| Jul 9, 2011
| 4:51 PM
If you read the signs, parking rules in Brooklyn Heights read as clear as day. Ginger Berman, who lives near Hicks Street, agrees.
"That's smart, that makes sense," said Berman.
But this former driver said the signs tell drivers very little about the...
| Mar 3, 2011
| 4:35 PM
A Brooklyn Heights neighborhood claims their parking spaces are being stolen by big rigs and blame a nearby junkyard for the problem.
Trucks usually line Pacific street between Classon and Grand Avenues everyday.
"I can wait up to two hours to park...
| Mar 14, 2012
| 12:25 PM
Have you made it down to Long Wharf Theatre to see February House yet? If not, the show runs until Sun., March 18, so you've still got a few chances left. February House is a musical about several artists living together in a house in 1940s Brooklyn...
| Apr 23, 2012
The statistics seem too ludicrous to get your head around:
- more than a billion tons of edible food are thrown away annually.
- per capita edible food waste has increased by 50% since 1974.
- discarded fresh food transforms itself into a...
| May 18, 2012
| 2:00 PM
Brooklyn-born Beastie Boy Adam Yauch is getting posthumous props from his beloved city.
On Thursday, the New York Senate passed a resolution honoring the lifelong New Yorker's accomplishments, according to MTV.
Yauch died of cancer earlier this month at...
| Dec 6, 2011
| 2:12 PM
A new art exhibit in Prospect Heights claims to have exactly what Brooklynites are looking for: sex and candy.
Six store fronts on Classon Avenue, have been converted into a galleries for a new art show called "Food Lust Shock Candy." In the windows,...
| Jan 31, 2012
Grimaldi's Pizzeria has been around since 1990 and has a reputation for being one of Brooklyn`s best. Coal ovens, fresh ingredients and the family sauce recipe are what the owners say is the key to their popularity.
Grimaldi's is a family run business...
| Jan 10, 2012
| 7:45 AM
Casting is complete for the world premiere of the Gabriel Kahane musical, "February House" which begins performances Feb. 15 at Stage II New Haven's Long Wharf Theatre. The show will run through March 18.
The show will also platy off-Broadway's Public...
| Apr 11, 2010
The voice explains a lot. You think, how could any woman live with the famously moody writer Norman Mailer for 33 years, and then you hear Norris Church Mailer's soft, authoritative, Marilyn Monroe-ish voice, with its 61-year-old Arkansas twang still...
| Apr 19, 2009
In the course of writing a new play, Lynn Nottage sat in despair at her Brooklyn apartment as she looked over reams of research she had accumulated. The playwright had just spent two months at a Uganda refugee camp, interviewing women who had been raped...
| Jul 4, 2009
| 4:33 PM
NEW YORK -- The first visitors allowed into the Statue of Liberty's crown in nearly eight years made the arduous climb Saturday on an Independence Day journey laden with symbolism of freedom, national pride - and for one couple, romance.