Tyson will sign copies of his memoir "Undisputed Truth" at Restoration Plaza on Friday.
The Downtown Brooklyn Partnership hopes to improve Flatbush Avenue between Dekalb and Fourth avenues.
A sign posted on a one-story building at Myrtle and Grand Avenues said Dunkin' Donuts is "Coming Soon."
Laurie Cumbo had blamed the Brooklyn "knockout" attacks on tension between blacks and Jews.
Fort Greene And DUMBO Events
Officials presented designs for a new library topped with condos from seven developers.Read More »
Colored drinking glasses rise in the shape of trees at Katherine Gray's "A Tree Grows" exhibit.Read More »
The new food store debuted Thursday at the site of a former Pathmark at 42-02 Northern Blvd.Read More »
Tyson will sign copies of his memoir "Undisputed Truth" at Restoration Plaza on Friday.Read More »
Take an adventure in city history at these abandoned places that can be visited legally.Read More »
Michael Deng died while being hazed during a fraternity initiation, reports said.Read More »
Locals say games at the Bayard Rustin Educational Complex have made their block sound like a stadium.Read More »
The class offered by Reebok Sports Club/NY aims to get adults to smile and forget they're exercising.Read More »
Friends and family packed a Queens funeral home to remember William Gary.Read More »
Taxidermied kittens at a tea party are among the museum's exhibits.Read More »
The city could be hit with up to 6 inches of snow Saturday.Read More »
The twerk-heavy pop star will take the stage just before the ball drops.Read More »
Modular units started to be put in place next to the Barclays Center at Dean Street and Flatbush Avenue.Read More »
The rail agencies won't let straphangers bring alcohol onto its trains Saturday afternoon through Sunday.Read More »
A Chelsea studio that offers nude yoga for men will soon let naked women join the class.Read More »
A man posed as an officer to defraud 24 elderly people, mostly on the Upper East Side, police said.Read More »