2020 was rough for independent businesses
“My immediate thought after it happened to me was, I really hope this doesn’t happen again to somebody else.”
The North Brooklyn Device Drive is collecting and distributing e-learning devices to students in District 14.
“It’s a false narrative to say that kids aren’t learning anything this year. Kids are learning a lot about the world around them. They are learning about how messed up our leadership is.”
There are several options in Greenpoint for safe, easy Covid-19 tests.
Over 1700 people agree: The intersection at Nassau Avenue and Lorimer Street is dangerous. The triangular pedestrian crossway in question is the focus of a new Change.org petition to the […]
You can’t miss the signs. They’re plastered on walls and shop windows all over North Brooklyn with various messages on the same theme: ‘Shop Local,’ ‘Save Our Storefronts,’ ‘Show Your […]
After spending much of 2020 opposing a fracked gas pipeline being laid through the neighborhood, Greenpoint residents say they’ve notched up a few wins — but the fight’s not over. […]
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 […]
After a five-month break as COVID-19 swept New York City, GrowNYC’s food scrap drop-off site has returned to the McCarren Park Greenmarket (N 12 Street and Driggs Avenue) on Saturdays […]