The New York City Department of Parks and Recreation cut the ribbon on its newest and greenest facility, an innovative 15,500 square foot multi-use building serving North Brooklyn’s waterfront. … Full Article
Community groups and organizations of medical professionals on Wednesday both hailed the decision by Kings County Supreme Court Justice Carolyn Demarest granting Public Advocate Bill de Blasio’s “motion to intervene” in the case that will determine the next operator of Long Island College H … Full Article
In the continuum of legal maneuvers involving the embattled Long Island College Hospital (LICH) and the State of New York University-Downstate (SUNY), a Brooklyn Supreme Court justice has granted Public Advocate and mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio permission to help find a new operator for … Full Article
Quiet, please. Your dinner will now be served.
That's the message being sent to customers at a New York City restaurant that prohibits any talking during an occasionally put-on $40 prix fixe, four-course meal. … Full Article
As we find ourselves in the era of big data, information must be captured and organized in ways that are accessible and easy to understand—but they can also be creative and visually arresting, as seen in this first volume of the brand new Best American series, “The … Full Article
The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce has formed a partnership with the 7th Avenue BID Steering Committee to lead the effort to create a Business Improvement District that would run from St. John's Place to 16 Street along the heart of Park Slope. … Full Article