A recently opened coffee shop, Kava Shteeble, is one face of gentrification in Bed-Stuy. Not everybody in the neighborhood loves it, but some do—particularly certain local artists, with whom Kava Shteeble has worked to forge a bond.
One translator’s journey to bring a Holocaust survivor’s story to life.
People find friendship in the most unlikely of places – the TV show “My Little Pony.”
The crowdfunding website moves next month into the up-and-coming north Brooklyn neighborhood.
This is the story of how Dumbo went from an underutilized waterfront area to a thriving industrial, commercial and tech hub.
Miss Cherry Delight woke up one Saturday morning not long ago and knew she was no longer a princess.
Today the Brooklyn Information and Culture organization opened its newly-renovated BRIC House, a 40,000 square foot arts complex to the public.
What ever you were in the mood for Tuesday night, you could have found at The Green Building in Cobble Hill at the third annual Tasting Brooklyn event.
Brooklyn residents relived the days of the Dodgers with the premiere of “42,” the biopic of sports and civil rights legend Jackie Robinson.