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Smith Street finally gets a regional Italian restaurant

April 17 | Andrew Cotto

COBBLE HILL — This reporter remembers when Smith Street was a no-no. There was one restaurant worth going to, and you went early and ate fast. It’s hard to imagine the veritable restaurant row that Smith Street has become this century, a smorgasbord of cuisines in a carousel of openings and closings. Historically missing from […]

NYU Langone opens ambulatory care center, ER in Cobble Hill

March 31 | Mary Frost

With the snip of a purple ribbon, the city’s highest-rated ambulatory health and emergency care system was welcomed to northwest Brooklyn on Friday. Officials including Mayor Eric Adams and U.S. Rep. Dan Goldman joined supporters, doctors and administrators to celebrate the opening of the long-anticipated NYU Langone Health’s Joseph S. & Diane H. Steinberg Ambulatory […]

Atlantic Avenue is at once a celebration of key elements: History, commerce & culture

March 21 | Brooklyn Eagle Staff

Brooklyn’s Atlantic Avenue, aside from being one of the longest avenues in the borough (Bedford is officially the longest), has many significant historic landmarks. Some, like the Atlantic Avenue Tunnel, are not readily visible. But the corner that most people think of as simply ‘Atlantic and Court’ has a profound place in American history. On […]