The Brooklyn Wire

Scouring the Web for all things Brooklyn

Results 181–210 of 1913.

Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1160 61 62 63 64

← Previous pageNext page →

Rob Astorino

The well-deserved criticism heaped on Gov. Andrew Cuomo for stubbornly refusing to debate -- or even acknowledge -- primary opponent Zephyr Teachout has given the advantage to Republican challenger  Read more

Three men have been arrested for chasing and shooting a 22-year-old man in Bushwick in what police are calling an anti-gay attack. Police say the victim, whose name hasn’t been  Read more

Three men have been arrested for chasing and shooting a 22-year-old man in Bushwick in what police are calling an anti-gay attack. Police say the victim, whose name hasn’t been  Read more

It’s been a while since the word “penthouse” actually meant the full top floor. These days most new luxury buildings have “penthouse.” But a new Brooklyn development is stretching the  Read more

Last night Pete Davidson made his debut on Saturday Night Live. In a year when most of the cast is new, his turn on Weekend Update was the breakout performance.  Read more

    Tens of thousands of art fans filled the cobblestoned streets of DUMBO Friday night and all day Saturday for the 18th iteration of the DUMBO Arts Festival, kicking off  Read more

In Case You Missed It (ICYMI): Here are some of the big stories you may have missed this week. You can keep up with what’s going on in the neighborhood  Read more

Photo by Driely S. for Racked A tour of Venessa Arizaga’s quirky, tropical Greenpoint studio Here’s what’s in store for fall at Boerum House + Home 11 places to up  Read more

The police are hoping the public can help them identify a person who opened fire on a Brooklyn sidewalk Friday night. [ more › ] Read more

The clothing retailer J. Crew has officially opened in Williamsburg, marking what Gothamist aptly calls “the Connecticutification” of once bohemian neighborhood. The new 6,000-square-foot shop is located at 234 Wythe  Read more

The Real Deal reported on 9/19/14, City Planning appoints new Brooklyn director: Winston Von Engel's appointment comes amidst borough's development boom:New York City’s Department of City Planning just appointed a  Read more

Instead of delivering his mail, 67-year-old mailman Jos […] Read more

That’s the ticket! A speed camera in Brooklyn tallied a bank-busting 1,551 tickets in a single day this summer, according to the Department of Transportation. At $50 a pop, the...  Read more

This week, the Screecher breaks down the good, the bad, and the ugly about the big-box store in his backyard. Read more. Read more

According to the Village Voice, the number first came to light this summer in the wake of Eric Garner's July 17 chokehold death: from 2009 to 2013, the city's Civilian  Read more

Grease spills might seem like no big deal—give or take the massively negative impact grease has on our sewer system—but that doesn’t mean they don’t cause seriously dangerous conditions, especially  Read more

Harvest Hootenanny

Sunday, October 19th, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The annual HOOT (Harvest Hootenanny) in Greenwood Playground will offer a dazzling array of dance

performances by Cynthia King Dance Studio,  Read more

It's

Family Movie Night at Greenwood Playground tonight--a night at the

movies in the great outdoors, showing the original version of

Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

Tonight

Saturday, September 27th, starting  Read more

The NYPD officer who has been accused of beating a pregnant woman with a baton during a disturbing arrest in Sunset Park last week has been put on modified duty.  Read more

The Durst family made their fortune developing massive Manhattan office towers. But with the housing market seeing record prices, the Dursts are gambling on a sprawling residential development on the  Read more

A proposal for three neighboring townhouses at 295-299 Hicks Street (between Joralemon and State) did not pass muster at Tuesday’s session of the Landmarks Preservation Commission, Curbed NY’s Evan Bindelglass  Read more

A proposal for three neighboring townhouses at 295-299 Hicks Street (between Joralemon and State) did not pass muster at Tuesday’s session of the Landmarks Preservation Commission, Curbed NY’s Evan Bindelglass  Read more

The Brooklyn Bridge is a pretty romantic spot, assuming you can block out all the traffic, cyclists and slow-moving tourists stopping to snap photos every 15 seconds. But it’s not  Read more

A USPS postal worker who reportedly struggled with alcohol addiction and depression was caught hoarding over 40,000 pieces of undelivered mail that were intended for the Flatbush neighborhood of Brooklyn,  Read more

A USPS postal worker who reportedly struggled with alcohol addiction and depression was caught hoarding over 40,000 pieces of undelivered mail that were intended for the Flatbush neighborhood of Brooklyn,  Read more

A 68-year-old woman who was arrested for stealing purses in Brooklyn eateries earlier this summer has died a day after pleading guilty to the charges against her. [ more ›  Read more

A 68-year-old woman who was arrested for stealing purses in Brooklyn eateries earlier this summer has died a day after pleading guilty to the charges against her. [ more ›  Read more

From our friends at the Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition: “BBAWC needs volunteers this Sunday, September 28th! We will have a booth at Atlantic Antic and need set-up help beginning  Read more

From our friends at the Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition: “BBAWC needs volunteers this Sunday, September 28th! We will have a booth at Atlantic Antic and need set-up help beginning  Read more

Results 181–210 of 1913.

Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1160 61 62 63 64

← Previous pageNext page →

Links