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Ken Hartog leans against a giant bust of President Lincoln marking the location of his North Dakota RV park and shopping development. Comment?
Many children in New York City, indeed in Brooklyn, are bilingual, no surprise there. Comment?
It's a Friday morning at the Jackie Robinson Playground on Malcolm X Boulevard in Bed-Stuy. A young man plays basketball in one of the courts. Comment?
Second graders in class at the Hellenic Classical Charter School in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Comment?
Rafael Codero, a public middle school in Cypress Hill, Brooklyn, is one of 22 public schools in New York City to be phased out due to it's weak performance. Comment?
Workers and customers of 'Gourmet Bakery and Sweets' in Brooklyn stare at the television, as a Urdu news channel airs results of 2013 Pakistan elections Inside 'Gourmet Bakery and Sweets' on Coney Island Avenue in Brooklyn, a small group was riveted by the television screen, where a private Urdu news channel was airing the results of the 2013 ... (more) Comment?
A Brooklyn woman was kicked off of an American Airlines flight after she refused to stop singing Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You". Margaret Gay, 50, was flying from Los Angeles to New York when passengers and stewards grew fed up with her warbling. Comment?
The Brooklyn district attorney's office will review 50 murder cases handled by retired Brooklyn detective Louis Scarcella, after investigators found he relied on a drug-addled prostitute as an eyewitness for multiple murder prosecutions, and reported confessions from suspects who later denied saying them. Comment?
The Brooklyn Ink last month sent the same set of questions to each of the city's 10 mayoral candidates. Comment?
Four hospitals in Brooklyn - Long Island College Hospital, Interfaith Medical Center, Brookdale Medical Center and SUNY Downstate Brooklyn - may close in a year if the state doesn't come up with enough funds to save them, Gov. Comment?
On last Friday's tour, Jeffrey Stirewalt took his group to Flatbush, where they visited Erasmus High School, Loews' Kings Theater, and a Dutch Reformed Church. Comment?
As part of its consolidation plan for its East New York plant, the United States Postal Service will be sending local mail to Manhattan for sorting before sending it back to Brooklyn for delivery starting in the fall. Comment?
The Chicago Bulls beat the Nets 99-93 at the Barclays Center Saturday preventing the Brooklyn team from advancing onto the second round of the NBA playoffs. Comment?
A coalition of community groups and unions have filed a lawsuit in attempt to stop construction at City Point in Downtown Brooklyn on charges that construction workers are being paid poverty-level wages. Comment?
A Pit Bull mix, who spent a year on death row after biting a young girl, has been granted amnesty. Comment?
The hairdresser who gave Rihanna her iconic red hair intends to open a hair salon in Fort Greene this month. Comment?
The 255-pound wreckage believed to be from a plane that flew into the Twin Towers on 9/11 was removed from lower Manhattan by the NYPD today to their property clerk's office in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Comment?
The city is launching a new program to promote breastfeeding in Brooklyn and is offering a $70,000 salary to anyone interested in managing it. Comment?
State officials will meet with politicians from Brooklyn this Thursday to discuss the future of Long Island College Hospital. Comment?
A Brooklyn man could be jailed for contempt of court, after refusing to testify before a federal grand jury that may be looking into the Times Square bombing of 2008. Comment?