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BOERUM HILL – Though it’s been in the works for years, it seems the impending closure of Hank’s Saloon, the flame-emblazoned dive bar and music venue on the corner of  Read more

Just like the holidays, The Real Deal’s December issue is right around the corner! A must read for anyone in the industry, the magazine is packed with the most timely  Read more

WILLIAMSBURG – Like any good holiday meal, the message was one of home, of welcome, and of family. But for those enjoying the dinner, “home” was a journey, and their  Read more

SUNSET PARK – After more than 20 years, Renee Giordano is stepping down from her position as Executive Director of the Sunset Park 5th Avenue Business Improvement District (SPBID). “After  Read more

NORTH BROOKLYN – Twenty-one schools in North Brooklyn will receive grant money this year to support school-determined initiatives ranging from science and tech to literacy and the arts, courtesy of  Read more

CONEY ISLAND – The NYPD is requesting the public’s assistance in identifying the man seen in the video below in connection to a purse snatching earlier this month. At approximately  Read more

SHEEPSHEAD BAY – The police are searching for the man seen in the photos below in connection to a recent burglary in Sheepshead Bay. At approximately 12:05pm on Saturday, October  Read more

UPDATE 11/17/17: Mr. Hampton has returned home safely   CROWN HEIGHTS – The New York City Police department is asking for help with a Silver Alert, trying to locate 85-year  Read more

Drawing of the building from The Brooklyn Eagle, November 21, 1897The Hans S. Christian Kindergarten at 236 President Street todayDrawing of the building from The Brooklyn Eagle, November 21, 1897Carroll Gardens  Read more

SHEEPSHEAD BAY – The NYPD is requesting the public’s assistance in identifying a group of people in connection to a shooting outside of a TGI Fridays Restaurant in Sheepshead Bay  Read more

The 2017 Brooklyn Podcast Festival continues through Sunday, and one of the most popular live recordings on the slate has added a second Friday night show after the first one  Read more

Fans of local history and booze can scratch both itches this Saturday at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, where BLDG 92 and Kings County Distillery are teaming up for a Whiskey  Read more

Illustration by Loveis Wise Illustration & Designs For the second year in a row, New Women Space, a progressive co-working and event space that we profiled here, is partnering  Read more

MIDWOOD – Police are looking for a man wanted in connection with two incidents of forcible touching on a B9 bus last month in Midwood. Around 3:00 pm on Thursday,  Read more

Photo courtesy of Snug Harbor The Judson Memorial Church, a spiritual mainstay of Greenwich Village, has cemented itself as a sort of patron of the arts within the community.  Read more

We love dark comedy, but this Tuesday at Union Hall promises to get a little more existential than your typical stand-up show. Dark Spots will feature comedians like Dina Hashem  Read more

If you are sticking around town on Thanksgiving Eve, make a night of it and head over to Threes Brewing for Dance-giving, an awesome dance party that will bring you  Read more

RED HOOK – About 30 parents, local business owners, and representatives of the Urban Assembly Harbor School gathered at P.S. 676 The Red Hook Neighborhood School, along with State Senator  Read more

BROWNSVILLE – Police are looking for two men who flashed a badge and a gun before robbing a man of his cash, all while pretending to give him a ride  Read more

While Thanksgiving may be about savory eats, what would the holiday meal be without a delicious pie or two (or more)? If you’re running short on time, or don’t have  Read more

If you’re far away from friends and family on Thursday but want a traditional turkey dinner and some company, the Alamo Drafthouse is screening Martin Scorsese’s The Last Waltz, the  Read more

BUSHWICK – After identifying a body found in a Bushwick backyard last month as Daniel Rivera, police have now officially ruled his death a homicide. The body of Rivera, 41,  Read more

Learn about programs, schools and classes throughout Brooklyn for your preschooler at A Child Grows’ 2s and 3s Festival. Featuring a performance by Lucy Kalantari, more live music, raffles, and  Read more

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