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As families come together at Thanksgiving to celebrate what they have and are thankful for, it’s an important time to turn our minds to those less fortunate in our community.  Read more

BROOKLYN BOROUGH HALL – Theatre of the Oppressed NYC will present Apartment Complex, a play that addresses the struggles many New Yorkers face in finding and securing safe and affordable  Read more

A couple of years ago, right before Thanksgiving, I ran the Coney Island Sports Foundation’s 5K Turkey Trot along the boardwalk. OK, it was more like a few years ago.  Read more

BED-STUY – Police are looking for the man who stole cash and cigarettes from a 7-Eleven store on Fulton Street earlier this week. Just before 3:00 am on Tuesday, November  Read more

CROWN HEIGHTS – At a City Council land use subcommittee meeting on Tuesday, November 21, Council Member Laurie Cumbo (District 35) announced that a modified agreement for the controversial Bedford-Union  Read more

GREENPOINT – A Greenpoint couple recently launched a Facebook page to warn their neighbors about an irresponsible dog owner and his dangerous dog that viciously attacked their pet last month.  Read more

CONEY ISLAND – This Thanksgiving, the Coney Island community is doing all they can to make sure no one goes hungry. Every year for the last 20 years, local   Read more

BROOKLYN – What kid doesn’t like to cozy up in comfy pajamas with a good book? You can help lots of little ones across Brooklyn do just that by donating  Read more

PROSPECT LEFFERTS GARDENS – A new restaurant is coming to PLG on December 1, with the opening of Caribbean Social, which bills itself as an upscale, modern “restalounge” and social  Read more

The Down-Low is our round-up of stories in our neck of the woods as well as other curiosities all over Brooklyn. Bensonhurst Brothers Cornered the Online Market for Appliances and  Read more

BOROUGH HALL – Politicians, teachers, art historians, feminists, futurists and more turned out to speak on the role of public monuments in New York City. The Mayoral Advisory Commission on  Read more

COBBLE HILL – Brooklyn’s Digital Arts & Cinema Technology High School (284 Baltic Street) was recently awarded a $5,000 grant from IMAX as part of the company’s second annual student-made  Read more

If you’re not the busy parent of an independent tween or teenager the genius of giving your child a debit card might not be immediately evident to you. But I  Read more

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman released an open letter today addressed to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai, in response to Pai’s op-ed announcement of its plan  Read more

Not sure what to get loved one, friends and colleagues for the holidays? Leave it to BKLYNER to highlight places in the neighborhood. Whether they are the yogi  Read more

BAY RIDGE – On November 7, Justin Brannan won the race for City Council in New York’s 43rd District. It was one of the few truly contested seats in  Read more

“Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Elaine Duke announced her decision to terminate the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) designation for Haiti with a delayed effective date of 18 months to allow  Read more

BROOKLYN – Thanksgiving is two days away! Too busy to plan a homemade Thanksgiving dinner? Don’t like to cook? Kitchen too small to prepare a turkey feast? No worries. There  Read more

FLATBUSH – The NYPD is requesting the public’s assistance in locating two brothers in connection to the shooting death of a 20-year-old college student over the summer. At approximately 11:30pm  Read more

PROSPECT PARK SOUTH – The NYPD is searching for the two men seen in the photos below in connection to the robbery of a variety store over the weekend. At  Read more

FORT GREENE – Last November it was announced that Apple was planning to open a second Brooklyn outpost at 300 Ashland Place, steps away from BAM, Atlantic Terminal, and the  Read more

Today, the Food Bank for New York City released a new study that shows Brooklyn has the highest rate of food security of all five boroughs. The report, titled “Trade  Read more

Every week, hundreds of our hungry neighbors will wait in line outside of CAMBA’s Beyond Hunger Emergency Food Pantry as they wait to receive a few bags of nutritious food  Read more

CONEY ISLAND – A group of Coney Island gangsters have been indicted in a slew of crimes spanning the last six years, which include murder, racketeering, witness tampering and robbery.  Read more

PARK SLOPE – SkyIce Thai Food & Ice Cream hosted its second annual Brain Freeze Ice Cream Eating Contest Saturday afternoon, pitting nine contestants in a race to see who  Read more

The NYPD is asking for help locating two missing persons, one from Coney Island and one from East Flatbush. Coney Island Lorena Puebla, a 15-year old girl from Coney Island,  Read more

PARK SLOPE – City Employee Nilsa J. Lopez, an off-duty School Safety Agent, was arrested for assault in Park Slope at 8:00 pm on Friday, November 17. The 50-year old  Read more

BAY RIDGE – Congressman Dan Donovan of 11th Congressional District (CD11) held Coffee Talk – a town hall meeting this past Saturday afternoon at Fort Hamilton High School’s cafeteria in  Read more

CLINTON HILL – The NYPD are searching for a suspect involved in a car chase in Clinton Hill Saturday afternoon that left a trail of destruction and eight people injured.  Read more

BAY RIDGE – As of this morning, journalist Ross Barkan is not the only Democrat challenging State Senator Marty Golden’s (R, District 22) seat in next year’s elections. Attorney Andrew  Read more

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