T/brooklyn

  1. Brooklyn Heights: 19th-Century Streets and 21st-Century Changes Real Estate, Today

    With the development of Brooklyn Bridge Park and new luxury housing, Brooklyn Heights is drawing international tourists and ever-more-affluent buyers.

  2. Living In ... Brooklyn Heights Slideshow, Today

    With the development of Brooklyn Bridge Park and new luxury housing, Brooklyn Heights is drawing international tourists and ever-more-affluent buyers.

  3. Overdoses From ‘Dangerous Batch’ of K2 Grows to 56 in Brooklyn Metro, Yesterday

    The mass overdoses led to at least 15 arrests as the police hunt for the source of the toxic synthetic marijuana.

  4. Biking and Beeping Metro, Yesterday

    Whoever was honking the car horn was trying to tell him something.

  5. Killer Sentenced to Maximum Term for Elevator Stabbing Death of 6-Year-Old Metro, Yesterday

    A judge sentenced Daniel St. Hubert to 50 years to life in prison, bringing an end to a case that shocked New York City in 2014.

  6. K2 Eyed as Culprit After 14 People Overdose in Brooklyn Metro, May 20

    Investigators were trying to determine the source of a drug that caused the victims to faint and vomit.

  7. Homes That Sold for Around $600,000 Real Estate, May 20

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region

  8. How Rawia Bishara, Chef and Restaurateur, Spends Her Sundays Metropolitan, May 18

    The resident of Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, spends most of her day at Tanoreen, her restaurant, cooking and chatting up customers.

  9. Actress Struck by Car in Park Slope Loses Unborn Daughter Metro, May 17

    The Brooklyn district attorney’s office said it cannot bring additional charges against the driver because state law does not recognize a fetus as a person.

  10. At Em, the Noodle Soup Anchors a Menu (and a Marriage) Dining, May 17

    Among the pho and banh mi at this Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, restaurant is hu tieu, the first dish that the chef Ly Nguyen made for the man who would become her husband.

  11. How Do You Move a Shark? Very Carefully Metro, May 16

    Stocking the new shark exhibit at the New York Aquarium involves construction gear, canvas slings and considerable hands-on wrangling.

  12. A View From the Barge Metropolitan, May 16

    A Brooklyn theater company is staging the Arthur Miller play on the waterfront of working-class Red Hook.

  13. Counting Years, Shedding Seconds Metropolitan, May 16

    A photo essay of the Senior Games held recently on Staten Island and in Brooklyn.

  14. Mary Sansone, a Grass-Roots Political Godmother, Dies at 101 Obits, May 15

    A Brooklyn social worker and civic leader who was colorblind to race, she could deliver votes and was courted by political candidates.

  15. The Legacy of Stop-and-Frisk in New York’s Marijuana Arrests Editorial, May 14

    There are significant racial disparities in who is arrested on low-level marijuana charges around the city.

  16. A Taste of Guyana in East Flatbush, Brooklyn Dining, May 14

    German’s Soup offers family-style creole food in a Guyanese neighborhood.

  17. A Day to Celebrate Haiti’s Flag, and Its Foods Dining, May 14

    A family gathers around a kitchen table on Staten Island for a tutorial on griot, black rice and the joys of communal cooking.

  18. Brooklyn Safety Patrol Leader Is Charged in Sex Abuse of Teen Metro, May 11

    Authorities said that the president of a security force for the ultra-Orthodox Jews of Brooklyn sexually abused a 15-year-old girl last year.

  19. The Ballad of a Neighborhood Deli Metropolitan, May 11

    Lotto tickets, egg on a roll, cold beer in summer and a little bit of home.

  20. How Johnny Temple, Book Publisher and Rocker, Spends His Sundays Metropolitan, May 11

    During the day, Mr. Temple gets a little loud at his kids’ soccer games. Later, he’ll often meet “writer friends” for drinks at the No. 7 restaurant near his home in Fort Greene.

  21. Homeless Woman’s Court Fight Inspires 2 City Council Bills Metro, May 10

    A shelter resident is fighting the city’s efforts to move her from one facility to another, and a council member wants the city to explain such transfers.

  22. Homes for Sale in Manhattan and Brooklyn Real Estate, May 10

    This week’s properties are in Midtown, the Financial District and Prospect Heights, Brooklyn.

  23. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, May 10

    This week’s properties are in Midtown, the Financial District and Prospect Heights, Brooklyn.

  24. For a Designer, Less Is More Real Estate, May 10

    A young buyer went looking for a no-frills apartment.

  25. Intruder Charged in Killing of New School Professor in Brooklyn Home Metro, May 8

    Jeremy Safran was found beaten to death in the basement of his house, a bloody hammer nearby. The police arrested a man hiding in a closet.

  26. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, May 8

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York City.

  27. New York Design Destinations You Can’t Miss This Month Special Sections, May 8

    A calendar of standout events at the city’s annual design festival.

  28. In a Joyous Milestone, Officer Who Cheated Death Heads Home Metro, May 7

    Detective Dalsh Veve nearly died in June as he tried to stop a fleeing car on foot. On Monday, he was well enough to leave a rehabilitation center.

  29. How The Times’s Food Editor Develops Recipes for Home Cooks Insider, May 5

    Sam Sifton approaches recipe development the way any reporter would — by asking chefs a lot of questions.

  30. Saga of the Toxic Ball Fields Metropolitan, May 4

    For decades, soccer and baseball were played on contaminated fields in Red Hook, Brooklyn. In 2012, several were closed. More closed in 2015. Locals are wondering when the cleanup will start.

  31. New Brooklyn Home of Center for Fiction to Open in 2019 Culture, May 4

    The organization announced Friday that construction on its new building in Downtown Brooklyn is underway.

  32. Driver Charged With Manslaughter in Deaths of 2 Children Metro, May 3

    Dorothy Bruns, 44, ignored a doctor’s orders not to drive after a stroke and killed two small children in a Park Slope crosswalk, a prosecutor said.

  33. Flatbush Zombies’ Guide to Flatbush Metropolitan, May 3

    Before Flatbush Zombies became hip-hop stars, they were hip-hop teenagers hanging out in Brooklyn. A trip to the old neighborhood before the world tour.

  34. A Menu of Moroccan Tradition, and Generosity, in Brooklyn Dining, May 3

    Bab Marrakech, a Bay Ridge restaurant owned by natives of Morocco, offers delicate couscous and expansive plates of meat.

  35. Homes for Sale in Manhattan and Brooklyn Real Estate, May 3

    This week’s properties are in Yorkville, Greenwich Village and Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, Brooklyn.

  36. Building an Urban Escape Vehicle Metropolitan, May 3

    Riding a bike in New York has its own challenges. And the world-class mountain-bike trails just outside the city require a very different kind of bicycle.

  37. A Neighbor’s Airbnb Letters, May 3

    The head of New York policy for the company addresses a reader’s concern.

  38. A Generous Helping of Morocco Slideshow, May 3

    Bab Marrakech in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, offers delicate couscous, house-made sausages and lavish spreads of meat.

  39. Airbnb Drives Up Rent Costs in Manhattan and Brooklyn, Report Says Metro, May 3

    A study released by the city comptroller said Airbnb rentals take units off the market for full-time residents.

  40. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, May 3

    This week’s properties are in Yorkville, Greenwich Village and Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, Brooklyn.

  41. The Creepy Magic of the Red-Backed Salamander Metropolitan, May 2

    It does not have lungs, breathing through its skin, instead. If it feels threatened, it can shed its tail, which will wriggle for a few minutes, distracting the pursuer.

  42. Anti-Frieze Art Fairs Abound in Brooklyn Weekend, May 2

    Four fairs this week are showcasing emerging artists, and often affordable prices.

  43. In 200 Words or Less, a Columnist Offers Bite-Size Recommendations Insider, May 1

    Florence Fabricant on how she brings readers the latest in the food world.

  44. Prosecutors Prepare to Retry the 2003 Killing of a College Student Metro, May 1

    The long-running legal saga of John Giuca may result in a second trial as prosecutors continue to investigate him after an appeals court threw out his conviction.

  45. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, May 1

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  46. When the Downstairs Neighbors Become Best Friends Real Estate, April 30

    Sharing the downstairs washing machine and the upstairs coffee maker brings eight strangers together in Bushwick, Brooklyn.

  47. Homes That Sold for Around $1,300,000 Real Estate, April 29

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region

  48. Burlesque, Redefined Metro, April 28

    Meet brASS: a New York City troupe that is reclaiming a scene that they say has often left out women of color, queer, and transgender performers.

  49. Mark Morris’s Egalitarian Ethos and Top-Class Art Culture, April 27

    The deceptively modest programs at his Brooklyn dance center include a nearly new knockout, a major revival and career-spanning variety.

  50. Brooklyn School Grapples With Teacher’s Arrest on Sex Abuse Charges Metro, April 26

    Parents and students at Lenox Academy in Brooklyn said they were shocked by the arrest of Andre Braddy, a math teacher charged with sexually abusing a 14-year-old boy.

  51. The 54 Galleries to See Right Now in New York Culture, April 26

    A neighborhood-by-neighborhood guide to the spring’s best shows.

  52. 12 Galleries to Visit Now in Brooklyn and Queens Weekend, April 26

    Young and artist-run spaces are the dynamic specialties of these two boroughs, which have the city’s most dynamic art scene.

  53. Two Projects Helping Female Artists in Africa Find Their Voices Weekend, April 26

    African women face cultural and financial resistance to careers in art, but a Johannesburg residency and an international art fair in Brooklyn may help them succeed.

  54. Modern Russian Dumplings That Nod to the Past Dining, April 26

    At Luda’s Dumplings in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, the pelmeni are made with thoughtfully chosen ingredients and cooked to order, then glossed with drops of clarified butter.

  55. Dumplings in a Minimalist Setting Slideshow, April 26

    At Luda’s Dumplings in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, each pelmeni is crimped with a doily-like fringe, the skin thin enough that you can see the shadows of its interior.

  56. Math Teacher Sexually Abused Brooklyn Student, 15, Police Say Metro, April 25

    Andre Braddy, 34, is accused of having had a sexual relationship with a boy at the Canarsie middle school where he worked.

  57. Letter of Recommendation: Escape Rooms Magazine, April 25

    Being locked in a room of puzzles can be therapeutic — especially for couples.

  58. Felder, a Democrat, Says He Will Remain With Republicans Metro, April 24

    State Senator Simcha Felder, a Democrat from Brooklyn, will continue to sit with the Republican majority regardless of the outcome of two special elections on Tuesday.

  59. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, April 24

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.