Golden invented a link between the 9/11 hijackers and the Muslim community in Bay Ridge while on Brian Lehrer’s radio show, but everything else that poured out of his mouth was also a steaming mess.
In 1932, an 8-year-old boy was taken off Third Avenue by two men in broad daylight while walking home from St. Anselm’s.
A former gas-company showroom and community space has recently been leased to NYU.
Talking to the lauded crime writer about the Matthew Scudder books set in Bay Ridge.
Talking to the organizer of the Owl’s Head’s first Holiday Art Fair.
Assemblymember Nicole Malliotakis is suing the city to force the mayor to retain undocumenteds’ addresses—which would undermine the entire IDNYC program.
At least five men would find it ironic that McGovern’s has moved into the old Eco Foods space—they were arrested there for possession of alcohol!
Talking to the local author and illustrator of The Secret Elephant, a new children’s book.
True Crime: Bay Ridge looks at an accidental shooting in 1937 that initially baffled investigators.
Looking at the history and demographics of the four contiguous census tracts in Bay Ridge that went Republican in 2016.