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"If they lock these gates, we will cut them open again tomorrow, because we serve the people. Who do you serve, Mr. Mayor?" [ more › ] Read more

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Juneteenth Protest

Friday,  Read more

  Summer is a good time to mark things off your bucket list. And this summer, with concerts and festivals canceled, record unemployment, and many work from home mandates extended  Read more

The chains were cut off of three gates at Midwood’s Kolbert Playground with an angle grinder. Read more

So, is the NBA is coming back in the Orlando "bubble" on July 31? Unclear.It's gotten qualified support from Dr. Anthony Fauci, a leading member of the White House as  Read more

#Landscape, #Beautiful Planet Read more

A gate at a closed Williamsburg playground was welded shut Monday to keep out those who repeatedly cut the lock to get in during the coronavirus shutdown — only for  Read more

The block bearing Bedford-Stuyvesant’s massive Black Lives Matter mural will become a pedestrian-only plaza for the duration of the summer, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Monday. “Fulton Street in Brooklyn will share  Read more

Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that the Bed-Stuy block will be pedestrians-only all summer, and the city is "working with the MTA to coordinate nearby transit." [ more › ]  Read more

The Black Lives Matter

protests in Kensington and Windsor Terrace have updated their schedules.

At these peaceful, family-friendly, anti-racism protests, protesters are following COVID-19 guidelines for face

covering and social distancing.  Read more

Two Catholic priests and a trio of Orthodox Jews are suing Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo — accusing them of an “unprecedented abuse of power” in shuttering  Read more

Brooklyn’s luxury market is inching its way back to normalcy: It just had its second week in a row of seven sales, the most since the pandemic started. Deals that  Read more

#Earth Views, #Earth Love Read more

After a long search for space, Goodwill has renewed its 30,800-square-foot lease for its highly trafficked workforce development hub in Downtown Brooklyn. The long-term deal provides options for the nonprofit  Read more

Related halts payments to Hudson Yards EB-5 investors, The Real Deal reported 6/10/20:Related Companies, one of the EB-5 program’s biggest proponents, is halting payments to such investors in Hudson Yards  Read more

Thousands of protesters — all dressed in white — gathered in Brooklyn on Sunday afternoon to rally in support of the black transgender population. An enormous sea of people packed  Read more

Volunteers spread yellow traffic paint into letters 28 feet tall, spanning a 375-foot-long stretch of Fulton Street in Restoration Plaza. [ more › ] Read more

#Nature Blog, #Earths Beauty Read more

The latest Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park Construction Update (bottom), covering the two weeks beginning Monday, 6/15/20, was circulated Friday, 6/12/20 at 12:35 pm (lead time) by Empire State Development (ESD) after  Read more

If you are thinking of starting professional therapy, you might be overwhelmed by the sheer number and types of therapeutic

The post How to Pick the Right Therapy with Jayme Albin,  Read more

#Scenaries, #Beautiful Planet Read more

#Earth Porn, #MotherNature Read more

Brooklyn will get a giant Black Lives Matter mural similar to the one painted in yellow in downtown Washington, DC. Artists, elected officials and others joined in painting the words  Read more

Update, June 15, 2020: The HABs have spread further. Their extent is now described as "Widespread or Lakewide." On May 27th, June 2nd, and June 8th, it had been described  Read more

Caddies got clubbed on wages at Southampton’s swanky National Links of America, a course favorite of Wall Street billionaires, according to a federal lawsuit filed in Brooklyn. Read more

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