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Thursday, November 15, 2018

Winter Festival & Holiday Market Coming To Brooklyn Museum

PROSPECT HEIGHTS - With Thanksgiving fast approaching, it's time to start prepping for the holidays, and Winterfest at the Brooklyn Museum will help get you into the spirit. From Black Friday, November 23 through Monday,...

Community Board 2 Approves Street Co-Naming To Honor Notorious B.I.G.

CLINTON HILL - At a general board meeting Wednesday evening, November 14, Brooklyn Community Board 2 voted to approve co-naming St. James Place between Gates Avenue and Fulton Street "Christopher Wallace Way" in honor of...

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...

4th Graders Host Empty Bowls Event To Support Food Bank NYC

COBBLE HILL - Dozens of fourth graders at Success Academy Cobble Hill participated in the school's first-ever Empty Bowls fundraiser to help feed hungry New Yorkers. Students of Sarah Mallory's art class and members of...

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...

‘Mask’: David Dominique’s “Instantly Familiar And Wildly Unpredictable” New Work

PROSPECT HEIGHTS - A musician with deep roots in Brooklyn returns to New York City on Thursday (November 15) to celebrate the release of his latest album Mask. David Dominique was born in Queens and...

Why Is It So Hard To Compost, And What Happened To The Brown Bin...

BEDFORD-STUYVESANT - When she moved into her new apartment in Bedford-Stuyvesant in early October, 23-year-old Lila Rimalovski was disappointed that there was no composting program in place. In fact, she didn’t find trash in...

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...

Celebrate Diwali At Brooklyn Borough Hall & Park Slope YMCA

DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN - Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams is teaming up with Sadhana, International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON NYC), NYC Commission on Human Rights, and the Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs to host a...

Two New Apartment Buildings Planned For Park Slope

PARK SLOPE - Parlour, a twelve-story, 19-unit condo building currently being constructed at 243 4th Avenue, will launch sales next spring, Curbed reports. Located between President and Carroll Streets, just south of the Blink Fitness...

Bed-Stuy Man Shot to Death in Sumner Houses Apartment

BED-STUY - A man was shot and killed last night at the Sumner Houses in Bed-Stuy, police confirmed. Around 7:30 pm on Monday, November 12, police received a 911 call of a man shot inside 896...

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...

Katra Film Festival Sidebar Edition: Showcasing Work By Underrepresented Communities

DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN - Several years ago, when the novelty of streaming videos and movies made "Netflix and chill" the ascendant option for socializing, filmmaker Geoffrey Guerrero decided to kick back against the zeitgeist. "I...
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