Looking for the best Bensonhurst coffee shops and cafes? I got you. I’ve spent enough time in my South Brooklyn neighborhood of Bensonhurst to know that a bagel shop isn’t the only place to get a cup of coffee! Sometimes you need a place that makes exceptional coffee. And when it comes to Bensonhurst coffee […]
Looking for the best cafes in Clinton Hill to check out? This guide has got you! From the best coffee in Clinton Hill to breaking down each of these cafes and coffee shops. Whether you’re on the go, looking for a place to work for a bit, or a great meeting place with a friend […]
Looking for the perfect weekend trips from NYC? We’ve got you covered in this extensive guide! As much as we all love New York City, sometimes it’s nice to escape from these busy streets and high energy. Whether you’re looking for romantic getaways from NYC or just one of those New York weekend breaks that […]
Looking for the best restaurants in Bushwick, Brooklyn? We got you. Bushwick is a neighborhood that has so much character, some of the best street art in Brooklyn can be found here in addition to having a diverse group of people living in one neighborhood making this once again one of the best Brooklyn neighborhoods […]
Looking for the best cafes in Bushwick to check out? This guide has got you! From the best coffee in Bushwick to breaking down each of these cafes and coffee shops. Whether you’re on the go, looking for a place to work for a bit, or a great meeting place with a friend or business […]
Looking for the best cheap eats in NYC? This guide has got you covered. A far too common response when you tell someone that you live in New York? “Oh, I could never live there — it’s just so expensive.” And you know what…they’re often right!!! It’s all fun and games until a dollar slice […]
A mini neighborhood in Brooklyn with oh, so much to offer. Columbia Street Waterfront District is a pocket-sized neighborhood (22 blocks to be exact) tucked away between the Brooklyn Queens Expressway (BQE) and the New York Harbor packed with great places to eat, cool shops, and even several community and neighborhood gardens – not to […]
The NYPD is investigating how two American flags that fly at the top of the Brooklyn Bridge were replaced by two white flags.
In a stunning security breach, the giant American flags at the top of both sides of the Brooklyn Bridge were replaced by bleached Old Glories overnight, cops said Tuesday. “We’re…
NYPD Looking for Help Figuring Out Who Bleached the American Flags
Overnight, someone climbed to the top of both the Brooklyn Bridge's two 273-foot towers. According to officials, the American flags are hung by specially trained workers in the Department of Transportation. At the least police are folding up the Brooklyn Bridge white surrender flag in a respectful manner. Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams announced an award for any information about the …
The mysterious appearance of two large white flags flying over the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City this morning has the city scrambling to figure out why they were put there.
"We will not surrender"
Frances Burns NEW YORK, July 22 (UPI) — A bicyclists group took credit Tuesday for replacing the U.S. flags on New York City's best-known bridge with white flags, the sign of surrender.
Two large American flags atop the iconic Brooklyn Bridge were replaced sometime Monday night or Tuesday morning with bleached-out American flags that appeared white from below.
NEW YORK — Was it someone’s idea of art, or an attempt to send a political message?
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See this story at BrooklynDaily.com.By Patrick McCormack Brooklyn DailyPlaying professional baseball was the last thing Isaac Gil thought he would be doing after high school. That was until the budding ace — who had never played organized baseball before college — was discovered by coach Francisco Perez of Brooklyn’s ASA College, and eventually drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays in the 31st round of the 2011 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft. He hasn’t looked back since. This year with the Hudson Valley Renegades, the Rays short-season Class A affiliate, Gil went 5–0 with a 0.00 ERA in 18.2 innings pitched. He struck out 23 batters and walked just seven. Hudson Valley pitching coach Jorge Moncada sees a lot of potential…
See this story at BrooklynDaily.com.By Joseph StaszewskiBrooklyn DailyThere are plenty of distractions in our world — bills to pay, parties to attend, and jobs to do. Sometimes you need a stark jolt to make you look up and see what’s really going on. The softball games featuring the Wounded Warrior Amputee squad were a chance to do that last Saturday at Shore Road Park in Bay Ridge. There needs to be more opportunities like this to appreciate what others have sacrificed for you, and to recognize the courage with which they continue to live their lives to the fullest. “Today, …
Note: More media content is available for this story at BrooklynDaily.com.By Joseph StaszewskiBrooklyn DailyThe championships rolled into Brooklyn again this year. So which teams were the cream of the crop? Our sports editor Joseph Staszewski ranked the Top 10 Brooklyn high school teams regardless of sports for the 2013–14 season. The squads were selected keeping in mind their level of dominance in their sport, the level and difficulty of any title won, the historic nature of its season and quality of their overall year. Here…
See this story at BrooklynDaily.com.By Joseph StaszewskiBrooklyn DailyBranden Frazier got a taste of what its like to be a professional basketball player as he begins the process of deciding his future in the sport. The former Fordham University star and Bishop Loughlin standout worked out for the New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets prior to the NBA Draft. It provided him a look into the ranks of the NBA with the start of his own pro career on the horizon. “The workouts made me prepare for what I am about to do next year,” Frazier said. He took away how…