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A cheeseburger, a craft beer, and a Japanese horror flick about Dracula? We’re into it, guys. If you haven’t yet dropped by Alamo Drafthouse on a Tuesday, you might not  Read more

The city is keeping the pressure on illegal hotel operators. New York City announced three new lawsuits against operators in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens, Curbed reported. It’s the first case  Read more

Update via Brooklyn Paper: "The newly combined company will be known as Schneps Community News Group and will have a total printed weekly circulation of more than 300,000 copies, a  Read more

Changing Brooklyn: Ditmas Parkers are mourning what remains of a century-old neighborhood church that a developer started bulldozing after city preservationists rejected locals’ initial push — and subsequent appeal —  Read more

Coney Island: Kings Countians came together for memorials across the borough to honor those lives lost 17 years ago. Read more. Read more

Downtown: Some fashionable fiend snatched a woman’s wallet aboard a subway inside Borough Hall station on Sept. 1 and used the victim’s credit card on a pricey shopping spree later  Read more

The Ride: Who made the Cyclones the Cyclones this season? Click and read to find out! Read more. Read more

Books: It’s a reader’s paradise! Read more. Read more

Fearless Parenting: This week, Stephanie pleads with everyone to just say “Hello” to one another. Read more. Read more

Politics: Brooklynite and former Fort Greene Councilwoman Tish James, now the Democratic nominee for New York State Attorney General, was just one of the self-described progressives who won big in  Read more

On Friday evening, September 14 at 8:00, Bargemusic will present Tokyo to New York, a concert of contemporary music by Tokyo-based and New York-based composers, performed by Thomas Piercy (photo)  Read more

From Brooklyn Historical Society – announcing three upcoming book talks this month: “Each book talk takes a deep dive into complex and underexplored stories including how a youth football team  Read more

A Brooklyn teen admitted Wednesday that he stabbed his father to death in 2015 but said he did it following years of sexual and physical abuse. Hassan Razzaq confessed to  Read more

  What we buy and where we buy it matters. The success of online protest campaigns like #GrabYourWallet proves that people care about where their money is going, and how  Read more

UPDATE: The meeting will be held on Thursday, September 20th, from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.


66th Precinct Community Council Monthly Meeting

Thursday, September 13th, 7:00 p.m.  Read more

Emergency crews were searching for a person trapped in rubble following a wall collapse at a Brooklyn construction site Wednesday, officials said. A construction worker at the site became trapped  Read more

What a sap! Bad-boy chef Adam Harvey turned down a no-jail plea deal Wednesday for allegedly committing arborcide on a neighbor’s maple tree, as his attorney blasted the Brooklyn district  Read more

Monday night, Sept. 17, is the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards Ceremony, which is big news if you are my mother, who is a perfectly normal person if you can look  Read more

First responders are currently rushing to rescue a construction worker believed to be trapped in debris from a wall that collapsed in Sunset Park earlier this afternoon. [ more  Read more

Straight from the Photoville website: “For its seventh edition, Photoville will present work by more than 600 artists in 90 photography exhibitions & outdoor installations, providing an accessible venue for  Read more

Maddd Equities’ latest purchase is a storage facility in Clinton Hill. The company, along with its frequent partner Joy Construction and Cayre Equities, purchased 235 Park Avenue in Brooklyn for  Read more

Google isn’t just snapping up chunks of New York City and the Bay Area, it’s also starting to rebrand neighborhoods. And it seems U.S. lawmakers aren’t the only ones looking  Read more

Community Board 7 Monthly Public Meeting

Wednesday, September 26th, 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

The regular monthly board meeting of Community Board 7, representing Windsor Terrace and Sunset Park, will be held  Read more

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