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‘Taste of the Caribbean’ celebration at Brooklyn Borough Hall

Downtown
Caribbean-American Heritage Month wrapped up with a festival at Brooklyn Borough Hall on Thursday, with a Grand Bazaar featuring Caribbean businesses, art and heritage, a “Taste of the Caribbean,” and a concert on Borough Hall Plaza showcasing English, French and Spanish talent from the Caribbean … Full Article
 

OPINION: Training facility will help Sunset Park as well as Nets

Sunset Park
The Brooklyn Nets’ plans for a new training facility in Sunset Park’s Industry City will not only help the Nets become an all-Brooklyn team, it will help raise the profile of Sunset Park, too. … Full Article
 

SKETCHES OF COURT: $5 million verdict in motor vehicle accident trial

Red Hook
In this courtroom sketch, Hon. Karen Rothenberg listens as plaintiff attorney Norman Gershon (standing), sole practitioner, conducts a cross examination of neurologist Daniel Feurer (seated, right) in the motor vehicle accident trial of Mark Mungo v. … Full Article
 

Minority leaders to Cuomo: ‘Do the right thing’ for LICH

Cobble Hill
Minority leaders on Friday called on Governor Andrew Cuomo to “do the right thing” and halt the sale of Brooklyn’s Long Island College Hospital (LICH) to developer Fortis Property Group. … Full Article
 

Menchaca spearheaded drive for municipal ID cards

Sunset Park
Councilman Carlos Menchaca, a driving force behind the City Council’s historic June 26 vote to establish a municipal identification card program to help undocumented immigrants obtain city services, predicted that the program would become the most successful of its kind in the nation. … Full Article
 

Elizabeth A. Sackler elected first woman board chair of Brooklyn Museum

Prospect Heights
The Members of the Board of Trustees of the Brooklyn Museum have elected Elizabeth A. Sackler, Board member since 2000, as the Museum's Chair. Dr. Sackler, the first woman in the nearly 200-year history of the Museum to serve in that position, is the founder of the Museum's Elizabeth A. … Full Article
 

Minority officials and religious groups to call on state to halt LICH sale

Cobble Hill
Unrest over SUNY's sale of Brooklyn's Long Island College Hospital (LICH) continues, this time with New York's minority leaders, who are demanding an investigation into the state’s process in choosing a buyer for the shutt … Full Article
 

Media Rundown: Brooklyn in the news for June 26

Navy Yard
Brooklyn Heights & DUMBO … Full Article
 

PHOTOS: DUMBO cheers on the U.S. World Cup soccer team

DUMBO
Soccer fever swept DUMBO on Thursday as hundreds of fans gathered before a giant screen in the Manhattan Bridge Archway to cheer on the United States in the 2014 World Cup match with Germany. Despite a 1-0 loss, the U.S. … Full Article
 

Brooklyn Family Court celebrates LGBTQ families during Pride Month

Downtown
Back in February, the Kings County Family Court held its first-ever Black History Month celebration.  More recently, it celebrated another first-ever event. On Tuesday, the Family Court honored LGBTQ families for its first Pride Month event at the Brooklyn courthouse. … Full Article
 

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