How Brooklyn Became the New Hotspot for High-profile Events
With this week's National Magazine Awards, the borough arrives as a venue for both the splashy and the serious
Will Brooklyn’s Freight Trains Get Rolling Again?
The city's plan to reduce truck traffic could bring the little-used Bay Ridge line rumbling back to life
How the New Chamber Chief Aims to Up Its ‘Cool’ Factor
Brooklyn's Hector Batista plans to attract younger members, create more essential programs—and boost fundraising
Winterfest Chief Allegedly Used an Alias to Harass Vendors
Millennial Entertainment Group spokesperson 'Jennifer Crosby' is fake, merchants from Brooklyn event say
How Companies Scrambled to Help Federal Workers
During the government shutdown, businesses and nonprofits stepped in to offer food, loans and other aid
Why Brooklyn’s First Marijuana Dispensary Looks Like a Spa
Medical weed arrives in a local retail store, the start of what could become a major retail industry as pot laws are eased
Encore Edition: 18 of Our Favorite Stories from 2018
Tall towers and posh clubs, economic disruptors and Italian chefs—these were among the year's hottest tales
Will Macy’s Total Makeover Lead to a Turnaround?
The smaller, sleeker Brooklyn store is part of a bold plan by the 650-store chain to ward off the 'retail apocalypse'
Amazon in Brooklyn: Why the Bid Didn’t Quite Measure Up
The borough offered an array of sites, including the former Watchtower HQ and Dock 72, but cost and logistics likely got in the way
Inside the Serious Business of Opening a Comedy Club
How a Brooklyn couple relaunched their Manhattan stand-up venue, Eastville, in their home borough