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Senior EPA officials finally kicked off the long-awaited dredging of the Gowanus Canal's Superfund Cleanup on Monday.
16/11/2020
Feds officially launch Gowanus Canal Superfund dredging

Senior EPA officials finally kicked off the long-awaited dredging of the Gowanus Canal's Superfund Cleanup on Monday.

Senior EPA officials finally kicked off the long-awaited dredging of the Gowanus Canal’s Superfund Cleanup on Monday.

While there are some issues with the stretch currently up for review, such as glare from oncoming traffic and lack of re...
16/11/2020
Planned work on southern Brooklyn Greenway ignores crucial cycling gaps: activists

While there are some issues with the stretch currently up for review, such as glare from oncoming traffic and lack of restrooms, many bicyclists would prefer to see the "Greenway Gap" closed first, Bike South Brooklyn Co-Founder Brian Hedden said.

City officials are planning to renovate a completed section of the Brooklyn Greenway between Bay Ridge and Coney Island

OPINION: "On some level, I think we all needed that joy just to be reminded that it's still possible."
16/11/2020
Opinion: Cynicism cedes to celebration • Brooklyn Paper

OPINION: "On some level, I think we all needed that joy just to be reminded that it's still possible."

The joyous relief spreading at President Donald Trump's defeat was the only good ”infectious” thing I can think of in 2020.

How has QAnon-supporting Republican garnered so many votes in Coney Island's heavily-blue Assembly district? A surging '...
16/11/2020
How did a Republican QAnon supporter get so many votes in a Democratic district?

How has QAnon-supporting Republican garnered so many votes in Coney Island's heavily-blue Assembly district? A surging 'red wave' and local political rivalries among Democrats could be responsible.

While Democrat Mathylde Frontus seems poised to eek out a victory in her re-election bid for Coney Island’s assembly seat, many locals are left wondering how the race ended up so close — with her QAnon-supporting Republican rival garnering significant vote share in the heavily blue district.

Prospect Park's Endale Arch reopened to the public after a five-year renovation that revealed the monument's original ar...
16/11/2020
Prospect Park's Endale Arch restored after 5 year project

Prospect Park's Endale Arch reopened to the public after a five-year renovation that revealed the monument's original architectural details.

Prospect Park’s Endale Arch reopened to the public after a five-year renovation that revealed the monument’s original architectural details.

ICYMI: Four indicted for Brownsville-based gun trafficking ring
15/11/2020
Four indicted for Brownsville-based gun trafficking ring • Brooklyn Paper

ICYMI: Four indicted for Brownsville-based gun trafficking ring

Four men, including a Metropolitan Transportation Authority conductor, were indicted on Thursday in connection with a gun trafficking ring that law enforcement officials allege brought firearms from southern states to the streets of Brownsville.

ICYMI: Lawsuit halts controversial Crown Heights rezoning
14/11/2020
Lawsuit halts controversial Crown Heights rezoning

ICYMI: Lawsuit halts controversial Crown Heights rezoning

A Kings County Supreme Court judge granted a temporary restraining order on Nov. 10 halting the certification of the controversial 960 Franklin Avenue rezoning after neighborhood activists filed suit.

ICYMI: State Sen. Kevin Parker joins race for city comptroller
14/11/2020
State Sen. Kevin Parker joins race for city comptroller

ICYMI: State Sen. Kevin Parker joins race for city comptroller

Flatbush Sen. Kevin Parker — who has a history of violent and aggressive outbursts — threw his hat in the ring to run for city comptroller in 2021.

ICYMI: Red Hook filmmaker shoots ‘Hudson Falls’ pilot while bending to COVID guidelines
14/11/2020
Filmmaker shoots ‘Hudson Falls’ pilot during COVID-19

ICYMI: Red Hook filmmaker shoots ‘Hudson Falls’ pilot while bending to COVID guidelines

Red Hook filmmaker Elias Plagianos managed to film his crime drama “Hudson Falls” while adhering to the state’s strict social distancing guidelines.

"The fact that DOT is striking the ground over there, and putting in meters, means we'll have to do it ourselves," said ...
13/11/2020
Locals propose plans for Meeker Ave after city's parking scheme

"The fact that DOT is striking the ground over there, and putting in meters, means we'll have to do it ourselves," said Greenpoint organizer Kevin LaCherra.

After locals panned a city metered parking scheme beneath the BQE in Williamsburg, activists have taken matters into their own hands.

A couple hundred street vendors marched on Nov. 12 to push the city to lift the cap of vendor permits issued each year a...
13/11/2020
Street vendors call on city to lift cap on permits

A couple hundred street vendors marched on Nov. 12 to push the city to lift the cap of vendor permits issued each year and to end police harassment of vendors.

Street vendors marched on Nov. 12 to push the city to lift the cap of vendor permits issued each year, and to end police harassment of vendors.

New York City parents should prepare for school closures due to a citywide spike in COVID-19 cases as early as Monday, s...
13/11/2020
Public schools could shutdown as early as Monday: de Blasio

New York City parents should prepare for school closures due to a citywide spike in COVID-19 cases as early as Monday, said Mayor Bill de Blasio.

New York City parents should prepare for school closures due to a citywide spike in COVID-19 cases as early as Monday, said Mayor Bill de Blasio.

Congress members Nydia Velazquez and Jerry Nadler are urging Gov. Andrew Cuomo to fund infrastructure improvements for a...
13/11/2020
Congress members urge Cuomo to fund Sunset Park offshore wind hub

Congress members Nydia Velazquez and Jerry Nadler are urging Gov. Andrew Cuomo to fund infrastructure improvements for a new offshore wind plant in Sunset Park.

Two Sunset Park Congress members urged Gov. Andrew Cuomo to fund infrastructure improvements for an offshore wind plant in Sunset Park.

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New York Budo Association will be holding a FREE sword class in Fort Greene Park – tomorrow 7:30 AM