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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

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Made in NYC: Flavors only found in Brooklyn

Lauded as one of the best restaurants in Brooklyn, if not all of New York City, Williamsburg's Lilia is chef Missy Robbin's love note to pasta, which is handmade in house and served perfectly al dente in a small variety of beloved shapes. Lauded as one of the best restaurants in Brooklyn, if not all of New York City, Williamsburg's Lilia is chef Missy Robbin's love note to pasta, which is handmade in house and served perfectly al dente in a small variety of beloved shapes.

Made in NYC: Flavors only found in Brooklyn

Brooklyn's become a distinct dining destination with diverse flavors from institutions like Di Fara to trendy new eateries like Lilia and more food. Lauded as one of the best restaurants in Brooklyn, if not all of New York City, Williamsburg's Lilia is chef Missy Robbin's love note to pasta, which is handmade in house and served perfectly al dente in a small variety of beloved shapes.

This new show wants to watch Mississippians live in New York, and vice versa

Passersby walk along the Promenade in the Brooklyn Heights neighborhood as rain and clouds loom over lower Manhattan on Oct. 29, 2017, in New York. A New York production company is looking for a family who would move to Brooklyn, New York, for a few months - one semester - while a Brooklyn, New York, family moves to Brooklyn, Mississippi.

Common's ground: Celebrated rapper to headline annual...

Just announced: Rapper Common will headline the 40th-annual Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival hosted by arts-and-culture organization Bric with a June 5 performance. Rap superstar Common will headline the upcoming semi-free summer-concert series hosted by local cultural organization Bric, its bigwigs announced on Feb. 14. The Emmy, Grammy, and Oscar-winning performer wowed attendees of Bric's annual live-music event in 2016 when he took the Prospect Park Bandshell's stage alongside jazz legend Herbie Hancock, and producers pursued the Chicago-based poet ever since until he agreed to return, an organizer said.

Town Square's Annual Spring Egg Hunt 2018

SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 2018 11 AM, 12 Noon, 1 PM & 2 PM tbd Brooklyn 224 Franklin Street Greenpoint, Brooklyn Bring your own basket and join an old-fashioned egg hunt! Town Square's 7th Annual Egg Hunt is back at tbd Brooklyn's beautiful backyard ! Take your picture with the Easter Bunny and enjoy fun eggstacular crafts. Wear your very best Spring bonnet and join us at tbd Brooklyn.

LitFilm festival at Brooklyn Public Library explores the inner lives of writers

During the six-day LitFilm event, kicking off Tuesday, BPL will host free screenings of documentaries and experimental films that focus on various international writers. The films delve into the lives, writing process and oeuvre of American greats such as Arthur Miller, William S. Burroughs and Joan Didion, as well as international gems such as Japanese author Yukio Mishima and Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish.

The Arrest Was a Bust. The Officers Got Overtime Anyway.

Hector Cordero, a store clerk, interacted with customers inside J&C Mini Market in Bushwick, Brooklyn, this week. Mr. Cordero, 59, is involved in a federal court case that claims New York Police Department officers made unlawful arrests in order to boost overtime pay.

Dance Happenings in NYC 2/19 - "2/25

February is a short month but it's still chock full of artistic vibrancy in New York. Have you been inspired by any of the companies in town lately? PERFORMANCES This week, the Joyce presents Soledad Barrio & Noche Flamenca, through Feb 25. This heart-stopping company will be performing "Intimo," a series of short, emotive works created by Artistic Director Martin Santangelo and will be accompanied by live music! Come watch this incredible company push the boundaries of traditional flamenco.

NY: Dog on Subway Tracks Causes Delays on F Train in Brooklyn

Shelter adoptee Dakota, a bit worse for the wear after bolting onto the tracks at the Jay St. station, was briefly reunited Friday with her badlyshaken owner after her 4 p.m. retrieval by a subway employee. "I think she just got scared and ran," said owner Carolyn Francis, 27, after her injured dog was taken to the vet.

Second Federal Court Injunction Issued To Keep DACA In Place, Fate Remains Uncertain

Following January's ruling by Judge William Alsup in San Francisco , a second federal court has issued a nationwide injunction ordering the government to keep DACA in place. Judge Nicolas G. Garaufis of the US District Court in Brooklyn, New York ruled that the rescission of DACA was "arbitrary and capricious" and that the equities and reliance interests favored an injunction.

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More than 4 years later, this store now has "everything must go" "33% off liquidation sale" sign all over it. Some of the stuff I saw in there might have to be thrown out.

Squatter finds rotting corpse in Brooklyn house

A squatter found a rotting corpse in the basement of a boarded-up Brooklyn house Sunday afternoon, police sources said. A 911 call brought cops to the house, on Brighton 6th St. and Brighton Beach Ave. in Brighton Beach, just before 3:50 p.m. Inside, cops found the dried up body of a man, surrounded by drug paraphernalia, police sources said.

Using DNA to find missing persons

In this June 4, 2010 file photo, a criminalist examines for DNA evidence at a lab in the NYC Office of Chief Medical Examiner, Friday, June 4, 2010, in New York. In addition to handling local cases, New York City's medical examiner has been collecting the genetic material from families hunting for a lost relative in an effort to find a match with unidentified human remains found across the country.

With property tax, take from the middle and give to rich

The chances are that if you've spent enough time sipping coffee on Staten Island, or in any other outer-borough diner, you certainly overheard this conversation from a neighboring table, perhaps in the most emphatic of Queens baritone voices: "Can you buh-lieve ... that Bill de Blasio has a $2 million house in Park Slope and pays less tax than I do in my Kew Gardens semi?" Maybe it wasn't in a diner. It could have been around the table of an Annadale firehouse, or a teachers' lounge in Brooklyn.

Rye whiskey label draws on history of Hamilton

Packaging design for new rye whiskey brand Fort Hamilton is inspired by Alexander Hamilton's Hearts of Oak militia and includes a battle scene highlighted with custom finishes and materials Alex Clark Spirits has partnered with global strategic brand design agency Bulletproof to create the brand identity and packaging design for its new premium rye whiskey, Fort Hamilton, locally produced out of Brooklyn, NY. Alex Clark has big ambitions in the spirits category and approached Bulletproof with the opportunity to create a truly distinctive brand in the otherwise saturated world of craft and rye whiskeys.

Pa Pa Oa W opens its first solo exhibition with Chris Daze Ellis

P P O W is presenting the gallery's first solo exhibition with Chris Daze Ellis. Daily Commute features paintings, drawings, and pastels that reflect Daze's exploration of and reflection on New York City, a subject that has always permeated his work.

Review: Ensemble Connect @ Skidmore 2/16/18

Carnegie Hall's house band Ensemble Connect was back in Saratoga Springs this week for its 22nd semiannual visit. The concluding concert Friday night at the Zankel Music Center drew an unusually large crowd, a mix of all ages and musical acumen.

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