ceramic artists create and sell bowls...

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...

Wednesday Crime Blotter: Robbery in a Borough Park School, Thrown Down in Brownsville &...

BOROUGH PARK - Police are looking for a burglar who broke into a private school in Borough Park late last month. The incident took place around 5:30 pm on Saturday, October 27, police said, at...

Basements to Rentals in East New York, The Last Italian Record Store in Bensonhurst...

Following a string of anti-Semitic crimes last week and a racist attack this week, allegedly white supremacist graffiti was spray-painted in North Brooklyn, as well. A mother is in handcuffs after an abandoned infant was...

Experience the High Life: From A Brooklyn Point of View!

SPONSORED: 40,000 square feet of world-class amenities, breathtaking New York City views, and impeccably designed interior spaces. All of the qualities you look for in a magnificent home are offered to you at Extell Development’s Brooklyn...

Rafael Espinal Announces Public Advocate Bid

EAST NEW YORK - City Councilman Rafael Espinal officially announced his bid for New York City Public Advocate on Tuesday, while Councilman Kalman Yeger is working to abolish the position. Yeger said he'd introduce legislation on Wednesday,...

This Week In Brooklyn: Election Day Messes, A New Target, Cat Rescuers & More

Keep up with what’s going on in the neighborhood all week — follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and subscribe. If you have news tips, story ideas, or questions, email us at editor@bklyner.com. Don’t forget to take this week’s BKLYNER...

The Weekly News Quiz: November 9, 2018

Think you know all about Brooklyn news? Try this week's news quiz and see how well you’ve kept up with all the coverage on BKLYNER! If you’re reading BKLYNER regularly, consider becoming a subscriber—you can keep...

The Lives Of Brooklyn Cat Rescuers – A New Documentary

BROOKLYN - There are over 500,000 cats living in NYC, with the majority of them calling Brooklyn their home. "It's a total uphill battle. If every cat has six kittens and every kitten has six...

Veterans Day Parade & Reminders

The annual Veterans Day Parade will be held on Sunday, November 11, at 11 am - in Madison Square Park. The parade goes north on Fifth Avenue, from 26th to 46th Street. This year...

Industry City Maker Spotlight: Fodera Guitars

The current incarnation of Industry City, Sunset Park’s manufacturing and technology hub, may have taken root in 2013, but some tenants of the complex have been there longer than that. In the case of Fodera...

Friday Crime Blotter: Arrests Made After City Point Shooting, Assault on the Streets of...

DOWNTOWN - Two individuals have been arrested and charged after the shooting death of Carlton Spencer at the City Point Target store on Wednesday night, police announced. After an altercation that began outside made its way...

Weekend Art Events: November 9-11 (Red Hook Open Studios, The TIDE Film Fest &...

Red Hook artists and makers are opening their doors to visitors this weekend while the Fall edition of The Other Art Fair takes place in Greenpoint. The TIDE Film Festival debuts on Friday and...

Borough President, Local Pols Call For Investigation, Reforms Following Voting Delays

After an election day marred by long lines, malfunctioning ballot scanners and confused poll workers, Brooklyn politicians have set their sights on serious election reform. This morning, Borough President Eric Adams took to the steps...
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