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Standing O: Two Kings County justices traded their gavels for guitars during a special St. Patrick’s Day performance at a Canarsie senior center. Read more. Read more

Standing O: Local jurists hosted members of the Zeta Phi Beta sorority for a question-and-answer session. Read more. Read more

Standing O: An information session sponsored by Maimonides Medical Center’s Heart and Vascular Institute showcased the signs and symptoms of women’s heart disease. Read more. Read more

Because the ‘Forrest Gump’ sequel would have been bonkers, check out today’s end-of-day links: FuckJerry lawsuit, Jared Kushner loves WhatsApp, Fall Out Boy sued by Brooklyn marionette maker, ‘Deadwood: The  Read more

Renowned Arizona pizzeria Grimaldi’s is finally opening up an outpost in Brooklyn, in an extremely iconic location the pizza-loving among you will surely recognize: 1 Front Street in DUMBO. [  Read more

A partnership including Tomas Rosenthal’s Hampshire Properties has acquired a massive site on the Williamsburg waterfront from Con Edison for $50 million, according to sources familiar with the deal. The  Read more

It’s a puppet llama drama! A Brooklyn marionette maker is suing popular emo band Fall Out Boy, claiming the group is “exploiting” two “wearable llama puppet sculptures” it made for  Read more

I don’t trust robocars and you can’t make me. This was true before a self-driving Uber hit and killed a woman as she crossed the street last year, and has  Read more

Crown Heights: Cops are hunting for the scumbag who sucker punched a woman in broad daylight on a Crown Heights street. Read more. Read more

Power Women: Schneps Media celebrated the borough’s most influential women at its annual Power Women Awards and Networking Event at Grand Prospect Hall on March 14. Read more. Read more

#Nature, #Incredible Views Read more

Police are searching for a man who attacked a woman seemingly at random on a Brooklyn sidewalk earlier this month. [ more › ] Read more

It’s not often that East Coasters have an opportunity to see the very funny comedians Natasha Leggero and Moshe Kasher perform live, so if you’re free on Friday you should  Read more

Saturday is the end of Purim, the joyous Jewish holiday involving costumes, lots of drinking, and hamentaschen. If you missed out on this year’s celebration and want to get in  Read more

On Sunday, find yourself some elastic-waisted pants and get ready to eat your heart out– there are food-centric events happening all over Brooklyn and if you pace yourself, you might  Read more

The East Village location of vegan restaurant VSPOT is out to find the best plant-based burger in the city, and you can reap the benefits and influence the rankings by  Read more

So many new things are opening in Red Hook. Red Hook Lobster Pound (not new) will unveil a remodeled space next month. The much-anticipated Hometown Tavern, which will feature the  Read more

Brooklyn Museum is staging a night of shorts by local filmmakers to close out Women’s History Month by examining the emotional tentacles and thorny bits that get caught up in  Read more

This is the fourth of five articles regarding the 3/15/19 meeting of the Atlantic Yards Community Development Corporation (AY CDC), set up to advise the parent Empire State Development (ESD).  Read more

Children's Programs

Starting on Tuesday, April 2nd, two children's programs formerly offered at

Windsor Terrace Library will be resuscitated at other locations while the library is being renovated.

"Toddler Time with Miss  Read more

Mean Streets: Southern Brooklyn civic leaders must advocate for more dedicated bike paths in the area, according to local cyclists, who claimed the leaders of local community boards routinely thwart  Read more

Fearless Living: This week, our Fearless columnist tries to break the bubble she sometimes finds herself in by attempting to build new relationships with residents and volunteers at a local  Read more

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