To make sure New Yorkers will be ready to ride safely on the roads of the city, NYC Bike Share set up a series of classes for inexperienced bikers. Nearly 20 curious Brooklynites signed up to attend the class on Thursday night at the Red Lantern Bicycles
Keisher McLeod-Wells cares about how she looks. She likes shopping, wearing make-up, and used to be a model and an actress. But her real passion is boxing.
A Sunset Park man was arrested and charged with second degree murder on Monday. He’s in custody for the lethal stabbing of his girlfriend.
Fresh from their victory at Brooklyn’s Battle of the Boroughs, Victor V. Gurbo & Co. reflect the area’s diversity.
The New York City Department of Education decided yesterday to close the Freedom Academy High School and phase-out seven other public schools in Brooklyn.
The rabbis and ministers of many synagogues and churches in Coney Island and Brighton Beach have said they desperately need the help of the government to rebuild because the donations they receive are not sufficient enough to cover the cost of the damage.
Twenty-year-old Harry Puck grew up in the enchanting shadow of the iconic destination that is Coney Island, and has always wanted to be a part of it. On Sunday, Puck finally got his chance. He was one of over a thousand applicants that responded to a job-screening event at Lincoln High School, in Ocean Parkway, […]
Despite protests from the community and nurses, the State University of New York’s board of trustees unanimously voted to close Long Island College Hospital in Brooklyn on Friday morning.
Buses, trains, cabs and cars, a 22-mile commute, and six hours in a school supply room. That was a recent Wednesday for Lisa Quinones-Fontanez, who has a 7-year-old with autism and a full-time job. The current school bus strike, now in its third week, has left thousands of the city’s autistic children, like Quinones-Fontanez’s son, […]