Saturday, April 29: Brooklyn Bookstore Crawl

Saturday, April 29: Brooklyn Bookstore Crawl

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Saturday, April 29: Brooklyn Bookstore Crawl
Brooklyn Bookstore Crawl: On National Independent Bookstore Day, visit the borough’s many independent bookstores, including Greenlight Bookstore. Free. 9 AM. Greenlight Bookstore, @@686 Fulton St. between S. Elliott Place and S. Portland Avenue@@, (718) 246–0200, www.bkbookstorecrawl.org Related Related posts: Saturday, April 1: Target First Saturday at the Brooklyn Museum Saturday, April 29: Brooklyn Folk Festival […]
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Brooklyn Hasidic school bigs busted for stealing fed meal cash

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Brooklyn Hasidic school bigs busted for stealing fed meal cash
Two ex-administrators at a Brooklyn Hasidic school system are accused of taking food out of the mouths of children. Related
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Call for more study of possible slave burial ground in Brooklyn

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Call for more study of possible slave burial ground in Brooklyn
More research about site of a possible slave burial ground in Brooklyn should be done before the city breaks ground to build a new school. Related
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Brooklyn man fatally stabbed pit bull after it charged at his dog

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Brooklyn man fatally stabbed pit bull after it charged at his dog
A Brooklyn man stabbed a pit bull to death after it attacked his dog on Thursday morning, police said. Related
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Five things to do in Brooklyn this week!

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Five things to do in Brooklyn this week!
See this story at BrooklynPaper.com. Brooklyn Paper Friday Aug. 18 Slam comedy As beefy wrestlers fill up Barclays Center for the SummerSlam event, the funny folk of the Cross the Bridge Comedy Show in Bushwick will throw down with a night of jokes about men in tights grappling each other. Phil Valentine (pictured) will host […]
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Final Summer Streets event of the season is Saturday

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Final Summer Streets event of the season is Saturday
A seven-mile stretch through Manhattan’s East Side from Central Park to the Brooklyn Bridge will again be closed off to cars from 7 a.m. Saturday until 1 p.m. in the afternoon. Related
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Five things to do in Brooklyn this week!

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Five things to do in Brooklyn this week!
Editor’s Picks: We’ve got a Woodstock reunion, a tango tutorial, a postmodern take on Shakespeare, and much more! Brooklyn is the place to be! Read more. Related
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Man caught on video smashing doors of a Brooklyn church

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Man caught on video smashing doors of a Brooklyn church
Police are looking for a man caught on video using a baseball bat to attack a Brooklyn church Wednesday night. Related
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Cuomo urges Army to rename Confederate streets in Brooklyn

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Cuomo urges Army to rename Confederate streets in Brooklyn
Gov. Cuomo called on the Army to reconsider its decision not to rename two streets in Brooklyn honoring Civil War Confederate generals. Related
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Brooklyn suspect in stabbing of estranged wife tried to flee

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Brooklyn suspect in stabbing of estranged wife tried to flee
The suspected Brownsville stabber tried to high tail it out of town with a buddy. Related
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Baseball bat-wielding man bashes Brooklyn church's glass doors

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Baseball bat-wielding man bashes Brooklyn church's glass doors
Police are looking for a man who vandalized the Williamsburg Spanish Church. Related
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Senior citizen injured after car strikes him in Brooklyn

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Senior citizen injured after car strikes him in Brooklyn
A 74-year-old man was hospitalized in critical condition early Thursday when he was struck by a car in Brooklyn, police said. Related
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Cuomo asks Army's help in controversy over names of Brooklyn streets

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Cuomo asks Army's help in controversy over names of Brooklyn streets
Gov. Cuomo is asking the Army to remove the names of two Brooklyn streets that are named after Confederate generals. Related
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Undocumented immigrant who helped Brooklyn DA prosecute two murders, once held by ICE, gets another chance

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Undocumented immigrant who helped Brooklyn DA prosecute two murders, once held by ICE, gets another chance
An undocumented immigrant who testified in two Brooklyn homicide cases gets a second chance at citizenship. Related
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Police seek teens accused of desecrating Brooklyn graves

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Police seek teens accused of desecrating Brooklyn graves
Investigators say the teenagers seen here got into Cypress Hills Cemetery through an entrance at Jamaica Avenue just after midnight Tuesday. Related
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Attack of the ‘Clans’: Beloved app game comes to life in Brooklyn

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Attack of the ‘Clans’: Beloved app game comes to life in Brooklyn
See this story at BrooklynPaper.com. By Lauren Gill Brooklyn Paper Talk about virtual reality! Popular phone-based multi-player game Clash of Clans came to life in Dumbo last weekend when two statues popped up at Old Fulton Square near Brooklyn Bridge Park, shocking one player who had no idea Brooklynites and other humans are so keen […]
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Brooklyn plaque honoring Confederate general removed

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Brooklyn plaque honoring Confederate general removed
The plaque commemorated a tree planted by General Robert E. Lee in the 1840s outside St. John’s Episcopal Church. Related
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Construction worker injured in fall from two-story Brooklyn home

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Construction worker injured in fall from two-story Brooklyn home
A 41-year-old construction worker fell Wednesday in Brooklyn and suffered serious injuries, officials said. Related
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Religious leaders remove Brooklyn plaques honoring Robert E. Lee

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Religious leaders remove Brooklyn plaques honoring Robert E. Lee
Ripples from the violent protests in Charlottesville have reached Brooklyn. Related
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