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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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Top 5 Shows of the Weekend

A lot of people think that Memorial Day Weekend, heretoforth known as "MD-Dubs," is sort of a dead weekend here in Brooklyn. Lots of people travel, or at the very least, hit the area beaches for the long weekend, which has come to mark the unofficial start of summer.

Levin leads fight for emergency food funding

More than 1.4 million New Yorkers rely on food pantries and soup kitchens to feed their families, according to Councilmember Stephen Levin, who is leading a fight to convince the de Blasio administration to provide funding in the city budget for programs providing food for residents facing emergencies. On May 24, Levin was joined by several of his fellow City Council members and anti-hunger advocates at a rally outside City Hall to plead with Mayor Bill de Blasio to ensure that food programs will be adequately funded.

Brooklyn memorial Mass honors fallen NYPD heroes

Assistant Chief Steven M. Powers, commanding officer of Patrol Borough Brooklyn South, spoke about what it means to be a police officer and recognized the 19 families who had lost loved ones. Auxiliary Bishop of the Brooklyn Diocese James Massa officiated the Mass with assistance from Bishop of Brooklyn Nicholas DiMarzio, Rev.

3 federal prison guards, all Brooklynites, charged with sex abuse of inmates

A federal prison guard supervisor charged with repeatedly raping a female inmate who he knew spoke little English and would be turned over to immigration authorities was among three guards arrested Thursday in a prison sexual abuse scandal, authorities said. Carlos Richard Martinez, 47, of Brooklyn, a U.S. Bureau of Prisons lieutenant, could face life in prison if he is convicted of committing sexual attacks from December 2015 to April 2016 at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, according to court papers filed by Acting U.S. Attorney Bridget M. Rohde.

N.Y. man caught with stolen license plate with help of Brooklyn Bridge plate reader: cops

A Brooklyn man behind the wheel of a car displaying stolen license plates stolen was arrested after driving through the Holland Tunnel this morning, authorities said. The 36-year-old was charged with receiving stolen property and bail jumping after a Port Authority police officers stopped him near the tunnel's exit in Jersey City, Port Authority police spokesman Joe Pentangelo said.

Faith In Brooklyn for May 26

To emphasize the connection between physical and spiritual health, Maimonides Medical Center recently hosted a conference for Brooklyn clergy members to meet clinical leadership and become further acquainted with many of the groundbreaking healthcare services provided at Maimonides. The medical center is named for Moses Maimonides, who lived in the 12th century and is widely considered the greatest Jewish philosopher.

Memorial Day 2017 in Brooklyn

Brooklyn is always a terrific place to spend Memorial Day weekend. Whether you want to take in a parade, honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice, enjoy uplifting live music or just hang out around the barbeque, this borough has you covered.

Brooklyn Today May 26: Forget the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, Welcome ...

THE LEDE: Happy Memorial Day weekend, Brooklyn! In today's briefing, ProPublica journeys to Coney Island to investigate what was supposed to be a "humane alternative" to the city's psychiatric institutions , and delivers a grim reporta Then, BP Eric Adams has a stronger incentive than breakfast cocktails to advocate allowing the sale of alcohol at on Sundays, and WNYC delivers the scoop on that mysterious barge covered in greenery that's docked at Brooklyn Bridge Park . Meanwhile, the show goes on in the subways, Generation Z descends upon three neighborhoods in Brooklyn and tensions swirl around Oscar LA3pez Rivera and political firebrand Linda Sarsour .

Happy Ending Has Closed - and More Intel

Diamond Reef in Brooklyn, the Bar Room at the Beekman , Death & Co . , ROKC , Slowly Shirley , and Bar Goto make the cut for Jeff Gordinier's and Kevin Sintumuang's 24 Best Bars in America in Esquire today, with super curated suggestions for what to order.

Robbers in Disguise Beat NY Jewelry Store Owner, Steal $800K

A 67-year-old jewelry store owner was left beaten and bloodied after a gang of thieves attacked him and robbed his store in downtown Brooklyn on Thursday evening, police and law enforcement sources said. A law enforcement source says at least one of the four robbers dressed up in a construction vest and hard hat, while another is believed to have worn a coverall found discarded in the Borough Hall subway.

Shopkeeper injured in violent jewelry store robbery on Court Street in Brooklyn Heights

A 5 p.m. robbery of a jewelry repair shop on busy Court Street in Brooklyn Heights turned violent on Thursday when the robber savagely pistol whipped the shop's proprietor, tied his hands behind his back with zip ties and made off with piles of cash. Witnesses said that a man wearing a construction mask burst into Court Jeweler at 60 Court St., next to O'Keefe's Bar.

Deadline to enter Greenest Block in Brooklyn contest coming up fast

This weekend brings the unofficial start of summer, meaning it's time for organizations and civic groups to enter the 23rd Annual Greenest Block in Brooklyn Contest. Applications must be entered online by Thursday, June 1. Over the years, participating block associations and other organizations have spread swaths of green - enlivened by rosy reds, berry blues and pansy purples - across whole neighborhoods throughout the borough.

Man dies after being shot 7 times in Brooklyn

Police on the scene on Moore St. near Humbolt St. in Brooklyn where a man was shot seven times - he later died at the hospital. A 29-year-old man has died after being shot seven times during a clash in Brooklyn, officials said Wednesday.

Brooklyn Ballet Announces Roots & New Ground 2 Spring Season

Brooklyn Ballet announces its spring season, Roots & New Ground 2, sequel to its outstanding 2015 Roots and New Ground season. A multidisciplinary Dance Company rooted in ballet and dedicated to the vibrant diversity of both Brooklyn and the dance world, Brooklyn Ballet continues to present artists working in an array of movement forms.

Brooklyn DA Gonzalez Indecisive Over Puerto Rican Day Parade Controversy

Acting Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez - a member of the Puerto Rican Bar Association - is refusing to take a stand on the Puerto Rican Day Parade's controversial honoree, Oscar Lopez Rivera , the former leader of an extremist group believed to be responsible for the deadly bombing of Fraunces Tavern. Gonzalez - who became the borough's district attorney following the death of Ken Thompson last year - will not attend the parade, campaign spokeswoman Lupe Todd-Medina said, declining to comment on whether Gonzalez supports the choice of organizers to honor the FALN radical separatist.

Building superintendent charged with stealing over $18,000 from 8 apartment-seekers

A Cypress Hills man was charged with grand larceny and scheme to defraud Wednesday after he allegedly stole more than $18,000 from eight people by posing as a building management employee. Ruben Almeidas, 58, was arraigned before Judge Danny Chun at Brooklyn Supreme Court for grand larceny and scheme to defraud charges.

A Garden Is Bobbing off the Banks of Brooklyn

Swale, a floating garden on a barge, is free and open to the public to pick, plant and forage. It will be docked at Brooklyn Bridge Park until the end of June.

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