Week In Review

A rundown of notable stories, events and announcements.

The gourmet fast food restaurant opens in a Myrtle Avenue building gutted by a fire on Easter Day 2010.

City Council Speaker Christine Quinn introduces legislation requiring more oversight over the rewarding of city contracts—with an eye on .

Retail giant Target  for $10,000 in books and other supplies between schools, including Fort Greene's Brooklyn Tech.

A new top 5 list calls out the best food and drink around the new Barclays Center—.

Family, friends and neighbors talk about  on a once-battered, now resilient, community.

Fort Greene-Clinton Hill Patch  for a chance to win $600 worth of pet-friendly prizes.

The New York City Housing Authority’s boss , vowing to replace its high-paid board members with a new all-volunteer board.


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