Scandal on the trading floor!
See this story at BrooklynPaper.com.By Caroline SpivackBrooklyn PaperThis space is all grown up! The landmarked former Childs restaurant building on the Boardwalk will reopen Sunday as a massive food hall with “locally sourced” grub and plenty of Coney charm. The city recreated the crumbling structure at W. 21st Street as a high-end eatery dubbed Kitchen 21 that takes Boardwalk noshisg and flare of the People’s Playground to another level, said one community leader who fought to landmark the Spanish revival building. “I sampled some incredibly delicious food that I can’t believe is in Coney Island,” said Dick Zigun, the unofficial mayor — and aspiring emperor — of Sodom …
Soon after Nechama Levy moved to Brooklyn five years ago, she opened a bicycle repair shop. The spacious, high-ceilinged store was just down the street from a new pub with exposed brick walls.
Four months after holding a Safety Workshop in Rego Park, the Department of Transportation’s redesign plans for Queens Boulevard was approved in a 24-3 vote by Community Board 6. While the city hav…
Shuttle buses will help commuters get around during the shutdown.
The suspect was last seen in a red coat, NYPD officials said.
The substation had had spewed more than 8,400 gallons of oil over the years.
A lawsuit brought by neighbors of the Crown Heights shelter has halted the opening of the facility.
The Brooklyn Historical Society DUMBO will offer free admission all weekend.
Samuel Berkowitz said he's taking the mural down as part of a renovation to add more windows.
By Craig and Marc Kielburger As the Brooklyn streets went dark and flooded with water, pummeled by the onslaught of Hurricane Sandy, Lizbeth Lucero … Read more: u.s. News , International News, Climate Change, New York City, Mexico, Washington DC, Brooklyn, Bangladesh, Bill Nye, Manhattan, El Salvador, Cornell University, Hurricane Sandy, Tuvalu, Green News
See this story at BrooklynDaily.com.By Julianne CubaBrooklyn DailyCops are searching for a serial groper who has grabbed five different lady’s behinds at the Avenue U subway station in Sheepshead Bay since December. The most recent incident occurred on May 15 when the sleazeball grabbed a 27-year-old woman’s buttocks as she walked up the stairs to the Manhattan-bound Q train near E. 16th Street at about 7 pm, police said. The punk then fled the station, officials said. The cad first struck on Dec. 4 aboard a Coney Island-bound Q train at about 4 am, when he grabbed a 27-year-old’s bottom. The perv hopped off the train when it got to …
Brooklyn elected officials expressed satisfaction after the Justice Department appointed a special counsel on Wednesday to investigate possib
See this story at BrooklynPaper.com.By Colin MixsonBrooklyn PaperInvestigators closed the case on a 19-year-old rape that occurred in Park Slope thanks to newly acquired DNA evidence, which swayed a jury in Brooklyn Supreme Court on Monday to convict Bushwick resident Johnny Jacob, 45, of the heinous sexual assault. The cold-case conviction was only made possible thanks to evidence that Jacob’s victim submitted immediately following her brutal rape in 1998, according to District Attorney Eric Gonzalez, who applauded the woman’s courage in reporting and aiding investigators in solving the nearly two-decade-old crime. &#…
The Brooklyn Heights Synagogue presents “Eastern European Roots,” a special music Shabbat service, on Friday, June 2, 2017, at 6:30 p.m. In the course of the service the congregation will also celebrate the installation of new members of the board of trustees. The synagogue is located at 131 Remsen St. and easily reached by numerous subway lines to the Borough Hall subway stop.
Brooklyn Diocese in legal dispute with charter school
The Loft Board will rule on whether the Loft Law will protect them on Thursday.
Mayor Bill de Blasio raised $663,049 in the past two-months, $118,233 more than rival Paul Massey.
Johnny Jacob raped a 19-year-old woman at the Fourth Avenue subway station, prosecutors said.
As the mayor looks to keep homeless families in their communities, a new report shows why it matters.
DNAinfo talked with an occupational therapy graduate student with autism, who sells and makes fidgets.
Moreen King is hoping to replace Darlene Mealy as City Councilwoman for District 41.
See this story at BrooklynDaily.com.By Julianne CubaBrooklyn DailyThey’re making history in Brighton Beach — and they’re proud! Marchers in the country’s first-ever Russian-speaking pride march — Brighton Beach Pride — will be making their way through Little Odessa on May 20 to show the enclave of conservative Russians that they’re here and they’re queer. The seaside neighborhood is home to large groups of Russian-speaking immigrants who fled their communist countries in the 1980s and ’90…
Not only does the NYC Housing Authority (NYCHA) house one in 14 New Yorkers, it also connects residents to life-transforming employment.