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Atlantic Yards Report
Bruce Ratner again gives to AG Schneiderman campaign and Kings County Democrats
From the latest round of campaign finance filings , we learn that Atlantic Yards developer Bruce Ratner contributed $5,000 in July--as did his wife, Dr. Pamela Lipkin--to the re-election campaign for Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, Those $5,000 sums are larger than most of Schneiderman's many recent contributions, but smaller than dozens of ... (more)
The Brooklyn Paper
Branding Brooklyn: Brooklyn Made: The mark of greatness
Charmed: Chrisie Canny's company FurtuneKeeper makes key chains, necklaces, and other charms that have a picture one side and a place to put your own inpsiring message on the other.
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I taught this kid in second grade -- he was a really good, sweet kid. Breaks my heart, glad he is stable at Kings county.
The Real Deal
A Barclays Center DNC could produce windfall for the city
If the Democratic National Convention were held in Brooklyn's Barclays Center, it would likely produce a windfall for the city's economy, according to Crains.
Families Scammed by 'Bogus' Sunset Park School Get Their Money Back
Victims scammed by a Brooklyn couple who claimed to teach English through "missionary-type schools" will get their money back, officials announced Monday.
Pat Shingleton: "Michael Arrives..."
Events on this date include Tropical Storm Bret, in 1993, hitting Venezuela with 100 casualties.
The Brooklyn Paper
Roughing it: If the big industrial lot near New Jersey does not pan out, there is a lot of space elsewhere on Staten Island where Brooklyn Brewery could set up shop.
Kings County Saloon - now open in Bushwick
If you miss Bushwick's short-lived 1 Knickerbocker or the former staple Kings County Bar, they're BOTH back.
Guilty plea in shooting of rookie NYPD officer
A Brooklyn man has pleaded guilty to shooting a rookie police officer who confronted him for boarding a bus without paying fare in February.
How to jumpstart tourism on Staten Island
I had the pleasure of talking with George W. Fehling one day last week. You and I know there are many interesting folks on our Island -- "go-getters," we used to call them.