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It’s a school of hard knocks for the faculty, but seemingly a breeze for students who want to skip class. The staff at Progress HS for Professional Careers in Williamsburg,  Read more

Police on Saturday evening were grilling a suspect in connection with the savage ax attack in a Brooklyn apartment that left one woman dead and another critically injured. Read more

A Brooklyn woman was dragged by a train — then struck by a second — on Saturday morning inside Union Square station, police said. Read more

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One woman was killed and another was critically hurt Saturday morning by a suspected ax murderer inside Brooklyn apartment — all while a little girl was in another room, police  Read more

Now that the New York Islanders have made it to the second round of the playoffs, the home games will be, as planned, at the Barclays Center rather than the  Read more

Books: Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks for April 20. Read more. Read more

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The greenmarket at Bartel-Pritchard Square will be open from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Sundays, starting on May 5th and ending on December 22nd. The Sunday hours are in  Read more

A person was stabbed near Prospect Park in Brooklyn on Friday afternoon, authorities said. EMS responded to an address on President Street, near the eastern side of the park in  Read more

A Brooklyn judge refused to lock up a gang member who got caught with a loaded, stolen revolver — and set the teen free with orders to write a report  Read more

Alternate side of the street parking (street cleaning) regulations will be suspended from Thursday through Saturday, April 25th through 27th, for Holy Thursday (Orthodox), Good

Friday (Orthodox,) and Passover (7th  Read more

Event: Plan your activities for Earth Day in Prospect Park (observed on April 28). Read more. Read more

Event: These tours make history a walk in the park. Read more. Read more

Bushwick: State politicians must enact so-called universal rent control, protesters demanded at a march in Bushwick Thursday. Read more. Read more

Brooklyn’s outdoor drinking enthusiasts had quite a scare yesterday, after rumors began circulating online that Gowanus Yacht Club had quietly set sail for the dive-farm upstate. Thankfully, however, reports of  Read more

Following Amazon’s dramatic reneging on a deal to open a new corporate campus in Queens, another Content Giant is rolling into town, with its eye on those sweet tax credits:  Read more

Sheepshead Bay: Police are hunting for a would-be burglar who attempted to break into two Bedford Avenue homes in Sheepshead Bay on March 23. Read more. Read more

Williamsburg: Cops are searching for a teen who stole a kid’s Hoverboard on Marcy Avenue on April 3. Read more. Read more

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

The man arrested for bringing cans of gasoline, lighter fluid, and butane lighters to St. Patrick’s Cathedral is a philosophy PhD student at CUNY, and also taught classes at Lehman  Read more

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