Bay Ridge has a troubled history of systemic racism, from its founding to the present.
A young art student was killed in Bay Ridge in 1899 and dumped in the bay. His killer remained undiscovered for decades—until two more people were murdered.
A fatal fire on Ridge Boulevard in 1952 looked accidental but was anything but.
A few local activists were dismissed by Bay Ridge’s state senator regarding the single-payer bill stuck in the legislature.
What do Milo Yiannapolous, Dov Hikind and Pam Geller have in common? An intense hatred of a Bay Ridge activist.
Starting today, boats will take commuters along Brooklyn’s west coast to Wall Street.
It’s not the future of health care, but it could be the future of your flagship park, and we trust your ability to multi-task.
The 69th Street station is closing for renovations. Not that you’ll get what you want.
A microcosmic history of Bay Ridge in the tale of how a country club was formed, dissolved, and transformed into Fort Hamilton High School.
In 1957, two women had been found beaten to death in Bay Ridge. Was a serial killer loose?