This Week In Brooklyn: Shocking Workouts, Pickles Found, Chisholm Honored & More

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A visit to Japan Village at Industry City, Saturday, Dec. 1 (Photo: Nathan Haselby)

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Prospect Heights: Improvements Promised At Winterfest Following Feedback From Unhappy Families

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Crown Heights: Rent Party For Weeksville Heritage Center’s Hunterfly Road Houses

Williamsburg: Anti-Semitic Attack in Williamsburg Targets 11-Year-Old Boy

Midwood: Midwood Flooded Over The Weekend

Ditmas Park: Another Church Looking For A Developer – Flatbush Presbyterian Church Is On The Market

Williamsburg: High Flying Water Tower Bar Opens Above Williamsburg

Brooklyn Heights: Brooklyn Heights Association Presents Alternate BQE Plan To DOT

Bay Ridge: Gounardes Announces His Transition Team

Ditmas Park: Pickles And Violet Run Away and Find Each Other – A Tale of Two Dogs

Sheepshead Bay: Sheepshead Bay Gym Shocks Its Patrons

Brooklyn Heights: ‘The Voting Line Was So Long That I Just Got Here’: Brooklyn Residents, Officials Talk State Voting Reform

Dyker Heights: Ten Of The 18 Public Advocate Hopefuls Came To A Forum in Dyker Heights

Brooklyn-wide: Brooklyn Congressman Hakeem Jeffries Is The New Democratic Caucus Chair

Bensonhurst: Italian-Americans Welcome Neighbors With Open Arms At Il Centro

Crown Heights: Brooklyn’s First Dog Policy Meeting Challenges Off-Leash Rules

Brooklyn-wide: Two Brooklyn Council Members Introduce Two Separate Bills For Basically The Same Thing

Bed-Stuy: Man Who Defaced Union Temple Facing 25 Years For Hate Crimes

Prospect Park: Suspect Arrested and Charged in Prospect Park Rape Case

Ditmas Park: Merchants Take Down Signs As Panic Over Fines Sweeps City

Brooklyn-wide: Citi Bike Announces $100 Million Expansion Following Acquisition By Lyft

Sheepshead Bay: Historic Church Burns in Sheepshead Bay [VIDEO]

Brighton Beach: Swastika Discovered at Brighton Beach Library

Prospect Heights: Some Unhappy Winterfest Customers Receive Refunds While Others Left Out In Cold

Brooklyn Heights: Brooklyn Historical Society Presents “Muslims In Brooklyn” Next Week

North Brooklyn: Five Hot Chocolate Spots in North Brooklyn

Coney Island: City Paints Squiggly Lines Along Neptune Avenue

Central Brooklyn: Cuomo Announces Developers for 2,700 Units of Affordable Brooklyn Housing

Gowanus: DEP Proposes Tunnel As Alternative To CSO Tanks For Gowanus Superfund

Flatbush: City Announces Shirley Chisholm Monument Near Prospect Park

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