A community organization in Fort Greene has been assured that its programs are safe and will continue, Our Time Press and Fort Greene Focus report.
BRIC TV goes into the classroom of El Puente’s BombaYo art program, which teaches kids history through bomba, a traditional dance and music form of Puerto Rico.
The PAK American Safety Patrol, a civilian patrol group started in Brooklyn’s “Little Pakistan” after a spate of armed robberies in 2014, reports that no such robberies occurred in 2015, writes Ditmas Park Corner.
Writing in Sheepshead Bites, a Brooklyn resident recounts the “sensory overload” he experienced during his first time at a Russian banya.
A video segment from BRIC TV on the infill plan captures the outcry of public housing residents in Brooklyn over the controversial program to build mixed-income housing on NYCHA property.
The completion of a mosque in Sheepshead Bay has been delayed for more than a year, forcing the congregation to continue worshipping in an abandoned Burger King, reports Sheepshead Bay.
The Tablet reports on Grindr Shabbat services, which address questions about Judaism, Israel and “the intersectionality of being queer and being Jewish.”
Pro-immigration activists, domestic employees and day laborers protested what they call a ‘wage theft epidemic’ at the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
Step Afrika!, the first professional company devoted to stepping, gave high-energy performances at the Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College.
In the second part of a BRIC TV series on Marlon Peterson, the anti-gun violence advocate looks to alternatives to heavy-handed approaches to tackling the violence.
A Syrian family, living in Bay Ridge and caught between disease and war, awaits a decision on their application for asylum in the U.S.
Formerly incarcerated and now an anti-gun violence advocate, Marlon Peterson tells his story to BRIC TV.
Hispanics who stay in the transformed Williamsburg neighborhood remember their past without nostalgia, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
In Bay Ridge, residents marched to support Muslims in the spirit of Martin Luther King.
The Amsterdam News went to Brownsville to speak with residents about the alleged rape that recently took place in a playground there.