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Brooklyn, a borough in New York, is home to a variety of ethnicities and cultures. The majority of residents in Brooklyn are of African or Caribbean dissent. The diversity found in Brooklyn can be attributed to the flooding of immigrants from all over the world during the mid 1800s. There is also an incredibly large Jewish community in the city. The Brooklyn Bridge is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the US. It connects the boroughs Brooklyn and Manhattan, which are separated by the East River.

Population: 2465326
Local Newspapers: Brooklyn Community News Brooklyn Daily Eagle New York Times
Local Sports Teams: Brooklyn Nets (NBA) New York Giants (NFL) New York Islanders (NHL) New York Jets (NFL) New York Knicks (NBA) New York Liberty (WNBA) New York Mets (MLB)
Local Colleges: Brooklyn College Medgar Evers College Brooklyn Law School Long Island University

Zip Codes associated with brooklyn, new york: 11201 11203 11204 11205 11206 11207 11208 11209 11210 11211 11212 11213 11214 11215 11216 11217 11218 11219 11220 11221 11222 11223 11224 11225 11226 11228 11229 11230 11231 11232 11233 11234 11235 11236 11237 11238 11239
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Crime novelist writes a gripping mystery set in Brooklyn

Crime novelist Katia Lief has lived in Boerum Hill Brooklyn for 21 years, and Carroll Gardens before that. She says that after she graduated college, rent was cheap, and it was a good place for aspiring writers to give their work an honest chance.

Eric Gonzalez officially sworn in as Brooklyn's district attorney

Eric Gonzalez was officially sworn in as Brooklyn district attorney during a posh ceremony in Brooklyn on Sunday which makes him the first Hispanic DA in the borough and state. "Growing up, my dream was to serve as an assistant district attorney in the Brooklyn DA's Office," Gonzalez said.

City says fewer suspects from Brooklyn housed in jails

A recent announcement from Mayor Bill de Blasio about the decrease in the inmate population in city jails also had notable information pertaining to Brooklyn's contribution to the downward trend, according to officials who crunched the numbers and found some interesting results. In December, de Blasio announced that the population in New York City's jails has fallen to historic low levels.

Sketches of Court: Absent defendant faulted for traffic accident

In this courtroom sketch, Hon. Richard Velasquez listens as plaintiff's attorney Michael Binder , trial counsel, makes his opening remarks in the summary jury trial The September 2012 motor vehicle collision occurred in opposing traffic on Park Avenue in Brooklyn, when Johnstan Joseph's car was struck by a vehicle making a left turn onto Taaffe Place.

Author takes a nostalgic look at pre-gentrification Brooklyn

Author and practicing psychoanalyst Jeremiah Moss maintains a blog called "Jeremiah's Vanishing New York" where he chronicles the shuttering of popular small businesses in rapidly gentrifying areas of New York City. Many of these beloved supermarkets, bodegas and restaurants are located in Brooklyn.

Brooklyn Today January 22: Former Brooklyn Heights Library Site, Pier 6 Developments Move Ahead

Plus, a 5-foot-long tapeworm comes out of a man in California, Los Angeles Times employees vote to unionize, and congestion pricing could be coming to Manhattan. Finally, the Netherlands gets hit with 90-mph wind gusts, England's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson wants to create a bridge between the U.K. and France, and President Trump has a 64 percent chance of being impeached before the end of his term, according to British bookmakers.

A Day In the Life of a 12- (Almost 13!) Year-Old Brooklynite

Register to become a member today. You'll get the essential information you need to do your job better, including We asked a Gen Z sample size of one to break down an average day in terms of the tech and media she consumes.

Note-passing fiend swipes green from Boerum Hill bank

Caught on camera: Police are searching for this man, who they say stole money from a Flatbush Avenue bank on Jan. 17. Cops are searching for a crook who stole cash from a Flatbush Avenue bank on Wednesday, just days after a string of robberies at three other North Brooklyn banks . The lout marched into the Chase Bank between Nevins and Livingston streets a little after noon and slipped a teller a note demanding the money, officials said.

In short 'Supply': Downtown's Court Street Office Supply to close next month

A Court Street office-supply shop where this newspaper's reporters once stocked up on their trusty note pads is closing next month. The family-run Court Street Office Supply opened in America's Downtown in 1982 and quickly became the go-to place for workers at Borough Hall, the Kings County Supreme Court house, and other nearby government buildings to pick up their pencils, pens, and paper, its owner said.

In Protests, a Hint of the Fight to Come Over Congestion Pricing

During the last decade or so, whenever a new congestion pricing or toll plan has been proposed by Albany or City Hall, Assemblyman David I. Weprin has often organized rallies to criticize it. But when Mr. Weprin, a Democrat who represents part of Queens, appeared on Sunday with other borough officials to protest the latest plan to charge drivers entering Manhattan , he was greeted by something unusual: two dozen transit advocates trying to drown him out with chants of "fix the subway" and hoisting signs like "David Weprin creates congestion."

Brooklyn's Joyva Has A Helluva Halvah Story

My grandfather used to introduce himself this way: "I'm Danny Oringel and I'm in coffee." He was from a time and place where you didn't "work" at something, you were "in" something.

Super Troopers 2 Gets A New Red-Band Movie Trailer

The sequel that's been 17 years in the making is finally making its way to theaters this April. Check out the new red-band trailer for "Super Troopers 2" above: Five wacky state troopers must set up a new highway patrol station as the United States and Canada dispute the location of the border.

Kownacki: I Made The Fight A lot Harder Than I Should Have

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York - In the opening bout of the Showtime televised card, undefeated Adam Kownacki delivered a brutal knockout of Iago Kiladze at 2:08 of the sixth round of their heavyweight matchup. Kownacki, born in Lomza, Poland but fighting out of Brooklyn, New York, enjoyed the support of his hometown crowd as he steadily wore Kiladze down.

Fortuna: The Public Booed Because They Know I Beat Easter

Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York - Undefeated 135-pound world champion Robert Easter earned a split decision victory over former world champion Javier Fortuna in the co-main event of the SHOWTIME telecast. The judges scored the bout 114-113, 113-114 and 115-112.

Victoria Chan, Stephen Okin

Victoria Chan and Stephen Davis Okin were married Jan. 20 at 26 Bridge, an events space in Brooklyn. Francesca Martinelli, a Universal Life minister, officiated.

Sex And The State House? Cynthia Nixon Says 'Maybe' To Challenging Cuomo

Cynthia Nixon, known for playing Miranda on the HBO series "Sex and the City," is now giving a definite "Maybe" regarding a possible primary challenge to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo after speculation began this past summer. Nixon gave the "Maybe" comment on Thursday to NY 1 at an event in Brooklyn encouraging women to be politically active.

Drastic rise in flu across New York; Hospital beds filling up

Cases of influenza shot up dramatically over the past weeks across New York, and the illness is sending New Yorkers to the hospital in record numbers. According to the state Department of Health , cases of influenza across New York rose by 54 percent over the week ending Jan. 13. At least 1,606 infected New Yorkers were hospitalized that week - the highest weekly number since DOH reporting began in 2004, the state reports.

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