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Brooklyn Paper 4h
ICYMI: Massive Barclays Center crowd calls for justice for Breonna Taylor
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Brooklyn Paper 5h
ICYMI: Report outlines dire need for affordable housing in Sunset Park
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Brooklyn Paper 6h
ICYMI: Bed-Stuy mural honors Sha-Asia Semple, Black woman who died during childbirth
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Brooklyn Paper 6h
ICYMI: Industry City withdraws rezoning application
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Brooklyn Paper 7h
ICYMI: Local artist transforms Bay Ridge outdoor dining barriers into works of art
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Brooklyn Paper 8h
ICYMI: Cuomo eyes Brooklyn Bridge Park for RBG statue
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Brooklyn Paper 10h
ICYMI: Teachers protest for more COVID-19 testing and safer conditions
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Brooklyn Paper Sep 25
Not a single person spoke against landmarking the proposed East 25th Street Historic District in Flatbush at a hearing Friday morning.
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Brooklyn Paper Sep 25
Anti-maskers heckled city health officials during a southern Brooklyn press conference meant to address a recent uptick in COVID-19 cases on Friday — forcing the medical professionals to cut the gathering short.
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Brooklyn Paper Sep 25
Parents who serve as essential workers and have children with special needs claim the city has left them out to dry — sending parents on a last-minute scramble to find suitable childcare.
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Brooklyn Paper Sep 25
Two people were injured Thursday afternoon as a result of two separate attempted robberies, police officials said.
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Brooklyn Paper Sep 25
Customers are lining up around the block to shop the going-out-of-business sale at Century 21's Bay Ridge flagship store before the store closes permanently.
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Brooklyn Paper Sep 25
Coney Island Council candidate Steven Patzer will dive into the notoriously toxic Coney Island Creek this weekend to help document the pollution in the potential Superfund site.
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Brooklyn Paper Sep 24
Replying to @DaveCoIon
We're here for you, Dave.
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Brooklyn Paper Sep 24
OPINION: "What is truly going to disrupt the transportation, office, and housing markets of New York is making the Industry City deal look like a tiny tide next to a massive tsunami."
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Brooklyn Paper Sep 24
OPINION: "Is it really so wrong for President Donald Trump to want cities [like New York, Portland, and Seattle] to perform their most basic function, which is to provide for public safety and protect innocent Americans?"
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Brooklyn Paper Sep 24
Carroll Gardens Classic Diner, the beloved longtime eatery on Smith Street, has permanently shut its doors after struggling to stay afloat during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Brooklyn Paper Sep 24
The loss will make way for a wider range of tenants, one real estate consultant said. "It's likely that the 86th Street strip will retain its preeminence as a retail hub."
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Brooklyn Paper Sep 24
"People need to understand that birth justice is about more than just the moment of birth," said Taja Lindley, who records the podcast Birth Justice NYC from her Crown Heights apartment.
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Brooklyn Paper Sep 24
Replying to @Blenderfish
Thank you, it's been corrected!
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