A continued surge of violence left one person dead and many others injured across New York City at the start of the long holiday weekend.
Sen. Julia Salazar of Brooklyn has tested positive for the coronavirus.
"Do the Right Thing" is free to rent on several platforms. Director Spike Lee will be on an online discussion about his classic.
The mayor says a ban on cars from a section of Fulton Street featuring a massive Black Live Matter mural will last until the end of summer.
The first of five street murals planned for New York City in support of Black Lives Matter was painted in Brooklyn. The 28-foot tall letters in bright, yellow were painted along Fulton Street and Restoration Plaza in Bedford-Stuyvesant.
Seven people were shot and injured in three separate shootings in Brooklyn within a span of 10 minutes, said police.
Police in New York shut down a Yeshiva school that was operating in defiance of a mandatory coronavirus shutdown.
The NYPD says it has arrested 32-year-old Cassandra Lundy and charged her with manslaughter and assault for the death of 86-year-old Janie Marshall on March 28 after an incident that reportedly may have been related to social distancing.
Police say two guys stole an ATM containing about $1,000 from a bar in Brooklyn.
Kim Hill is the owner of a special boutique in Brooklyn called Radical Women. She explained the origin of the name.
The Bed-Stuy Social Photo Club exhibit is the brainchild of professional photographer Hidemi Takagi, who set up a photo studio outside of her apartment and encouraged others in the neighborhood to pose for a free portrait.
Over 40 portraits of residents living in Bedford–Stuyvesant are on display at the Billie Holiday Theater, as part of photographer Hidemi Takagi's "Bed-Stuy Social Photo Club" exhibit.