The café on Throop Avenue is among several businesses in Brooklyn reviving the game.
NYPD rank-and-file anger at Mayor de Blasio could spill over onto Commissioner Bratton, sources say.
Life-sized human silhouettes paid tribute to victims in the first "Cut Out the Violence" commemoration.
A World AIDS Day panel in Bed-Stuy addressed concerns of HIV in youth and the LGBTQ community.
The Safe Stop program aims to protect neighborhood children, the elderly and vulnerable.
Musician Natalie Weiss offers DJ classes for children as young as 3 months.
Police arrested the suspects after one dropped a bag of guns out of a window on Saint Marks Avenue.
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The owners of Chop Chop Grub Shop say they regret putting up the sign that sparked outrage on the web.
Inmate Freddie Harvin says his clothes were "irreplaceable" because of his size.
Limelight at Corlette in Bed-Stuy is an open mic and networking venue for artists and performers.
Capt. Clint McPherson comes to the 17th Precinct from the NYPD's Counterterrorism Division.
The Sanitation Department has hauled away almost 60 bins in just nine months.
The Billie Holiday Theatre will get a multimillion-dollar facelift later this year.
A bar, restaurant and outdoor area are planned for the former parking garage on Dean Street.
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