After flipping through old photographs of the boardwalk at Coney Island, “The Deuce’s” film crew found the secret to bring present-day Coney back into the past: garbage. … Full Article

Volunteers do their best to beautify Brooklyn parks

The grass is greener on the other side of the fence, as the old saying goes. But in Brooklyn, there are a lot of volunteers who spend time in public parks making sure the grass is growing. … Full Article

Amber Tamblyn under fire for tweets about Hasidic driver

Actress-writer Amber Tamblyn, the star of “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants” films, found traveling in Brooklyn to be treacherous on a recent afternoon when she and her young daughter were nearly struck by a van while crossing the street. … Full Article

Asian Lunar New Year events celebrate the ‘Year of the Dog’

Three festive Lunar New Year celebrations took place on the same day in nearby Brooklyn neighborhoods on Sunday, March 4. … Full Article

Brooklyn Today March 8: Say Hello to NYC's First Nightlife Mayor

Weather, Brooklyn (NWS): Day 41°, Night 32°, Partly Sunny … Full Article

Wednesday March 7, Our World in Pictures

CZECH REPUBLIC —Rhinos Enjoy the Snow: Two endangered black rhinos play in the snow in a zoo in Dvur Kralove on Wednesday. … Full Article

Bay Ridge editor’s nightmare train ride wins him Worst Commute award

A Bay Ridge editor who recently endured a pair of nightmarish two-hour-long commutes home on the city’s transit system on successive nights has been named the winner of the Worst Commute Award by the advocacy group Riders Alliance. … Full Article

In app-dominated world, now comes vital aid for indigent

From Postmates and DoorDash to Grubhub and UberEats, there are countless apps today that can deliver anything and everything to one's doorstep in the blink of an eye. … Full Article

Brooklyn Today March 7: Opening of Historic Bossert Hotel Delayed Again

Weather, Brooklyn (NWS): Day 36°, Night 34°, Snow and Breezy … Full Article

Tuesday March 6, Our World in Pictures

WASHINGTON — Legislators Push New Housing Bill: In this Monday photo, Tamara Bancroft sits inside her van where she lives with her partner among the two-dozen or so vehicles housing homeless single women in a church parking lot in Kirkland. … Full Article

Fifth Ave. residents seek Community Board 10’s help to get security camera

A Bay Ridge block is coming under scrutiny from Community Board 10 after residents complained to local officials about large crowds of loud, drunken people regularly getting into fistfights on the sidewalk late at night, disturbing neighbors and leaving everyone in fear for their lives. … Full Article


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