T/brooklyn

  1. Watering New York’s Transit Deserts Op Ed, Yesterday

    Now that the city has capped ride-hailing services, it needs a real solution for commuters outside Manhattan.

  2. Pok Pok Ny to Close After 6 Years Dining, Yesterday

    Andy Ricker, the chef and restaurateur, cited rising rent and a squeeze on his profits among the reasons for his decision.

  3. A Hole in the Wall for Brisket Dining, Yesterday

    Cash Only BBQ, in the former Bistro Petit space, gives Williamsburg, Brooklyn, another barbecue option.

  4. Homes That Sold for Around $1,500,000 Real Estate, August 12

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  5. Luxury Apartments Rise in Industrial Greenpoint Real Estate, August 10

    A 30-story rental tower arrives on Brooklyn’s waterfront.

  6. A Romance Born on the Beaches of Brooklyn Society, August 10

    Their love of the ocean, in cold weather or warm, brings a couple together at an unexpected time in their lives.

  7. How Melanie Charles, Singer and Flutist, Spends Her Sundays Metropolitan, August 10

    She chants; listens to cassette tapes; plays flute for a yoga class; eats expensive burgers; shops vintage; plays gigs; and sometimes goes dancing.

  8. He Spoke for the Tree. Then He Got Fired. Metro, August 10

    A popular hollow tree at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden got the ax. So did the arborist who campaigned to save it.

  9. 3 Lush Parks Drastically Remake the East River Waterfront Weekend, August 9

    Acres of green space, new or expanded, along the Brooklyn and Queens shorelines offer quiet places to pause, look and stroll. What are you waiting for?

  10. 12 Great New York Summer Songs Metropolitan, August 9

    What are your favorite tunes about summer in the city? The host of “New Sounds,” on WNYC, shares his own list.

  11. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens Real Estate, August 9

    This week’s properties are in the Flatiron District, Park Slope South, Brooklyn, and Jackson Heights, Queens.

  12. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, August 9

    This week’s properties are in the Flatiron District, Park Slope South, Brooklyn, and Jackson Heights, Queens.

  13. A Nail Salon Brawl Opened a Racial Rift Online. In Brooklyn, the Mood Is Calmer. Metro, August 7

    A viral video of Asian nail workers fighting black customers led to protests. But most people in the neighborhood don’t recognize that picture of ethnic conflict.

  14. Father Sought in Death of Baby Boy Found Floating Near Brooklyn Bridge Metro, August 7

    The mother of the 8-month-old filed a police report after the child’s father failed to return him to his home in the Bronx, a police official said.

  15. A Video of a Nail Salon Brawl Went Viral. Racially Tinged Protests Broke Out. Metro, August 6

    A customer and an employee were arrested at the salon on Friday. On Monday, dozens of people protested outside.

  16. When the Dog Decides Where You Live Real Estate, August 6

    A Brooklyn couple forgo nicer apartments to get outdoor space for their ailing Beagle mix, Bonnie.

  17. Video Shows Sergeant Shooting Man and Dropping Knife, Spurring Inquiry Metro, August 3

    Investigators are scrutinizing Sgt. Ritchard Blake’s actions after he shot a man who confronted him Thursday near the home of a woman they both knew.

  18. How Alex Branson, Entrepreneur, Spends Her Sundays Metropolitan, August 3

    The founder of Lavender Blues, which offers music classes for babies and toddlers in Brooklyn, likes to spend her day in the borough with her family.

  19. A House Built on Family and Dungan Food in Brooklyn Dining, August 2

    At Lagman House, the chef and his wife, descendants of Chinese Muslims who fled China, specialize in hand-stretched noodles presented in bracing dishes.

  20. Things to do This Weekend: Free Arts in Parks! Weekend, August 2

    Noname headlines BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn on Friday, and it’s the second year of the INSITU dance festival in Queens.

  21. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, August 2

    This week’s listings are in Murray Hill, Midtown East, and Park Slope, Brooklyn.

  22. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, August 2

    This week’s listings are in Murray Hill, Midtown East, and Park Slope, Brooklyn.

  23. Three Friends, Two Homes, One Brooklyn House Real Estate, August 2

    When James and Rachael Patalano couldn’t find the home they wanted in their price range, they took a chance on a partnership with a longtime friend.

  24. The House of Artisanal Pain Metropolitan, August 1

    At Behind the Circle in Bushwick, traditional Japanese-style hand-tattooing.

  25. The Woman Who Plans to Swim Around the World Metropolitan, August 1

    This month, a New York woman will try to become the fastest person to complete six marathon swims on six continents. Then she has to get back to her day job.

  26. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, July 31

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York City.

  27. He Used Tinder to Hunt the Women He Raped and Killed, Police Say Metro, July 30

    Danueal Drayton, 27, strangled a nurse in Queens and raped others in Brooklyn and Los Angeles, investigators say. They are looking for other victims.

  28. An Open Invitation to the Penthouse Slideshow, July 27

    As the luxury market softens, more developers are sacrificing penthouse apartments to make room for shared amenities.

  29. At Daigo Hand Roll Bar, Sushi Looks to Its Humble, Glorious Roots Dining, July 26

    The chef Masanobu Ishikura is vigilant about seafood at this stand in DeKalb Market Hall in Brooklyn, where almost every hand roll is less than $10.

  30. The Hand Roll as Common Pleasure Slideshow, July 26

    At Daigo Hand Roll Bar in Downtown Brooklyn, each roll is made to order with generosity, exactitude and supple, barely anointed fish.

  31. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, July 26

    This week’s properties are in Washington Heights, the Gramercy Park area and Greenwood Heights, Brooklyn.

  32. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, July 26

    This week’s properties are in Washington Heights, the Gramercy Park area and Greenwood Heights, Brooklyn.

  33. A Comfy Fit in Williamsburg Real Estate, July 26

    Unable to afford a suitable place near his Manhattan school, a fashion student discovered that stretching his budget just a bit opened new doors.

  34. Jury Not Convinced of Murder in Slaying of Cuomo Aide Metro, July 25

    The victim’s brother yells, ‘Where is the justice?’ as one defendant is found guilty of manslaughter and a second of reckless endangerment.

  35. The Calming Art of Terrarium Building Styles, July 25

    At Twig, a plant studio in Brooklyn, one can learn about moss and its expansive possibilities.

  36. ‘93Queen’ Follows Female Jewish EMS Workers in Brooklyn Culture, July 24

    The feature debut of Paula Eiselt tells of the creation of Ezras Nashim, an all-female EMS corps for the Borough Park area, in Brooklyn.

  37. BRIC Appoints New President Culture, July 24

    Kristina Newman-Scott, director of culture for the State of Connecticut, is to join BRIC as its president in September.

  38. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, July 24

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  39. A First Apartment, With (Almost) Zero Waste Real Estate, July 23

    Moving to a solo apartment without all the attendant consumption takes real commitment.

  40. Anti-Abortion Protesters at Queens Clinic Did Not Harass Patients, Judge Rules Metro, July 22

    The federal judge’s ruling came in response to a lawsuit filed by the New York attorney general’s office that aggressive protesters violated laws guaranteeing reproductive health access.

  41. Homes That Sold for Around $750,000 Real Estate, July 22

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

  42. Killings of 4 Teens, Within 6 Miles of Each Other, Shake Brooklyn Metro, July 20

    Seven children between the ages of 10 and 17 have been murdered in New York City as of Wednesday, according to the Police Department. There were two such cases last year.

  43. North Carolina Barbecue on a Brooklyn Street Corner Metropolitan, July 20

    Every Saturday, in a yard at Albany Avenue and Pacific Street in Crown Heights, Donnell Rogers sells pork ribs and chicken legs with a vinegar sauce.

  44. Trying to Revive Gage & Tollner, a Landmark Brooklyn Restaurant Dining, July 20

    Three restaurateurs will start a crowdfunding campaign to restore the chop-and-oyster house to its former glory.

  45. Brooklyn Man Convicted in Slaying of Cuomo Aide in 2015 Metro, July 19

    Kenny Bazile, who claimed self-defense in the fatal shooting of Carey W. Gabay during the festival of J’ouvert, was found guilty of manslaughter.

  46. Why Joe Crowley’s Loss Could Be Good News for Hakeem Jeffries Metro, July 19

    Mr. Jeffries’s colleagues consider him likely to rise in power, whether or not Democrats take over the House in November.

  47. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, July 19

    This week’s homes are in Murray Hill, the West Village and Fort Greene, Brooklyn.

  48. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, July 19

    This week’s properties are in the West Village, Murray Hill and Fort Greene, Brooklyn.

  49. Citi Bike Expands Discount Memberships to Reach More Low-Income New Yorkers Metro, July 17

    Residents who receive food stamps can purchase a bike-share membership for $5 a month, a rate already offered to public housing tenants.

  50. Conversation on Cortelyou Road Metro, July 17

    The relationship didn’t work out, but there was a silver lining.

  51. Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions Business, July 17

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.

  52. Kushners Sought to Oust Rent-Regulated Tenants, Suit Says Metro, July 16

    Kushner Companies denied the claims that it subjected rent-regulated tenants to hazardous conditions so their apartments could be sold for millions.

  53. Smoked, Steak May Never Be the Same Dining, July 16

    At Morgan’s Brooklyn Barbecue, steak is bathed in smoke before it’s finished on a grill.

  54. Seeking a Second Chance at Landmark Status, Aluminum Siding and All Metro, July 15

    Preservationists want landmark status for the house where Walt Whitman lived when “Leaves of Grass” was published. The designation was denied last year.

  55. Homes That Sold for Around $1,000,000 Real Estate, July 15

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.