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0 The Church Avenue Street Fair Is Sunday, April 27
Save the date on your calendars! This year’s Church Avenue Street Fair will be held on Sunday, April 27 from 12-6pm. Here’s a look at this year’s festivities, to be held from Coney Island Avenue to Argyle Road, via the Church Avenue BID: ​​12:00 – 12:15 ​Belly Dancing by Diane Hutchinson ​12:00 – 1:00 ​$1 Food Samples from local Restaurants! Including Lar​k, Shayna’s, Am Thai, The
Politics
0 $1.5 Million Allotted For Tech Upgrades, Roadwork, A Green Roof & More
Did you vote for this year’s Participatory Budgeting projects in District 39? Results for Brad Lander’s district are in, and here’s what’s being funded: Street safety improvements on 4th Ave – $300,000 (1,202 votes) Laptops at PS 130, 230, and 321 for student and adult learners – $195,000 (1,150 votes) Pedestrian safety on McDonald Ave
Education
0 From High School To The Right College: Navigating The Maze (Partner)
If the college admissions process seems mysterious, you’re not alone. From submitting an application to the final determination, the road is paved with increasingly narrower bricks, and navigating those tightening passages is getting harder. The NY Times recently took on this trend with in an article titled Best, Brightest and Rejected: Elite Colleges Turn Away Up
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The Church Avenue Street Fair Is Sunday, April 27

Save the date on your calendars! This year’s Church Avenue Street Fair will be held on Sunday, April 27 from 12-6pm. Here’s a look at this year’s festivities, to be held from Coney Island Avenue to Argyle Road, via the Church Avenue BID: ​​12:00 – 12:15 ​Belly Dancing by Diane Hutchinson ​12:00 – 1:00 ​$1 Food Samples from local Restaurants! Including Lar​k, Shayna’s, Am Thai, The
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Considering Home Values & Community In Kensington Real Estate

Yesterday’s New York Times Real Estate section featured Crown Heights, Brooklyn: A Place of Her Own, the story of Manhattan native and 25-year-old Curbed employee Jackie Goldstein’s search for an outer borough home under $300,000. The article follows Goldstein through Prospect Heights, Park Slope, and other nearby neighborhoods, including her experience on our home turf. The

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Looking For A Camp? Check Out Our New Site!

Corner News Media has launched a new site! We’re hoping to make City Kid Camp the most extensive site of camps for kids of all ages in Brooklyn. You can look forward to lists of camps, as well as reviews, as we grow. For your convenience, we have broken camps down into spring and summer camps, including two separate
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This Week’s F & G Subway Service Changes

Details on service via MTA.info G trains run every 20 minutes  Late nights beginning 11pm, Monday to Thursday until May 1 Please allow additional travel time. And starting tomorrow, watch out for additional changes on the F farther down the line. Sometimes scheduled changes get cancelled. Check MTA.info for the latest updates. Photo by nsdart
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Explore Your Roots With ‘Green-ealogy’ At Green-Wood

A new genealogical research program at Green-Wood Cemetery could help Brooklynites and beyond discover a few extra branches on their family tree. Named Green-ealogy, the program makes Green-Wood’s institutional records, historical documents, and photographs available to the public, providing such ancestral details as cause of death, genealogical charts of family members, grave diagrams, and family and business correspondence. “Cemeteries
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From High School To The Right College: Navigating The Maze (Partner)

If the college admissions process seems mysterious, you’re not alone. From submitting an application to the final determination, the road is paved with increasingly narrower bricks, and navigating those tightening passages is getting harder. The NY Times recently took on this trend with in an article titled Best, Brightest and Rejected: Elite Colleges Turn Away Up