Proposed city regulations seem to be driven by health concerns. But business and cultural concerns are in the mix
Police are searching for three gunmen in the Saturday morning incident on Third Ave. near 73rd
On the evening of July 6, 2012, Salvatore Perrone walked into Mohamed Gebeli’s clothing store on Fifth Ave. and shot him in the neck.
It’s never too late to become a magician – a group of seniors from Bay Ridge Senior Center study magic tricks with a Brooklyn magician, Gary Dreifus. Brooklyn seniors will show their card, rope or rings tricks during a magic show in June.
David Fernandez owns furniture restoration shop in Bay Ridge. He repairs antique chairs, tables and cabinets around Brooklyn, but fears that he might go out of business.
Fresh from their victory at Brooklyn’s Battle of the Boroughs, Victor V. Gurbo & Co. reflect the area’s diversity.
The Verrazano-Narrows Bridge round-trip toll shoots up to $15. Brooklyn merchants worry what it might mean for their Staten Island customers.
Emergency repairs have begun on a shoreline Brooklyn bike path that was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. The expected completion date is Memorial Day weekend.
Though there wasn’t much excitement about New York’s Republican Presidential primaries on April 24, Republicans in Brooklyn are optimistic about the ground they’ve gained in the borough, particularly in Southern Brooklyn.