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Formerly homeless artist inspires Brooklyn youth through therapeutic ‘Heal Through Art’ program • Brooklyn Paper

Robin Reyes, founder of ‘Heal Through Art’, guides students in discovering their creative potential through weekly workshops. Photo courtesy of Heal Through Art Sign up for our Brooklyn Paper email…

Roll N Roaster sticks to tradition on National French Fries Day, despite past potato perils • Brooklyn Paper

Roll N Roaster in Sheepshead Bay. Photo courtesy of Roll N Roaster Sign up for our Brooklyn Paper email newsletter to get news, updates, and local insights delivered straight to…

Activists rail against Hochul’s congestion pricing delay, call for accessibility upgrades to Bed-Stuy subway station • Brooklyn Paper

Activists with Riders Alliance gathered on July 10 to call on Gov. Kathy Hochul to reinstate congestion pricing so that subway stations like the one on Nostrand Avenue can see…

Italian-style Gramercy ice cream shop Caffè Panna to open second location in Greenpoint • Brooklyn Paper

Inside Caffè Panna’s new Brooklyn location, opening on Thursday, July 11. Photo by Liz Clayman Sign up for our Brooklyn Paper email newsletter to get news, updates, and local insights…

candidates take opposing stances on rodent killing in Brooklyn Assembly contest

A new front in the war on rats has opened in the race for Brooklyn’s 56th Assembly district — with challenger Eon Huntley in favor of a no-kill, birth-control approach…

New exhibition celebrates LGBTQ+ history at The Old Stone House • Brooklyn Paper

‘Angelic Troublemakers, Tactical Deviants,’ a solo exhibition by David Rios Ferreira is currently on display at The Old Stone House. Photo by Gabriele Holtermann Sign up for our Brooklyn Paper…

Grand opening of second Brooklyn Made storefront at City Point celebrates borough’s diverse entrepreneurship • Brooklyn Paper

Sign up for our Brooklyn Paper email newsletter to get news, updates, and local insights delivered straight to your inbox! Officials celebrated the grand opening of Brooklyn Made’s second storefront…

SummerStage concert series turning up the heat with six free Coney Island shows • Brooklyn Paper

Capital One and City Parks Foundation’s annual SummerStage concert series will return to the Coney Island Amphitheater with six free shows this summer. FIle photo Sign up for…

City takes ownership of Brooklyn Marine Terminal, planning modern mixed-use transformation • Brooklyn Paper

Sign up for our Brooklyn Paper email newsletter to get news, updates, and local insights delivered straight to your inbox! New York City is taking control of the Brooklyn Marine…

Budget office review finds a Staten Island secession would be more costly for residents • Brooklyn Paper

Staten Islanders would pay more money for fewer services if the borough seceded from the rest of New York city, according to a recent study by the Independent Budget Office.…