T/brooklyn

  1. 34 Charged in Ring That Sold Potent New Drug, Prosecutors Say N.Y. / Region, Yesterday

    The Brooklyn group is accused of selling furanyl fentanyl, a designer narcotic from China that is 50 times more powerful than heroin.

  2. Vision Zero Has Made Ocean Parkway Safer, but Some See Red N.Y. / Region, March 28

    A 25-mile-per-hour speed limit seems to have reduced accidents on Ocean Parkway. Nevertheless, the hassle of the slower speed has moved a Brooklyn power broker to act.

  3. Pressure Builds for City’s Renewal Schools as State Tests Begin N.Y. / Region, March 28

    In the final year of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s initiative, students and teachers at struggling schools have been urgently preparing for exams to avoid being closed.

  4. In Brooklyn’s Kosher Pizza War, Modern Tastes Battle Ancient Law N.Y. / Region, March 28

    A civil dispute between two pizzerias in Crown Heights comes before a rabbinical court.

  5. Seen on the Streets: Fashion Mavericks, a Stylish Couple and Fran Lebowitz Fashion & Style, March 25

    “I’m not really interested in color,” said Andre Wagner, a Brooklyn photographer who specializes in street style.

  6. Two Die in Separate Cases of Falling From Buildings in Brooklyn N.Y. / Region, March 24

    A man died after falling out of a window hours after one teenager died and another one was injured after falling from a rooftop, the police said.

  7. On the Market in the New York Region Slideshow, March 24

    This week’s properties are on the Upper East Side, in the East Village and in Kensington, Brooklyn.

  8. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, March 24

    This week’s properties are on the Upper East Side, in the East Village and in Kensington, Brooklyn.

  9. Semilla, Praised for Its Tasting Menu, Is Closing Food, March 24

    Saturday will be the final evening for the small chef’s counter in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

  10. Home Inspectors on Their Weirdest Discoveries Real Estate, March 24

    When a home is sold, buyers bring in inspectors who sometimes get a window into the life of the previous owner.

  11. Adulting, but With Your College Crowd Real Estate, March 24

    Living with college friends can offer a built-in social network.

  12. Five Leaders on New York’s Five Boroughs N.Y. / Region, March 23

    The borough presidents in Brooklyn, the Bronx, Manhattan, Staten Island and Queens talk about the present and the future of their parts of the city.

  13. For a Half-Century, She Has Led the Blind With Chutzpah (and Often, No Cane) N.Y. / Region, March 23

    Rosemary Romano, an instructor at Helen Keller Services for the Blind in Downtown Brooklyn, has been teaching the visually impaired by example.

  14. Double Feature at Brooklyn’s Kent Theater: Cheap Seats and Fresh Popcorn N.Y. / Region, March 21

    The Kent Theater in the Midwood neighborhood, which the filmmaker Woody Allen went to as a child, shows first releases at prices below what big chain theaters charge.

  15. In an Era of Fake News, Teaching Students to Parse Fact From Fiction N.Y. / Region, March 20

    Even before the 2016 presidential campaign put fake news front and center, a Brooklyn middle school saw a need for news literacy.

  16. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, March 17

    This week’s properties are on the Upper East Side, in the East Village and in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.

  17. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, March 17

    This week’s properties are on the Upper East Side, in the East Village and in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.

  18. Suburban? Just Don’t Call Her a ‘Jersey Girl’ Real Estate, March 17

    Moving to the suburbs was never high on this writer’s list of priorities, but having escaped the city for Montclair, N.J., she doesn’t look back.

  19. 350 Square Feet, Two Kids, Two Cats and a Rabbit Real Estate, March 17

    Living in such a small space means eschewing bulky items and having only things you really need.

  20. Brooklyn NYPD Bribery Scheme Said to Be Even More Widespread N.Y. / Region, March 16

    During the sentencing of Alex Lichtenstein, who bribed officers to get dozens of handgun permits, prosecutors disclosed that other officers had accepted cash and gifts from him.

  21. Capturing New York City, as It Awakens N.Y. / Region, March 16

    The photographer Sasha Arutyunova took photographs of New York City during its daybreak hours, before it applied its makeup or donned its power suit.

  22. Only Assailant Tried in Racially Charged Beating Gets Four Years N.Y. / Region, March 16

    But the sentence is stayed pending appeal. As many as 20 members of a Hasidic neighborhood watch group called the shomrim assaulted a young black man.

  23. Now Serving in Williamsburg: A Bar Hidden in a Deli Fashion & Style, March 15

    Mezcaleria La Milagrosa, which is behind a freezer door, serves five types of margaritas in a festive atmosphere.

  24. In Bedford-Stuyvesant, Ready for ‘the Billie’ to Return N.Y. / Region, March 15

    The Billie Holiday Theater, which first opened in 1972, is finishing a $4.1 million renovation.

  25. Over a Century Later, an Irish Painter’s Brooklyn Renaissance N.Y. / Region, March 15

    John Mulvany, a celebrated artist largely forgotten after his death, spent his last years in Greenpoint — a period taking on new importance as his lost works are rediscovered.

  26. Pregnant Inmates Say a Federal Jail Is No Place for Them, and Some Judges Agree N.Y. / Region, March 14

    The treatment of pregnant women at Brooklyn jail is alarming judges, with one comparing it to a “prison in Turkey or some third-world country.”

  27. Majorelle, Offering French Fare in the Lowell Hotel, to Open Food, March 14

    A financial district offering from the team behind Blue Ribbon; Jonathan Benno to leave Lincoln Ristorante; Le Périgord closes; and other restaurant news.

  28. Cuomo’s $1.4 Billion Plan for Brooklyn Stirs Fears of Gentrification N.Y. / Region, March 14

    Some residents worry that the investment of more health and wellness resources in long-suffering neighborhoods is a sign of gentrification. Others question why it took so long.

  29. Solar Experiment Lets Neighbors Trade Energy Among Themselves Business Day, March 13

    Dozens of homes and businesses in Brooklyn have been wired into a microgrid, which allows members to exchange excess-electricity credits.

  30. In Brooklyn, Police Find Toppled Tombstones, but No Crime N.Y. / Region, March 12

    It seemed to be a clear case of vandalism at a predominantly Jewish cemetery during a wave of anti-Semitic attacks. But officers swiftly determined otherwise.

  31. A Financial Lifeline for Owners of Historic Homes N.Y. / Region, March 12

    The Landmarks Conservancy offers loans to homeowners who need to do work that will pass muster with New York City’s Landmarks Preservation Commission.

  32. Renting Your Home Out, By the Hour Real Estate, March 10

    Internet sites now make it possible for you to rent out your home for parties, corporate events and photo shoots.

  33. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, March 10

    This week’s properties are on the Upper West Side, in Greenwich Village and in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn.

  34. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, March 10

    This week’s properties are on the Upper West Side, in Greenwich Village and in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn.

  35. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, March 10

    This week’s properties are on the Upper West Side, in Greenwich Village and in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn.

  36. A Brooklyn Charter School Looks Past ‘No Excuses’ N.Y. / Region, March 9

    The Ascend Public Charter Schools network tries doing away with unforgiving disciplinary codes.

  37. Butterfunk Kitchen Is Driven by Soul Food and Built on Memories Food, March 9

    Deviled eggs, deep-fried corn on the cob and scrapple honor the chef’s roots at this restaurant in Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn.

  38. Butterfunk Kitchen Slideshow, March 9

    The menu in this restaurant in Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn, is built on the memories of Nana’s kitchen.

  39. Cuomo’s $1.4 Billion Plan Targets Brooklyn in Fight Against Poor Health and Poverty N.Y. / Region, March 9

    The proposed plan, called Vital Brooklyn, would bring “health and wellness” resources into communities like East New York, Brownsville, Bedford-Stuyvesant and Crown Heights.

  40. A Letter From the Heart Clinches a Park Slope Deal Real Estate, March 9

    This couple found the outdoor space they craved in a one-bedroom co-op that has a roof deck and a solarium.

  41. ‘No Value’ in A.C.C.’s North Carolina Site, Jim Boeheim Says in Brooklyn Sports, March 8

    The Syracuse coach spoke of the benefits in the tournament’s move to Barclays Center and criticized Greensboro, the former site.

  42. Fury Over Brooklyn Shelter Reflects Difficulty of Curbing Homelessness N.Y. / Region, March 8

    As Mayor Bill de Blasio’s homeless plan starts to take root in neighborhoods across the city, Crown Heights residents reflect the uphill battle.

  43. Two Dozen People Are Accused of Bringing 200 Guns to New York N.Y. / Region, March 8

    The authorities say a gun-trafficking ring brought guns, including assault weapons, to New York from Virginia using a familiar route on Interstate 95.

  44. Preserving a Brooklyn Temple of Graffiti Video, March 7

    The Batcave, a derelict warehouse in Brooklyn, was a canvas for graffiti for decades. Visit it in this 360° video before it is renovated.

  45. 2 Men Wrongfully Convicted in 1980 Fire Will Receive $31 Million N.Y. / Region, March 6

    Amaury Villalobos and William Vasquez spent almost 33 years in prison on charges of murder and arson tied to a 1980 fire before their guilty verdicts were overturned in 2015.

  46. Snakes, a Life of Crime and Eventually Two Murder Charges N.Y. / Region, March 6

    After a troubled life of lawbreaking, Kwauhuru Govan was charged with killing two Brooklyn teenagers more than a decade ago.

  47. Four & Twenty Blackbirds Pie Shop Opens New Brooklyn Location Food, March 6

    Its second free-standing store offers beer and wine and new pie varieties in Prospect Heights.

  48. Low-Energy Intruder Hangs Out in a High-Tech Home N.Y. / Region, March 5

    An unwanted guest in Brooklyn evokes scenes from a timeless bedtime story: “Someone’s been sleeping in my bed.”

  49. Homes That Sold for Around $1.5 Million Real Estate, March 5

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  50. In Downtown Brooklyn, New Rentals Go Head to Head Real Estate, March 3

    A glut of new rentals in Brooklyn has prompted landlords to offer concessions and made it a good time to be a renter.

  51. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, March 3

    This week’s properties are on the Upper East Side, in Murray Hill and in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.

  52. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, March 3

    This week’s properties are on the Upper East Side, in Murray Hill and in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.

  53. It’s Called Broomball. And, Yes, It’s Grueling. N.Y. / Region, March 2

    To visualize the sport, think hockey, but without the skates and with a lot more slipping and sliding.

  54. Flood Barrier in Brooklyn: A 7-Foot Wall, Erected in Hours N.Y. / Region, March 2

    In rebuilding the landmark Empire Stores as a commercial complex anchored by West Elm, the developers are relying on a deployable flood barrier.

  55. Live Music Interactive, March 2

    The New York Times regularly live streams music performances. Check out these videos below, and let us know who else you’d like to see live by emailing us at lijteam@nytimes.com.

  56. The Best of Live Music at The New York Times Interactive, March 2

    We regularly live-stream exclusive sets from musicians. Here are some past highlights.

  57. Two Bedrooms and a Terrace in Brooklyn Heights Real Estate, March 2

    A Canadian couple started in Manhattan, but ended up in Brooklyn, after enduring multiple bidding wars.

  58. A Film School Where No One Says ‘Be More Ghetto’ N.Y. / Region, February 28

    The Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema in Brooklyn aims to shake up #OscarsSoWhite. Part of its mission is to admit women and minorities whose stories aren’t usually told.