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No. 5: It sure helps to be sure-footed at this Leonard Street site

Williamsburg
The coolest place to watch construction work in East Williamsburg is at 125 Leonard St. Workers are up in the air messing with steel beams above the construction fence, in full view of passersby. … Full Article
 

BREAKING: March Madness descends on Brooklyn

Downtown
Though our local college basketball teams – LIU-Brooklyn and St. Francis Brooklyn -- were denied the opportunity to go dancing this month in the annual NCAA Tournament, Downtown Brooklyn will soon be the setting for arguably the most prestigious conference tourney in the entire nation.  … Full Article
 

No. 6: What's behind this fence? An old brewery

Williamsburg
The  coolest “mystery” building in East Williamsburg, at 56-66 Meserole St., looks kinda like a red-brick castle. … Full Article
 

No. 7: Oh, the tantalizing promise of vacant land

Williamsburg
The coolest property for sale in East Williamsburg is at 650 Metropolitan Ave. – because it's a vacant lot, full of promise.  … Full Article
 

No. 8: Best. Breakfast. Ever.

Williamsburg
The coolest breakfast place in East Williamsburg is Dun-Well Doughnuts at 222 Montrose Ave. … Full Article
 

No. 9: Does Edward Hopper live here?

Williamsburg
The coolest apartment building in East Williamsburg is at 182 Graham Ave.  … Full Article
 

No. 10 : A house that makes us happy to look at

Williamsburg
The coolest house in East Williamsburg is at 610 Metropolitan Ave.  … Full Article
 

East Williamsburg: A Top Ten list of Coolest Places

Williamsburg
East Williamsburg offers visual delights aplenty, amid grittiness and some uninspired-looking new apartment buildings.  … Full Article
 

‘The Global Obama’ examines President’s popularity

Brooklyn Heights
Binghamton University professor and journalist Dinesh Sharma has been chronicling and analyzing the Obama presidency for several years. … Full Article
 

OPINION: In healthcare, both prevention and cure are necessary

Cobble Hill
In a recent presentation on one of the plans to revamp Long Island College Hospital, a speaker, who shall be nameless for the time being, told audience members at a local community meeting that his group had no plans to offer a full-service hospital. … Full Article
 

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