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Laurie Cumbo, maternity leave, 35th district, Brooklyn, BK Reader,

Councilmember Cumbo Announces Maternity Leave

Councilmember Cumbo will be on maternity leave to enjoy the new and exciting experience of motherhood Councilmember Laurie Cumbo announced ...
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last days of summer, BK Reader

Weekend Events Lineup: Closing out Summer with a Bang!

Artist talks, Movies Under the Stars, Atlantic Antic, Soul of Brooklyn, this weekend has something for everyone! Well, it's official: ...
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LinkNYC, BK Reader, innovation, technology, cell phone kiosks

What Exactly are Those Weird Kiosks Popping up all Over Central Brooklyn?

LinkNYC Free WiFi Kiosks: underused, but highly useful Until last year, payphones on the streets of New York remained neglected ...
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Photos: First Annual ‘Eat Greene’ Street Fair in Fort Greene

The Greene Grape and FAB Fulton partnered to create a festive street fair featuring local vendors outside The Greene Grape's ...
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A Local ‘Stoop Meditation’ is Opening Hearts and Gathering Community in Brooklyn

Brooklyn resident Danielle Fazzolari leads regular, free meditations on her stoop in Clinton Hill. Danielle Fazzolari is breaking the New ...
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NYC Primary Election, BK Reader, mayoral election, NYC primaries, Election 2017, City Council, Public Advocate, Brooklyn DA, Comptroller, Brooklyn Borough President, Alicka Ampry-Samuel, Jumaane Williams, Laurie Cumbo, Robert Cornegy, Bill de Blasio, Letitia James, Eric Gonzalez, Inez Barron, Eric Adams, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams,

NYC 2017 Primary Election Results: Ampry-Samuel Wins 41st District

The results are in from yesterday’s NYC primary elections, where residents voted for mayor, public advocate, district attorney and councilmembers ...
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MoCADA Gears up for Move to New Arts Hub in Fort Greene

MoCADA will share its new home with 651 ARTS, BAM Cinema theatres, a branch of the Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn's second ...
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The 2017 NYC Primaries – An Overview and Where to Vote

The 2017 elections are for Mayor, Public Advocate, Comptroller, Borough Presidents, District Attorneys and 51 City Council seats On Tuesday, ...
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District 35 Candidates Spar over Affordable Housing

The 35th City Council District race is a crucial one, particularly for the future of affordable housing, considering the district is home ...
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The Amazing Acro-Cats Come to Brooklyn

Fort Greene just got a bit more feline friendly. Acrobats usually draw a crowd, but Samantha Martin’s Amazing Acro-Cats are the ...
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Diabetes, How Not to Die, Dr. Michael Greger, Brooklyn Borough Presidents office, plant-based diets, healthy eating, food as medicine, Eric. L. Adams, public discussion

After Conquering Diabetes, BP Adams Shares Book, Diet That Helped Save His Life!

“The best thing to happened to me in my life is that I became diabetic, because if I wasn’t diabetic, ...
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Spike Lee, BK Reader, BAM Rose Cinemas, BAM, Alamo Draft House, Fort Greene Park, Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment, free film screening, Nitehawk Cinema, Williamsburg Cinemas, Cobble Hill Cinemas, film screening, One Film One New York,

Watch ‘Crooklyn’ in Brooklyn for Free as Part of ‘One Film, One New York’

'Crooklyn' is the winner of the city's 'One Film, One New York' competition which brings film-loving New Yorkers together by ...
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