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NY People: Luke Woodard, cafe owner

Luke Woodard, 27, of Melbourne, Australia, describes his journey of starting his business, Sweatshop Cafe and Design Studio, in Brooklyn, NY.

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Life jackets symbolize the plight of refugees in Brooklyn display

Oxfam America, a global organization that addresses poverty, hunger and injustice arranged used refugee life jackets on Pebble Beach at […]

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Teaching 9/11

This was their last social studies class before the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks that changed their city and the world.

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NYC Primary: Colorful Sanders supporters rally at Navy Yard before debate

They came from all over the country to take on the more subdued Hilary Clinton supporters.

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Gang violence grows in Brooklyn

According to the NYPD, in North Brooklyn alone, there are 73 separate gangs.

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Dozens march against gun violence

City officials, residents, chaplains, community outreach organizations, and residents of all races, walked a mile, praying and chanting to Ebbets Field.

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LGBTQ barbershop makes the right cuts

Kutzwell started her barbershop in 2007 when her friends in the LGBTQ community complained about the service they received at neighborhood barbershops.

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Veterans and civilians “Run as One”

 Members of Team Red, White & Blue, Team Rubicon and The Mission Continues run beside and cheer on one of […]

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Tom Tom helps female drummers keep the beat

At the core of everything, the Tom Tom Academy looks to expose as many people to drumming as they can.

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Blizzard of 2015: Greenpoint

As the colossal Nor’easter dubbed Juno rushed headlong into the Northeastern Seaboard Monday afternoon, Brooklynites weren’t taking any chances.