The demographics and socioeconomic status of Fort Greene residents has changed drastically since 2000, including a growing gap between some of the neighborhood’s wealthy and poor residents. Here’s our multimedia report on some of the bellwethers of change.
A biketrain run out of Red Lantern Bicycles is getting commuters who work in Midtown Manhattan to ditch their MetroCard for a bicycle. See how in our video from Bike to Work Day.
Walt Whitman once envisioned the open space of Fort Greene Park as a place for people to come together. His vision for the park is synonymous with our plans for The Nabe, a blog dedicated to giving a voice to the people of Fort Greene and Clinton Hill.
In this week’s 88th Precinct crime report, a woman attacked eight other women with a stiletto shoe. Between May 7 and 14, Fort Greene and Clinton Hill residents also reported robberies on busses, thefts from cars and trucks and home burglaries.