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Crown Heights Police Blotter: Three Times the Number of Burglaries Recorded, Compared to Last Year

(l to r) 77th Precinct, 71st Precinct 71 st Precinct (covering Crown Heights south of Eastern Parkway) Crime is down 7 percent in the 71 st Precinct for the week of January 13 - January 19, according to CompStat, the NYPD's crime accountability and s

BAMcinématek Presents a Week-Long Run of Frantisek Vlacil’s 'Marketa Lazarova'

Marketa Lazarova Photo: Beginning Friday, February 28 through Thursday, March 6, BAMcinématek, located at 30 Lafayette Avenue, presents a week-long run of Frantisek Vlacil's new wave masterpiece Marketa Lazarova in a new 35mm print.

Are You Sure You Kan Do Dat?

There's a clichéd epitaph that began 70 years ago around the birth of abstract art and is still echoed today: "I can do that... a five year old can do that!" Dick Griffin, "Brooklyn," Acrylic on Canvas.

At State of the Union Address, President Obama to Congress: With or Without You

President Barack Obama delivers his fifth State of the Union Address, 1/28/14 Immigration reform, gun reform and ending the war in Afgahnistan are legislative priorities, said President Barack Obama in his State of the Union address Tuesday night.

At Borough President Forum, Adams Says Affordable Housing is a Priority for Brooklyn

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer, Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr., Queens Borough President Melinda Katz and Staten Island Borough President James Oddo.

Real Talk: Evans & Nye Realty Co-Founder Splits from Agency, Heads to Halstead Property

Evans & Nye Realty sold this (l) Magnus Dahlander home at 242 Decatur Street for $1.

Interfaith Gets An Olive Branch Today, But its Fate Tomorrow Remains Uncertain

Protest at Interfaith Medical Center It appears Interfaith's fate has been re-written. Again. If you recall, ten days ago, Interfaith advocates were outraged when the state threatened to withhold from the hospital the $3.

Cuomo and de Blasio Agree: Speedy Solution Needed for Ailing Interfaith

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo at during a news conference Monday. Photo: AP For months now, elected officials, community leaders and hospital advocates in Brooklyn have called on Gov.

88th Pct. Crime Blotter: Crime Incidents up 4 Percent So Far This Year

88th Precinct Crime is up 33 percent in Fort Greene/Clinton Hill's 88 th Precinct, for the week of January 13 — January 19, 2014, according to CompStat, the NYPD's crime accountability and statistics system.

Stringer Says NYC Should Have its Own Minimum Wage, Proposes $11 Per Hour

Scott Stringer Photo: New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer plans to call on the state today to allow New York City to set its own minimum wage, reported The Wall Street Journal .