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Brooklyn federal prosecutors want to be sure a convicted politician pays his $75,000 fine, according to court papers.
A box truck backing out of a Brooklyn driveway hit and killed a woman Monday afternoon, police said.
Cook Space Culinary Studio in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, holds classes and rents its kitchens for food events.
A Phoenix-based costume shop removed their Anne Frank costume from their website Sunday after receiving a lot of criticism on social media.
A wheelchair-bound lawyer has filed a $1 million suit against the city, claiming they’ve failed miserably in making a Brooklyn courthouse accessible to him and others with limited mobility. Personal injury lawyer Caner Demirayak, who has Muscular dystrophy, told The Post he has trouble maneuvering around Brooklyn Civil Court – where he spends most of…
See this story at BrooklynDaily.com. By Julianne Cuba Brooklyn Daily The owner of the city’s largest minority-owned car dealership — Kristal Automall on Kings Highway — has ’fessed up to trying to swaddle a massive vehicle corporation out of millions of dollars about five years ago. Owner Lilaahar “Sammy” Bical — a former friend and […]
See this story at BrooklynDaily.com. By Julianne McShane Brooklyn Daily 60th Precinct CONEY ISLAND–BRIGHTON BEACH–SEAGATE Trio of goniffs Three miscreants threatened a man outside a Surf Avenue restaurant on Oct. 8, unsuccessfully demanding that he hand over his phone, wallet, and money before flashing a knife and throwing a garbage can at him and fleeing […]
See this story at BrooklynPaper.com. By Julianne McShane Brooklyn Paper Call it freeing jazz! A Brooklyn trio named after 19th century abolitionist Harriet Tubman will lead an audience on a musical journey during a late-night set at the annual three-day Bric JazzFest Marathon on Oct. 21. The musicians of the Harriet Tubman trio fuse elements […]
Here are the stores that have announced their plans to open their doors or stay closed on Thanksgiving.
Brooklyn’s Airbnb black market is booming despite the city’s best efforts to stamp out illegal rentals, according to an investigator hired by a hotel-industry group. The borough’s hipster status makes it a magnet for Airbnb listings, with three of its neighborhoods alone — Williamsburg, Bed-Stuy and Bushwick — accounting for nearly 20 percent of all…
See this story at BrooklynPaper.com. By Colin Mixson Brooklyn Paper New York’s Finest are bucking convention. Cops in the 79th Precinct are using a police van to illegally sway residents to vote against a holding constitutional convention, infuriating reform-minded locals. “It sucks to see public resources being spent to keep our system broken,” said Williamsburg […]
See this story at BrooklynPaper.com. By Leah Lu for Brooklyn Paper Breast-cancer support services in our backyard are a phone call or cyber click away: American Cancer Society – Look Good Feel Better Look Good Feel Better is a free, two-hour workshop for women undergoing cancer treatment. Volunteer cosmetologists teach free beauty techniques to cancer […]
See this story at BrooklynDaily.com. By Julianne McShane Brooklyn Daily 68th Precinct Bay Ridge—Dyker Heights Gold rush A thief stole more than $5,750 worth of jewelry and cash from a woman’s jewelry box, kitchen, and bedroom at her 79th Street home sometime between Oct. 6 and 7, police said. The woman reported the theft from […]
See this story at BrooklynDaily.com. By Leah Lu Brooklyn Daily Breast-cancer support services in our backyard are a phone call or cyber click away: American Cancer Society – Look Good Feel Better Look Good Feel Better is a free, two-hour workshop for women undergoing cancer treatment. Volunteer cosmetologists teach free beauty techniques to cancer patients […]
The home of “Jimmy Kimmel Live” may be in Hollywood, but the host remains just as close to his relatives in Brooklyn as The Brooklyn Academy of Music is to his childhood home in Mill Basin.
Ten people were injured when a massive three-alarm fire ripped through a Brooklyn apartment building Monday, officials said. The flames erupted around 4:30 a.m. inside of a building on 49th Street near 11th Avenue in Borough Park. The fire consumed multiple floors, injuring a total of 10 residents. Nine of the victims were said to…
See this story at BrooklynPaper.com. By Lauren Gill Brooklyn Paper They want Cuomo to get on board! The Metropolitan Transportation Authority must reinstate a long-defunct bus route that connected Crown Heights and Red Hook, pols and locals demanded at a Friday rally to reinstate the B71 line. “We all need the B71 restored, people relied […]