Malls vs. Bodegas: Can the City Resist Becoming Suburban?
As the invasion of chain stores changes Brooklyn's character, a panel of urban experts has some sharp insights
Shop Brooklyn: Your Ultimate Local Holiday Gift Guide
Discover 17 of the coolest, craftiest items for loved ones on your shopping list, right here at home
Amazon Next Door: What Does It Mean for Brooklyn?
The multibillion-dollar investment will have an impact on jobs, housing, transportation and more
Ten First Takes on Amazon’s Big Plans for Long Island City
The trillion-dollar company pledges an economic infusion, but critics complain about the process and side effects
Two Brooklyn Democrats Help Clinch New Majorities
After upset victories, Rose and Gounardes will head to Washington and Albany to pursue pent-up legislative agendas
Merchants Embrace Art to Give Smith Street a Boost
Unveiling a vibrant storefront mural, property owners and entrepreneurs hope to kickstart the retail corridor's revival
A Democratic House Candidate Plays Against Type
Max Rose, a Brooklyn native and Army vet, is drawing national attention and money for the pugnacity of his campaign
Can This Young Politician Topple a Brooklyn GOP Icon?
On his second try, Andrew Gounardes thinks he has a better shot at beating Marty Golden—and helping his party win the State Senate
Small Businesses Need a Boost. Is This Law the Answer?
After languishing for three decades, the city's Small Business Jobs Survival Act has gathered momentum again
Runners Defy a Rainstorm to Launch a New Brooklyn 5K
In Prospect Park, a corporate challenge run was a soggy but spirited exercise in team-building