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Long Considered a Lifeline, TPS Should be Reformed, Advocates Say

Long Considered a Lifeline, TPS Should be Reformed, Advocates Say

The federal government recently extended Temporary Protected Status for immigrants from Yemen. Many in Brooklyn's Yemeni community are thankful, but seek a more permanent solution.
Catching Up With Grammy-Winning Producer Keith Harris

Catching Up With Grammy-Winning Producer Keith Harris

Keith Harris has been working with the Black Eyed Peas since 2003. Now, he’s ready to make a name with his own music as the lead of the Keith Harris Experience, a music collective that fuses pop & R&B.
Here's The Scoop on Ice Cream Shop Caffè Panna Landing in Greenpoint

Here's The Scoop on Ice Cream Shop Caffè Panna Landing in Greenpoint

Ice cream queen Hallie Meyer's gourmet scoops and sundae joint opened on July 11.
Sundays Just Got a Whole Lot Better as Libraries Begin to Reopen

Sundays Just Got a Whole Lot Better as Libraries Begin to Reopen

City officials and residents celebrated the return of weekend library services on Sunday.
Brooklyn’s New Pro Soccer Team Debuts in Coney Island

Brooklyn’s New Pro Soccer Team Debuts in Coney Island

Brooklyn Football Club, the borough’s newest professional sports team, tied 3-3 with Ecuador’s C.D. Cuenca in an exhibition match on Saturday.
EPA Suspects Further Toxic Contamination in Greenpoint Superfund Site

EPA Suspects Further Toxic Contamination in Greenpoint Superfund Site

Officials are continuing to test the area for toxic chemicals that could enter a building through vapor intrusion, a "major health concern," according to the EPA.
Brooklyn Music School Raises Over $500,000 in Bid to Save Century-Old Institution

Brooklyn Music School Raises Over $500,000 in Bid to Save Century-Old Institution

A storied music school in Fort Greene was in dire financial trouble in June. A last-minute fundraising effort aided by some big names helped save the school from closing for the summer.
Mayor Adams Pledges to Listen to Flatbush Ave Residents on Bus Lanes

Mayor Adams Pledges to Listen to Flatbush Ave Residents on Bus Lanes

This comes as the city plans to implement bus-only lanes all across one of Brooklyn’s busiest streets.
Prospect Heights Restaurateur Releases #1 Amazon Best-Selling Cookbook

Prospect Heights Restaurateur Releases #1 Amazon Best-Selling Cookbook

Renato Poliafito, the owner of Ciao, Gloria cafe, has created an inventive guide to “American Baking with an Italian Accent.”
Community Celebrates Official Opening of Red Hook Skatepark

Community Celebrates Official Opening of Red Hook Skatepark

State-of-the-art skate and BMX features replace an asphalt lot at Harold Ickes Playground