"All hell broke loose," Clark J. Simmons, of Sheepshead Bay, remembered 75 years after the "Day of Infamy."
Peter Romano has helped brighten Brooklyn churches and homes for four decades.
It's beginning to look a lot like the holidays, everywhere you go. Our reporters offer seasonal dispatches from Brooklyn, Manhattan and the Bronx.
The department store's annnual window displays – this year's theme: "Tech Miracle on 34th Street" – were hatched in a Red Hook warehouse.
Local Democrats scrambled in recent weeks to mount a multi-pronged get-out-the-vote campaign amid a recent history of polling site problems.
A small but fervent group of young activists stand by the GOP in a borough where Democrats outnumber Republicans by an 8-1 margin.
Check out some street art, by turns political and satirical, inspired by the presidential election.
Brooklyn Bazaar is embracing campaign fervor, offering Election Day returns on multiple large screen TVs and encouraging patrons to vote with their taste buds for "The Nasty Woman" or "Bad Hombre" drink specials.