“For a retired senior citizen living on a fixed income under the poverty line—the proposed increase is not realistic,”
“We need parks, not more fracked gas.”
“We will not allow our beloved Martha P. Johnson’s name to be exploited for political or personal gain”
“I hope they can save it.”
More than three of four respondents said they would like to use Open Streets for “strolling” in the future.
COVID-19 has upended the lives of both renters and landlords in north Brooklyn and beyond.
The partial demolition includes removing the building’s above-ground structure.
A broad coalition of politicians and activists criticized the Department of Transportation’s plan for a paid parking lot underneath the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway during a public Zoom meeting Thursday evening. Representatives […]
As the general election approaches, candidates in the Democratic primary this June are breathing easy. In a city that overwhelmingly skews to the left, victors in the primary are all […]
Offices and studios at 67 West Street were quiet, dark and empty on a Friday afternoon in early August. Motion-sensor lights in the long hallways flickered as feet clacked against […]