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At the international Nerdlesque Festival, burlesque performers from around the world converge on Brooklyn.
The group's goal is to shut all juvenile prisons in the nation in the next decade.
Participants in a new program to teach the violin to children in Brooklyn recently held their first concert.
The city is refusing to consider the demographic and racial impact of its rezoning projects, advocates say.
Tenants say an affordable housing company, SEBCO, has failed to repair an elevator that keeps breaking down.
Families of pedestrians and cyclists killed by cars say it is painful when coverage blames the victim.
Understaffing has sparked conflict between the nurses union and private hospitals in New York City.
Between 2013 and 2018, first responders came to Amazon warehouses at least 189 times for suicide attempts and other mental-health episodes.