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About: brooklyn, new york

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
Towns/Cities near brooklyn, new york : Crown Heights Sunset Park Dyker Heights Midwood Canarsie Bushwick Park Slope Boerum Hill

Brooklyn News
Ex-HSBC executive found guilty of fraud in US$3.5 billion currency trade

A U.S. jury on Monday found a former HSBC Holdings Plc executive guilty of defrauding Cairn Energy Plc in a US$3.5 billion currency trade in 2011. FILE PHOTO: Mark Johnson, a British citizen who at the time of his arrest was HSBC's global head of foreign exchange cash trading, exits following a hearing at the U.S. Federal Court in Brooklyn, New York, U.S. on August 29, 2016.

Police searching for creep who stalked kids, sent notes to home

Police are looking for a man who stalked two kids in Brooklyn and left a sinister note in the family's mailbox, authorities said. "Watch out.

Trying to sell Brooklyn properties? Stop construction and throw a party

In attempt to sell six new townhouses in Cobble Hill, Fortis Property Group decided to throw a party and invite potential buyers. Interior Marketing Group styled an unfinished unit, bringing in new furniture for the occasion, while Fortis stopped construction, according to the New York Times.

MILESTONES: October 23, birthdays for Pele, Nancy Grace, Caleb McLaughlin

On this day in 1938, the Brooklyn Daily Eagle front page reported that President Franklin D. Roosevelt named the construction of the Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel as a lead project for the Public Works Administration, calling it a "vital traffic link." PWA was a major-scale New Deal construction agency that focused on building essential infrastructure such as roads and urban centers.

I've lived in Brooklyn for 5 years - and these are my...

I've lived - and eaten - in Brooklyn for the past five years. Five years in one borough has been just enough time to pinpoint my go-tos and, unfortunately, see some of my favorite restaurants shutter.

Two teen girls were rescued from a Brooklyn 'trap house'

Two teenagers, who ran away from home last week, were found in a Brooklyn 'trap house' where they were being held captive by suspects who planned to pimp them out. Their alleged captors, Rudy Rocker, 18, Donald Jackson, 20, and Nebahate Derisa, 19, were arrested on attempted sex trafficking and other charges.

In Brooklyn, it's not all about the bridge

If business keeps taking you back to the same cities, do you spend your free time there revisiting the same old haunts and/or hanging around your hotel? For a bit of urban adventure, why not check out a city's up-and-coming hot neighborhoods that are loved by locals but still undiscovered by visitors? Travel publisher Lonely Planet solicited input from its experts and local contributors on the subject, and it came up with a list of uber-cool neighborhoods for trend-seeking travelers. Even if you're not a hipster, hopping an Uber to these off-the-beaten-path districts could at least make you sound kind of cool and in-the-know to your colleagues back home.

Keiko Tokunaga, David Wolf

Keiko Tokunaga and David Lincoln Wolf were married Oct. 16 by Joey Tai, a staff member of the New York City Clerk's office, at the Manhattan Marriage Bureau. On Oct. 15, Jennifer S. West, a close friend of the bride, led the couple in their vows at Linden Terrace of Fort Tryon Park in Manhattan.

Two missing teens saved from Brooklyn human traffickers: cops

A 14-year-old girl and a 15-year-old girl. who went missing from Ulster County on Tuesday, were found in a house on Snediker Ave. near Linden Blvd. in East New York on Oct. 21, 2017.

Woman thinks Russian beauty robbed, killed her mother

A glamorous seductress with a love for furs made a tactical error while driving through Russia. Seems, she forgot to hide the body of her alleged victim - who she had in the front seat of her rental car.

Brooklyn street renamed after NYPD cop shot dead 40 years ago

A Brooklyn cop killed in the line of duty nearly four decades ago has been immortalized Saturday on the street where he was fatally shot. The life and the legacy of NYPD Patrolman David Guttenberg was remembered as 86th St. between Seventh and Battery Aves.

A Brooklyn chemist's 1800s photos capture New York in motion

Wallace G. Levison was a chemist, inventor, and lecturer who founded the Departments of Mineralogy and Astronomy at the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences in the latter half of the 19th century. As the dawn of the 20th century approached, newer, more sensitive film emulsions were developed that allowed pictures to be taken with faster and faster shutter speeds.

In this July 8, 2004 file photo, a warehouse building known as

In this July 8, 2004 file photo, a warehouse building known as "5 Pointz" is shown with graffiti work from various artists from around the world, is visible between cars of an elevated subway train in the Queens, N.Y. Four years after the graffiti-covered warehouse was whitewashed, a jury will decide whether the street art deserved protection under the law. In this July 8, 2004 file photo, a warehouse building known as "5 Pointz" is shown with graffiti work from various artists from around the world, is visible between cars of an elevated subway train in the Queens, N.Y. Four years after the graffiti-covered warehouse was whitewashed, a jury will decide whether the street art deserved protection under the law.

Brooklyn ex-con who tried to shoot 2 cops busted for drug dealing

An ex-con on parole - who tried to shoot two cops in 2009 but failed when his gun jammed - has been arrested on drug dealing charges in Brooklyn, authorities said Saturday. Angel Rivera was cuffed Thursday after detectives learned he was allegedly dealing drugs out of a building on 73rd St. near 17th Ave. in Bensonhurst, according to Special Narcotics Prosecutor Bridget Brennan's office.

NYU Langone hires breast reconstruction surgeon

Women who have undergone mastectomies and are in need of breast reconstruction surgery will have more options at NYU Langone Hospital - Brooklyn, according to hospital officials, who announced the appointment of a surgical expert to join their staff. Dr. Alyssa Golas will provide advanced reconstructive surgery as well as cosmetic plastic surgery services as part of an expansion of the department, officials said.

Patria Frias-Colon gears up for general election, addresses Puerto Rico situation

Patria Frias-ColA3n won the Democratic primary seeking a seat on the Civil Court Bench. If she is elected in the general election in November, she will be the first Dominican-born to serve in such a capacity.

Brooklyn was well-represented at the 72nd Alfred E. Smith Dinner

Almost 2,000 guests packed the Hilton Midtown Hotel in anticipation of the 72nd Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner on Oct. 19. The evening is held in honor of Alfred E. Smith, the four-term New York governor, and the first Catholic to be nominated for president of the United States in 1928. This "white tie" celebration allows people from all political parties to let their hair down and enjoy a light-hearted evening with all proceeds benefiting Catholic Charities.

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