T/brooklyn

  1. Capturing Love, It’s the Brooklyn Way Styles, May 27

    Love isn’t always black and white, and photographer Andre Wagner shows the range of the emotion through his gray-scale images....

  2. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, May 26

    This week’s properties are on the Lower East Side, in Carnegie Hill, and Crown Heights, Brooklyn....

  3. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, May 26

    This week’s properties are on the Lower East Side, in Carnegie Hill, and Crown Heights, Brooklyn....

  4. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, May 26

    This week’s properties are on the Lower East Side, in Carnegie Hill, and Crown Heights, Brooklyn.

  5. Rental Building Rises on Domino Sugar Site Real Estate, May 26

    The first building to open on the former industrial site on the Williamsburg waterfront will be a 522-unit rental building....

  6. Where to Live When the L Train Shuts Down Real Estate, May 26

    Here are some alternatives for renters looking for neighborhoods with a similar vibe....

  7. Still Haunted After a Case Goes Cold Metropolitan, May 26

    Irene Gowins-Sowells watched her husband die nearly 17 years ago after he was fatally shot in front of their Brooklyn home. And no one can tell her who killed him....

  8. Developers Migrate to Areas Near the G, J, M and Z Trains Real Estate, May 26

    To avoid bringing new properties to market near the L train while the line is shut down, developers have been scouting property elsewhere....

  9. Eyeglass Vendor, Imprisoned for Terrorizing Consumers, Is Accused of Fraud Business, May 25

    Federal prosecutors charged Vitaly Borker, who spent over three years in prison for threatening customers of his previous online business, with wire and mail fraud....

  10. Student Brought Loaded Gun to Brooklyn School, Police Say Metro, May 25

    A teacher confronted the student, Daniel Barrow, on Thursday after seeing him in an online video with a gun, the police said. Mr. Barrow was arrested....

  11. With a Balcony and Roof Deck, Room to Breathe Real Estate, May 25

    Justine Thorner and Tom Burke missed out on some opportunities in Greenpoint, their chosen neighborhood in Brooklyn, but finally found a one-bedroom that met most of their needs....

  12. After Fleeing Bias at Home, Gay Russians Say It Persists in Brooklyn Metro, May 21

    On Saturday, about 200 people rallied in Brighton Beach to protest discrimination in what was described as the country’s first Russian-speaking march for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people....

  13. Homes That Sold for Around $900,000 Real Estate, May 21

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region....

  14. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, May 19

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

  15. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, May 19

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

  16. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, May 19

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

  17. Return of the S.R.O., With a Twist Real Estate, May 19

    With rental prices out of reach for many New Yorkers, the market has created new ways to rent by the room, at affordable and luxury rates....

  18. The Ideal Aperitif: Good Vermouth, Cool and Fragrant Dining, May 18

    Sweet or dry and infused with herbs, spices and botanicals, this often misunderstood fortified wine whets the appetite....

  19. With a Move to Williamsburg, More Sleep and More Workouts Real Estate, May 18

    Tiffany and Elish Le, both competitive power lifters, found a new place that solved all the headaches of their sixth-floor walk-up....

  20. They Made the Meatpacking District Fashionable. Is Sunset Park Next? Styles, May 17

    The Milk Studios founders helped turn an uncool area into a hub of fashion and art. With Camp David, a co-working space, they’ll try their luck again....

  21. Three Thousand Miles From the Western Front Insider, May 17

    France and Britain waged war against Germany far from northern Europe, successfully wresting its African colony of Kamerun, now Cameroon....

  22. De Blasio Quietly Seeks Allies in Battle Over Homeless Shelters Metro, May 17

    The city is scrambling to enlist influential New Yorkers who can help marshal support for an unpopular plan to open 90 community-based homeless shelters....

  23. This Nervous City Metro, May 16

    The Coney Island of one poet’s mind....

  24. Kitchen 21, Housing Several Restaurants, Opens in Brooklyn Dining, May 16

    Manhattan chefs head for the Hamptons, Jean-Georges Vongerichten at the Public Hotel, and other restaurant news....

  25. Homes That Sold for Around $1.5 Million Real Estate, May 14

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region....

  26. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, May 12

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

  27. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, May 12

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

  28. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, May 12

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

  29. From Homeless Shelter to Her First Apartment Real Estate, May 12

    After a decade with no real home, a young Guyanese immigrant with cerebral palsy moves into her own place in Coney Island....

  30. Friday Mailbag: Is The Times Praising the President — or Poking Fun? Editorial, May 12

    Some readers are worried that a new weekly column about President Trump harms the newspaper’s reputation; plus, The Times hasn’t covered an oil spill in its own backyard....

  31. Homes Built for Healing Real Estate, May 12

    If your apartment is filled with light and air, it might have a previous life you’re not aware of — as a sanitarium or a hospital....

  32. Living in a Former Sanitarium Slideshow, May 12

    Built for the healing and care of the sick, some former sanitariums have been repurposed for residential use....

  33. Living in a Former Sanitarium Slideshow, May 12

    Built for the healing and care of the sick, some former sanitariums have been repurposed for residential use.

  34. Construction Companies’ Owner Is Charged in Laborer’s Death Metro, May 10

    Michael Weiss was accused of manslaughter in the collapse of a wall at a site on Myrtle Avenue in Brooklyn that killed Fernando Vanegaz....

  35. A Makeshift Bar on a Dusty Brooklyn Patch Styles, May 9

    The Lot Radio in the Williamsburg section began as an internet radio station and coffee shop....

  36. Finally, an Entrance Worthy of the Brooklyn Bridge Metro, May 9

    New York City will spend $22 million to transform a barren concrete corridor into a grand portal for pedestrians and cyclists....

  37. The U.S. Case vs. El Chapo: 10,000 Pages and Recordings Metro, May 5

    Federal prosecutors said Friday that Joaquín Guzmán Loera’s trial could last three months and include 1,500 audio recordings and 10,000 pages of documents....

  38. Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and Manhattan Real Estate, May 5

    This week’s properties include apartments in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, the Upper West Side and Harlem....

  39. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, May 5

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

  40. On the Market in New York City Slideshow, May 5

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

  41. April’s Most Popular Listings Real Estate, May 5

    A $50 million apartment on the High Line made our list again this month, this time at No. 1...

  42. Growing Up in, and Outgrowing, Manhattan Real Estate, May 5

    For many people native to the borough, exploring real estate elsewhere in New York City takes a leap of faith....

  43. Rebuilding the New York Aquarium After Hurricane Sandy Metropolitan, May 5

    The aquarium in Coney Island was hit hard by the 2012 storm, and it’s still recovering. A top priority: Make it floodproof....

  44. A Principal Is Accused of Being a Communist, Rattling a Brooklyn School Metro, May 4

    The principal at Park Slope Collegiate, Jill Bloomberg, says allegations of Communist organizing are retaliation for her outspokenness about race and segregation in New York City schools....

  45. Ex-Police Officer Sentenced to Prison for Running Online Escort Service Metro, May 4

    The officer, Michael Rizzi, ran BJM, a high-priced service that charged as much as $2,000 an hour for its wealthy clients....

  46. Taking Brooklyn to Nashville Special Sections, May 4

    Vadis Turner and Clay Ezell couldn’t afford a building in New York, so they went home to Nashville, which gets more interesting by the day....

  47. A Common Word, but Not a Common Name Metro, May 3

    An explanation for why a student did not respond when attendance was being taken at a Brooklyn high school in the 1940s....

  48. In New York’s Automats, a Cup of Coffee and Community Lens, May 3

    Marcia Bricker Halperin’s photos of New York’s long-gone cafeterias show their graceful architecture, moody lighting and the characters who frequented them.

  49. In New York’s Automats, a Cup of Coffee and Community Slideshow, May 3

    Marcia Bricker Halperin’s photos of New York’s long-gone cafeterias show their graceful architecture, moody lighting and the characters who frequented them.

  50. 3 Arrested in 2015 Shooting and Robbery of Ex-Knick Cleanthony Early in Queens N.Y. / Region, May 2

    Federal prosecutors said the three men robbed the former Knicks forward of cellphones, jewelry and gold teeth in an orchestrated attack after he exited a strip club, leaving him shot in the knee.

  51. BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival Announces Summer Lineup Arts, May 2

    Lake Street Dive, Esperanza Spalding and Lila Downs are to come to Prospect Park this summer.

  52. New York Has 280 Miles of Scaffolding, and a Map to Navigate It N.Y. / Region, May 2

    The city has taken inventory of more than 7,700 steel-and-wood structures that are intended to ensure public safety, but often become lingering nuisances.

  53. Custom Motorcycles, Made Indian Larry’s Way N.Y. / Region, May 2

    The Brooklyn shop sells about eight built-from-scratch bikes a year and counts Ewan McGregor and Brad Pitt among its clientele.

  54. Jamel Shabazz’s 40 Years of Sights and Styles in New York Lens, May 2

    Four decades ago, Jamel Shabazz set out to photograph black and Latino young people in New York City and explore the uplifting power of style, fashion, music and culture.

  55. Everyone’s a Critic on St. Felix Street N.Y. / Region, May 1

    A scene between two strangers on a sidewalk in the Fort Greene section of Brooklyn.

  56. No Longer ‘Yahoos in the Street’: Brooklyn Race Draws Top Cyclists Sports, May 1

    The Red Hook Crit began as an informal fixed-gear race in 2008. Now hundreds compete — including some Olympians.

  57. A Long Way From ‘Yahoos in the Street’ Slideshow, May 1

    The Red Hook Criterium began in 2008 as a relatively informal affair. Nine years later, it draws hundreds of competitors — including some Olympians.

  58. Better Transit Solutions for New York Opinion, May 1

    The Brooklyn borough president and a landscape architect offer their ideas.

  59. ‘Encyclopedic’ Brooklyn Museum Vies for Contemporary Attention Arts, April 30

    The myriad challenges for Anne Pasternak, director of this institution, include remaining true to Brooklyn’s identity while embracing a shift in trends.

  60. Homes That Sold for Around $600,000 Real Estate, April 30

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.