Gentrification in Cobble Hill takes on a whole new dimension
As industrial space turns residential, studio space gets harder to find
The borough is considered deep blue, but there are red zones too. Consider Dyker Heights.
After 11 years, the city will buy land that supplies the last piece of the puzzle
After a pair of swastikas are discovered in Adam Yauch Park, demonstrators call for love and solidarity
A snapshot of Election Day in a swing-state sister city
We asked people in Brooklyn what they’d like a new president to do first. Here’s what they said
Officials say a cement barrier keeps swimmers apart from the toxic coal tar underneath the pool. But experts note that cement can deteriorate.
A teacher and a performer says music is his anchor
Overcrowding is an old problem in the neighborhood, but parents and school officials are determined to fix it