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The 10 Best Places to Observe the Solar Eclipse in Brooklyn

​  Brooklynites, get ready for a celestial show! The solar eclipse on April 8th, 2024, is set to partially obscure the sun, casting an...

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Real Estate

City Council Member Vickie Paladino Addresses Squatting Issues That Negatively Impact Homeowners Throughout NYC

Article Courtesy NYCNewswire.com Vickie Paladino, a councilwoman from Queens, has been vocal about her concerns regarding squatters’...

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HEALTHJOX EXPANDS “BROWNSVILLE SHINES” WITH EXOUSIA THROUGHOUT THE YEAR

Envisioned by Missionary Bishop – Dr. Lester Bradford, founder of Exousia Cathedral and spearheaded by President and Elder Elect –...

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NEWLY FORMED ABA TEAM – “CONEY ISLAND THUNDER” WINS THE CHAMPIONSHIP!

Forming a professional basketball team in the American Basketball Association (ABA) isn’t for the faint of heart.  This sort of thing...

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Brooklyn Events

Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce & Fusion East Partner To Bring Business After Hours Networking Event to East New York May 1

The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce hosts a diverse array of events throughout the year, and on Wed. May 1, 2024 they will be partnering with...

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Affordable Housing

Income Requirements of A $90,240 – $227,630 For Affordable Housing in Brownsville Hits New Highs

We all know that “affordable” housing is not a real thing in New York City, but this newly announced “affordable...

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Arts & Culture

PATHS High School in East New York Receives $10k Donation from Hip Hop Artist KOTA the Friend To Support Their Dance Program’s Training Opportunity in Basel, Switzerland

Independent hip hop artist, Kota the Friend, donated $10,000 to PATHS High School at the Thomas Jefferson Campus. The donation is earmarked...

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Brooklyn Cyclones’ D’Andre Smith: Breakout Bound With Rehab in Rearview

After an injury-plagued start to 2023, Smith is healthy and excited for what 2024 will bring by Justin Rocke for Brooklyn Cyclones At the...

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Brooklyn Photographer’s Art Adorns Bus Stops, from Bushwick to Chicago

By Christopher Edwards An unseasonably hot day in March didn’t stop passersby from grabbing a free cup of hot cocoa on a Tuesday...

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News

New York City’s Congestion Pricing and Subway Crime: A Failing Combination from Day One

OpEd by Brian Nicholson – Former Transit Rider and Lifelong New Yorker New York City, once a bustling metropolis renowned for its...

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