Williamsburg’s Qi Thai Grill, from the restaurant group behind midtown’s Qi Bangkok Eatery and Union Square’s Qi Asian Eatery, has a more rustic touch than that of its Manhattan counterparts.
Colorful patchwork quilts have been hanging in storefront windows on Myrtle Avenue in February as part of the neighborhood’s celebration of Black Artstory Month.
With spring just around the corner, emergency repairs have begun on a shoreline Brooklyn bike path destroyed by Hurricane Sandy.
A federal judge has put Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes in the unusual position of having to defend himself before a jury — against claims he is “deliberately indifferent” to misconduct by prosecutors in his office.
On Ash Wednesday, Feb. 13, Brooklyn’s Catholics were still processing Monday morning’s surprise announcement of Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation. He is the first leader of the Roman Catholic Church to step down in almost 600 [...]
Nearly seven months after the neighborhood’s only grocery store closed, Windsor Terrace locals will finally get details on what’s replacing it.
The family of a Brooklyn shooting victim removed him from life support Thursday. Lucas Phillip Lee, 34, was taken off the machines a week after police found him shot in the forehead inside his family’s 2004 Lexus.
A Brooklyn rabbi is being accused of trying to lure an undercover detective posing as a 14-year-old girl to meet for sex.
Parents and students at one Brooklyn school are overjoyed today after getting a mention during President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address last night.
Rents in January cooled in both boroughs, according to two real estate reports out yesterday.