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Real Estate Principal Discusses Short & Long Term Ramifications of L-Train Shut Dow
Robi Ludwig, Psy.D.
Psychotherapist, Author, TV commentator/Host
Dr. Robi: What does this mean for commuters in terms of travel time? Mr. Pepe: Some are saying property value will go down
Artist Makes Exhibit Out Of Thousands Of PB&Js As Tribute To Mom's Packed Lunches
"I was blown away by her dedication in doing that ... I wanted to recognize that as something that often goes overlooked."
Ultimate Guide to Brooklyn's Neighborhoods
Each of Brooklyn's neighborhoods has its own allure. To help you choose where to visit, here's a rundown of the areas we
The Loneliness Of The Long-Distance Grandma
Writer, mother, daughter, grandmother, short-order chef, babys...
These days we get to see and hear our grandchildren who live on the other side of the world. But it's not the same as cuddling and tickling them, kissing them and smelling them. Even with Skype and FaceTime, being a long-distance grandparent stretches your heartstrings to breaking point.
Watch The Moment These New York Homeless Kids See Their Brand New Playroom
Like Us On Facebook Follow Us On Twitter New York City is in the midst of a youth homelessness crisis, as rates have spiked
Brooklyn and the Nation's Oldest Bike Path
From Gowanus, once I'd made my way up the hill of Park slope, into the park, and pedaled around half the loop, I found the Parkway and its bike path on the eastern side.
10 Reasons to Go Eat in Brooklyn
Local guides. Worldwide.
From crabs in Red Hook to pizza in Bushwick, there are plenty of great eateries all over Brooklyn. Check out our list of some of the best restaurants in the borough.
For Jamaican Writers, New Place of Opportunity Is in Brooklyn
The smell of Jamaican patties and jerk chicken and the sounds of the West Indies Patois were very much in evidence during the annual Brooklyn Book Festival.
Dear Bill Thompson, About That Gigantic Bloomberg Dump...
Writer/director, 'The Ledge'; Author, Trials of the Monkey'; P...
I can't speak for anyone else, but I will support you if you continue. However, if you decide to leave the race and want to reward your most stalwart and effective supporters, here's how.
Closets Are for Clothes, Not Brands
Partner, Little Big Brands
Given my personal and professional passion for branding (as owner of a brand design agency), paired with lots of contemplation on gay rights, I have been curious about how the two intersect.
Do you have info to share with HuffPost reporters?
'The Outs,' Web Series About Gay Life In New York, Debuts Season Finale Episode
The season finale of "The Outs," the popular new web series about gay life in the Big Apple, is here just in time for Thanksgiving
Bees Among Victims of Hurricane Sandy
Backyard beekeeper and small egg producer
Hurricane Sandy's exacted a heavy toll on New York City, claiming lives, plunging hundreds of thousands of homes into darkness, and devastating small businesses. The damage extended to Brooklyn Grange Bees, New York City's first commercial apiary.
HOME & LIVING
Bay Ridge Brooklyn: Why I Love My City
Associate Editor HuffPost Home
Trying to explain why I love my neighborhood is no easy task.
STYLE & BEAUTY
Brooklyn Moms Have Style (PHOTOS)
Self-effacing, authentic, funny and off beat describes Mara's ...
Oh how I love walking around different neighborhoods in Brooklyn. Mostly to scope the style of parents.
Tribute To Chipper Jones
Writer; Rapper; Brooklynite; Philanthropist
Rooting for Chipper and the Braves has been a family tradition for as long as I can remember. A tradition that started by grandfather Harold Pace, who lived in Greenville, South Carolina
Fall-ing in Love Again
Howard Jordan Jr.
Author, '101 Reasons to Leave New York'
It's 4:45 a.m. as I begin to type. I'm sitting in my Brooklyn, USA apartment. It's unofficially the coolest city on the planet. It's officially my home, and refuge, for the last 13 years. And I'm feeling quite reflective at the start of a new season.
Overcoming A Painful Father/Daughter Past
Melissa T. Shultz
Author, Acquisitions/Editor for Jim Donovan Literary
I know a lot about my father. Not because he lay next to me and told me stories before I went to bed, or took long walks with me and imparted wisdom and told me how much he loved me. He didn't do those things.
Beat the Barclays Center Traffic Blues: Use Mass Transit
Freelance writer, activist
I have a case of anticipatory road rage from being stuck in stadium traffic. To solve the anticipated parking crunch, the Barclays Center should make it harder to park, to scare drivers away from the arena. Here are 7 ideas:
Feminist Zinefest in Brooklyn
J Henry Hansen
Educator, writer, wanderer
Zines are usually found at small, independent bookstores, but zinefests are a popular way to sell, swap and share resources. I chatted with co-organizer Elvis Bakaitis to find out more about the Feminist Zinefest.
Brooklyn Drug Bust: Marijuana Found In Sour Candy Wrappers During New York City Raid
The building where the bust took place is known as the site of October 2011's infamous Zurana Horton case, in which a stray
Race And Class: Teen Investigates 'How The Other Half Lives'
This is a youth-written article from our friends at Represent Magazine, a platform for and by young people in foster care
CULTURE & ARTS
Blondes At MoMA's PopRally
HuffPost Arts: What is the difference between a gallery setting and a stage in how you react to the audience? Blondes: We
Quest To Find the Best Burrito In NYC
Charlie Brown Live and in Brooklyn!
Charlie Brown's little Christmas tree and all your favorite childhood characters come to life in Pig Brooch's production of
The Charlie Brown Christmas Special
. The folks at Pig Brooch get all of the pacing, dancing and mannerisms down flawlessly.
CULTURE & ARTS
BOO! Monstrous BSA Halloween Photo Essay (Photos)
BROOKLYN STREET ART - Happy Halloween to all you good boys and ghouls lurking behind heavy closed doors with frogs in your
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