There’s nothing like kicking back, baiting up and enjoying a little fishing on a nice day. Just ask George Hayes, who has been fishing in Prospect Park since 1963. The Brooklyn native has seen the park at its best and at its worse. He says there was a time that he wouldn’t even enter the […]
Friends gathered in Brooklyn to mourn and pay respects to the family of 23-year-old who was killed on Easter Sunday
In the Church of St. John the Forerunner, parishioners pray and observe tradition
Speakers lined the length of the Brooklyn Bridge projecting gospel hymns sung by a walking choir while hundreds of people, with colorful rosaries dangling from their wrists, processed slowly towards Manhattan in the early afternoon sunlight on Good Friday. At intermittent locations across […]
Trump may fear them, but Syrians—both Christians and Muslims—have been calling the U.S. ‘home’ for more than a century
The blue collar neighborhood will soon get a new industrial park project proposed by the mayor
Ringling Bros. has been performing in New York since 1968, but now it’s all over but the crying
Just 40 percent of U.S. adults raised Catholic still regularly attend mass — but many took to pews on Ash Wednesday to mark the start of Lent
Not everyone used last week’s winter storm as an excuse to stay in bed.
Hundreds line up in hopes of getting a discounted tattoo to benefit Planned Parenthood
In the wake of President Trump’s “Muslim Ban,” immigration to a vital Arab community may be at risk
How one Brooklyn warehouse is helping the environment by turning E-Waste into art
Deities, Pigments, and Borders: Pema Rinzin mastered Tibetian art, then climbed on its shoulders
An annual whimsical cart race in Brooklyn took a political spin this year
At a festival featuring the heat-provoking condiments, vendors show off their wares.