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Wednesday, March 1, 2017

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The Down Low: Filmed In BK, Gang Policing, ‘Missing’ Rep. Donovan & Other Stories You Shouldn’t Miss
By BKLYNER Staff on Mar 01, 2017 04:24 pm

The Down-Low is our round-up of stories in our neck of the woods as well as other curiosities all over Brooklyn. –Movies filmed in Brooklyn, from ‘Goodfellas’ to ‘Uptown Girls’ [am New York] –Has ‘Gang Policing’ Replaced Stop-and-Frisk? [Citylab] –New Yorkers Search for ‘Missing’ Rep. Donovan After He Declines Town Hall [DNAinfo] –Brooklyn Heights Association […]

8 Camps For Your Young Engineer, Architect, Gymnast, Skateboarder & More
By Amber Ceffalio on Mar 01, 2017 02:22 pm

Summer is the epitome of options, excitement, and opportunity. Summer is the stress-free, risk-free time to try on a new hobby or explore a new sport. Each of these following camps book in 1-week segments so your young camper can try them all! Build it bigger! Brooklyn’s ever-changing skyline will always need creative engineers and […]

Local Pols Respond To Trump’s Congressional Address Last Night
By Carly Miller on Mar 01, 2017 12:19 pm

Last night, President Donald Trump gave his inaugural speech to Congress in a Joint Session address. We saw twitter light up with responses from pundits, constituents, and politicians from both side of the aisle. Check out the top tweet from your local pols below: He says “one people, together,” but @realDonaldTrump has tried to divide and […]

Meet New York Cosmos – Ticket Giveaway
By BKLYNER Staff on Mar 01, 2017 11:24 am

We are giving away 50 tickets to a meet and greet with New York Cosmos team and owners this coming Monday at Gargiulo’s Restaurant, 6-8pm. If you’d like to meet Cosmos Owner Rocco Commisso, Head Coach Giovanni Savarese and key players on the team, fill out this form with your name and the number of tickets […]

History of Sheepshead Bay Road Movie Theaters
By Liena Zagare on Mar 01, 2017 10:13 am

Two movie theaters opened on Sheepshead Bay Road in 1920s. First to open was the Sommer Theatre at 1648 Sheepshead Bay Road. It had about 600 seats, one screen, opened on a rainy evening on November 24, 1921 with speeches,  a news reel and comedies leading up to a showing of “Dangerous Curve Ahead” by Rupert Hughes, […]



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