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#Earth Love, #Planet Earth Read more

A grass-roots group is pushing to stop the city from putting armed cops in schools — even after the Texas massacre that left eight students and two teachers dead. The  Read more

Rhymes with Crazy: Will parents ever stop putting their kids in plastic bubbles? Read more. Read more

The K2 zombies were back in force at Brooklyn’s “Zombieland” Saturday night. More than two dozen people overdosed on the dangerous synthetic marijuana — in the same Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood plagued  Read more

A Brooklyn doctor whose life was “destroyed” after he was wrongly swept up in an insurance-fraud investigation is suing the city and the District Attorney’s Office for $75 million. “It  Read more

Tomorrow (Sunday, May 20th) beginning at 4:00 PM, if you go to the corner of State and Henry streets, you may enjoy the ninth annual “4th Window Concert.” This year’s  Read more

A man was gunned down on a Brooklyn street Saturday morning, cops said. The unidentified victim, 36, was shot multiple times in the chest at 7:45 a.m. on Decatur Street  Read more

The “Glassbarge” and the canal schooner Lois McClure (photo) are docked at Pier 5, Brooklyn Bridge Park through Memorial Day, May 28. They will be open for tours every day  Read more

Recently, the Association for Neighborhood & Housing Development (ANHD) released the 2018 edition of their annual housing risk chart, How is Affordable Housing Threatened in Your Neighborhood?As the organization explains,  Read more

In Our Backyard: A Documentary on Sex Trafficking in Brooklyn   Read more

Community Board 12 Board Meeting

Tuesday, May 22nd, 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.


Board 12 (representing Kensington, Borough Park, and Midwood) will hold its next meeting

on Tuesday, May 22nd, from  Read more

The state Democratic Party will likely pass a resolution at its convention next week to support a primary against rogue Brooklyn Democratic state Sen. Simcha Felder, who caucuses with the  Read more

Because you are not brave enough to clench your tuchus on social media, check out today’s end-of-day links: Brooklyn barber tosses customer, Rudy Giuliani tries shouting, NYC languages, John McCain  Read more

AB Capstone’s Meir Babaev is the majority buyer of two of New York REIT’s retail properties for $30.5 million. Babaev, along with a partner, purchased 1100 Kings Highway and 2067  Read more

Apart from the absence of 2/3 service in either direction at Clark Street and at the 2/3 platforms at Borough Hall, which the MTA tells us will end at midnight  Read more

A crazed straphanger pushed another man into the path of an oncoming train at a Brooklyn subway station Friday afternoon, according to officials and a witness. The victim was walking  Read more

Council Member Stephen Levin, in whose district the facility will be built.Michael DeLoach, DEP Deputy Commissioner of Public Affairs and CommunicationsAlicia West, DEP Director of Public Design OutreachRH-03, the 2.4  Read more

Not to fear, it’s not a guitar contest. Organized by NYC Consumer Affairs, “shred Fest is a free paper-shredding citywide event that aims to increase public awareness about identity theft  Read more

It’s our weekly ranking of the city’s most important restaurants. Read more

Are you relatively new to this bustling metropolis? Don’t be shy about it, everyone was new to New York once upon a time, except, of course, those battle-hardened residents who’ve  Read more

So, former Forest City Ratner/Forest City New York MaryAnne Gilmartin, whose new company L&L MAG has a service contract to represent Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park, wants to see Site 5 built.Of  Read more

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