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Click on graphic to enlarge. Graphic by Ben Keel.Click on graphic to enlarge. This is post-dated to stay at the top of the blog. It will be updated as announced  Read more

Imprisoned ex-pol John Sampson is taking his sweet time shelling out his $75,000 fine following his corruption conviction — so prosecutors are asking a judge to order it be pulled  Read more

Meet Amoni Brown: she’s a self-titled “Jane-of-all-Trades” with an associate’s degree in Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology, and she’s currently enrolled in the online BS in Business degree program at the CUNY  Read more

Breast Cancer Awareness: Bellevue Hospital Center’s workforce of experts is steering the institution to new heights. Read more. Read more

Breast Cancer Awareness: The staff at the hospital’s Center for Cancer Care and Blood Disorders is at the cutting edge. Read more. Read more

This Friday evening, October 20, from 5:00 to 9:00, the Brooklyn Historical Society will open its doors to all for its monthly Free Friday. This month’s theme is “Lost Brooklyn”:  Read more

A hotel with 194 rooms is on its way to Coney Island. Read more

A wheelchair-bound lawyer has filed a $1 million suit against the city, claiming they’ve failed miserably in making a Brooklyn courthouse accessible to him and others with limited mobility. Personal  Read more

The Parkoff Organization has been discriminating against black renters at one of its buildings in Midwood, a new lawsuit claims. Read more

The Down-Low is our round-up of stories in our neck of the woods as well as other curiosities all over Brooklyn. 29-Year-Old Former Investment Banker Challenges Yvette Clarke For District  Read more

Fourteen people, including four firefighters, were injured after a Brooklyn apartment building caught fire early Monday morning, a spokesperson for the FDNY said. [ more › ] Read more

Rye: so hot right now. As the grain regrows in prominence in the culinary world, so too is that growth mirrored in the spirits industry, where rye whiskey is rising  Read more

Prospect Park Alliance invites all local ghosts and ghouls to the 38th Annual Halloween Haunted Walk and Fair! Taking place Saturday, October 28, this much-anticipated annual event brings thousands of  Read more

Alternate side of the street

parking regulations--normally in effect on weekdays and Saturdays so

that streets can be cleaned--will be suspended this Thursday, October 19th, for Diwali.

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  DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN—Growing up, Asmau Ahmed was on a quest to find her mother a proper skin foundation to cover her scars. No product they tried came close enough to  Read more

The NYPD has been working hard to get guns off the streets of Brooklyn this October. In the first half of the month, precincts have been tweeting out pictures of  Read more

Half of the people arrested for turnstile jumping in Brooklyn in 2016 were young black men between the ages of 16 and 36, according to a new report from the  Read more

The lead singer and creative lifeforce behind the psychedelic boom-bap future funk of Hiatus Kaiyote, Nai Palm is a rare talent in the multiverse we all occupy and it’s our  Read more

BROOKLYN – October 29 marks the five year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy hitting New York City. The powerful storm caused the deaths of 43 New York City residents—seven fatalities were  Read more

Another Monday morning, another mess for the MTA. Signal and mechanical problems on the subway led to massive delays and service problems, delaying commuters across the city. Canarsie bound L  Read more

The distraught father of the driver who left a woman to die inside a burning car on the Brooklyn Queens Expressway last week is searching for answers, and has deemed  Read more

Bronstein Properties is adding to its large New York rental portfolio with its pending purchase of 456 Grand Street in Williamsburg for $43.3 million. The site is currently owned jointly  Read more

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