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Music Industry Takes First Step Towards Emulating Film’s Success in NY

Taking a page from the film industry, a musical renaissance in New York is now in the offing.

On Tuesday, the...

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PB Voting Places Stronger Emphasis on Public Infrastructural Improvements

It’s that time of the year again – when North Brooklyn residents vote on the projects they believe are most...

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Arts in Bushwick: Bigger, Broader and as Inclusive as Ever

Making History, a survey show of the artistic oeuvre and creative output that Bushwick has fostered over the past decade,...

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Organizing Brooklyn's Can-Do People

There are those New Yorkers who live paycheck to paycheck. And then there are those who live nickel by nickel—assembling...

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OSA to Honor Founder Hindy at Fourth Annual Fundraiser

Hundreds are expected to come out in support of the Open Space Alliance for North Brooklyn (OSA) and its...

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Residents Honor Fallen Cyclists in 10th Annual Memorial Event

Cyclists killed on the streets of New York will be remembered on April 19 at an event that honors them...

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Local Businesses Call for Stronger Voice in Train Closure Process

North Brooklyn businesses are protesting the upcoming temporary closures on the L train and are calling on the Metropolitan Transit...

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Transportation Alternatives Tackles Meeker Avenue Safety Concerns

The transportation activist group Transportation Alternatives (TA) is calling for safety improvements along Meeker Avenue.

Make Meeker Move, as the...

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MS 50 Celebrates a Century of Success

Sitting in her office at MS 50, Principal Denise Jamison is visibly excited. School aides have just brought armfuls of...

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CB 1 Calls for Renewed Action on Greenpoint Hospital Site

Community Board 1 is calling on the City’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development to take action on the former...

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Sunnyside Yards Development Could Create Headaches for Greenpointers Too, Says Historian

A local historian is raising awareness about the potential impact the massive Sunnyside Yards project in Long Island City, Queens,...

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Newtown Creek Group Calls for Public Opinion on North Henry Street

A community group is calling for residents to have their say on what should be done with of a patch...

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Reclaiming Williamsburg Through Walking Workshops

North Brooklynites hoping to get better acquainted with the neighborhood’s activist past should sign up for Neighbors Allied for Good...

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A Year In, a New Principal is Building the Foundation for Success

Using creativity and a positive attitude, a local Principal is improving results at one of the community’s more troublesome schools....

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City’s Green Infrastructure Plans in Nabes Like Bushwick Prove Stronger than Expected Results

North Brooklyn residents fed up with the city using Newtown Creek as its dumping grounds can rejoice…just a little. A...

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