But gentrification does bring its ups and downs
The expensive City Point Towers are signs of a rapidly changing neighborhood.
The quality of the service depends on the quality of the partnerships behind it.
An analysis of requests for bike stations by The Brooklyn Ink shows that our borough is ready to ride.
In a changing Brooklyn, Cumbe is empowering dancers through African teachings and traditions.
Smaller Shops Are Losing the Fulton Street Retail War
The Brooklyn boyfriend who loves Chinese dumplings.
For the first time, local residents of Brooklyn Heights and surrounding neighborhoods in Brooklyn’s 33rd District, and have real decision-making power, through Participatory Budgeting, a program in which residents vote directly to decide how to spend up to $1 million of their council member’s discretionary funding.
One of the last official acts of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI turned the former Church of St. Joseph into a cathedral, but not everyone is happy with the decision.