One board member plans to bring a vote Tuesday on a draft that includes a six-story height restriction.
Community groups from Bedford-Stuyvesant to Bay Ridge have holiday events set for this month.
Otto Neals has created paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints and collages in Brooklyn since childhood.
Residents angry that police barred them from entering the gathering began to chant in the lobby outside.
Critics of a plan to study rezoning on and near Empire Blvd. mistakenly thought the vote went their way.
A Medgar Evers College scholarship will be created in Steven Middleton's memory.
The Sea Crest Linen site is zoned to accommodate a building as tall as seven stories.
The Billie Holiday Theatre will get a multimillion-dollar facelift later this year.
The former mayor will visit Restoration Plaza to promote his new book, "A Mayor’s Life."
The Albert Vann Legacy of Leadership Project will offer scholarships and grants to the community.
The congressman, who died Oct. 21 at age 77, was honored in a service at Medgar Evers College Monday.
A parenting blog listed more than half a dozen vigils across the borough Saturday.
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