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Pitkin Avenue, Zion Triangle Plaza in Brownsville to be Revamped

Pitkin Avenue, Zion Triangle Plaza in Brownsville to be Revamped

There are plans to develop Pitkin Avenue and Zion Triangle with public input, the Pitkin Avenue BID said.
Brooklyn Public Library's Rikers Outreach Worker Wins Pulitzer

Brooklyn Public Library's Rikers Outreach Worker Wins Pulitzer

Medar de la Cruz works for BPL's Justice Initiatives program.
After 20-Yrs, a Park Marking The Abolitionist Movement in BK Opens Downtown

After 20-Yrs, a Park Marking The Abolitionist Movement in BK Opens Downtown

"It's a pinch-worthy moment," said Regina Myer, president of the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership.
Beloved Prospect Heights Eatery Fears Closure Due to Open Streets Program

Beloved Prospect Heights Eatery Fears Closure Due to Open Streets Program

A neighborhood staple is sounding the alarm about the downsides of the pandemic-era program.
Outcry in Clinton Hill Over City Inaction on Shelters

Outcry in Clinton Hill Over City Inaction on Shelters

Many residents want a much larger involvement from the city, and for smaller shelters to be set up around the five boroughs.
Over 270K BK Households Could Lose Federal Broadband Benefit, Report Says

Over 270K BK Households Could Lose Federal Broadband Benefit, Report Says

The nonprofit group Center for an Urban Future is urging Congress to reauthorize funding.
Apply to Reisenbach's Nonprofit Grant, Mentorship Program

Apply to Reisenbach's Nonprofit Grant, Mentorship Program

The deadline is August 15, 2024.
Go to Asase Yaa's Impact And Excellence Awards on May 14

Go to Asase Yaa's Impact And Excellence Awards on May 14

Award winners include Atiba Edwards, Cheryl Todmann, Sheena Wright and Malik Yoba.
BK Congregations Open House on May 18, 19

BK Congregations Open House on May 18, 19

There are six Brooklyn houses of worship that will open its doors to visitors.
Residents Lament The Forced Closure of Youth Tennis Program at Jackie Robinson Park

Residents Lament The Forced Closure of Youth Tennis Program at Jackie Robinson Park

High-Quality Tennis, which has been running a popular tennis program for five-years, lost its Parks concession to a higher bidder.