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Bushwick Educators Speak Out Against Principal’s Alleged Toxic Leadership at I.S. 347

By: Megan McGibney Intimidation. Toxic leadership. Disrespect. Retaliation. These sharp words were used to describe Principal Neyva Rivera...

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Hetty Lui McKinnon Celebrated as 2024 James Beard Award Winner

By: Hannah Berman For most eaters, the word “salad” conjures a plate of leafy greens. Sometimes those greens might be freckled...

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Brooklyn Parents Debate City’s Strategy for Reducing Class Sizes

By: Megan McGibney As the public school year closes for students on Wednesday, some Brooklyn education advocates wonder whether children...

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Coney Island Mermaid Parade Triumphs Despite Scorching Heat

By: Tony Lipka The sun was blazing, but the mass of mermaids marched on. The 42nd annual Mermaid Parade was held on Saturday, bringing...

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From Strangers to Neighbors: Mixteca’s Role in Welcoming Immigrants to Brooklyn

By: Katey St. John Amidst all the struggles that immigrants face before and after arriving in the concrete jungle known as New York City,...

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Understanding Juneteenth: Its History and Significance

Wednesday, June 19, 2024, is Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day or Emancipation Day for African Americans. Juneteenth celebrates the...

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Locals Advocate for New Amenities, Including Food Stalls and Kayak Launches, at Sunset Park Pier 6

By: Christopher Edwards Sunset Park residents said they wanted an area for food vendors, and canoe and kayak launching pads, to be part...

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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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Experience the Stunning Hanging Garden Art Display in Bed-Stuy

Take part in the Hanging Gardens of Brooklyn, a travelling art installation, on the grass lawn within Herbert Von King Park starting on...

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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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