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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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Donald Trump Jr., Sebastian Gorka to headline Brooklyn GOP gala

Two luminaries of the far right wing - the president's oldest son, Donald Trump Jr., and controversial former presidential adviser Sebastian Gorka - will headline the Brooklyn Republican Party's Spring Gala next month in the borough's GOP stronghold. Gorka will be a speaker at the $200-a-plate dinner at the Dyker Beach Golf Course on May 16, while Trump will attend an extra-price VIP reception prior to the dinner.

Step Afrika returns to Brooklyn this weekend

This year's production will include an excerpt from the Off-Broadway show "The Migration: Reflections on Jacob Lawrence," which tells the story of African-American migrants who moved from the South to the North in the early 20th century. While the group's usual Brooklyn venue is at the Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts in Flatbush, this season, Step Afrika! will perform at The Kumble Theater at 1 University Plaza.

A Scenic, Food & Art-Filled (Day or Weekend) Trip to Hudson,...

We've partnered with Silvercar , an app-based car rental service featuring premium Audis, to highlight awesome, food-centric weekend and week-long road trips from New York. I'm as prone to feeling antsy when I don't get out of the city every few months as I am to letting the usual excuses - no car, not enough time, too busy at work - get in the way of planning escapes.

Footage emerges of violent anti-Semitic assault in Brooklyn

In the video, the attacker jumps on the victim, 52-year-old Menachem Moskowitz, from behind in the Crown Heights neighborhood in Brooklyn, sending his hat and glasses flying into a nearby garden, beating him, pushing up against an iron fence and attempting to strangle him. "I turned around and I see that he's right behind me and he jumped me.

Brooklyn Today April 23: More Law Enforcement This Year Should...

Plus, the Brooklyn Museum hosts David Bowie themed dinners, there are too many men in China and India, and we introduce you to the man behind Trump's tweets. Finally, Southwest gives passengers on its disastrous flight $5,000, Michael Flynn is planning a comeback, and Natalie Portman pulls out of an Israeli award ceremony.

MTA: Delays on Verrazano-Narrows Bridge due to Brooklyn traffic traffic

Bumper to bumper traffic is stretching from the Brooklyn-bound side of the bridge to exit 8, near Graniteville, on the Staten Island Expressway, according to Google maps. The delays are due to "off-site" traffic in Brooklyn, according to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's website.

Reformer's road: Civic leaders vote to name Downtown street after black activist-journalist who lived there

Legacy preserved: Local civic gurus voted to co-name Gold Street between Myrtle Avenue and Willoughby Street after journalist and civil-rights advocate Ida B. Wells, who lived on the block back in the 1890s. A Downtown street may soon bear the name of a pioneering African-American journalist who settled in Kings County amid her career using the pen to fight racism and champion civil rights.

Low-overhead auto brokers are changing the game for traditional dealerships

Green and white balloons float above Jeep Wranglers and Dodge Explorers inside the Manhattan Jeep Chrysler Dodge Ram dealership on 11th Avenue near West 48th Street. In an adjacent outdoor lot, red-white-and-blue streamers flutter above used models.

Notorious Brooklyn neighborhood's murder-free streak ends

This year's record murder-free lucky streak in crime-riddled East New York ended Sunday when a man was fatally shot during a family argument, police sources said. Jahimel Gayle, 37, was found shot in the neck and shoulder inside a first-floor apartment on Hendrix Street near Sutter Avenue around 12 p.m. - the first homicide of the year for the Brooklyn neighborhood's 75th Precinct.

Postal Carrier Charged For Hoarding 10,000 Pieces Of Undelivered Mail In His Nissan Pathfinder

Authorities charged a U.S. Postal Service employee with detaining and delaying mail on Thursday, according to a complaint in federal court. The complaint said the employee stashed 17,000 pieces of mail because he was "overwhelmed" by how much he had to deliver, including 10,000 pieces in his Nissan Pathfinder.

With Michael Cohen investigation, Trump's 'fixer' becomes a danger

When Donald Trump won the presidency, his longtime attorney Michael Cohen seemed in position for a coveted spot in the senior ranks of the White House . At one point, Cohen topped a list of five candidates for White House counsel, according to documents reviewed by The Washington Post.

Firefighter who tweeted against Jews posted to ultra-Orthodox NY neighborhood

A firefighter who once tweeted against Jews, African-Americans and the poor has been assigned to a station in Borough Park, an ultra-Orthodox neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York, the New York Post reported Saturday. Joseph M. Cassano, 28, the son of a former Fire Department commissioner, Salvatore Cassano, was forced to resign from his post as a fire department medical technician in 2013 after exposure of a series of tweets he had written before being employed by the city that vilified Jews, blacks and women.

NYPD seeking potential suspect in disabled Guyanese man's murder

Police in New York are searching for this man, who may have killed Guyanese bus driver Otis James, in his Brooklyn home. The New York City Police Department has released an image which they say might be of the person who killed Otis James, a New York bus driver originally from Guyana.

'Smallville' actress Allison Mack's sex slave trafficking details exposed

UPDATE: Allison Mack pleaded not guilty, with her lawyer entering the plea on her behalf. She was "ordered detained by the judge," and there will be another hearing on Monday, April 23, 2018, according to John Marzulli, the Department of Justice Public Information Officer.

Op-Ed Contributor: A Man Set Himself on Fire. We Barely Noticed.

There is a white tree outside my window, with a pretty black bird on it. I don't know the name of the tree.

Presiding Justice Alan Scheinkman among honorees at Law Secretaries Association dinner

Justice Alan Scheinkman, presiding justice of the Appellate Division, Second Judicial Department, only arrived in Brooklyn four months ago and he's already proving to be popular in the legal community as he was among the honorees during Tuesday night's annual dinner of the Association of Law Secretaries. Scheinkman was honored alongside Hon.

Family's lawyer says civil rights charges unlikely in Garner death

A lawyer for the family of Eric Garner, the Staten Island man who died gasping "I can't breathe" in a racially charged 2014 police incident, said Friday he was pessimistic about federal civil rights charges being lodged after a report that they were meeting resistance at high levels of the Justice Department. "It's a never ending long line of maybes that will probably end up in their deciding not to bring a prosecution," said family lawyer Jonathan Moore of Manhattan.

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