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If you want to guarantee a spot on Santa’s “Nice” list, shop our local merchants on Montague Street this weekend during American Express’ Small Business Saturday, November 25th. Businesses  Read more

Tomorrow, November 23, Thanksgiving Day, there are no planned cancellations, route diversions, or station skips directly affecting service at any local stations, although trains will be running on Sunday schedule,  Read more

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The Eagle reports that “health and education officials” are trying to publicize the availability of “medical treatment and financial compensation” under the Federal “Zadroga Act” for people who have suffered  Read more

Once again, this coming weekend — 10:45 PM Friday, November 17 to 5:00 AM Monday, November 20 — apart from the absence all weekend of 2 and 3 train service  Read more

The Eagle reports that the Montague Street Business Improvement District wants a footbridge to connect the Promenade near the foot of Montague Street (photo) to Brooklyn Bridge Park. The BID  Read more

This Friday evening, November 17 at 8:00, Bargemusic will present violinist Leonid Sushansky (photo) and pianist Carlos César Rodríguez, who will play works by Dvorak, Manuel De Falla, Mendelssohn, and  Read more

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Gustav Mahler (1860-1911) was an Austrian composer who is regarded as the last great symphonist in the Germanic tradition. He was born to a Jewish family, but converted to Roman  Read more

This Friday evening, November 17, from 5:00 to 9:00, is the next “Free Friday” at the Brooklyn Historical Society. Admission is free. Beer is donated by Brooklyn Brewery; you’ll be  Read more

Cobble Hill community activist Judi Francis has alerted us to another, and probably final, court hearing tomorrow, Tuesday, November 14, on the action brought by the Brooklyn Heights Association to  Read more

The Danish Seamen’s Church, 102 Willow Street (just south of Clark) will hold its annual Christmas Market on Saturday, November 18 from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Shop unique scandinavian  Read more

Correction: The UniFair is on December 2, not this Saturday. The First Unitarian Church, at Pierrepont Street and Monroe Place, will have its 40th annual UniFair! on Saturday, December 2,  Read more

Once again, this coming weekend — 10:45 PM Friday, November 10 to 5:00 AM Monday, November 13 — apart from the absence all weekend of 2 and 3 train service  Read more

On Friday evening, November 10, at 8:00, and again on Saturday evening, November 11, at 8:00, Bargemusic will present internationally renowned guitarist Paul Galbraith (photo), playing works by Haydn, Scriabin,  Read more

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On the night of November 9-10, 1938 Nazi-inspired gangs rampaged through German, Austrian, and German occupied Czech cities and towns, trashing Jewish owned businesses, synagogues, and houses, and murdering many  Read more

Some city parks were built to replicate rustic fields and preserve serene woodland. Brooklyn Bridge Park, however, was not—and that’s precisely why it has become so popular. In a round-up  Read more

Tomorrow, Tuesday, November 7, is election day for city offices, including Mayor, Comptroller, Public Advocate, and City Council, for State Senator, and for Borough President and Kings County District Attorney..  Read more

NY1 and other outlets recently reported on a pre-Hallowe’en crime at the corner of State and Henry Streets. Though the incident took place on Oct. 28, local news reported  Read more

This Thursday evening, November 9 at 6:30, the Brooklyn Historical Society presents famed food writer, restaurant critic, and Brooklyn native (née Miriam Solomon) Mimi Sheraton, who will “reflect on her  Read more

The P.S./M.S. 8 PTA presents a Night to Celebr8 Reading this Tuesday, November 7th from 6:oo – 8:00. The good folks at Superfine (126 Front Street in DUMBO) are  Read more

(Video after the jump) Walt Whitman Park, located just across Cadman Plaza East from Cadman Plaza Park (see map is having a 120 minute cleanup tomorrow (Sunday, Novembr 5) morning  Read more

The neighborhood news blog-o-sphere got a lot smaller today. Readers attempting to peruse DNAinfo or Gothamist earlier this evening received a rude awakening. As reported by the New York  Read more

Once again, this coming weekend — 10:45 PM Friday, November 3 to 5:00 AM Monday, November 6, apart from the absence all weekend of 2 and 3 train service (meaning  Read more

On Friday evening, November 3 at 7:00, at Bargemusic, violinist Johnny Gandelsman will perform Part I and at 9:00 Part II of J.S. Bach’s complete solo sonatas and solo partitas  Read more

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The Wall Street Journal reports that Florida based private equity firm Kayne Anderson has bought 21 Clark Street, better known as the Towers Hotel, from the Watchtower Tract and Bible  Read more

The next step in the litigation brought by the Brooklyn Heights Association to prevent construction of two high rise residential towers near Pier Six and the Atlantic Avenue entrance to  Read more

This Saturday from 12:00 – 4:00 pm is Family Fun Shopping Day at the P.S./M.S. 8 Book Fair. Choose from a broad selection of publications for kids of all  Read more

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