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#Awesome Earth, #Beautiful Views Read more

Some residents along the Brooklyn Heights Promenade could be forced from their homes during at least some of the years-long Brooklyn Queens Expressway repairs, city officials said on Friday. The  Read more

A teenager was fatally shot in the head at a Brooklyn basketball court Friday afternoon, authorities said. The 16-year-old boy, whose identity has not yet been released, was at the  Read more

Tishman Speyer is launching sales at its 57-story tower at 11 Hoyt Street. The 481-unit project — which is rising on the site of a Macy’s parking garage — is  Read more

He survived the Holocaust — but died crossing the street. A 90-year-old man who was killed by a car in southeast Brooklyn on Thursday night was a Holocaust survivor who  Read more

MTA Chairman Joe Lhota never seems all that upset about disrupting the subway commutes of millions of New Yorkers, but threaten to take away his fancy walkway, and he’s up  Read more

Parents and even teachers at a Brooklyn performing arts school were shocked to learn Friday that the school can no longer audition prospective students under the district’s new diversity plan.  Read more

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

A panhandler allegedly stabbed a man in the neck for refusing to give him a dollar in Brooklyn Friday morning, witnesses and police said. A panhandler known in the area  Read more

Gowanus: A tractor-trailer filled with dry ice flipped over on a ramp connecting the Gowanus and Brooklyn–Queens expressways on Friday morning, injuring one person, according to a Fire Department rep.  Read more

Carroll Gardens row houses and a crop of apples.Sure feeling like fall here in the neighborhood, isn't it? Read more

Prospect Heights: Debris plummeted from above inside Atlantic Terminal station on Friday morning, forcing Metropolitan Transportation Authority officials to suspend 4- and 5-train service in both directions, and leaving irate  Read more

Chunks of a rotted subway station ceiling collapsed on a train platform in Brooklyn — snarling train service during the Friday morning rush. Video posted to social media shows the  Read more

An MTA bus crashed into a Brooklyn building Friday morning, authorities said. The B45 bus was making a right turn when it slammed into the building on Ralph Avenue near  Read more

Hundreds of Brooklyn residents packed the auditorium of PS 133 in Boerum Hill on Thursday evening to voice their opposition to the City’s proposed expansion of the Brooklyn Detention Complex.  Read more

One person was injured after an MTA driver crashed an “empty bus” into a Brooklyn building on Friday morning, authorities said. UPDATE: FDNY now says six people sustained minor injuries  Read more

Just a reminder that the popular Carroll Park Fair is taking place tomorrow, Saturday September 22nd, from 10 am to 5 pm.The fair is hosted by Friends Of Carroll Park and is  Read more

Home sellers in New York City cut prices on almost 800 listings in one week in September, which is the highest amount of price cuts in at least 12 years.  Read more

St. Paul's Episcopal Church at 199 Carroll Street will be holding a mini kids-themed flea market in its courtyard this Saturday, September 22, from 10 AM to 3 PM. There  Read more

Immigration and Customs Enforcement deported a Brooklyn woman who has lived in the U.S. for three decades to Mexico on Tuesday night, without giving her family members any notice.   Read more

Last year 2 Dope Queens took the leap from podcast to TV, and the HBO episodes were such a hit, they’re recording a second season December 4 and 5. Hosts  Read more

#Incredible Views, #Earth Love Read more

I have an article at The Bridge today on the compromise announced yesterday on the 80 Flatbush project, a modest 12.5% cut in scale. From the article, headlined A Little off  Read more

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