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Brooklyn Bridge Park marina relaunches in smoother waters

May 17 | Mary Frost

The marina in Brooklyn Bridge Park is officially opening at full capacity. ONE°15 Brooklyn originally opened in May 2016, but boats met rough water conditions at the site. A marina spokesperson told the Brooklyn Eagle that a new wave-attenuator system has been installed, which will reduce wave strength by up to 70 percent. Boat owners […]

Reginald Moise (right) listens as a family member of Tiarah Poyau (left) speaks at his sentencing. Eagle photo by Noah Goldberg.

Brooklyn man sentenced to more than 17 years in drunken 2016 J’Ouvert killing

May 17 | Noah Goldberg

The Brooklyn man convicted of killing a 22-year-old St. Johns University student at the Crown Heights J’Ouvert festival in 2016 was sentenced to 17 1/3 years in prison Friday, after the victim’s family spoke tearfully about their loss. Reginald Moise shot Tiarah Poyau in the head in the early morning hours of Sept. 5, 2016, […]

Brooklyn Film Festival is evolving, and so are its films

May 17 | Sara Bosworth

The Brooklyn Film Festival, an annual event that now spans 10 days and five Brooklyn neighborhoods, released this year’s lineup of 133 films centered around the titular 2019 theme of “The Gathering.” The festival, organized by the Brooklyn Film Society, will run its 22nd program from May 31 to June 9. “It’s a particularly difficult […]

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