Computer glitches matter but a lack of education is the biggest challenge ahead of the Affordable Healthcare Act.
Bushwick residents weigh in on a proposed development of a mini neighborhood.
Photo by Christian Pichler What comes to mind when you read the word “prostitute”? If your first image is a scantily clad female on a street corner—maybe scrambling to support a drug addiction—you’re not alone, but your view on the sex industry is largely outdated. While streetwalkers certainly do still exist, including in Brooklyn, the […]
Photo via Flickr You don’t necessarily need dollars to buy a slice at Lean Crust Pizza at 737 Fulton Street in Brooklyn. Lean Crust is one of Dan Lee’s family-owned businesses that accept Bitcoin as a form of payment. What is Bitcoin? Well, I’m so glad you asked! Bitcoin is a form of […]
The Rise of Brooklyn African-American Politics
And Williamsburg will be the next.
Brooklyn grocers expect to take a hit and soup kitchens brace for great community needs in anticipation of the enactment of the Farm Bill.
At a Bankruptcy Hearing, a Glimpse of Hope
A hip new restaurant battles it out with a neighborhood fave
After the typhoon; worrying, hoping for news, and collecting donations.