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Thursday, November 15, 2018

Teenagers Arrested For Drawing Swastikas in Brooklyn Heights

BROOKLYN HEIGHTS - Two teenagers have been arrested and charged after drawing swastikas on residences in Brooklyn Heights last week, police confirmed. Jarrick Wiltshire, 18, and Daul Moultrie, 17, both turned themselves in and were...

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...

The Barnacle Parade: Red Hook Residents Remember Hurricane Sandy

RED HOOK - The Red Hook community held the 5th annual Barnacle Parade on Monday, October 29 to commemorate the sixth anniversary of Hurricane Sandy. The Barnacle Parade was launched by a group neighbors in...

6 Years After Sandy, Brooklyn Still Vulnerable To Storms

Hurricane Sandy slammed into New York City six years ago Monday, causing 43 deaths and $19 billion in widespread devastation from which the city has yet to completely recover. For many residents of southern Brooklyn...

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,...

The Barnacle Parade Returns To Commemorate 6th Anniversary Of Hurricane Sandy

RED HOOK - The fifth annual Barnacle Parade returns on Monday, October 29 to commemorate the anniversary of Hurricane Sandy flooding the streets of Red Hook. Despite the tragedy and destruction caused by the storm in...

CB6 Land Use Committee Rejects Developer’s Proposed Rezoning Of 41 Summit Street

COLUMBIA STREET WATERFRONT DISTRICT - The PS 15 auditorium was packed Thursday evening for the Brooklyn Community Board 6 Landmarks & Land Use Committee meeting where a public hearing was held for 41 Summit Street. A developer...

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...

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...

Red Hook Community Farm Receives $25,000 NYS Grant

RED HOOK - On the corner of Columbia and Sigourney streets, directly across from Ikea, lies land filled with crisp produce sprouting from the soil. Hip-hop music plays faintly in the background as community...

Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead: “As Much About Theater As It Is About Shakespeare”

RED HOOK - The Cave Theater Company wasn’t planning a site-specific production of Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead when they arranged to perform Tom Stoppard’s 1966 comedy at the Waterfront Museum in Red Hook....

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...
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