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What's on Your Smartphone?

What's on Your Smartphone? Yes, the private photos of dozens of female celebrities that were posted on this past weekend were obtained from Apple's iCloud.

Mayor Announces: More Speed Cameras to Come in School Zones

Speed Cameras Mayor Bill de Blasio and state Sen. Jeffrey Klein announced an expansion of New York City's speed camera program, involving the addition of 120 more automatic ticket-issuing devices near public schools, reported the Observer .

Police Arrest Man Who Shoots into Crowd During J'ouvert Celebration

Police at West Indian Day Parade Police caught and arrested a man identified as Derrik Goodings on Labor Day, after he fired into a crowd of J'ouvert revelers for no apparent reason.

NYPD Warns of 'One-Ring Phone Scam'

The New York City Police Department is sending out a warning to residents surrounding the "one-ring phone scam," which uses auto-dialers to target cell phone numbers across the country.

New Visions: Crown Heights Artists Spotlighted at FiveMyles Gallery

Artist Lourdes Bernard Opening Sunday, September 7 - through October 5, at FiveMyles Gallery is New Visions: Crown Heights Artists.

Economic Solutions, Right in Your Own Back Yard

Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation sees an important part of its mission to "improve the quality of life" for those in Central Brooklyn.

The G Train is Back!

G Train After a five-week closure, subway riders of the G train running between Brooklyn and Queens are set to regain uninterrupted service today, as the Metropolitan Transportation Authority reopens the tunnel that was closed due to damage by supers

Man Plans to Sue City After Hospital Loses His Thumb

Raymond Henderson plans to sue the city for $5 million after doctors at Kings County Hospital lost a part of thumb, reported the Daily News .
Brook-Lens: Jump Up and Wave!

Brook-Lens: Jump Up and Wave!

The 2014 West Indian Labor Day Parade in Brooklyn was not unlike years past: Flags, bullhorns, bells, whistles, good food, bright colors, big smiles, tons of skin and loads of cultural pride! Check out these photos, and feel free to share your own! S

Every Tuesday in Sept: Evening Jazz with Central Brooklyn Jazz Consortium

Photo: Restorationplaza.