In Part Two, The Brooklyn Ink looks at the life of Mervyn Spann, a 25-year-old Brownsville man who was shot and killed in November.
Dear. Mr. Bratton, Welcome to New York. Much has changed since your first tour of duty. For one thing, the murder rate is down dramatically—both citywide and in Brooklyn. But in certain poor neighborhoods they grind on and on. This special report is a look at the grim and stubborn problem in Brooklyn, and we […]
Brooklyn Fires Rise in December. The FDNY tries to hold that number down, but could use some online muscle.
Brooklyn rents swing upward as Manhattan gets cheaper, leaving only a $300 gap between the two.
A hellacious sport called “the knockout game” has haunted Brooklyn recently.
Man Up treats violence like a disease, something that can be stopped before it spreads.
Kalif Turner and Kevin Thompson were killed within two weeks of each other in Ocean Hill
A first-term councilman in Brooklyn’s 45th district, Jumaane Williams sets his sight on the New York City Council Speaker position.
In Park Slope, some 200 residents push two plans for safeguarding pedestrians.
A Tree Shop Grows in Brooklyn