We went looking for a real-life Saul Goodman and found Howard Greenberg—a fast-talking, boundary-pushing, notoriously eccentric criminal defense attorney in Brooklyn.
"Dripping with ingenuity and alt-lifestyle aura lays the Snowpocalypse of 2016's most desirable getaway," read the description.
A lurid allegation of group sexual assault on a playground is shining a spotlight on a corner of NYC that often makes headlines for gun violence but rarely grips the public imagination.
New York City seems safer and richer than ever, but gang violence continues to stump local law enforcement.
A two-night concert took place in Brooklyn last week to raise funds for 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. Photographer Pete Voelker was on the scene.
In a year that has seen murder rise in New York, locals are trying to mediate between gang members—before it's too late.
Krishna Andavolu explores Brooklyn's history by visiting the neighborhoods surrounding the borough's longest street: Bedford Avenue.
Dec 15, 2015
It's "the friendliest place on Earth."
"I hadn't quite experienced anything like it before Crown Heights except for some stuff I witnessed in New Orleans."
"My dream at 12 years old was to move to New York. I'm still pinching myself."
Is it by design? Marketing? Close proximity to a gourmet cheese shop?
Being a hipster essentially means you struggle to give your life meaning through the things you consume and the irony you employ. Being black in America means that your struggle is for life itself.
For years, the building was both a family home and one of the most bizarre art projects in New York City. But now that it's been replaced by condos, it has turned into a symbol of gentrification.
We also go to Queens to investigate the endangered business of internet cafes and check back in with the artist Jamie Lynn Roadkill.
"You'll pick me up? Pay for everything? Be outside in ten minutes."
It's hard to make the internet pay attention, but these young ladies managed to do it just by talking about brunch and Tinder.
A neighborhood now synonymous with youth, money, and cool used to be a stomping ground for New York gangsters.
A couple allegedly used their small pharmacies in Ridgewood, Queens and Greenpoint, Brooklyn, to dish out the drug on an historic scale.
I talked to the artist about his process, what his subjects were looking for, and the complexities of photographing gay men of color as a white heterosexual man.
The independent theater would like your help to keep screening the genre, art-house, and experimental films you can't find anywhere else.
Anthony Tafuro photographed the infamous FLEXN crew at a recent performance in their hometown as they contorted their bodies in all possible directions.
Arrest and summons data suggest where you live in the city has a lot to do with how likely you are to get hassled by cops for weed.
Hiroyuki Ito captures everything from Koko the Killer Clown at Coney Island to anonymous morning commuters on the Q train in his new photobook, 'Brooklyn.'
"They never built over Central Park, because a dragon lives there."