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Boerum Hill »

Jesse's Deli Closure Not My Fault, Landlord Tells Community

Landlord Karina Bilder denied that she is to blame for the planned deli closure.

Carroll Gardens »

Redesign Slated for Shuttered St. Mary's Playground

The former park has been closed since 2009 because of the MTA's construction on the Culver Viaduct.

Civic Center »

Here Are the Words Mayor Bill de Blasio Said Most Often in 2014

The mayor's most-mentioned words last year included "city" and "people."

Red Hook »

Locals Can Decide How to Spend $2M in Red Hook and Sunset Park

Councilman Carlos Menchaca's participatory budgeting program for District 38 kicked off this week.

Carroll Gardens »

New Carroll Gardens Co-Working Space Seeks Renters Open to Collaboration

The Works is a new co-working space with desks for $525 per month in Carroll Gardens.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens Pride Fuels Brooklyn T-Shirt Business

A 15-year resident of the neighborhood is selling "PLG" pride shirts.

Morrisania »

Bronx Motorcycle Group's Biker Jackets Hide Hearts of Gold, Community Says

The After Dark Ryders, formed in 2008, do many charitable activities for the borough.

Brooklyn Heights »

1,000-Foot-Long Photo Installation Unveiled at Brooklyn Bridge Park

"The Fence" runs from the Greenway in DUMBO to Pier 5 at Joralemon Street at the waterfront park. 

Bushwick »

Bushwick Motorcycle Shop Helps Owners Keep Vintage Bikes On the Road

Chris Rinken opened Wrench N' Ride to give people a place to learn how to fix their vintage bikes.

Red Hook »

All-Night Hackathon Connects Skilled Developers and Tech Fans in Red Hook

Hack Red Hook will be held at Pioneer Works from April 18 to April 19 in Red Hook.

Cobble Hill »

LICH Supporters Attempt to Attract Hospital Developers

Representatives from labor unions and a community group spoke to potential bidders Monday evening.

Cobble Hill »

Settlement on LICH Does Not Guarantee Full Service Hospital

New details on the settlement were announced Friday afternoon at the Brooklyn Supreme Court.

Boerum Hill »

Boerum Hill Resident Looks for Volunteers to Tend Local Garden

Margaret Cusack, 68, is hoping to keep the Hoyt Street Garden from falling into disrepair.

Red Hook »

Actors Read Biblical Book of Job to Commemorate Sandy Devastation

Actors will read from the biblical tale of suffering to honor those who endured Sandy's wrath.

Columbia Street Waterfront District »

Worms Wiggle to First Festival for Columbia Street Children's Garden

The South Brooklyn Children's Garden is hosting their first worm festival, April 20.