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The Black women-owned, community-minded soul-food operation also has outlets in Newark and Maplewood.


Residents living in the building say management has not adequately addressed issues related to ceiling collapses, lead paint and rodents running rampant. The landlord, however, says repairs are ongoing.


On Monday, the Public Design Commission unanimously approved the move of civil rights political artist Faith Ringgold's "For The Women's House" painting from Rikers Island to the Brooklyn Museum.


“My son was sick. He had a mental disease. He didn’t deserve to be killed like an animal.”


Video shows the chopper taking off inside a fenced-in lot at Troy Avenue and Carroll Street in Crown Heights.


"The rejection of the 960 Franklin Avenue proposal sends a powerful message to developers that the City will not be railroaded into overturning its own carefully considered zoning regulations."


Deed theft, a dead property manager, and a shocking $50 million judgement could spell the end for the beloved Caribbean restaurant.


"I’ve never seen such a lack of human compassion. It felt so insidious that people who are affluent in their community could rationalize this."


The new bakery and cafe, called Ursula, specializes in all sorts of New Mexican favorites.


Brooklyn is now home to the Guyanese legend's dishes.