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Cannabis Education Program Coming to Brooklyn’s Medgar Evers College in Crown Heights

Brooklyn’s historic Medgar Evers College (MEC), celebrating over five decades of advancing knowledge, social justice, and...

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Congratulations to East Brooklyn Resident Ojo Olukayode for Being the Rising Ground Employee of the Year

Rising Ground Inc., a leading nonprofit human services organization in New York City that annually serves more than 25,000 children,...

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The Black Business Network Helping to Sustain Black Owned Businesses Including Those in East New York

Covid-19 dealt a heavy blow to Black-owned businesses: it is estimated that less than half will survive the crisis. In the wake of the...

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East New York Community Leaders Address Gun Violence

By Jason Linetsky Community leaders, non-profit organizations, tenant associations and elected officials as well as representatives from...

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Brooklyn’s Own 9 DeKalb Avenue Supertall Skyscraper and The 10 Trivia Tidbits You Should Know About the Development

When it comes to iconic skylines showcasing the soaring structures of our most ambitious and eye-pleasing manmade design and construction,...

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A Lot Of Trust In East New York’s Future

By Jason Linetsky Gentrification, the fear of public housing privatization, and the lack of affordable housing has led to a novel idea of...

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Affordable Housing Lottery Open for 254 Units At The Caton Flats at 800 Flatbush Ave. With Rents Ranging from $567 to $3,452 Plus New Flatbush Caton Flea Market

The Caton Flats is a brand new 14 story luxury new development rental, located at 800 Flatbush Ave., featuring beautifully designed...

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Alloy Development Moving Forward With Big Plans for Downtown Brooklyn

by Bill Bernal Approximately four years in the planning, Alloy Development is energetically moving forward on one of their most ambitious...

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Starrett City Gets $140 Million for Capital Improvements and Repairs To Ensure Affordability Through 2069

Today Governor Andrew Cuomo announced an agreement with the owners of Starrett City, also known as Spring Creek Towers, to ensure the...

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The Winner of the City Council Race in East New York Between Charles Barron and Nikki Lucas Will Be Decided With Ranked Choice Voting

It looks like Ranked Choice Voting will decide the final outcome of the City Council race in East New York, in the 42nd District. With 99%...

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