A rainy day in Prospect Park Friday was enlivened by the unveiling of the glowing, restored interior of the Endale Arch.
Prospect Park Bandshell visitors will find a colorful text-based art installation intended to lift the spirits of gloomy Brooklynites feeling despondent about the current state of affairs.
It's been years since the graceful spans of this pavilion welcomed picnickers in search of fresh air shelter.
The Gerritsen Beach ballfields suddenly underwent landscaping at the end of August after residents expressed outrage over the unkempt fields.
Gerritsen Beach residents are calling on the city to maintain their ballfields as they do for neighboring Marine Park -- instead of allowing the fields to fall into the unusable condition they are currently.
A gentle rain didn't prevent Brooklynites from standing on line, in appropriate social distance style, for the reopening of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden on Friday.
A group of Red Hook do-gooders have transformed four parking spaces at Pier 11 on the Atlantic Basin into a small makeshift park.
An anonymous group is calling for the removal of the statue that sits outside the State Supreme Court and the renaming of the plaza, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper reports.
The plan for the 1.9-acre piece of land at Franklin and Quay streets will cost almost $10 million, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper reports.
The idea for the name first emerged during during community engagement sessions in 2018, our sister pub Brooklyn Paper reports.