Borough President Eric Adams has stuck his foot in it yet again, this time after accusing Midwesterners of “hijacking” apartments and demanding they return to … Continue reading
Gerritsen Beach residents are calling on city planning honchos to revisit a neighborhood-wide plan to refurbish the area’s Sandy-damaged infrastructure, complaining that the scheme would … Continue reading
Brooklyn hip-hop artist Pop Smoke faces up to 10 years in prison for allegedly stealing a $375,000 Rolls Royce and transporting it from California to … Continue reading
Never in a million years did I think that I would ever advocate emulating policies, especially about criminal justice, from California, the main progressive bastion … Continue reading
They’re issuing a call to players! A Brooklyn group that hosts a twice-monthly concerts of Arab music will celebrate its two-year anniversary during its Jan. … Continue reading
Dyker Heights tots joined an annual march for peace in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, turning their school auditorium into a cavalcade of … Continue reading
Word’s picks: “Hitting a Straight Lick with a Crooked Stick,” by Zora Neale Hurston The title of this collection of “lost stories” from renowned Black … Continue reading
Bushwick Councilman Rafael Espinal dropped out of the Borough President’s race on Thursday, saying he couldn’t endure another two years campaigning for the beep’s hotly … Continue reading
Officials with the Department of Transportation and the Economic Development Corporation presented new details regarding the mayor’s $2.73 billion trolly project, the Brooklyn Queens Connector, … Continue reading
Saturday, Jan. 18 She Uste be mine Grab your partner and plunge into the second and final night of the Zlatne Uste Golden Festival, featuring … Continue reading
They’re BQ-exasperated! Downtown civic gurus are questioning the sanity of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s recently-resurrected pet project to build a $2.73 billion trolly along the … Continue reading
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Community board members failed to reach a consensus on the Industry City rezoning during a messy, four-hour meeting on Wednesday night following a phone harassment … Continue reading
As Brooklyn Democratic party boss Frank Seddio prepares to step down, political honchos elected veteran businessman and former political staffer Carlo Scissura to the largely … Continue reading
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They’re piping hot! Northern Brooklynites blasted National Grid reps for beginning construction on a seven-mile pipeline slated for installation under the streets of Williamsburg and … Continue reading