Cops nab man who allegedly knifed ex-girlfriend near Brooklyn Bridge Park Cops arrested a 26-year-old man who stabbed his ex-girlfriend near Brooklyn Bridge Park, officials said Saturday.
Suspect Arrested in Fatal Shooting on Jamaica Street Moses Blake, 24, who lives about seven blocks from where the shooting took place, was arrested Wednesday in connection with the fatal shooting of Niheen Donigan, who was found at the corner of 109th Avenue and Merrick Boulevard about 2:15 a.m. Sunday, with a gunshot wound to the head, the NYPD said.
Two men wanted for assault, robbery of 72-year-old woman Authorities said the two suspects punched the woman in the face and stole her bag. The crooks fled east on E. 154th St.
Bicyclist badly injures man after crashing into him on Upper East Side “I heard his head crack like a coconut,” said a worker at a nearby building who declined to give his name.
Historic Fulton Mall building’s rental conversion takes shape in Brooklyn “There were so many amazing features that had been covered up, so it took time to bring it back to its original glory,”
Construction Wraps On Five-Story, 165-Unit Residential Project At 267 Rogers Avenue, Crown Heights Construction appears to be wrapping up on the five-story, 165-unit residential project under development at 267 Rogers Avenue, located between Carroll and Crown streets in western Crown Heights.
Photos: BK Flea Winter Market Returns To Spectacular Clocktower Building The space itself is fantastic, with its soaring vaulted ceiling, ornate marble work, arced windows and passageways, strange carvings, and elaborate mosaic work.
Where are the lowest gas prices on Staten Island? The lowest self-reported gasoline prices recorded on Staten Island on Nov 5 was $2.27 at the Citgo, 700 Richmond Terrace, New Brighton
NYC Parks Department NYC’s largest Street Tree is featured on the city’s street tree map
Green-Wood Cemetery, Where Presidential Aspirants Enjoy an Afterlife Once these men dreamed of winning the highest office in the land, of signing bills, of being remembered for foreign policy doctrines, or at least for rearranging the furniture in the White House. But they became footnotes in political history, all but forgotten, except at Green-Wood.
Food & Drink
For Banh Mi, Violet’s Bake Shoppe Has the Math Down The crust snaps like kindling, and then the sandwich is all creaminess, salt and heat, deeply basal flavors and brisk, bright ones, every note seemingly struck at once.
It’s All Smiles at Sorriso Italian Market in Queens “A lot of times, people end up at the supermarket where they’re getting the meats that are mass produced,” she said, adding that at Sorriso “it’s homemade.”
Canstruction Canned-Food Design Competition Returns to Brookfield Place NYC The 100,000 unopened cans of food, used to create life-size sculptures, will be donated to City Harvest for distribution to about 500 soup kitchens and food pantries across New York City.