The Kings County Family Court held its Black History Month (BHM) event on Thursday that brought in Anne Williams-Isom, CEO of the Harlem Chil
Note: More media content is available for this story at BrooklynDaily.com.By Caroline SpivackBrooklyn DailyThe Dapper Don lives on! John Travolta was spotted in Bath Beach on the set of “The Life and Death of John Gotti” dressed as the infamous mob boss on Feb. 21. The actor, also of “Saturday Night Fever” fame, plays the notorious gangster in the film set to released in 2017. Travolta strutted along 17th Avenue sporting a brown suit, burgundy turtleneck, and slicked-back silver locks in his portrayal of the infamous mafioso — nicknamed the “Teflon Don” because of his acquittal in three criminal cases, though he eventually …
See this story at BrooklynPaper.com.By Lauren GillBrooklyn PaperThey’re right on the money. A new Department of Finance report shows Brooklyn Bridge Park stands to rake in $300 million more from private development than it originally projected, claim activists — and locals say the figures vindicate their long-contested allegations that the park doesn’t need to erect any more housing to cover its costs. “We knew that we were right and, big surprise, we were right,” said Judi Francis, president of advocacy group Brooklyn Bridge Park Defense Fund…
A group of Brooklyn children marched on Borough Hall Friday to condemn the president’s travel ban and call for social equality.
Chicago black/death band Immortal Bird are on tour now , having just played Brooklyn on Tuesday at Saint Vitus, and they unfortunately ran into some trouble while they were here. Their entire van was stolen in Brooklyn with all of their gear, merch, and personal belongings.
"They tell me I was the only one in Brooklyn that supported Trump," said Jose Peralta.
Get ready for plenty of new dim sum offerings in NYC.
The merchandise was worth more than $1,000 in total, police said.
Police arrested 39 drivers under Vision Zero, the most since it was implemented in 2014, officials said.
NYC real estate searches were up among U.K. and Russian residents and dipped in Mexico, a study found.
See this story at BrooklynDaily.com.By Laura AmatoBrooklyn DailyIt was loud. It was dramatic. It was exactly the kind of moment Keith Williams dreams about. The Bishop Loughlin senior guard sank three free throws after he was fouled just before the final buzzer in regulation, lifting the Lions to a 98–90 double overtime victory over Christ the King in the Brooklyn-Queens Catholic High School Athletic Association semifinal on Feb. 22. There was plenty of drama even after Williams’s moment at the line, but the Cincinnati commit’s clutch shots were the …
MINEOLA, N.Y.— Lucille Conlin Horn weighed barely two pounds when she was born, a perilous size for any infant, especially in 1920.
Note: More media content is available for this story at BrooklynPaper.com.By Lauren GillBrooklyn PaperIt is a housing tower divided! Residents of a Clinton Hill Mitchell-Lama co-op are at war over whether to leave the below-market-rate housing program and cash-in on their real-estate or to forgo the windfall so others can benefit from the dirt-cheap digs — and the two sides faced off alongside local pols at a heated rally on Wednesday morning. “Should living in …
Some environmentalists, neighbors and city officials say they are concerned that the plan to implode the Kosciuszko Bridge will add to the poor air quality already in the area. The plan to implode the 77-year-old bridge, which connects Brooklyn and Queens, was revealed this week by state officials. They say the project to replace it with an improved structure could be finished as soon as 2020.
He was arrested at 7 p.m. after he allegedly jumping a fence on the Brooklyn side, the report said. The Israel's arrest comes days after a group of youths nearly died while taking a selfie on thin ice on a pond in Central Park.
Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams said Greenpoint residents should have been better informed.
The tower is for New York Road Runners 4-mile race Saturday.
Michael Lambert said he invested $30,000 in the bogus investment despite a host of warning signs.
Two Albany lawmakers want to change the formula used to determine affordable housing eligibility.
The dog walker died after falling down a flight of stairs on Carroll Street, police said.
The school's founder said he wants to open the school in the next two years.
This shows you should never take higher learning for granted. On her show Thursday, Ellen DeGeneres surprised an entire high school senior class of st… Read more: u.s. News , Television, New York, Ellen Degeneres, Brooklyn, College Financing, Wnbc, Entertainment News
See this story at BrooklynDaily.com.By Caroline SpivackBrooklyn DailyYou can call him “the fuzz.” A cat named Martin is the newest member of the 60th Precinct. Officers found the tabby at their Coney Island station house, but instead of dropping him off at the nearest animal shelter, they took him in and convinced the precinct’s top cop to adopt the furball as their collective pet. Now Martin cuddles up to police in…
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