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Brooklyn pajama party to help breast cancer survivors

Downtown
All of you women out there who wear sweatpants to bed, take note. Pajamas can be glamorous, frilly and fun! … Full Article
 

Brooklyn artist selected to participate in prestigious Faberge ‘Big Egg Hunt’

Gowanus
As a child in the South, Jannell Turner would retreat to the woods and contemplate the world around her. As an adult in Brooklyn, those woods have been replaced by her Gowanus studio, but her paintings never stray too far from the forests of her childhood.  … Full Article
 

De Blasio appoints heads of four departments, including Brooklyn Navy Yard

Navy Yard
Mayor Bill de Blasio named four key appointments to his administration on Tuesday, including appointing David Ehrenberg as the president and chief executive officer of the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation. The Mayor also appointed Dr. … Full Article
 

Architect Bjarke Ingels is transforming the Williamsburg waterfront

Williamsburg
The stunning triangular viewing platform that rises out over the East River planned for Pier 6 at the Atlantic Avenue entrance to Brooklyn Bridge Park is not Bjarke Ingels’ first connection to Brooklyn. … Full Article
 

Finding love via a tangled heart, under the Archway in DUMBO

DUMBO
A tangled web of red tubes in the shape of a heart -- a sculpture recently installed in the Archway under the Manhattan Bridge in DUMBO -- offers to connect Brooklyn’s lonely hearts. … Full Article
 

Blackbirds pick up a split in first NEC series against Wagner

Downtown
The LIU Brooklyn Blackbirds are relying heavily on a couple of freshmen in their rotation this season. That's typically not a good sign, but freshman Bobby Maxwell looked like a veteran on Sunday, tossing a complete game even without his best off-speed pitches. … Full Article
 

Sunset Park Passport lets visitors enjoy neighborhood's charm

Sunset Park
Sunset Park isn’t a foreign country, but you’ll enjoy it much more if you have a passport. … Full Article
 

‘Color of Justice’ program presented at Brooklyn Criminal Court

Downtown
The National Association of Women Judges (NAWJ) and the Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association (BWBA) joined with legal research company LexisNexis to present  “Color of Justice,” a program created by NAWJ and designed to expose high school girls to courts and the legal system with the hope of en … Full Article
 

Teachers at Park Slope’s P.S. 321 protest ‘horrendous’ Common Core English tests

Park Slope
Teachers and parents marched outside a Park Slope elementary school Friday morning to protest what they call a “horrendous” English Language Arts (ELA) exam given to third, fourth and fifth-graders over three days last week. … Full Article
 

Surf's up ... at Urban Outfitters

Williamsburg
The Urban Outfitters that opened Friday is taking a page from the "Go Local" playbook - by setting up a collection of merchandise from 40 Brooklyn-based artists and designers in the Williamsburg store. … Full Article
 

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