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Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2018

Bridge ‘Park’: The developers of two polarizing towers at Pier 6 in Brooklyn Bridge Park unveiled a new website hawking luxury apartments inside the taller 28-story high-rise, dubbed Quay Tower, even though a judge is still deciding whether the pair of buildings can go up at all. Comment
Prospect Heights: They stepped in resistance to his s---. Comment
Prospect Heights: Honchos at an influential landmarks-advocacy group are throwing their weight behind a grassroots scheme to protect more than 80 century-old apartment buildings in Prospect Heights, according to a local spearheading the preservation initiative. Comment
Greenpoint: A local drag queen took to the altar of a Greenpoint church on Sunday to read stories to a crowd of youngsters, defying gender and religious norms to remind the kids that they can be anything they want when they grow up. Comment

Think twice: Library hosts second annual philosophy night

Event: Marx your calendar! Comment
Dining: A native Italian opened a vegan and vegetarian eatery in Park Slope that puts a healthy twist on some of her favorite red-sauce staples. Comment

Monday, Jan. 22, 2018

Go There Now While You Still Can: It won’t be a community staple for long. Comments (7)
Awesome: A shower-on-wheels will start rolling across Brooklyn next year, giving homeless locals a private place to bathe — a basic privilege that will help empower their efforts to get off the streets, according to the beep. Comments (5)

Note-passing fiend swipes green from Boerum Hill bank

Boerum Hill: Cops are searching for a crook who stole cash from a Flatbush Avenue bank on Wednesday, just days after a string of robberies at three other North Brooklyn banks. Comment

Twisted sisters: ‘Ladyweirdo’ show celebrates freaky females

Nightlife: They are letting their freak flags fly! Comments (1)

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