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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...

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...

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...

Restaurant News: Michelin Stars, Tiki Cocktails, Ice Cream & More

Congratulations to Claro (284 3rd Avenue) in Gowanus which just received a Michelin star! The year-old Mexican eatery will be included in the 2019 Michelin Guide New York City, making it the first restaurant in...

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...

Flatbush Man Killed in Shooting at City Point Target

DOWNTOWN - A man was shot and killed at the Target store in City Point last night, police confirmed. Around 11:15 pm on Wednesday, November 7, police received a call of a shooting at 445...

Two Film Festivals Focus On Diversity

DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN/DUMBO/FORT GREENE - Making its debut this weekend is The TIDE Film Festival, dedicated to films written, directed, and produced by filmmakers of color to "celebrate storytelling that represents a minority voice in Hollywood." Presented by...

Work Resumes On Brooklyn’s Tallest Tower, 9 Dekalb Avenue

DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN - The foundation work has begun on 9 Dekalb Avenue, a project that once completed will be Brooklyn's tallest tower at 1,066 feet. Construction crews have been spotted on the northern edge of the...

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...

Shirley Chisholm Honored For Service 50 Years Later

DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN— Members of the congressional delegation announced Monday, November 5, a bill to honor Shirley Chisholm, who 50 years ago was elected to Congress on this day. U.S. Representatives Hakeem Jeffries introduced bill H.R. 4856...

Work Begins At One Willoughby Square, A 34-Story Office Tower Across From City Point

DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN - Crews have begun work on the foundation and lower levels of One Willoughby Square, a new 34-story office tower rising at 420 Albee Square across from City Point, New York YIMBY...

Macy’s Downtown Brooklyn Celebrates Grand Reopening This Week

DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN - Following a three-year renovation, Macy's will celebrate the grand reopening of its "reconfigured" and consolidated Downtown Brooklyn store with a series of special events later this week. In 2015, Tishman Speyer purchased Macy’s...

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...

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,...
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