The city has quietly installed electronic devices at busy intersections that use E-ZPass technology to collect data on cars — and possibly their drivers — as they pass below, The Brooklyn Paper has learned. Comments (5).
Two young female filmmakers who became infatuated with an overweight, often shirtless Williamsburg eccentric while filming a movie about his life, have convinced the masses to donate thousands of dollars to help them finish their masterpiece — while its temperamental subject sits in cell on Rikers Island convicted of menacing his neighbors. Comment.
The Republican contenders for mayor say they are fed up with food carts — a declaration that drew applause from Bay Ridge business leaders who battled controversial halal wagons, and boos from mobile vendor advocates. Comment.
Emmons Avenue celebrated the grand opening of its first floating restaurant on Sunday, the Amberjack V. And if the locals have anything to say about it, the new seafood eatery won’t raise anchor anytime soon. Comment.
After a rocky start, with just one win in six games of division play, Xaverian’s baseball team has finally gotten its groove back. The Clippers are now in a three-way tie for first place in the Brooklyn-Queens Class AA Division. Comment.
After a rocky start, with just one win in six games of division play, Xaverian’s baseball team has finally gotten its groove back. The Clippers are now tied for first place in the Brooklyn-Queens Class AA Division. Comment.
It’s alive! Long Island College Hospital may stay open after all — at least in some form — now that the State University of New York has withdrawn its controversial closure plan for the troubled institution. Comment.
The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce visited the Aviator Sports and Events Center in Mill Basin April 17 for an afternoon of networking amongst the borough’s business elite, who toured the recreational facility and met the wildly attired acrobats of the Kings County’s own UniverSoul Circus. Comment.