Shifting Tides in Dining: Outback Steakhouse Closes at Gateway Mall, Red Lobster May Follow

In a significant shift for the dining landscape of East New York, Brooklyn, Outback Steakhouse has officially closed its doors at Gateway...

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Health Festival Focused on Black Men’s Health This June 8

By: Christopher Edwards For the third year, Brooklyn nonprofit Heart, Body & Soul will host the Black Man’s Health Festival...

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From Brooklyn to Ghana- Brownsville Teens Set For 10-Day Trip

By: Brianna Robles Picture this: You’re in high school and you’re afforded the opportunity to travel across the world alongside some of...

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Groundswell Transforms NYC with Meaningful Street Art Murals

By: Katey St. John Walking along the streets of Brooklyn, each building has a unique story blooming inside. Many times, however, these...

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Renewable Energy Pioneer Awarded to Brooklyn SolarWorks CEO

T.R. Ludwig, chief executive officer of Brooklyn SolarWorks, was recognized in April for his contributions to the state’s transition to...

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Gowanus Development Advances, Navigating Flood Risks and Steering Canal Cleanup Strategies

By: Shenal Tissera For decades, Gowanus was home to manufacturers and oil companies that dumped their waste into the Gowanus Canal, turning...

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Offshore Wind Program And Job Training to Kickstart Economic Development in Brownsville

Brooklyn community stakeholders on Friday celebrated the May launch of the Brooklyn Youth Offshore Wind Training program, a workforce...

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203 Affordable Apts Available in East New York With Rents Ranging from $465 – $2,439 per Month

Nehemiah Spring Creek Phase 4C is a newly constructed development comprised of 30 buildings located in East New York in the Gateway Center...

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East New York, Brownsville to See Affordable Housing Increase with $250M State Funding

Governor Kathy Hochul is offering $412 million in bonds and other financial subsidies to expand housing supply, including for two major...

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Income Requirements of $90,240 – $227,630 For Affordable Housing in Brownsville Hits New Highs

We all know that “affordable” housing is not a real thing in New York City, but this newly announced “affordable...

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