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- Goodbye, The Local. Hello, The Nabe May 15, 2013After four years of work in Fort Greene and Clinton Hill, this is the last week of publication at The Local. But there's a fresh start over at The Nabe.
- The Day: Citi Bike Memberships, Bike Basics and Credit Repair May 15, 2013In today's Fort Greene and Clinton Hill morning news wrap get info on Citi Bike, cycling classes and Council Member Letitia James' credit cleaning event.
- The Day: BAM for Kids and the Art of Brooklyn Film Festival May 14, 2013Get news about Fort Greene and Clinton Hill in our daily roundup, including the Brooklyn Academy of Music's summer slate of youth-oriented programs and the third annual Art of Brooklyn Film Festival coming to St. Joseph's College in Clinton Hill.
- The Day: Artisan Market, Pratt Exhibition and a Recording Studio May 13, 2013In today's daily post, you'll find news on the spring opening of the Fort Greene Artisan Market, a Pratt Institute student artwork display at a Gagosian Gallery in Manhattan and a new recording studio in the nabe.
- Crime Report: A Deli Theft, Unauthorized Bank Activity and Home Burglaries May 10, 2013In this crime report, locals told police that their belongings were stolen from cars and trucks, their homes were burglarized and their bank accounts were used in unauthorized ways. Also, disputes between significant others resulted in violence and robberies last week. The trend of robberies on the B38 bus continued last week, with another incident […]
- What to Do on a Spring Day in Sheepshead Bay March 28, 2015This post courtesy of Explore Brooklyn, an all-inclusive guide to the businesses, neighborhoods, and attractions that make Brooklyn great. North of Manhattan Beach and south of everything else in Brooklyn, this waterfront district is brimming with old-school Brooklyn character. Sheepshead Bay is named for a striped fish species that was once catchable in the adjacent bay, […]
- Friday Blogwrap: Bathtub Mystery Solved March 27, 2015Giant-Bathtub Mystery Solved: “Float Ventures, LLC” to Occupy Space Above Buschenschank [PMFA] Newkirk Avenue Fire Victims Have Been Begging for Repairs for Years [DPC] NYCHA Quietly Sold off Supplies Needed for Repair in Brooklyn [NYDN] Watchmaker Shinola to Open First Brooklyn Store at Empire Stores in Dumbo [Crain's] Controversial Bushwick Building CastleBraid Full of Helpful People [Bushwick Daily] South Williamsburg’s Newest […]
- Closing Bell: Subway-Inspired Performances at the Transit Museum March 27, 2015The Transit Museum is hosting its yearly “Platform” performances inspired by mass transit and urban development next week, where attendees can experience animation, dance, film and interactive art pieces. In a decommissioned subway station on Court Street, the Shakedown Dance Collective will perform “riffs on real-life NYC transit experiences collected from the general public” — including manspreading […]
- 305 Livingston Street — An Emissary From the Downtown Brooklyn That Was March 27, 2015Name: Mixed use retail and residential row house Address: 305 Livingston Street Cross Streets: Nevins and Bond streets Neighborhood: Downtown Brooklyn Year Built: Before 1880 Architectural Style: Probably Italianate wood frame, now neo-Classical Architect: Unknown Landmarked: No Nowhere is Brooklyn changing faster than downtown. The pace is astounding. Many of the new buildings replace parking […]
- From the Forum: How Does This Tile Look? Grout Suggestions? March 27, 2015Mapei or Bostik grout? Color suggestions? What grout do you suggest for bathroom floor and wall tiles — Mapei or Bostik? And we’re looking for a gray, similar to these photos. Does anyone know what color this could be? And while we’re at it, what do you think of using the large subway wall tile […]