A few years shy of retirement, Roni Levin was laid off. She tells the Ink the story of how she started over at 60.
By Kim Chakanetsa In an age of e-memorials and three-letter postings on Facebook pages, traditional obituaries can start to feel a little…quaint. But obituaries are not completely — pardon the pun — dead. They’re a business. Paying tribute in the obituary section can be expensive or free – depending on where you live in Brooklyn. […]
Twenty-five years after its hopeful opening, Paul Robeson High School is scheduled to shut down in four years. Did the school fail, or was it allowed to fail?
As Valentine’s Day approaches, Brooklynites share what they love – and hate – about their borough.