How 'Woke' Liberals Convince Themselves That Gentrifying Is Okay
As a gentrifier myself, I decided to study how we justify what we're doing.
30 Years Later, 5 Brooklynites Remember 'Do the Right Thing'
"I fear that it will still be as relevant in another 30 years...but the film gives me hope still. It's art in the face of hopelessness."
Art Collective Papi Juice Reminds Us That Nightlife Can Be a Revolution
"Our collective's work is more intentional than just a party. Our mission is to affirm and celebrate the lives of queer and trans people of color who exist all 24 hours of the day."
Spike Lee Calls Black Artists to Action in This Season of Netflix’s ‘She’s Gotta Have It’
Shifting the focus to Nola Darling as an artist, the show highlights roadblocks for today’s Black creative class.
The latest move to fight measles: fines of $2,000 a day
"We will restrategize at every opportunity no matter what's thrown in front of us,” the New York county executive said.
Charly Bliss Made a Good Anthem About Bad Relationships
"Hard To Believe" is the latest single off the Brooklyn band’s 'Young Enough,' which is out May 10.
"We have to stop it now": New York City is now mandating measles vaccination in parts of Brooklyn
Taphari Is Brooklyn's Best Rap Alien
The Brownsville rapper's new single "Tell Me How" is another example of the extraterrestrial energy he's brought to Brooklyn clubs over the last few years.
Leikeli47's Tiny Desk Concert Is a Really Great Jazz Show
The Brooklyn rapper and her four-piece band performed the jazz rendition of 'Acrylic' you didn't know you needed.
40-Ounce Bottled Water Proves Controversial in Communities Devastated by Alcohol and Drugs
The brand's founder, 'Sons of Anarchy' star Theo Rossi, says the styling of the bottles is meant to help consumers drink more water.
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Turns Out Flipp Dinero Has Never Played Fortnite
In this episode of 'The People Vs.,' the Brooklyn rapper is laughing at all of your weak jokes under the comment section for "Leave Me Alone."
This Photographer Captures the Beauty of People of Color in Love
Photographer Miranda Barnes carries her camera around Sunset Park, Brooklyn, to show the spaces and faces that make it beautiful.