Local Bookstores Weather Virus

Local Bookstores Weather Virus

By AllISON RAPP A typical day at Community Bookstore in Park Slope, Brooklyn involves a steady stream of customers -- some on the hunt for a particular new release, others…
For This Artist, Her Muse is Herself

For This Artist, Her Muse is Herself

By AMANDA ALMONORD If you want to understand why Annie Bercy is so passionate about her work, you’d have to take a quick look at her background. Growing up with…
Covid & College: A Formula for Depression

Covid & College: A Formula for Depression

By SHIRLEY ALVAREZ Meriam Rezika, 21, an Early Childhood Education student at Touro College, complains that college has been more challenging and more depressing his semester. "I knew it was…
EarthShips Land in Philadelphia

EarthShips Land in Philadelphia

By BOBBIE BELL Rashida Ali-Campbell, founder and executive director of nonprofit organization Love Loving Love is getting an all expense paid headquartered Earthship office to support her mission to reduce…
Mayor Again Warns of School Closings

Mayor Again Warns of School Closings

By KENDRA MARTINEZ Mayor de Blasio on Thursday repeated his warning of closing down schools again as the percentage of coronavirus positive cases on a seven-day average stood at citywide,…
Brooklyn DA Stings Alleged Gun Ring

Brooklyn DA Stings Alleged Gun Ring

By IVAN MORROBEL Brooklyn DA Eric Gonzalez and New York City Police Department Chief of Detectives Rodney Harrison announced on Thursday the indictment of four men, including an MTA subway…
Accused Gun Traffickers Caught in Police Net

Accused Gun Traffickers Caught in Police Net

By ADAM ZAKI Three of the four accused gun traffickers in the police department’s “Operation Tiger” net were arraigned on Thursday, as gun violence continued to rage throughout the city.…