Help a local biker get her ride back, learn what locals have to say about a cash giveaway and see how you can catch “Battle for Brooklyn” tonight for free in today’s morning link wrap.
Find out how you can help with a historic house tour, what a green roof for the Barclays Center means and a winning streak for the Lady Bears in todays local news wrap.
Learn what drives two local designers to make better furniture, as well as more FOrest CIty Ratner construction jobs in today’s morning news wrap.
Find out why one former NBA coach thinks the Brooklyn Nets are a “bush league” team and the best quotes from Atlantic Yards project developer Bruce Ratner in today’s morning news round-up.
We ere told that we’ll have access to crime reports this week, but the Brooklyn Paper’s reporters are still unable to view the reports. Get that news and more in this morning’s news round-up.
F. Richard Hurley, a 35th District City Council candidate, believes his legal experience as an attorney will make him an effective Council Member. He is most passionate about low-income housing and job creation for native Brooklynites.
Olanike Alabi, a candidate for the 35th District City Council seat, brings an affinity for international affairs to her interest in local issues.
Discover free local events tonight, including an annual National Night Out Against Crime festivities, plus the opening of Martha, a new farm-to-table restaurant.
See what candidates for the 35th City Council District had to say at a community forum at Brown Memorial Baptist Church on Friday evening.