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Brooklyn, New York is located in Kings County. Zip codes in Brooklyn, NY include 11233, 11225, and 11249. More Brooklyn information.

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Bike sharing app 'Spinlister' gains ground in Brooklyn

Bike owners on 'Spinlister' can choose their own rates and period of time they want to rent out their bikes for.


2 hrs ago | The Brooklyn Paper


Icy resolve: Justin Warner was brave - or foolish - enough to dump an icy bucketful of Gowanus Canal water on his head to raise money for Lou Gehrig's disease research.


6 hrs ago | Switched

Brooklyn Gets A Biennial

One of the largest communities of artists in the United States finally has a biennial.


8 hrs ago | McBrooklyn

Brooklyn: Marchers for Palestine Demand Sanctions Against Israel

Pro-Palestinian activists called for sanctions against Israel on Wednesday as they rallied in Cadman Plaza Park in Downtown Brooklyn and set off over the Brooklyn Bridge.


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New York City Bucket List 2014

For those who have a bucket list , or are thinking about one, New York City is a place where you can check off many great experiences and add some new adventures.


Wed Aug 20, 2014


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It seems an outpost of Little Cupcake Shop is planning to open up on the corner of St. Marks and Vanderbilt that used to be Pena's bodega, come springtime.


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.


New York Post

Hipster-hating Brooklynite convicted in 400+ false 911 calls

Louis Segna outside court Wednesday after being convicted of convicted of faking emergency calls with tales of death and violence to combat local revelers.


Greenpoint Gazette

First Set of "Brooklyn Made," Products Announced

On Tuesday morning, the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce announced its first round of "Brooklyn Made," products - a range of items awarded varying degrees of certification - Gold, Silver, and Bronze - based on the percentage of production, the amount of product development, and the amount of product assembly that took place in the borough, as ... (more)


WNYC-AM New York

Short Stories Set in the Far Reaches of Brooklyn

Chiusano's stories delve into family, boyhood, sports, drugs, love, and all the weird quirks of growing up in a tight-knit community on the edge of the city.


Brooklyn only borough selected for National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey

Brooklyn will be the only borough taking place in a national health study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


Leader of Maritime International Drug Transportation Organization Arraigned in Brooklyn

August 18, 2014 - Earlier today, Jair Estupinan-Montano was arraigned at the federal courthouse in Brooklyn, New York, on charges relating to international narcotics trafficking.


Brooklyn Baby Book Features Foodie Trip to Smorgasburg and Kale Jelly

"Brooklyn Baby," a recently released children's book, depicts a day in the life of kids growing up in Brooklyn, complete with a visit to DUMBO's Smorgasburg where a bearded man sells pickled beets, carrots and cucumbers and "Marmalade Mama" serves free samples of kale jelly.



Gross Map Thing: Mapping the Dog Crap People Leave on New York City Streets

For years, this city has been ravaged by the Dog Poop Wars that have pitted neighbor against neighbor-with-dog.


San Bernardino County Sun

Gandolfoa s New York Delicatessen stacks up its sandwiches in Rancho Cucamonga

Gandolfo's, which first opened in Provo, Utah after the original owners moved west from New York, is a fusion of Italian and Jewish sandwiches, many of which will bring back memories to New York transplants.


Tue Aug 19, 2014

The Brooklyn Paper

EVENT: Battle of Brooklyn blasts off this weekend

But they also are not shy about gloating over the fact that the tactics the Americans picked up during the battle helped them eventually win the war.


Mystery solved: Amazing journey of wedding photos from 47 years ago, washed up during Hurricane Sandy (with photo gallery)

The fury of Hurricane Sandy and the kindness of two strangers from New Dorp Beach combined to reunite Patricia Conlon Kearns with over 50 black-and-white photographs taken 47 years ago on the day she married Paul Kearns, an immigrant from Ireland, in St. Francis Xavier R.C. Church in the Park Slope section of Brooklyn.


The Real Deal

Brooklyn developer looking to quietly unload UWS church: sources

A landmark Upper West Side church acquired in June by the sister of developer Ira Shapiro was immediately flipped to Brooklyn investor Joseph Brunner for about $42 million, The Real Deal has learned, and has now been quietly placed back on the market, according to multiple sources.


The New York Observer

A Tale of Two Boroughs: Bill de Blasio Rarely Visits Brooklyn GOP Strongholds

Mayor Bill de Blasio pledged to eradicate the tale of two cities, but if his public schedule is any indication, he may be creating a tale of two boroughs.


KNEK-FM Lafayette

Jennifer Hudson Joins Lineup of Fashion Rocks Special

The star-studded lineup for the special Fashion Rocks has just gotten bigger. Jennifer Hudson is the latest entertainer to be added to the bill for the September 9 event, which will air live from Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.



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