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Brownsville Recreation Center (BRC) To Get $160 Million Investment To Turn It Into A Brand New State of the Art Facility

New York City Mayor, Eric Adams, recently announced one of the major highlights of the city’s 2025 budget, the $160 million...

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Arts & Culture

Judge Sharen D. Hudson: A Lifelong Commitment to Justice, Fairness and Rehabilitation

In the heart of Brooklyn, Judge Sharen D. Hudson stands as a beacon of justice and community advocacy. Currently serving as the Acting...

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Brooklyn Events

Join the 2nd Annual Love & Kindness Day in Brooklyn on July 20th

It’s going down! The team at Love & Kindness Wellness Foundation Inc, is proud to bring back thier 2nd annual Love & Kindness...

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Affordable Housing

Introducing Alafia: A Visionary Affordable Housing Development in Brooklyn With Rents Starting at $777/mth

Applications are now live for 20 Vital Avenue, a newly constructed residential building with 123 income-restricted, affordable apartments....

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News

Kenneth Gayle: A Candidate To Look At for Brooklyn Civil Court Judge Representing Flatbush, Park Slope, Crown Heights, Prospect Heights and Midwood

Brooklyn’s 6th Municipal District, a mosaic of vibrant neighborhoods from Flatbush to Park Slope, stands at the cusp of a pivotal...

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Affordable Housing

Apts Available in New Development on Atlantic Ave. in East New York

2767 Atlantic Avenue is perfectly located in the Cypress Hills section of East New York, nestled in Brooklyn between Bushwick and Queens....

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Food & Drink

Shifting Tides in Dining: Outback Steakhouse Closes at Gateway Mall, Red Lobster May Follow

In a significant shift for the dining landscape of East New York, Brooklyn, Outback Steakhouse has officially closed its doors at Gateway...

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News

Dispute Over Moped Leads to Stabbing at Clinton Hill Homeless Shelter

Less than a week ago Renee Collymore, theDemocratic Liaison for the 57th AD  and the residents of Clinton Hill hosted a second community ...

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Food & Drink

NYC Introduces Dining Out NYC: A New Era for Outdoor Dining

Restaurants Currently Participating in Outdoor Dining Must Apply by August 3 or Remove Their Setups Restaurant Owners Can Browse the Dining...

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Real Estate

Clinton Hill’s Migrant Shelter Crisis: Councilwoman Crystal Hudson Faces Challenges As Residents Call for Leadership

In Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, the crisis at a local migrant shelter has intensified scrutiny on Councilwoman Crystal Hudson, who is grappling...

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