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According to the Daily News, a Brooklyn Heights man, Nick Johnson, 28, has caught all 142 of the pokemon available in the U.S. in the game Pokemon GO. The News  Read more

Adirondack Beat

Saturday, August 6th, 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Kristen (instead of Kyle) will spin Rhythm & Blues, Soul, Girl Groups, Instrumentals, Oldies, and more on 45 rpm

vinyl at The  Read more

Frank DiMatteo witnessed his first mob murder at the age of 5. It took place on the corner of Fourth Avenue and Union Street in Park Slope, Brooklyn, 20 feet  Read more

Frank DiMatteo witnessed his first mob murder at the age of 5. It took place on the corner of Fourth Avenue and Union Street in Park Slope, Brooklyn, 20 feet  Read more

A Brooklyn man snapped Friday night following years of alleged bullying by his longtime roommate, fatally stabbing him during a weekly family gathering, police sources said. Gregorio Arambulo, 61, plunged  Read more

A Brooklyn man snapped Friday night following years of alleged bullying by his longtime roommate, fatally stabbing him during a weekly family gathering, police sources said. Gregorio Arambulo, 61, plunged  Read more

It’s the weekend! What’s on your mind? Read more

From the web site for 461 Dean (with similar language for 535 Carlton):A NEIGHBORHOOD EMERGES461 Dean is the first residential building to open at Pacific Park Brooklyn, a new neighborhood  Read more

Brooklyn surrendered an early lead and gave up 14 hits as the IronBirds rallied for a late-game onslaught on Friday night at MCU Park. Read more. Read more

A man is suspected of stabbing his roommate to death in Brooklyn on Friday, police said. Cops say the two began fighting just after 7 p.m. at a barbecue at  Read more

The Eagle reports that Heights resident and National Book Award winner Daniela Gioseffi will speak on climate justice in a homily titled “Green World Rising” this Sunday, July 24 at  Read more

A $2 million lawsuit filed by a Queens man who was dubbed “Carlos the Booty Grabber” was tossed out Friday by a Brooklyn judge who didn’t buy his claims that  Read more

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Read more. Read more

Say goodbye to the late-night fries and gravy. One of the last classic Brooklyn diners is biting the dust — and soon they’ll all die off due to the state’s  Read more

In the latest Arts & Design section, the New York Times covers Brooklyn Historical Society’s exhibit Truman Capote’s Brooklyn: The Lost Photographs of David Attie, a show that “really captures  Read more

In the latest Arts & Design section, the New York Times covers Brooklyn Historical Society’s exhibit Truman Capote’s Brooklyn: The Lost Photographs of David Attie, a show that “really captures  Read more

This Sunday, July 24 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Target will hold an event at Pier 6, the pier nearest to the Atlantic Avenue entrance to Brooklyn Bridge Park,  Read more

This Sunday, July 24 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Target will hold an event at Pier 6, the pier nearest to the Atlantic Avenue entrance to Brooklyn Bridge Park,  Read more

Further to our earlier post concerning repair and resurfacing work on the Brooklyn Queens Expressway from July 19 to 30, we’ve now been advised by the Brooklyn Heights Association that  Read more

Further to our earlier post concerning repair and resurfacing work on the Brooklyn Queens Expressway from July 19 to 30, we’ve now been advised by the Brooklyn Heights Association that  Read more

Jessica Louis, 33, died during a physical-training exercise on Thursday afternoon, the Correction Department said on Friday. Read more

Jessica Louis, 33, died during a physical-training exercise on Thursday afternoon, the Correction Department said on Friday. Read more

New York City will be enveloped in a heat dome this weekend, which means that it’s time to abscond to The Beach (though we can’t promise you’ll find Leo DiCaprio  Read more

Norm Brodsky, the multi-millionaire entrepreneur who for years has stood between North Brooklyn residents and their dream of a 28-acre park at Bushwick Inlet, poured salt into the wounds of  Read more

Photo by Maria Spencer Silence is a true friend who never betrays. -Confucius Read more

Norman Brodsky, the owner of the former CitiStorage site, is celebrating, but it’s not exactly clear why. The public bid for his 27-acre property — long eyed by the city  Read more

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