The six branches across the borough will be newly open for limited service with restricted hours.
The demonstration began as dozens of protesters gathered outside Downtown Brooklyn’s housing court, before marching to the offices of city marshal Howard Schain.
The beloved Bushwick nightclub House of Yes temporarily closed beginning Friday after state authorities suspended its liquor license for skirting COVID-19 regulations, its owners announced.
While bowling alleys in New York State got the official go-ahead to reopen their doors on August 14, the owner of Sunset Park’s iconic Melody Lanes sees no end to the hard times, saying his business is “limping along” amid the pandemic.
Mike Jones, the president of his local block association in Prospect Heights, has helped organize a summer street party on his stretch of St. Johns Place for more than 15 years.
The Play-PerView performances and other events raise funds for the Actors Fund, Broadway Cares/ Equity Fights AIDS, nonprofit theater companies, and many more.
Play Streets in Brownsville and Bushwick launch today, while three streets near Prospect Park that were closed will reopen to traffic.
A group of Red Hook do-gooders have transformed four parking spaces at Pier 11 on the Atlantic Basin into a small makeshift park.
After a two-week trial period, City Hall’s open streets dining initiative is expanding to more Brooklyn thoroughfares, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Friday.
The emergence of tags is part of a citywide trend fueled by the coronavirus shutdown.