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“Please Touch the Art,” a new exhibition by Danish artist Jeppe Hein featuring 18 playful sculptures designed specifically for public interaction, is coming to Brooklyn Bridge Park (BBP). Engaging visitors through pieces that are both accessible and surprising, the show includes three distinct bodies of work: “Appearing Rooms,” a series of “rooms” formed when water shoots up from the work’s Read More →

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What does it take to get a world-class, regulation size playing field built on the Brooklyn waterfront? Students at Brooklyn Friends School (BFS) learned on Monday that it takes peaceful cooperation, collaboration and perseverance – core Quaker values. Councilmember Stephen Levin honored BFS Headmaster Dr. Larry Weiss and Athletic Director David Gardella with proclamations on Read More →

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St. Francis College History Professor Sara Haviland is making a difference in the lives of her students, and now she’s been recognized for her work, being named to the “40 Under 40: Professors Who Inspire 2015” list by Nerd Scholar. NerdWallet is a consumer finance website that helps people make better financial decisions, and NerdScholar is the Read More →

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Physicians seek to overturn hospital’s sale to Fortis The long legal battle surrounding the State University of New York’s (SUNY) sale of Long Island College Hospital (LICH) in Cobble Hill to a developer is not over. The Supreme Court Appellate Division in Brooklyn has set a Friday, March 27 deadline for the next step in Read More →

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SFC Brooklyn Falls to Defending Two-Time National Champions, 89-33 They came. They saw. They were soundly defeated. But the fighting spirit of the 2014-15 St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers was left intact following Saturday night’s lopsided 89-33 loss to the defending two-time national champion and top-ranked Connecticut Huskies before a crowd of 3,666 at Gampel Pavilion Read More →