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There are currently more than 100 wrongful conviction cases under review in Brooklyn. In HuffPost Originals mini-documentary, "Stolen Time," Alyona Minkovski talked to three men whose lives were upended by  Read more

FAB on Fulton Street sent in their fall lineup (and announces the last bash of the summer on Aug. 31): a series of events outside in the public spaces of  Read more

Brooklyn played for pride on Sunday night, after being eliminated from playoff contention the night before, notching a come-from-behind victory over the Crusscutters in series finale. Read more. Read more

Al Di Meglio’s new restaurant brings southern Italy to South Williamsburg with dry-aged meatballs and decadent clam pizzas. Read more

An Ithaca College student from Brooklyn was stabbed to death in an early-morning brawl on Cornell University’s campus. Anthony Nazaire, 20, was killed and another student suffered non-life threatening injuries  Read more

An Ithaca College student from Brooklyn was fatally stabbed after a large fight broke out at the Cornell University campus last night. [ more › ] Read more

Downtown Brooklyn’s City Point development is being plagued with delays from its retail tenants. After learning that Alamo Drafthouse won’t be opening this August, Trader Joe’s has pushed back its  Read more

 

Spike Lee took a break from hosting Prince block parties to host a Michael Jackson block party in Bed-Stuy in honor of what would have been the King Of  Read more

 

Spike Lee took a break from hosting Prince block parties to host a Michael Jackson block party in Bed-Stuy in honor of what would have been the King Of  Read more

Sadly, the temperatures are dropping and fall is approaching, despite the city’s bold and welcome endorsement of the Summer Forever movement. Still, if fall must come, at least it brings  Read more

  

Five years ago, Hurricane Irene made landfall in Coney Island at 8:45 a.m. on Sunday morning That weekend, New York York’s state and city officials ordered hundreds of thousands  Read more

An elderly Brooklyn man was clinging to life Saturday evening after being hit by an unlicensed driver in Borough Park, authorities said. The 67-year-old victim was crossing 43rd street between  Read more

Via YIMBY: current view in Greenpoint, house at leftA 7/5/16 post by New York YIMBY, Landmarks Approves Restoration Of 218 Guernsey Street, Greenpoint, discusses the 1870-era home in Greenpoint's historic  Read more

Safety comes second on Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn, where concrete barriers designed to aid pedestrians are being destroyed to make way for giant West Indian Day Parade floats. This week,  Read more

Brooklyn committed four errors and connected on just five hits in Saturday’s loss to the Crosscutters, officially eliminating the squad from playoff contention. Read more. Read more

Stranger danger is a myth, writes our columnist, so you don’t have to spend $400 on that tracking device. Read more. Read more

Join Luisa Noelle Howell, a certified personal trainer and yoga guide, at Brooklyn’s own Cat Cafe at 149 Atlantic Avenue, between Henry and Clinton, tomorrow (Sunday, August 28) morning at  Read more

A Brooklyn teen who was shot at by police 16 times in 2013 after cops claimed he was threatening them with a BB gun is suing the NYPD, arguing that  Read more

A man was found dead at the beach on Coney Island Saturday morning, police said. The 45-year-old victim, who was fully clothed, was spotted lying in the sand by a  Read more

THE COMMUTE: Renovation of the Ocean Parkway Station is nearing completion. The MTA contracted Railworks Transit (subcontractor- Oliviera Contracting) to perform the work including structural concrete repairs, repairs to  Read more

Check out news from around the other neighborhoods in Brooklyn: Kensington mosques and residents unite against islamophobia. [Ditmas Park Corner] Theater Review: ‘Murder at the Food Coop’ boasts neighborhood’s horniest  Read more

100 feet of blight on Dean (2 of 5 parcels said to be blighted)In the memorable words of academic Lynne Sagalyn, blight is "when the fabric of a neighborhood is shot to hell."And that  Read more

100 feet of blight (actually, 2 of 5 parcels said to be blighted)In the memorable words of academic Lynne Sagalyn, blight is "when the fabric of a neighborhood is shot to hell."And that  Read more

Movie Night: The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1974)

Thursday, September 1st, 9:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.

The 6 train has been hijacked. Four armed men are holding passengers and the  Read more

Brooklyn only needed one run to grab a much-needed victory and make it back to the .500 mark, taking down the Crosscutters in the series opener on Friday night. Read  Read more

The probe of Brooklyn DA Ken Thompson’s funny lunch-money habits was sparked by a February 2015 story in The Post about the personal errands he assigned to members of his  Read more

Dinner under the Stars

Friday, September 9th, 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Join the lively Kabbalat Shabbat and Maariv services at Flatbush Jewish Center, followed by a

catered shabbat dinner. (The theme  Read more

Warning: Graphic language Almost everyone involved in the crazy subway cricket chaos was in on it — except for the crickets. A Brooklyn actress claims she was the woman who  Read more

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