Music Industry Takes First Step Towards Emulating Film’s Success in NY

Taking a page from the film industry, a musical renaissance in New York is now in the offing.

On Tuesday, the...


PB Voting Places Stronger Emphasis on Public Infrastructural Improvements

It’s that time of the year again – when North Brooklyn residents vote on the projects they believe are most...

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Arts in Bushwick: Bigger, Broader and as Inclusive as Ever

Making History, a survey show of the artistic oeuvre and creative output that Bushwick has fostered over the past decade,...


Organizing Brooklyn's Can-Do People

There are those New Yorkers who live paycheck to paycheck. And then there are those who live nickel by nickel—assembling...


OSA to Honor Founder Hindy at Fourth Annual Fundraiser

Hundreds are expected to come out in support of the Open Space Alliance for North Brooklyn (OSA) and its...


Residents Honor Fallen Cyclists in 10th Annual Memorial Event

Cyclists killed on the streets of New York will be remembered on April 19 at an event that honors them...


Local Businesses Call for Stronger Voice in Train Closure Process

North Brooklyn businesses are protesting the upcoming temporary closures on the L train and are calling on the Metropolitan Transit...


Transportation Alternatives Tackles Meeker Avenue Safety Concerns

The transportation activist group Transportation Alternatives (TA) is calling for safety improvements along Meeker Avenue.

Make Meeker Move, as the...


MS 50 Celebrates a Century of Success

Sitting in her office at MS 50, Principal Denise Jamison is visibly excited. School aides have just brought armfuls of...


CB 1 Calls for Renewed Action on Greenpoint Hospital Site

Community Board 1 is calling on the City’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development to take action on the former...


Sunnyside Yards Development Could Create Headaches for Greenpointers Too, Says Historian

A local historian is raising awareness about the potential impact the massive Sunnyside Yards project in Long Island City, Queens,...


Newtown Creek Group Calls for Public Opinion on North Henry Street

A community group is calling for residents to have their say on what should be done with of a patch...


Reclaiming Williamsburg Through Walking Workshops

North Brooklynites hoping to get better acquainted with the neighborhood’s activist past should sign up for Neighbors Allied for Good...


A Year In, a New Principal is Building the Foundation for Success

Using creativity and a positive attitude, a local Principal is improving results at one of the community’s more troublesome schools....


City’s Green Infrastructure Plans in Nabes Like Bushwick Prove Stronger than Expected Results

North Brooklyn residents fed up with the city using Newtown Creek as its dumping grounds can rejoice…just a little. A...


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