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Maimonides Medical Center, recognized by the federal government as one of the top 10 hospitals in the U.S. for cardiac care, marked National Heart Month by raising a flag to honor the work done by doctors, nurses and medical teams to save the lives of patients. February is National Heart Month in the U.S., designated Read More →

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Piper Theatre Productions Cocktails and Cabaret Sunday, March 8. Reception at 6:45 pm; performance at 7:15 pm The Powerhouse Arena 37 Main Street, Dumbo, Bklyn General Admission: $40 “Angel” – $100 Since 2000, Piper Theatre Productions has been committed to producing innovative, risk-taking free theatre for Brooklyn’s diverse communities, introducing youth to the theatrical arts Read More →

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Architectural Transformation Achieved with Approval of NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission This week, shrouds of scaffolding are falling away from one of the oldest homes in Brooklyn to reveal a stunning restoration unlike most achieved in the city’s famously preserved landmark districts. The new façade on 31 Middagh St. — a wood-framed, clapboard-fronted townhouse in the Read More →

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In a neighborhood with historic homes from every period, the few remaining blocks of Middagh Street stand out. Some of Brooklyn’s oldest homes, including rare frame houses, are found there, the living reminders of the days when Robert Fulton’s ferry revolutionized river transportation – and established Brooklyn Heights as a neighborhood accessible to the commerce Read More →

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Brace yourself, Brooklyn Heights. Full-out construction can now begin on a planned 19-story Remsen Street apartment tower — on a site that sits back-to-back with a busy Montague Street development project. Physio Logic, the last tenant occupying 157 Remsen St. while neighboring buildings 153 and 155 Remsen St. were demolished, departed over the weekend. A Read More →