Brooklyn (Page 4)
NY People: Luke Woodard, cafe owner
Luke Woodard, 27, of Melbourne, Australia, describes his journey of starting his business, Sweatshop Cafe and Design Studio, in Brooklyn, NY.
Life jackets symbolize the plight of refugees in Brooklyn display
Oxfam America, a global organization that addresses poverty, hunger and injustice arranged used refugee life jackets on Pebble Beach at […]
This was their last social studies class before the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks that changed their city and the world.
NYC Primary: Colorful Sanders supporters rally at Navy Yard before debate
They came from all over the country to take on the more subdued Hilary Clinton supporters.
Gang violence grows in Brooklyn
According to the NYPD, in North Brooklyn alone, there are 73 separate gangs.
Dozens march against gun violence
City officials, residents, chaplains, community outreach organizations, and residents of all races, walked a mile, praying and chanting to Ebbets Field.
LGBTQ barbershop makes the right cuts
Kutzwell started her barbershop in 2007 when her friends in the LGBTQ community complained about the service they received at neighborhood barbershops.
Veterans and civilians “Run as One”
Members of Team Red, White & Blue, Team Rubicon and The Mission Continues run beside and cheer on one of […]
Tom Tom helps female drummers keep the beat
At the core of everything, the Tom Tom Academy looks to expose as many people to drumming as they can.
Blizzard of 2015: Greenpoint
As the colossal Nor’easter dubbed Juno rushed headlong into the Northeastern Seaboard Monday afternoon, Brooklynites weren’t taking any chances.