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Today St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church, at Clinton and Montague streets, was made a Pro-Cathedral of the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island. As a Pro-Cathedral, it will serve  Read more

I wish I could have gotten a better photo of what I consider to be a magnificent building, but the lighting and shadows were against me, as was a bit  Read more

photo by Faissal aka Md. Halim

Stargazing

Thursday, September 20th, 7:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.

Back by popular demand. Stargazing Thurs., Sept 20,

starting  Read more

Senator Simcha Felder has been painted by some as a traitor for being a Democrat who sits with the Republicans, but voters do not seem to care. Read more

Brooklyn gentrification is an age-old hot-button issue. But lately, it’s not just about interlopers displacing established communities — brownstone neighborhoods are up in arms over looming towers threatening their gardens  Read more

That is all…. UPDATE: But not open today (Sunday) and likely not tomorrow (Monday). Get your slice on Tuesday.   Read more

Unmentioned in the Barclays Center September 2018 events calendar circulated to neighbors, a newly announced (if not booked) event should fill many seats in the arena on the morning of  Read more

A 28-year-old man shot dead during a fight on a Brooklyn street early Saturday was a member of the violent Trinitarios gang, police sources said. The victim, whose name was  Read more

Thirsty teens at a Brooklyn high school were so grossed out by the water dribbling out of their old drinking fountains they raised $5,000 for a new bubbler and bottle  Read more

The man who punched an EMT worker in Brooklyn called 911 on himself that day because he was drunk, prosecutors said at his arraignment Saturday. Hussain Maqubool, 43, allegedly socked  Read more

Bosses at a Brooklyn-based Jewish nonprofit allegedly fired a nonreligious employee for refusing to wear a yarmulke, the former staffer claims in a federal suit. Avraham Hartman, who was born  Read more

When he began his career in law enforcement, he was the perfect cop — an ex-military man who threw himself into his new job on street patrol for Brooklyn Heights’  Read more

The Brooklyn Women’s Exchange, 55 Pierrepont Street (between Hicks and Henry), has re-opened following its customary summer break, occasioned by the fact that it is staffed by volunteers (disclosure: your  Read more

It’s a precinct with a past — a place of low crime but its share of troubled cops. Downtown Brooklyn’s 84th station house, where ex-detective and accused prostitution ringleader Ludwig  Read more

A man was shot in the back after a fight in Brooklyn early Saturday, police said. The unidentified 28-year-old was on Grant Avenue near Fulton Street in Cypress Hills when  Read more

Eleven years ago, when Council Member de Blasio aimed at the 2009 Brooklyn Borough President race, he invited bloggers to a Park Slope coffee shop. Asked about affordable housing, he proposed  Read more

Free Paper Shredding

Saturday September 22nd, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Protect yourself from thieves who want to steal your identity. Get your confidential and sensitive paper documents shredded for free at  Read more

Democrats flocked to the polls for Thursday’s primaries, but look who they elected: a state Senate candidate who couldn’t stop lying about her background and a former lawmaker who slashed  Read more

A former city principal who fled to Long Island after a troubled stint at a Brooklyn high school has been rehired by the Department of Education, The Post has learned.  Read more

The democratic socialist lied. And lied. And lied. Then she won handily in Brooklyn. Read more

A homeless man was arrested Friday for the drunken beatdown of an EMT worker who was attempting to treat him in Brooklyn, cops said. Hussain Maqubool, 43, was charged with  Read more

Alternate

side of the street

parking regulations will be suspended on Wednesday, September 19th, for Yom Kippur.

All other regulations, including parking meter regulations, will be in  Read more

An inmate tried to rape a female NYPD officer inside a Brooklyn courthouse on Friday — but the terrifying attack was thwarted by another defendant, police sources told The Post.  Read more

The rush is on for the city’s public advocate’s job now that Letitia James is expected to step down in 2019 to become state attorney general — and one of  Read more

Poll sites in multiple districts ran out of ballots, long lines to vote snaked around blocks in Brooklyn and elsewhere, and an untold number of people once again found their  Read more

NYC construction surpasses pre-recession levels Over 9 million square feet of new construction was completed in New York City in 2018’s second quarter, with 477 projects receiving a temporary certificate  Read more

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