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Friday, March 22, 2019

Weekend Art Events: March 22-24 (Pan Asia Sounding Festival, SuperSymmetry, “Under the Gun” Screening...

There are a handful of musical events happening this weekend that you won't want to miss out on! From performances at the Pan Asia Sounding Festival to Jonathan Toubin's 12th anniversary of Sound Clap and...

Another Body Found In Water By Brooklyn Army Terminal; Police Release Images Of Tattoos...

SUNSET PARK - A second body was discovered floating in the water by the Brooklyn Army Terminal over the weekend, just days after an unidentified man's body was found in the vicinity. At approximately 7am...

Industry City Maker Spotlight: Rich Brilliant Willing

SPONSORED:  “We believe in the power of light to create atmosphere, that light has a profound influence on shaping the way we feel.” That’s how Theo Richardson describes the guiding principle behind the work of...

Gambino Crime Family Associate Charged With Murder

Anthony Pandrella, an associate of the Gambino crime family that organizes crime activities in NYC, was indicted for allegedly shooting his friend of many years, throwing out the evidence, and stealing from the deceased...

Decomposed Body Found In Water By Brooklyn Army Terminal

SUNSET PARK - Police found a badly decomposed body floating in the water by the Brooklyn Army Terminal yesterday morning. At approximately 11:15am on Wednesday, March 13, police responded to a call in the vicinity...

Weekend Art Events: March 15-17 (Caribbean Film Series, Rhythm of Dance, Youth Wing Comic...

We may have lost an hour in daylight savings, but there's no need to lose out on the weekend! Hear how Andrew Zurica became a successful restauranteur while enjoying food from Dekalb Market Hall,...

Tensions Run High Over Proposed Middle School in District 20

BAY RIDGE - About 50 residents of Community Board 10 (CB10) gathered last night at Bay Ridge’s PS 264 auditorium for a presentation of a middle school to be built in school District 20 (D20)....

Briefly Noted: The Best of Brooklyn Chinatowns, Industry City Rezoning, Measles and More

Eater put out its Ultimate Guide to Chinese Food in NYC - Everything to know about the Chinese food renaissance in the city right now - and it is soooo good. Here are...

FIT Makes the Brooklyn Army Terminal a Fabulous Spot For Learning

The Brooklyn Army Terminal is officially fabulous. This spring, the Fashion Institute of Technology, New York’s famed school for aspiring fashion-industry workers and entrepreneurs, is offering seven dynamic courses at the Brooklyn Army Terminal that...

Woman Flashed On R Train, Teen Boy Kissed And Groped On B Train Platform

BARCLAYS CENTER/SUNSET PARK - Police are looking for the man seen in the below video in connection to a forcible touching incident that occurred at the Atlantic Avenue/Barclays Center subway station earlier this year. At...

Fearing Federal Funding Cuts, City Focuses On Counting All Brooklynites In The 2020 Census

BROOKLYN — Five Brooklyn neighborhoods lead the nation in underreported census tracts in 2010, and New York City officials hope they can convince all residents regardless of their status to be counted next year. At stake are...

Meet Brooklyn’s Latest Heroes Helping Neighbors In Need – Sergeant Heart, Masbia, Catholic Charities...

BROOKLYN HEIGHTS - Borough President Eric Adams honored a sergeant and four organizations for their work, hoping people get inspired and encouraged to give back just like these organizations and individuals did. “This diverse group of...

Mrs. Maisel would approve: A retro bungalow getaway in Westchester

Pine Lake Park summer community offers lakefront tennis, basketball, family entertainment and relaxation under 1 hour from NYC Group tour by appointment March 31, 2019, rain date April 7. If “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” reminded you...

Weekend Art Events: March 8-10 (Ladies First Dance Party, Frida Kahlo Pop-Up Library, Immigration...

Escape the cold by learning something new this weekend! There are various events and discussions throughout the borough to satisfy any interest. Celebrate International Women's Day with a dance party at Littlefield or with...

Heated Meeting Between Carranza And District 20 Parents Over Admissions Changes to Specialized High...

By Christina Veiga, Chalkbeat. Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza was cut off by a chorus of boos. He faced about 100 parents Wednesday night at a town hall in southern Brooklyn’s District 20 — the epicenter of...
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