"The stoops allow for socializing -- at a 6-foot distance -- and some kind of community building," writer and photographer Francesca Magnani told Brownstoner.
Snap-happy Instagrammers with an eye for architecture roamed the borough this year, capturing classic views of brownstones, wood frame charmers and petite carriage houses.
It's easy to find the way to Dyker Heights at this time of year, as the neighborhood glows with thousands of lights and extravagant holiday displays.
One short wall of the 1886 red brick structure preservationists tried to save was still standing in late October.
Brooklynites filled the streets and stoops along the route to cheer on more than 52,000 runners as they pounded the pavement for the 49th New York City Marathon.
A walk through the second Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse takes you on a journey through a wide range of design styles.
Rain may have descended onto Eastern Parkway occasionally but the display of brilliant costumes and the joyful revelry of dancers continued at the annual West Indian Day Parade.
While Labor Day now marks the end of the summer and the onslaught of the busy fall season, New Yorkers have been celebrating the American worker on this day since 1882.
A break in the summer heat meant a mild, beautiful weekend for the crowds that gathered in Commodore Barry Park for Brooklyn's Afropunk Fest this weekend.
The tallest building in Brooklyn is certainly a sight to see -- quite literally, in fact, because you can see it from all over the borough.