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Wednesday 9/26 Book Launch: Stray by Tanya Marquardt — in convo w/ Wei Tchou @ powerHouse Arena (28 Adams St), 7pm-9pm, more info Thursday 9/27 Ed Center Open Hours @  Read more


After running amok in a subway station in the Bronx this past weekend, filming for the upcoming Joker movie (no, not one of the FOUR Joker movies in the  Read more

If you’ve already fallen behind on your restaurants-you-want-to-try list, this season will not make it any easier to catch up. And that’s a good thing. This fall we will finally  Read more

#Incredible Views, #Awesome Earth Read more

Friends of the Carroll Gardens Library will be hosting a big book sale at our local branch at 396 Clinton Street on November 3rd, from 10am to 3pm. The group is  Read more

Tastes of Brooklyn is hosting its 5th culinary food crawl through Carroll Gardens and Cobble Hill this coming Saturday, September 29th from 2-6 pm.  Sample food and drinks at some of  Read more

Once you dive into the strange world of county committees, it’s really hard to climb out. [ more › ] Read more

National Lobster Day falls on September 25 this year and two of the city’s most popular lobster joints are celebrating by making it cheaper than ever to indulge in the  Read more

Click to enlargeWell, some real estate "news" is pretty hard to distinguish from advertising. Consider this 9/19/18 New York Post article, Brooklyn penthouse aims to shatter neighborhood record:A four-bedroom penthouse at  Read more

It's a lot better than the low-attendance Islanders, that's for sure. Former First Lady Michelle Obama's book tour for her memoir, Becoming, is selling out arenas across the country, with  Read more

Crown Heights: Political newcomer Zellnor Myrie, who stunned some Brooklyn Democrats with an impressive primary-election win over sitting state Sen. Jesse Hamilton, joins an all-new episode of Brooklyn Paper Radio  Read more

Class Action: A plan to desegregate middle schools in Park Slope and its surrounding neighborhoods that city officials signed off on last week will most dramatically shake up the student  Read more

A Transit Authority bus driver plowed his bus through a Crown Heights apartment building on September 21, injuring himself and five other people. Read more. Read more

With Albany struggling to get it done statewide, a dogged Brooklyn pol says he’ll introduce legislation requiring New York City pet shops to sell only cats and dogs sent from  Read more

Fixing the BQE: It was a dream come true for Brooklyn Paper editor-in-chief Vince DiMiceli, who got a chance to see just how decrepit the BQE really is — or  Read more

Soon you can just kick your old electronics to the curb. Read more. Read more

Brooklyn multifamily investor Jonas Equities has purchased another building in the borough. The company purchased a six-story, 121-unit apartment building at 2355 East 12th Street for $31.9 million, according to  Read more

More than four years in the making, the comprehensive plan for Bushwick, a community-driven effort launched to address the neighborhood’s rapid gentrification that includes a mass rezoning scheme, was unveiled  Read more

This year's Carroll Park Fair exceptionally took place in September this year because its original date in May got rained out. The delay worked out perfectly, though.  Saturday's weather could  Read more

The Brooklyn luxury market saw just eight contracts signed last week, split between seven houses and one co-op. The properties sold for about $23.6 million overall and went for an  Read more

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