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Maimonides Tenants Continue to Protest Evictions, Building Disrepair

Maimonides Tenants Continue to Protest Evictions, Building Disrepair

Maimonides staff, neighbors say hospital pushing them out despite decades of service
Brooklyn Public Library Staff Unveils Its Favorite Books of 2023

Brooklyn Public Library Staff Unveils Its Favorite Books of 2023

Consisting of over 100 literary works, the list was compiled by BPL's roster of librarians and other staff members
Camber Property Group, Riseboro Close On $75M Brooklyn Project

Camber Property Group, Riseboro Close On $75M Brooklyn Project

1601 DeKalb Avenue in Bushwick will feature 127 units of affordable housing for both low and moderate income levels
Music and Dance Camps Available for Kids During Mid-Winter, Spring Break

Music and Dance Camps Available for Kids During Mid-Winter, Spring Break

Mark Morris Dance Center is partnering with the Brooklyn Music School (BMS) to offer The Music and Dance Experience
Institute for Community Living Celebrates the Holidays With Clients

Institute for Community Living Celebrates the Holidays With Clients

The party was attended by over 50 clients with serious behavioral health challenges and housing insecurity
New York Liberty Complete 2nd Annual 'Season Of Giving' Campaign

New York Liberty Complete 2nd Annual 'Season Of Giving' Campaign

Initiative supports team's 'pillars of social responsibility': Growing youth basketball, embracing young women, championing unity, and promoting pride
'Little Slice of Heaven': Agreement Offers Pathway to 4-Year Degree

'Little Slice of Heaven': Agreement Offers Pathway to 4-Year Degree

Medgar Evers College to give Onondaga Community College students who meet specific requirements a route to a bachelor’s degree program and financial support
100 New Laptops Donated to Anti-Violence Community Organization

100 New Laptops Donated to Anti-Violence Community Organization

Spectrum hosts digital literacy event with Elite Learners featuring House Democratic Leader Hakeem Jeffries
Brooklyn's High School Seniors Shine in Annual College and Career March

Brooklyn's High School Seniors Shine in Annual College and Career March

More than 100 students marched in Carroll Gardens Friday to celebrate their hard work and bright futures.
Two Brooklyn Nonprofits Receive $250K to Address Wealth Divide

Two Brooklyn Nonprofits Receive $250K to Address Wealth Divide

The Laundromat Project and COOP Careers will each be awarded a grant to support their respective initiatives from MetLife Foundation.