One translator’s journey to bring a Holocaust survivor’s story to life.
A woman recounts her continuing struggles with drug addiction.
The brother and the sister would sit at a table with a pen and a sheet of paper. So, how do you want your funeral. I want to get dressed in white. I want a red tie. I only want one flower. I want one day to be viewed. I want a hundred balloons, white […]
Students visit with one of China’s leading AIDS activists in Harlem.
A Brooklyn mother is still looking for the answers to her son’s death in 2005.
Over a quarter of the population of Red Hook has asthma. The reasons are still hidden in obscurity.
Reports, among others, that an open house for a five-bedroom brownstone in Brooklyn priced at $949,000 drew 300 visitors and brought in 50 offers are fueling fears of froth in the nation’s real estate market. The U.S. spring homebuying season has been marked by a frenzy of demand driven by Federal Reserve initiatives to bring […]
An envelope mailed to the Brooklyn Federal Courthouse by a prison inmate caused an anthrax scare for the second time in eight days Wednesday. A court employee opened the envelope and white powder, which turned out to be innocuous, spilled out. Read more at The Daily News.
A Brooklyn woman was kicked off of an American Airlines flight after she refused to stop singing Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You”. Margaret Gay, 50, was flying from Los Angeles to New York when passengers and stewards grew fed up with her warbling. The plane was diverted to Kansas City, where Gay was […]