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Toast of Brooklyn, Food and Wine Festival, Williamsburg

Video: A Toast to Brooklyn!

Over 100 brands of fine wine and liquor along with 20 food companies were presented at the 11th annual Toast of Brooklyn Food and Wine Festival on Saturday in Williamsburg. Participants arrived from all over New York City to sample ...

Brooklyn Tech Week, blockchain, Brooklyn Tech Triangle, cryptocurrency, summit, Brooklyn, BK Reader

Blockchain Dominates the Dialogue at Brooklyn Tech Week

Wednesday morning, investors, developers and c-level executives in tech gathered at the Williamsburg Hotel in Brooklyn to participate in the inaugural Brooklyn Tech Week (BTW), a four-day, free conference where the focus is on blockchain technology, its current adoption so far, ...

2018 Midterm Elections

Where and How to Vote in the 2018 Midterms

Get ready to vote, Brooklynites. The 2018 midterm elections are taking place this Tuesday, November 6, and it may be the most important election in our lifetime. Various positions are on the ballot including U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives, governor, ...

East New York has a new community playground to get the kids and the neighborhood moving.

Student-Designed Playground Opens in East New York

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced on Tuesday the opening of a new student-designed community playground on East New York’s P.S. 213 New Lots School campus.  The new playground, located along Hegeman Avenue, features an athletic turf field, basketball courts, a ...

Flatbush took the top spot of NYC's most bedbug infested neighborhood.

Bedbugs Feel Particularly at Home in Flatbush, Study Finds

Flatbush residents are more likely to suffer a bedbug infestation than other New Yorkers, according to a new report by The report found that out of 1,000 renting households, 18.1 percent reported an infestation. Localize analysts examined bedbug-related violations ...

The interactive exhibit explores the history of redlining in New York City and highlights current social movements working to “undesign” the racist legacy

Brownsville Exhibit Reveals How Structural Racism Impacts Health

The Health Department's Center for Health Equity presents Undesign the Redline, an interactive exploration of NYC's history of redlining and its impact on public health, at the Brownsville Neighborhood Health Action Center through December 2018.  “We are proud to show the Undesign ...

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