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Historically an enclave for Polish immigrants, Greenpoint has become a haven for those fond of whiskey, craft beer and after-hours hotspots. Here are six of the neighborhood’s...

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“We don’t have anything like this in Italy," said filmmaker Marco Napoli about the free media education courses offered by BRIC, the leading presenter of...

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A new wave of African-American entrepreneurs are taking Brooklyn's booming food scene by storm. And if you’re in the mood for Southern or Caribbean comfort food (think oxtail...

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The French love Brooklyn. Reportedly about 20,000 expats call the borough home. That explains the influx of Parisian-style bakeries, cafes and bistros, which suits Brooklyn’s...

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Although you can discover new music or listen to your favorites on your phone, there’s no substitute for watching solo acts and bands rock out live. Whether...

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(Updated - Nov 28, 2016) When Duane Reade and Party City just won’t do, special occasions call for unique greeting cards, custom invitations, and fancy...

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When you’re making your holiday gift list and checking it twice, don’t forget the stocking stuffers. Thanks to our friends at By Brooklyn, stocking...

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When you're shopping for furniture in Brooklyn, you have a lot of options. Carefully curated antique stores rub shoulders with warehouses full of hidden treasures....

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The food and beverage scene in “do or die” Bed-Stuy has come a long way. Although some parts are still rough around the edges,...

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The neighborhoods south of Prospect Park go by many different names. Until fairly recently, most of it would have been called Flatbush. (Or Victorian Flatbush...