Find out where you can see music tonight and next month, as well as where to find more bicycle parking, in today’s morning news wrap.
Read about a Clinton Hill resident who recently passed away at 112 and traffic safety plans for Atlantic Avenue in this morning’s news wrap.
The nabe is heating up again this weekend and there’s plenty of events to check out in today’s news wrap.
Hear what Spike Lee had to say about local gentrifiers, as well as news on noise and traffic impacts at the Barclays Center in today’s morning news wrap.
In the wake of 9-year-old Lucian Merryweather’s death two-and-a-half weeks ago, hundreds of locals marched along DeKalb Avenue on their way to the 88th Precinct Community Council meeting last night, where they demanded that police issue more tickets for speeding and drivers’ failure to yield to pedestrians.
Support for New York City’s second Bike Friendly Business District gained steam with Community Board 2 approval last week. But as endorsements have increased for the district, the initiative has put a spotlight on concerns of residents about bicycle safety in the neighborhood.
Don’t forget your umbrella today: here’s a chance of thunderstorms and high winds this morning. Here’s some upcoming events to help you plan your month.
Get news on tonight’s Community Board 2 general meeting, a march at next week’s 88th Precinct Community Council meeting and the rank of Brooklyn Technical High School among other city schools.
The driver of an out-of-control SUV that mounted a DeKalb Avenue sidewalk and killed a 9-year-old boy on Saturday afternoon has been arrested and charged with criminally negligent homicide.