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Undefeated Brooklyn boxer Adam “Babyface” Kownacki returns to old block to talk PRs and Poland

January 17 | By Alex Wieckowsk Special to the Brooklyn Daily Eagle

Brooklyn boxer Adam Kownacki may hold a whopping undefeated 18-0 ratio so far this season, but even so, he wasn’t prepared for the outpouring of support that greeted him at Greenpoint’s Amber Steak House on Tuesday, where the Polish immigrant was hosting a neighborhood meet-and-greet. “I’m shocked so many people found the time to come […]

Tenants alleging harassment have hard time finding landlord’s office

January 15 | By Raanan Geberer Brooklyn Daily Eagle

Rent-stabilized residents of a Greenpoint apartment house whose landlord is reportedly using construction to force them out, are now fighting back, but they’ve had trouble finding the building management’s office. Tenants at 97 and 99 Clay St. say they have been enduring leaking ceilings, construction debris and the threat of rats in their buildings, according […]

Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced last week that the L-train shutdown would be canceled. AP Photo/Mary Altaffer

OPINION: Cuomo’s L-train surprise: What was his motivation?

January 9 | By Raanan Geberer Brooklyn Daily Eagle

As most of our readers know by now, as the much-feared L-train shutdown grew nearer and nearer, Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Jan. 3 announced that a full 15-month shutdown of the L’s East River tunnel doesn’t have to happen. Instead, he said, the MTA can do its work during overnight and weekend hours. Some news […]