Unemployment figures are one thing. How about the price of bread, the size of the rent hike, or the going rate for balloons?
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.
Empire Mayonnaise, a store selling gourmet flavored mayonnaise, opened in Prospect Heights April 8.
The New York City Department of Transportation (DOT) launched a Neighborhood Slow Zone program this fall that reduces speed limits from 30 mph to 20 mph and adds safety measures, such as speed bumps, within a select area. The first and currently only existing Slow Zone in the city was created in the Claremont section of the Bronx in late November. Now several neighborhoods in Brooklyn are applying for their own Neighborhood Slow Zones, hoping to make their streets safer.
With less than a year to go before opening night, residents are worried about the traffic and parking problems that will come with the new arena.
The Internet continues to grow as a central tool in the community life of Brooklyn and other communities in the nation.
Weekday mornings Osmond Thorne takes commuters and children to school, but he is not driving a bus or subway train. He is behind the wheel of a 15-person commuter van. The vans are a cheap and convenient way to get around Brooklyn, but they also skirt city regulations by regularly straying outside of their licensed […]
The Kimchi Taco Truck will be opening a permanent location later this month.
Prospect Heights offers a multicultural restaurant scene as dynamic as its arriving immigrants.