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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 […]
- The Insider’s Guide to Brooklyn’s Best Beaches May 30, 2016It's summertime in the city and there's no place we'd rather be. With rebuilt boardwalks and beaches, the shores of Brooklyn are better than ever, and offer something for everyone in need of a little solar therapy. Kite surfing, anyone? For maximum tranquility: Plumb Beach Just past Exit 9 on the Belt… Read More > […]
- From War and Tragedy to Celebration: What Memorial Day Means to Brooklyn May 30, 2016In 2016, Memorial Day for many people is a federal holiday and nothing more. But the day many people have off is meant as a remembrance of soldiers who died in war -- something Brooklyn has a good deal of history with. Indeed, from the borough's sprawling Green-Wood Cemetery to the… Read More > The […]
- In Honor of Memorial Day May 30, 2016In honor of Memorial Day, we've scheduled some holiday-relevant reading. First is a look at what Memorial Day means to Brooklyn, past and present, through its stories and sites. Next up is a guide to Brooklyn's beaches. If you're looking for a quiet getaway, a place to take the tots, or what's new… Read More > The […]
- Top 10 Brooklyn Real Estate Listings: From Needs Some Work to Newly Renovated May 29, 2016This week's top listings are heavily concentrated in Bed Stuy and Crown Heights, with conditions ranging from renovation-ready to newly redone. Which would you choose? 10. This 1,270-square-foot home in East Flatbush still has its original hardwood floors, in addition to a two-car garage in the back. The kitchen and bathroom shown could… Read More > […]
- Top 5 Stories on Brownstoner This Week: ‘Burg Gets an Apple Store, Navy Yard Gets a Park May 28, 2016Brooklyn’s First Apple Store Opening Soon and Is Hiring Apple is gearing up to open its first store in Brooklyn, help-wanted ads reveal. The likely location, at 247 Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg, which has been in the works since 2014, was tightly under wraps when Brownstoner stopped by. -- Express F Train Tradeoffs:… Read More […]