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Resurrection: A Mother in Prison, and Out

  On a sunny but brisk Easter Sunday afternoon in the heart of Clinton Hill, Reverend Clinton Miller, pastor of the Brown Memorial Baptist church, preached a powerful message. “Every day we get up should symbolize a new chance, even if we messed up yesterday,” he said. “We believe in forgiveness, we believe in redemption,...


Dreams of the Big Screen [VIDEO]

After eight years of pursuing his passion and working for the MTA, Brooklyn-bred filmmaker Wilkie Cornelius, Jr. has finally realized his dream of making a movie. He premiered his first film Single Hills at the Brooklyn Academy of Music and hopes to turn it into his Hollywood debut.


Sex Abuse: How to Spot the Signs

With seven recent cases of sexual abuse in our city’s schools, parents are on high alert.  Ama Dwimoh is a former prosecutor for the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office and the creator of a bureau that exclusively handled the sexual, physical abuse and murders of children under the age of eleven.  Dwimoh talked to The Brooklyn...


Seasoned Cook Has Seen It All

Beatrice Mobley, believed to be one of the oldest surviving workers of the Brooklyn Navy Yard Hospital, sits at her dining room table in the Vinegar Hill area of Brooklyn, surrounded by mementos from various stages of her life. She picks up of her 66-year-old Brooklyn Navy Yard Hospital I.D. badge with its sepia-colored distressed...