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September 19, 2017
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Ferry Tickets? Subway Times? There’s An App for That!
by Zach Campbell (zach@brooklyneagle.net), published online 01-04-2012

By Zach Campbell
Brooklyn Daily Eagle

NY Waterways, operator of the East River and Hudson River ferries, has just launched a mobile app that will allow riders to buy tickets and view schedules, service advisories and route information. Users are also able {read more...}





The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of 2011
by Brooklyn Eagle (edit@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-30-2011

Love it or hate it, 2011 was the year the Atlantic Yards project really got under way. Construction has been moving rapidly on Barclays Center – future home of the Nets basketball team -- and the physical fact of the arena’s presence in the Brooklyn landscape began to overshadow the project’s use of eminent domain and other controversial development practices in the news coverage this year. But construction has not been without strife. (A so-called “rat tsunami” was one of {read more...}




Brooklyn’s Brownstone Belt Strapped on by Pioneers
by contributor (contributors@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-30-2011

Three Decades of Restoration Spread From Heights to Fort Greene

By Carl Blumenthal
Special to Brooklyn Daily Eagle

BROOKLYN — In a recent Brooklyn Broadside column, Dennis Holt looked forward to the benefits of such new or expanded developments as Brooklyn Bridge Park, Barclays Arena, the Brooklyn Navy Yard and the Coney Island amusement district.

Looking back on books about urban development in 2011, one especially comes to mind: The Invention of Brownstone Brooklyn: Gentrification and the Search for Authenticity in Postwar New {read more...}





Brooklyn’s Predictions for 2012
by Mary Frost (mfrost@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-29-2011

By Mary Frost
Brooklyn Daily Eagle

BROOKLYN — As we bid adieu to 2011, we turn to the future and ask: What could possibly happen next? Will the stock market skyrocket? Will the Nets win their first Brooklyn season? Will the city sell {read more...}





Kruger’s State Senate Seat: What’s Next?
by Paula Katinas (Paula.Katinas@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-22-2011

GOP Chair Pushes for Vote on Primary Day

By Paula Katinas
Brooklyn Daily Eagle

SOUTHEAST BROOKLYN — Now that Carl Kruger has resigned from the State Senate, the question {read more...}





Going From Zero Kids To Three, Overnight
by Mary Frost (mfrost@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-22-2011

Non-profit Group Helps Families Deal with Disaster

By Mary Frost
Brooklyn Daily Eagle

BEDFORD-STUYVESANT — One day Carla Chappell was a single East Harlem woman who enjoyed visiting her three young nieces in Bedford-Stuyvesant.

The next day she was the sole caregiver for those {read more...}





‘All-American Muslim’ Controversy Comes to B’klyn
by Zach Campbell (zach@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-20-2011

Protest and Boycott at Gowanus Lowe’s

By Zach Campbell
Brooklyn Daily Eagle

GOWANUS — A group gathered outside Lowe’s home improvement store in Gowanus last weekend in protest of a company decision that has sparked a national controversy. Lowe’s pulled its advertising from “All-American Muslim,” a TLC reality show, in response to complaints from the Florida Family Association, an ultra-conservative evangelical group that has gained attention for its anti-Muslim and anti-gay actions.

“All-American Muslim” depicts the everyday lives of five Muslim families in Dearborn, {read more...}





B’klyn Historical Society Launches Digital Exhibit on An Old Brooklyn Family
by Phoebe Neidl (phoebe@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-19-2011

P. Neidl
Brooklyn Daily Eagle

BROOKLYN — The Brooklyn Historical Society (BHS) has just launched a new exhibit that you can visit from the comfort of your own home.

“An American Family Grows in Brooklyn: The Lefferts Family Papers at Brooklyn Historical Society” tells the story of one of Brooklyn’s oldest families. Items from the collection span centuries of history, from when the Lefferts family first arrived in Flatbush in 1660 from the Netherlands.

The family came to own large tracts of property, not only in Brooklyn, but in Queens County, {read more...}





Diamond Tries New Tactic in Lawsuit vs. City
by Brooklyn Eagle (edit@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-16-2011

BROOKLYN — Robert (Bob) Diamond, the Brooklyn rail fan — whose tours of the long-unused 19th century tunnel under Atlantic {read more...}




Cries of ‘Shame’ Accompany Vote For Cobble Hill Charter School
by Mary Frost (mfrost@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-15-2011

By Mary Frost
Brooklyn Daily Eagle

QUEENS — The Panel for Educational Policy (PEP) voted late Wednesday to approve “co-locating” a Success Academy charter school inside a Cobble Hill building already occupied by three public schools.

Before the meeting, several hundred sign-waving {read more...}





Pastrami Egg Rolls From B’klyn ‘Chinese Food Maven’
by Associated Press (), published online 12-15-2011

Schoenfeld Fell in Love With Chinese Food

By Michael Hill
Associated Press

GREENWICH VILLAGE — RedFarm is a trendy Chinese restaurant full of quirks, like a menu featuring Pac-Man dumplings and pastrami egg rolls and a rustic decor more Americana than Mandarin.

But perhaps the biggest curiosity of all is the man working the front end of the restaurant on a busy weeknight — the guy who came up with RedFarm’s concept and is a reigning monarch of New York City’s Chinese food scene {read more...}





‘Green’ Locomotive Coming to Brooklyn
by Raanan Geberer (edit@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-14-2011

New Technology Will Improve Air Quality Along Freight Lines

By Raanan Geberer
Brooklyn Daily Eagle

NEW YORK — Two conventional freight locomotives — one that will operate on Brooklyn freight {read more...}





Set Money Aside For BQE Rehab, Sen. Squadron Says
by Paula Katinas (Paula.Katinas@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-14-2011

By Paula Katinas
Brooklyn Daily Eagle

BROOKLYN HEIGHTS — The state plans to pump $300 million into infrastructure repairs in New York City, and state Sen. Daniel Squadron (D-Brooklyn Heights) says some of that money should be used for the traffic-clogged Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (BQE).

Squadron called on Gov. Andrew Cuomo to use a portion of the funding to {read more...}





Markowitz Pushes To Revive Plans For Gowanus, BQE
by Paula Katinas (Paula.Katinas@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-13-2011

State: The Money Just Isn’t There

By Paula Katinas
Brooklyn Daily Eagle

BOROUGH HALL — Marty Markowitz doesn’t get discouraged easily.

In the wake of the New York State Department of Transportation’s (DOT’s) decision to scrap any long-term redesign plans for the elevated Gowanus Expressway and the portion of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (BQE) directly below Brooklyn Heights, Markowitz reached out to Gov. Andrew Cuomo to request his intervention to get things back on track.

The state DOT’s decision to drop plans to find long-term solutions to {read more...}





UFT Provides Buses To ‘Inaccessible’ Ed Panel Vote
by Mary Frost (mfrost@brooklyneagle.net), published online 12-13-2011

Fate of Several Brooklyn Schools To Be Decided

By Mary Frost
Brooklyn Daily Eagle

BROOKLYN — The New York City Department of Education’s (DOE’s) decision to move Wednesday’s controversial Panel for Educational Policy (PEP) meeting to a distant Queens location is final, DOE said {read more...}




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