The coronavirus outbreak has laid bare a lot of harmful elements of our culture. I’d like to address a particularly obscure one: designating petitions. Designating … Continue reading
Our progressive friends are now demanding that due to the coronavirus, we let criminals out of jail and lay off arrests and prosecutions. Unfortunately, our … Continue reading
“How do I love you? Let me count the ways,” is how I began my husband Stu’s eulogy. I feel the need to say those … Continue reading
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76TH PRECINCT Carroll Gardens-Cobble Hill–Red Hook Back attack A marauder punched a 62-year-old woman in the back on Columbia Street on March 21. The victim … Continue reading
62ND PRECINCT Bensonhurst—Bath Beach Slash and dash A brute slashed a man with a sharp object on 21st Avenue on March 20. The victim told … Continue reading
61ST PRECINCT Sheepshead Bay—Homecrest— Manhattan Beach—Gravesend Room raiders Four prowlers used an active employee’s passcode to break into a Knapp St storage facility on March … Continue reading
After an inmate at a Brooklyn detention center was diagnosed with COVID-19, activists have renewed their demands for federal authorities to release detainees vulnerable to … Continue reading
It’s a slice of history! Grimaldi’s, the famed pizza joint beneath the Brooklyn Bridge, announced on March 20 that it would offer takeout delivery for … Continue reading
One Brooklyn Congressman is leaning on his military background to push the feds to enlist the army base in his district as a makeshift hospital … Continue reading
A Bedford-Stuyvesant man has been charged with second-degree murder after a fatal building fire left one man dead last week, according to officials. Prosecutors for … Continue reading
At Schneps Media, we know that you and your fellow restaurateurs are struggling through this crisis and we want to help. Our plan is at … Continue reading
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Hundreds of Brooklynites gathered on their rooftops and stoops on Thursday evening for a borough-wide sing-along that featured American classics, such as “Sweet Caroline” and … Continue reading