New ferry links trendy and traditional Brooklyn neighborhoods

Trendy and traditional. On the new NYC Ferry, they're only 19 minutes apart.   … Full Article

Summer nights at a Greek party in Downtown Brooklyn

Party-goers danced the night away, ate Greek food and pastries and shopped the baazar at the A. Fantis Parochial School of Sts. Constantine and Helen Cathedral’s 40th annual Greek festival last week in Downtown Brooklyn.  … Full Article

Brooklyn Heights father first fatality while using Citi Bike

A 36-year-old Brooklyn Heights father of two was killed in Manhattan Monday when he crashed into a charter bus while riding a Citi Bike, marking the first death involving Citi Bike, officials said. … Full Article

DUMBO’s Live at The Archway: Rodes Rollins, Melanie Hope Greenberg

Live at The Archway’s weekly cabaret on Thursday, June 15 features Rodes Rollins, the psychedelic rock, Americana-inspired singer-songwriter who lives both in Brooklyn and Los Angeles (via a detour to Buenos Aires). Her debut EP, Young Adult, was called “stunning.” … Full Article

Third Annual Sunset Park Puerto Rican Day Parade celebrates the culture, avoids the controversy

With all the controversy surrounding Manhattan’s Puerto Rican Parade, Brooklyn’s Sunset Park counterpart managed to avoid the conflict and instead focused on celebrating the rich Puerto Rican culture.  … Full Article

Brooklyn Pride parade draws massive, boisterous turnout

A Pride Parade Grows in Brooklyn To purchase higher resolution photos from this event, please go to … Full Article

Smooth-talking villain Richard III reigns over Carroll Park

He's the villain everybody loves to hate — the hunchback with a dark heart, Richard III. Now here he comes, in all his conniving glory, to a park in Carroll Gardens. … Full Article

Hundreds of kids enjoy day off from school at McGolrick Park

Hundreds of little kids ran around, climbed trees, danced and waited in line to be painted up like an animal or character of their choosing in the middle of the day on Thursday in McGolrick Park in Greenpoint. … Full Article

PAL/Wynn Center brings tournament level chess to Bed-Stuy primary students

Bedford-Stuyvesant’s PAL/Wynn Center was the scene of bitter struggle on a recent Friday afternoon, with quarter neither sought nor given as third- and fourth-grade students squared off against one another under the tutelage of International Chess Grand Master Maurice Ashley. … Full Article

​Resolution Postponed: Love-Spat Keeps Community Board Head in Abeyance Until August​

In a back and forth of who’s stalking whom, Community Board 6 District Manager Craig Hammerman continued to deny charges on Friday of stalking and harassment of his ex-girlfriend, who is allegedly now stalking him, according to his lawyer Joyce David.  … Full Article


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