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When everything went off the rails in March, we at Brooklyn Based had a discussion about the continued viability of our monthly Culture Essentials feature during a time when it  Read more

Outside B4, 18 Sixth Avenue, July 1A broad strike by concrete laborers across the city began yesterday at various construction sites, including pickets outside the B4 (18 Sixth Avenue) and  Read more

#MotherNature, #Landscapes Read more

Brooklyn’s history is full of surprises. Did you know that what we call Gravesend in the southern part of Brooklyn

The post Gravesend’s Beginning is Full of Surprises appeared first on  Read more

Alternate side parking (street cleaning) regulations and meters will be suspended on Friday, July 3rd, and Saturday, July 4th. Read more

A three-story building at 348 Court Street in Brooklyn collapsed Wednesday evening. The New York City Fire Department received reports of the crumbled structure at 5 p.m., according to a  Read more

"I just went out of my building to go to the car and saw the building collapse and a big storm of dust rise in its place." [ more ›  Read more

The Body Elite building at 348 Court Street at the corner of Union Street in Carroll Gardens collapsed at around 4:45 pm.Currently, the Fire Department and Police are on the  Read more

A Moment In Carroll gardens a few days ago.Together, but distanced.You can stay in contact with PMFA on Facebook and/or Instagram here. Read more

Not all coronavirus-impacted real estate deals need to go to court, after all. After the pandemic slammed the brakes on All Year Management’s sale of a 74-building, $346 million multifamily  Read more

Currently for Rent in Carroll Gardens July 1, 2020 Screenshot from Apartments.comIn the past few weeks, as New York City has been dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic, the sighting of moving  Read more

Urooj Rahman and Colinford Mattis were released from the Metropolitan Detention Center after a federal appeals court panel found a lower court made no error in initially releasing them on  Read more

  As of writing this article, Cuomo has not announced whether he will be pushing back Phase 3 reopening, but regardless, it may be a while until restaurants and bars  Read more

Before customers arrive, a million decisions must get made. Read more

What’s on your mind? Comment away! Read more

This more broadly confirms what I reported4 @CityLimitsNews in 2017 re #535Carlton @pacificparkbk #AtlanticYards more lower-income people apply4 income-linked #affordablehousing. So it's misleading 2aggregate number of applicants for a  Read more

#Mother Nature, #Explore Read more

Friday Night Services

Friday, July 3rd, 6:00 p.m.

Flatbush Jewish Center is

beginning its phased reopening for communal prayer.

Starting on July 3rd, Friday night services will be held in the outside  Read more

The bakery and cafe, which opened right before the pandemic hit NYC, also features nightly chicken dinners and guest chef meals. [ more › ] Read more

While Brooklyn restaurants turn parking spaces into makeshift seating areas, the restaurants of the Catskills and Hudson Valley are sprucing up patios and spreading out picnic tables in grassy fields.  Read more

Watch some videos of last night's fireworks displays, which took place off LIC and in Coney Island. [ more › ] Read more

Well, the Brooklyn Nets are on the back pages of the tabloids today, with the New York Post above the New York Daily News, at right, From the New York  Read more

Confirming a report first floated in Variety 5/28/20, Gov. Andrew Cuomo, in his press conference yesterday, declared that the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards will be held at the  Read more

#Earth, #Mother Nature Read more

#Beautiful Views, #Earth Views Read more

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