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An anti-Semitic Queens couple apparently enraged by a lack of social distancing attacked a group of Hasidic Jews in Brooklyn, bizarrely even pulling the masks off some of the victims’  Read more

In case you're wondering, the scheduled 5/12/20 Atlantic Yards Quality of Life meeting has been postponed to an unspecified time, according to a notice on the web site for the  Read more

Rapper Nick Blixky was discovered fatally shot on Brooklyn street Sunday night, cops said. Blixky, who was born as Nickalus Thompson, was found on Winthrop Street in Prospect Lefferts Gardens  Read more

A Brooklyn barber whose rogue curbside salon went viral last week said Sunday he hasn’t given up his al-fresco hair-snipping operation — but he’s moved it to a new, secret  Read more

“It's definitely keeping me awake at night. How can we get everybody through this and keep it alive and keep it iconic?” [ more › ] Read more

The Brooklyn Nets, in the wake of the coronavirus crisis, have created the Brooklyn Nets Resource Hub, a listing of online resources, in categories like Education, Health & Wellness, Food,  Read more

OK, maybe we have some insight on the odd, two-month tenure of David Levy, who left as Brooklyn Nets/Barclays Center CEO, telling the Times last November, "It wasn’t one thing. It  Read more

An alleged serial groper in Brooklyn was arrested Saturday and charged with molesting eight women —  including six attacked in a little more than a single hour. Accused binge-groper Kevin  Read more

An enraged homeless man claimed he was HIV-positive and then punched and spit at a transit worker who tried to boot him from a subway car early Saturday in Brooklyn,  Read more

Nothing will stop one of Brooklyn Heights’ favorite annual events, the 4th Window Concert! A message from The Music House: Hello Everybody, We just wanted to let you know that  Read more

More than 50 Jewish summer camps are pressing upstate officials to let them host thousands of Orthodox and ultra-Orthodox kids in a matter of only weeks, despite the coronavirus pandemic.  Read more

The Brooklyn Women’s Exchange has closed its store at 55 Pierrepont Street for the duration of the COVID-19 emergency, but is taking orders by phone – (718) 624-3435 – or  Read more

A Brooklyn woman desperately ill with the coronavirus is breathing easy this Mother’s Day thanks to a novel treatment her medical-student son helped devise. Josephine Bruzzese, who is 48 and  Read more

Seven women have groped by a single attacker in Brooklyn, including six in a sick, 90-minute span this week, police said. A man accosted one female pedestrian just before 10  Read more

Madison International via Street Art NYCOpposite the Barclays Center at Fort Greene Place and Atlantic Avenue, there's a new mural, "Hope," at Atlantic Center mall, 20 feet wide and 24 feet  Read more

I recently read Eric Eyre's excellent and troubling book Death in Mud Lick: A Coal Country Fight against the Drug Companies That Delivered the Opiod Epidemic.I'll refer you to reviews  Read more

“With the social-distancing, you would figure that violence would drop and we would have less violent acts in regards to shootings, though we’re not seeing that in Brooklyn,” said NYPD Chief  Read more

After 17 months on the Eklund-Gomes team, Jessica Peters is striking out on her own. Peters, who has built her career on Brooklyn’s new development and townhouse markets, has co-founded  Read more

It’s Friday, everybody! Around these parts, during this particular time in human history, this means pizza night, which involves my sister and I driving to the next town over for  Read more

Mother's Day is traditionally the busiest day of the year in Green-wood Cemetery. In order to provide plot-owners with the peace and solitude they deserve when they're paying their respects  Read more

An NYPD officer was among three city workers busted overnight in domestic incidents, cops said Friday. Officer Rafal Korycki, 29, was arrested around 6 a.m. Friday and charged with criminal  Read more

Tomorrow--Saturday, May 9th--is the last day that Prospect Farm will collect food scraps from the public until further notice.

Sign up for their e-mail list if you'd like to receive food  Read more

The NYPD will begin limiting entry at two city parks this weekend that were “more crowded than they should have been” as part of new social distancing efforts to halt  Read more

Is the B5 tower, the first (of six) expected over the Vanderbilt Yard, just east of Sixth Avenue between Atlantic Avenue and Pacific Street, really on its way?Well, permits have  Read more

Are you ready? Mother’s Day is this Sunday. Today is Friday in case you were wondering, which means you have two days. A global pandemic is no excuse! Show the  Read more

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