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Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Fort Greene’s Dino adds outdoor dining to keep business flowing

Business has been steady since the reopening of the restaurant on June 22 and there have been no layoffs.

Special Report: In Our Backyard

Crown Heights – Franklin Avenue

Episode 1. Crown Heights activists fight for sunlight, fear gentrification despite lack of affordable housing,

Special Report: In Our Backyard

Sunset Park-Industry City

Episode 3: Developers believe the rezoning will bring new jobs, while residents fear those new opportunities will attract wealthier households and displace a part of Brooklyn many hold dear.

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On the 155th anniversary of Juneteenth, marchers say too little has changed

"My father was only five when segregation ended and I'm still here marching for the same stuff that he marched for.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Clock is ticking for NYC restaurants even as outdoor dining resumes  

Social distancing efforts have devastated New York City’s restaurant industry but the crisis is just beginning.

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Silent protests at McCarren Park

Greenpoint, Brooklyn residents hold nightly vigils in support of racial justice.

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Teens march for racial justice

Brooklyn teens lead a march across the Brooklyn Bridge

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George Floyd’s brother leads a memorial service in Brooklyn

“I am proud of the protests, but I am not proud of the destruction,” said Floyd.

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Police clash with demonstrators at Floyd protest in Flatbush

The protest was largely peaceful on Saturday afternoon in the Flatbush Area. But gradually became rowdy when some demonstrators pelted police officers with stones, bottled water and other objects.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

PPE in the city

However, as more people are using the masks and disposable gloves to protect themselves from the virus, the more these single use items are littering the streets.