Cobble Hill steams over loss of parking to new construction, big car-share invasion

Cobble Hill car owners have already lost street parking due to ongoing construction at the former Long Island College Hospital (LICH) site. … Full Article

Come stroll Fifth Avenue in Greenwood Heights and Sunset Park

It starts with an arena and ends with a quasi-cathedral. We're talking about Fifth Avenue, the commercial and residential corridor that runs from Barclays Center at the edge of Park Slope to big, beautiful St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church in Bay Ridge. … Full Article

‘Good neighbors’ fill opioid overdose prevention classes in Brooklyn

What do you do when coming across someone dying from an opioid overdose — unconscious, not breathing, on the sidewalk or at the grocery store? Good neighbors filled a library auditorium in Bushwick on Tuesday to learn how to save a life by administering naloxone, an opiate antagonist. … Full Article

P.S. 34 celebrates annual art parade

Nearly 100 parents packed into the schoolyard of Public School 34, many with their camera in hand, in hopes of capturing their child’s big moment. But this wasn’t graduation day, it was the school’s annual art parade. … Full Article

Paddleboarder risks it all racing on the Gowanus Canal

A brave, lone, stand-up paddleboarder and teams of canoers raced through a 2.5-mile course in the Gowanus Canal from the 365 Bond development on Second Street to the mouth of the Gowanus Bay on Saturday. … Full Article

Sunset Park celebrates, pays tribute to Hurricane Maria victims in fourth annual Puerto Rican Day Parade

In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria that left Puerto Rico last fall with massive destruction and a rising death toll, Sunset Park’s fourth annual Puerto Rican Day Parade and Festival on Sunday was celebratory, resilient, and sometimes somber. … Full Article

Tattoo parlor raises funds for pediatric cancer research

A tattoo parlor donated its profits on Friday to Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a children’s cancer research foundation, the … Full Article

NYPD cop pulls out knife in road rage scrap

An NYPD officer allegedly pulled out a knife on another driver during a roadside altercation on Friday, the Daily News reported. … Full Article

Gallery devoted to black art forced to move from Bed-Stuy

HOUSING, a black-owned gallery that was formerly located at 424 Gates Ave. in Bedford-Stuyvesant, is searching for a new home. … Full Article

A peek inside the bustling Brooklyn Army Terminal

When work on the Brooklyn Army Terminal (BAT) began in 1918, it was designed to be quickly turned over to the private sector once World War I ended. It took a little longer than that — the first manufacturing tenants arrived in 1987. … Full Article


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