Frances Trotter was 14-years-old when she disappeared after school one afternoon. Her cousin, who also disappeared, was much older.
The sprawling former parkway near the Bay Ridge northern border offers a microcosmic history of the community in the 20th century, from the Irish shantytown it replaced to the site of overdose and murder it became.
The literal rise and fall of the 65th Street Gas Tanks, which dominated the local landscape for decades.
Reviving an idea more than a century old to abolish the military installation and build a public park.
The Barkaloo Cemetery, home to at least one veteran of the American Revolution, has been at the corner of Mackay Place and Narrows for almost 300 years.
Khaled Beydoun came to Bay Ridge to discuss his new book, American Islamophobia.
In 1902, a few teenage boys swimming off 73rd Street discovered the almost-beheaded corpse of a Brooklyn grocer, which would lead police to one of the earliest organized gangs in the city.
Local Palestinian–Americans and their supporters rallied on the 70th anniversary of the Nakba, or Catastrophe, as Trump moved the American Embassy to Jerusalem.
AMAZON: Invisible Landscape, at Stand4 Gallery on 78th Street, consists of works by participants in LABVERDE, a residency in the rainforest.
When it leaked that the gun group would hold a fundraiser in a few hours, activists mobilized.