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Businesses Return to Bed-Stuy Mansion After Bread Love Fire

The Brooklyn Movement Center and a doula service have both moved back into the mansion.

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Bed-Stuy Pride Festival Challenges 'Hate and Police Violence'

The fourth annual Bed-Stuy Pride festival celebrates LGBT culture in Bed-Stuy.

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Interfaith Medical Center Comes Out of Bankruptcy

The beleaguered hospital announced it was staying open on Tuesday.

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Councilman Unveils New Breastfeeding Station in Bed-Stuy

The community lactation station features cozy chairs and a refrigerator to chill pumped milk.

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Members of New Food Co-Op Vote to Model it on Park Slope Market

Shoppers at the new central Brooklyn food co-op would have to be members, organizers said.

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Bed-Stuy Slow Zone Advocates Launch Social Media Campaign

Supporters launched a new website, Facebook page, Twitter account and online petition.

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Sexually Transmitted Infection Program Targets Women of Color in Brooklyn

A new Planned Parenthood program is targeting women of color in central Brooklyn.

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Bed-Stuy Groups Try to Help Homeowners Avoid City's Annual Lien Sale

Every year the city sells off tax debt. Central Brooklyn is disproportionately affected, advocates say.

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Community Group Demands a Say in Central Brooklyn Budget Process

The group demanded Bed-Stuy and Crown Heights council members enact participatory budgeting.

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Interfaith Hospital Closure Process Delayed by Bankruptcy Court

Proceedings were pushed back from Aug. 15 to Aug. 26.

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Critics Say Sharpton, Foy Playing Politics With Bed-Stuy Hospital Rallies

The rallies are really for Kirsten John Foy and the National Action Network, critics say.

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City Offers $70,000-a-Year Job to Promote Breastfeeding

A new city position will pay up to $73,000 to encourage and support breastfeeding in New York.

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Cornegy Gets Local Pol Support, Foy Nabs Unions in Race to Replace Vann

The race to replace Al Vann in Central Brooklyn is becoming even more competitive.

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Political Outsiders Square Off in Race For Al Vann's Seat

Five candidates are running against "machine" politics in the race to replace Councilman Al Vann.

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