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A Kurt Vonnegut extravaganza in Bushwick, the Black Flags over Brooklyn anti-fascist metal fest, the ultimate Elvis tribute party in Staten Island, and so much more! [ more › ]  Read more

Community Board 12 Public Meeting

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


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

its monthly public meeting tonight, Tuesday, January 22nd,  Read more

Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman and his wife both showed up to the notorious Mexican drug lord’s drug-trafficking trial Tuesday wearing wine-colored velvet blazers. Guzman walked into Brooklyn federal court wearing  Read more

Gowanus: The city will host a public meeting on Feb. 6 to update Gowanusaurs on the latest rezoning plans for their neighborhood, more than six months after officials first released  Read more

I have an op-ed in today's New York Daily News headlined The billion-dollar Belmont bad bet: A new arena will compete with Nassau's county-owned Coliseum. Here's the start:A new, $1.18 billion arena  Read more

There's a new health center at 38 Sixth Avenue, the Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park tower at the southeast corner of the Barclays Center, but the same questions I raised 7/20/17 as  Read more

Police are searching for a man who masturbated in front of other passengers on a Brooklyn subway and then lit a cigarette before getting off the train. The suspect was  Read more

Police on Monday rearrested a suspected sex fiend who escaped from Homeless Services cops on Saturday afternoon, authorities said. Jose Bisono escaped from the cops as they were transporting him  Read more

Theater: Hair! Flow it, show it — long as God can grow it! Read more. Read more

It’s full-steam ahead for the city’s subways. The MTA has increased — and even eliminated — the speed limits on numerous rail lines around the city amid an effort to  Read more

Class Action: Administrators at an elite Dyker Heights private school must show public support for its students of color and condemn racism on campus, a group of pupils demanded after  Read more

A Brooklyn councilman is putting the heat on Mayor de Blasio to reassign a fifth firefighter at all Big Apple engine companies, saying the city should stop cutting corners at  Read more

January dreariness has finally settled over Brooklyn. Looking forward to spring, and more vibrant colors around the neighborhood. Read more

The Gowanus Canal Community Advisory Group will host its regularly scheduled meeting regarding the Canal's Superfund clean-up this Tuesday, January 22, 6:30 pm at Mary Star of the Sea Senior  Read more

He shattered the record for most expensive home sale ever in Chicago and has spent a not-so-small fortune amassing a huge South Florida estate. Now billionaire Ken Griffin is making  Read more

As Brooklyn’s residential inventory continues to swell, another developer is planning a housing project in the borough. Big Apple Developers pre-filed an application with the Department of Buildings to turn  Read more

Two Brooklyn cops turned a blind eye to a gun dropped by a fleeing robbery suspect, allowing a passerby to abscond with the firearm — and now the officers have  Read more

Crown Heights: Cops cuffed a man for molesting, robbing, and attempting to rape a woman after she boarded a 4 train in Crown Heights. Read more. Read more

Changing Brooklyn: The developers building two luxury towers on a vacant Jay Street lot they bought years ago from the Jehovah’s Witnesses revealed new renderings and a website for the  Read more

An elite Brooklyn private school is under fire for fostering a “trend of hatred,” after a video circulated online showed two female students wearing blackface, while grunting and making ape  Read more

Winter seems like a good time to hibernate, the perfect time to stay home and read books, catch up on shows and let all your muscles atrophy, but studies show  Read more

Changing Brooklyn: City preservationists green-lit a developer’s proposal to build a fence separating the swanky tower it is building on part of Cobble Hill’s old Long Island College Hospital campus  Read more

Today, we make way for Gowanus resident  J. Moccasin Walker here on PMFA. Walker  (his nom de plume) contacted us a few weeks ago to make us aware of a  Read more

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