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Crown Heights: A Kings County Supreme Court judge slapped a controversial mixed-use development with a temporary restraining order on April 17, after local anti-gentrification advocates claimed the developer used every  Read more

Bedford-Stuyvesant: A 6-month-old baby that died a year ago in his Bedford-Stuyvesant home was murdered, according to the Medical Examiner’s office, which announced the findings of a year-long investigation on  Read more

After picking up a 300-unit apartment development site at Pacific Park last year, the Brodsky Organization is expanding its footprint at the long-delayed mega-complex with another 859-unit site next to  Read more

Update: the press release, at bottom, indicates 258 units of affordable housing--which was announced in March, actually--but otherwise adds no insight.Brodsky Organization doubles down on Pacific Park complex wrote the New  Read more

Earth Day Celebration at Prospect Farm

Saturday, April 27th, 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Prospect Farm invites the community to join its annual Earth Day party.

Activities for all ages will include spring  Read more

MTA workers found a dead man on the subway tracks at a Brooklyn L-train station on Monday night, police said. A straphanger spotted the man on the tracks and pulled  Read more

The Brooklyn Paper reports that Brooklyn Bridge Park honchos have revealed plans for a replacement for the twice cursed Squibb Park Pedestrian Bridge (photo, C. Scales for BHB), AKA the  Read more

Things got down and dirty in a Brooklyn courtroom Monday when the judge and defense lawyer got into a debate — over what to call a dildo at trial. Judge  Read more

The cooking supply store Whisk will shutter their Williamsburg, Brooklyn location at the end of April, owner Natasha Amott has told Gothamist. During lease renewal discussions, Amott says Whisk’s landlords  Read more

Two cops blew off an EMT’s request for an escort into the blood-soaked Brooklyn apartment where an ax-wielding man nearly decapitated a woman and injured another, leaving one victim’s young  Read more

A woman was found dead in a Cypress Hills hotel Saturday morning. Read more. Read more

Canarsie: A plan to make Canarsie streets safer is speeding along. Read more. Read more

UPDATED, 4:49 p.m., April 23: Another Brookland Capital property is changing hands as the prolific Brooklyn real estate company grapples with a host of financial troubles. Spruce Capital has acquired  Read more

Williamsburg: Police arrested a man they suspect of brutally murdering one woman and seriously injuring another with an axe at his Flushing Avenue apartment in the early hours of April  Read more

Downtown: Police are looking for a man they suspect of robbing two women inside a Downtown bank on Fulton Street last week. Read more. Read more

A pregnant woman was killed and her friend was repeatedly stabbed early Saturday in a Brooklyn public housing complex, and police said both women were attacked by an ax-wielding suspect.  Read more

Crown Heights: Cops are hunting for a pair of young punks wanted for allegedly robbing teenage boys amid a string of subterranean heists in Crown Heights on April 17. Read  Read more

Boerum Hill: Members of Community Board 2’s Land Use Committee voted in favor of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plan to tear down Atlantic Avenue’s House of Detention to make way  Read more

Last week was the best week of the year so far for Brooklyn’s luxury market, as the borough saw 18 contracts signed for a total of about $53.6 million. The  Read more

The mother of a Brooklyn woman killed in a subway tragedy in Union Square remembered the 21-year-old aspiring actress as an “amazing, beautiful” person who died after “a bad day  Read more

Hundreds of protesters marched across the Brooklyn Bridge April 19 to demand that Gov. Andrew Cuomo reject a plan to build a massive oil pipeline off the Coney Island coast.  Read more

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