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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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North Carolina clerk fired after allegedly beating robber

The majority of the nation will be enjoying a quiet and tranquil Thanksgiving with sunshine spreading across nearly the entire nation -- including the Sout... -- Five hundred students stand in front of the school's main gate. With determined attitude, they take off their school uniform jackets, raise their fists in the ai... - Deere & Co's shares surged on Wednesday after the equipment maker beat quarterly earnings estimates and predicted further improvements in the coming y... Lincoln, NE.

High-flying photog's parents fight Instagram for account access

The family of a daredevil photographer killed last year wants to honor his legacy online - but they got an Insta-no from Instagram, where the photographer's work is posted, relatives said Tuesday. Now Christopher Serrano's parents are fighting the social media photo-sharing site, trying to get the rights to use the deceased 25-year-old shutterbug's account.

Adams pushes statue commission to honor minorities

The commission appointed by Mayor Bill de Blasio to look into whether the city should tear down statues and monuments that pay tribute to controversial historical figures should also be focusing its attention on erecting memorials honoring underrepresented groups like immigrants, the LGBTQ community and people of color, according to Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, who submitted written testimony to the blue-ribbon panel's hearing. The Mayoral Advisory Commission on City Art, Monuments and Markers held a hearing at Borough Hall on Nov. 21 to seek public input on which of the city's statues and monuments should stay and which should go.

Britten Sinfonia bring jazz and world premieres to Norwich lunch hour concerts

Britten Sinfonia's At Lunch series brings world class musicians performing premieres by internationally recognised composers to Norwich, all in your lunch hour. The new season begins this week with a jazz groove.

Podcast: This Trait Is Helping One Beauty Entrepreneur Build...

How Success Happens is a podcast featuring polar explorers, authors, ultra marathoners, artists and more to better understand what connects dreaming and doing. Linda Lacina, Entrepreneur.com's managing editor, guides these chats so anyone can understand the traits that underpin achievement and what fuels the decisions to push us forward.

Four honored from Brooklyn legal community with Milton Mollen Award

A pair of clerks from Brooklyn led the slate of honorees last Wednesday as the NYS Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Second Department, held its 7th annual Milton Mollen Commitment to Excellence Awards ceremony. "This is a special recognition of the career of our esteemed and former presiding Justice Milton Mollen," said Hon.

Brooklyn Today November 22: Protests Start Over Bed-Stuy Cafe Not Giving Candy to Black Children

Plus, there may be a way to detect serial killers, a mysterious object flies past the sun, and ISIS threatens to kill Barron Trump . Finally, London buses use coffee for fuel, rapper Nelly will perform at a male-only show in Saudi Arabia, and President Trump pardons two turkeys.

Men in black: Thousands of Jewish scholars gather for photo in Crown...

Some 5,600 ultra-Orthodox rabbis belonging to a Brooklyn-based religious organization met in Crown Heights on Sunday to pose for an annual class photo, setting the record for the largest gathering of Jewish leaders ever, according to a rep for the faith-based group. "It was the largest gathering of rabbis - period," said Rabbi Motti Seligson, a spokesman for Chabad Lubavitch, which extols the values of Hasidism to followers and potential converts.

MILESTONES: November 22, birthdays for Scarlett Johansson, Billie Jean King, Jamie Lee Curtis

The child had been threatened with bodily harm if she was not returned to her mother, also named Gloria , who was deemed unfit to have custody because of her partying. Young Gloria's aunt, the wealthy philanthropist Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, was also fighting for the child's custody.

Photos: Autumn splendor at Green-Wood Cemetery

Famed Green-Wood Cemetery is a fine place for leaf peeping. And it's not too late to take your own autumnal walk among the tombstones if you haven't yet had a chance to do so.

Witness: Men accused of bribes negotiated sale to Qataris

A sports marketing company whose owners have been charged with bribing top soccer officials tried to negotiate a sale to an entity associated with Paris Saint-Germain team president Nasser Al-Khelaifi, a witness testified Tuesday in federal court. As the second week of testimony finished in the trial of three former presidents of South American governing bodies, the son of the ex-head of Ecuador's soccer federation gave an emotional account of how he laundered $2.8 million for his father, who is under house arrest in Quito after receiving a 10-year sentence for corruption.

Brooklyn DA to open winter and spring internship programs

The Brooklyn District Attorney's Office will be accepting applications starting Nov. 27 for mid-winter and spring internship programs for current high school juniors and seniors living in Brooklyn, officials said. Selected students will work with assistant district attorneys and other DA staff on legal research and analysis, pretrial matters, case preparation, organizing court documents and file maintenance.

Faith In Brooklyn for November 21

The Rev. David F. Telfort was installed as pastor of the Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church last week in a joyous liturgy that packed the sanctuary.

Video: Check Out Trailer for The First We Take Brooklyn

FIRST WE TAKE BROOKLYN, starring Danny A. Abeckaser, AnnaLynne McCord, Harvey Keitel, Charlotte McKinney, Edoardo Ballerini and Kathrine Narducci, brings grit and drama to the big screen in a feature film showcasing the dark life faced by the lead character upon return to his hometown of Brooklyn, following an intense Israeli prison stint. Directed by Abeckaser as his directorial debut, and co-written by Abeckaser with actor and producer Jon Carlo, Abeckaser was compelled and determined to direct and star in the crime drama himself, to ensure the story was portrayed exactly how he envisioned it.

Ramada Inn killer may be sentenced soon, judge says; retrial likely in kids' deaths

Convicted killer Michael Sykes may find out in just over three weeks how much longer he's going to remain behind bars. Justice Mario F. Mattei said at a conference Monday in state Supreme Court, St. George, he might sentence Sykes on Dec. 14, the next court date, on his conviction earlier this month of second-degree murder for slaying his girlfriend Rebecca Cutler, 26, on Feb. 10, 2016, in the Ramada Inn in Willowbrook.

Pheasant opens in Williamsburg, Littleneck Grand has closed

Now that winter is approaching, new openings have slowed down a bit in North Brooklyn. Defying the trend, Pheasant opened last week just off the Graham Avenue stop.

Ariel Property Advisors sells 6-unit multifamily building in Bushwick for $1.49 million

Ariel Property Advisors facilitated the sale of 231 Stanhope Street, a multifamily building in the rapidly appreciating Brooklyn neighborhood of Bushwick. The 6-unit property sold for $1.49 million.

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