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“A dud article from Breitbart reaches more people than all the books we've talked about combined,” lamented LA Kauffman, gesturing to the dozens of pulp-and-spine texts recommended to the audience at the morning panel of Sunday's Brooklyn Book Festival. Kauffman unearthed the slinking undercurrent of the day: What do books matter in the age of fake news and impending fascism? It was hardly an auspicious opening to the festival's eleventh annual celebration of the vital...
On September 12, Brooklyn Community Services launched its ONE Brooklyn Community MTA Campaign “Many Voices, Many Stories,” a public service poster campaign now in its third year. Across 36 subway stations in Brooklyn, the series displays notable Brooklynites speaking out about poverty and supporting neighbors. Among the featured faces are Carla Hall, Chris Hayes, and Brooklyn Magazine’s founder Daniel Stedman. “It’s important to honor Brooklyn’s history and diversity by working with our local businesses...
Chris Hayes is an unlikely news presence: He grew up in New York City, directed Lin-Manuel Miranda’s first ever musical (the two attended Hunter College High School in Manhattan), and wanted a career in theater. Instead, he got into journalism by happenstance, writing freelance for an alternative newspaper in Chicago while waiting tables and attempting to turn the stage into his profession. But if it had all worked out the way he had wanted, the...

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