It’s happening again: Refugees flee turmoil for the safety of Brooklyn. Comments (12)
A new homeless shelter is making a mess of Greenpoint, claim a handful of angry residents wary of their new neighbors and upset with the church that’s offering destitute men a place to spend the night. Comments (54)
Have you ever sat there for a second and just thought about how amazing it is that a news story can come to exist. It’s so beautiful, the process. It starts as just a seed — a random idea floating around in the ether of a young reporter’s mind. Then comes conception, the moment when it becomes a real concept. That concept grows into a pitch, and when that pitch finds a way to permeate an editor’s thick skull, the miracle begins. Within three hours, that story is live on BrooklynPaper.com. Thanks for reading, and keep hustlin’, Brooklyn! Read more…
This week, Stephanie discovers there are some things a mother can’t teach. Comment
A Coney Island landlord is trying to pull the plug on a Bowery Street arcade that he claims fell behind on rent, but the man behind the video games says he is a good tenant — and has scans of his cashed checks to prove it. Comment
There’s no stage like home. Comment
Nets are on fire!
Nets: Brooklyn’s new home team is winning, and our columnists are here to make sure the squad keeps at it.
The takeaway of this column is takeaways. Comment
For the Brooklyn Nets, 2013 has been everything that late 2012 wasn’t. And that’s exactly how they want it. Comments (4)