A former member of the Brooklyn Bridge Park Community Advisory Council insists that she did not exploit her position to steer a controversial $40-million cycling racetrack to the waterfront development, but some of the council’s roughly two dozen members are considering tweaking the group’s by-l … Full Article
Brooklyn is the city of churches — and of gardens.
Those gardens are now in jeopardy, as temperatures hang in the 90s for days on end, even returning to ultra-high temperatures after rainfall. … Full Article
Outdoor concerts have long been a staple of summer in Brooklyn, alongside the trips to Coney Island, open fire hydrants, barbecues and that incessant ice cream truck jingle coming through our windows. … Full Article
The Real Estate Board of New York’s (REBNY) Brooklyn Committee took a virtual walk through Prospect Park at its February meeting, courtesy of Emily Lloyd, president of the Prospect Park Alliance. … Full Article
The upcoming Memorial Day holiday should be about more than just barbecues, shopping excursions and trips to the beach, according to a US Marine, who said he’s concerned Americans have forgotten the real meaning of the day. … Full Article
Parents of the city's school children had better enjoy their Christmas vacation because it could be the last no-stress period of time they have for a long time.
After the start of the New Year, parents could face the prospect of having no school bus service for their kids. … Full Article