Parents, teachers and students say Grady High School has improved over the last two years and shouldn’t be closed this summer. The city disagrees, claiming Grady is far from a grade-A school. Comments (2).
A Brooklyn-born dance legend is returning home for her first hometown performance of original work in nearly 20 years — and she’s not just choreographing and directing it, she’s dancing in it. Comment.
Three Brooklyn artists are capturing more than 365 moments in time using artists in astronaut suits, a gargantuan sculpture based on the messiah, and Victorian beauties topped with intestines at the Bergen Street gallery The Invisible Dog. Comment.
Prospect Park’s new roadway redesign would give the same amount of space to cars, cyclists and pedestrians. Transportation advocates say it will make the street safer for everyone, but some park advocates argue the proposal will actually make the roadway more chaotic and dangerous. We asked two major players on the issue to give us their thoughts. Comment.
The Department of Buildings says that Congregation Shaare Torah put in its loud air conditioning unit without the proper permits, but all the city can do about it is mediate the ongoing dispute between the house of worship and two Holocaust survivors who have been complaining about the industrial-sized AC for years. Comments (5).
Students of the Crown Heights Yeshiva wowed the crowd when they brought historical figures to life during their production of “A Time Line Through History” at the Marine Park school on Feb. 28 and 29. Comment.
A disgraced southern Brooklyn legislator says he called the FBI when he heard allegations that Grimm was strongarming a prominent rabbi for campaign donations in 2010, before the Bay Ridge congressman was elected to office. The Roll Call newspaper has the scoop.