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BHA House and Garden Tour celebrates historic preservation

Brooklyn Heights
The Brooklyn Heights Association (BHA) will sponsor its 30th annual house and garden tour of five privately owned historic townhouses and gardens in Brooklyn Heights on Saturday, May 10, from 1-5 p.m. … Full Article
 

College counselor writes new book on placing low-income Brooklyn students in elite colleges

Prospect Heights
Josh Steckel, the lead college counselor at the Brooklyn School for Collaborative Studies (BCS), will read from his recently published book “Hold Fast to Dreams” which details the often emotional and heart-wrenching journeys of 10 Brooklyn students that Steckel guided as they gained admissi … Full Article
 

New streetcar plan reignites old Red Hook controversy

Red Hook
A proposal for a streetcar line linking waterfront areas in Brooklyn and Queens from Sunset Park to Astoria resembles, in part, a familiar plan by an outspoken Brooklyn rail advocate known for his tenacity. … Full Article
 

Spring comes to Brooklyn Heights, and with it the Saint Ann’s Puppet Parade

Brooklyn Heights
The 29th annual Saint Ann's Puppet Parade, a high-spirited ritual in Brooklyn Heights, made its joyful way down Pierrepont and Montague streets and along the Promenade on Monday afternoon. … Full Article
 

Seniors, officials call for investigation of Park Slope nursing home closure

Prospect Park
Senior residents, their families and officials are calling for an investigation of what they call the unethical closure of their assisted living facility in Park Slope. … Full Article
 

Hold the sugar! City Council's Domino redevelopment vote switched to May 14

DUMBO
Attention Domino devotees! There's a change of date for the Big Vote. The City Council has moved its full vote on Two Trees Management’s Domino Sugar Refinery redevelopment to May 14 for procedural reasons. … Full Article
 

651 Arts to celebrate 25 years

Fort Greene
651 ARTS, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting contemporary performing arts of the African Diaspora, will celebrate 25 years of developing, producing and presenting performance and cultural programming that continues to serve the local community and beyond. … Full Article
 

Coaching change won’t slow down Grand Street Campus baseball

Bushwick
Grand Street Campus is known for perennially being one of the biggest baseball programs in New York City and Wolves starter Alexander Quas says the reason for that is the incredible coaching staff. … Full Article
 

NYC tests post-disaster housing in Downtown Brooklyn

Downtown
New York City is testing an experimental post-disaster housing prototype in Downtown Brooklyn.  … Full Article
 

LICH development group: Reports of Cobble Hill land use deal ‘absolutely false’

Cobble Hill
Brooklyn Health Partners (BHP), the group which won the bidding war for Long Island College Hospital (LICH) earlier this month, is refuting stories leaked to publications that plans are already in the works to raise “at least two soaring residential buildings of up to 50-stories” on the Cobble Hi … Full Article
 

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