Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez has announced that no criminal charges will be brought against the Action Carting driver who hit and killed Neftaly Ramirez last summer. The driver, who’s name has not been released, slammed into Ramirez at the corner of Franklin and Noble in Greenpoint, but claims Ramirez was in his blind spot […]
We finally convinced the city to give us a damn park. Now, it’s time to make sure they don’t screw it up: The first seminar, “Envisioning Bushwick Inlet Park: A 21st Century Park for Greenpoint and Williamsburg” takes place at Bushwick Inlet Park (86 Kent Avenue) Wednesday, January 24th @ 7pm. Donna Walcavage, the landscape […]
Another week of winter is in the books and with it, plenty of metal—both live and otherwise—to keep you warm. Huddle up and thaw those hands beside the hellfire.
Video captured the horrible incident, which occurred Tuesday night at D & G Deli on Division Avenue in Williamsburg An 18-year-old a month away from attending college in Boston on scholarship was among two men shot and wounded at a deli in Brooklyn… The man, identified by a cousin as Jordan Byrdsell, was shot three […]
Welcome to a new year of This One Goes to Eleven, everyone. It’s business as usual, only with the prospect of instantaneous human incineration tossing some much-needed excitement into the mix. So with that mind, let’s get 2018 started before it suddenly ends.
Welcome to This One Goes to Eleven’s fourth-annual, year-end metal meltdown. By now you know the drill—I write a blurb about the records I liked best, you disagree, we go our separate ways until the new year. This year, however, there is one major tweak to the formula: Instead of tackling the entire planet’s musical […]
So after dragging their feet for months, the DOT and MTA have finally announced their plans for the impending L Train shutdown. It includes: Increased service on the G and JMZ lines Longer G and C trains to increase capacity Weekends and overnights, M will run to 96 St/2 Av Free MetroCard transfers between Broadway G […]
As you undoubtedly know, the City and the MTA plan to close the L Train for nearly all of 2019 and part of 2020. We’re just 16 months away, and they still haven’t announced how they’re going to handle the 15-month closure, which will affect an estimated 200,000 to 250,000 riders. Representatives from the MTA claim they simply […]
The crazy people at Two Trees are moving forward with designs that were approved on November 28. The plans will now involve a bizarre glass dome and a return for the historic Domino Sugar sign. Construction is set to be completed by 2020. A developer will transform the old Domino Sugar factory’s landmarked refinery building […]
Welp, the lists are officially out, and while I don’t necessarily object to semi-major sources pumping out their year-enders before December—SEO is an early-bird’s worm, after all—you won’t find one here for at least another two weeks. In other words, keep your eyes peeled and pants on. It’s coming, but as with everything in this […]