Kids these days will do anything to have a good time.
Even if that means throwing a drug-infused rave in an abandoned warehouse that is filled with toxic waste, fails to meet fire regulations and is over capacity by 2,500 people. … Full Article
After a week of backlash from police groups threatening to boycott his upcoming film, Quentin Tarantino stood by his comments about police brutality and said he wouldn't be intimidated from voicing his opinion. … Full Article
What can you get for 65 cents nowadays?
On Tuesday, customers at Junior’s restaurant in Downtown Brooklyn got a fat slice of the world’s most famous cheesecake, to celebrate the storied eatery’s 65th anniversary. … Full Article
Southwest Brooklyn residents need better transportation services for an easier commute to and from work, according to a group of elected officials who held a press conference outside the F train’s Neptune Avenue station Monday to demand action from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority … Full Article
Three years after Superstorm Sandy, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams and other city officials unveiled a map showing exactly what storm recovery and resiliency projects are underway in the borough. … Full Article