As playwright Karen Malpede emerges from lockdown, she reflects on the meaning of life and creativity in an age of systems collapse.
The nurse and candidate for central Brooklyn’s 57th Assembly District calls for mandated safe staffing ratios that will save lives.
Félix Ortiz concedes to socialist in Sunset Park. Walter Mosley, Joe Lentol and Aravella Simotas could soon be ousted too, despite more than $365,000 in aid from Albany power-brokers.
A new legislative session begins in Albany on Monday. How will lawmakers react to the demands of protesters who have grown bolder in the wake of George Floyd’s death?
At the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge, City Hall Park lies in a cold-stone land where law and order…
The civil rights attorney helped lead the campaign to close Rikers and defended Occupy Wall Street protesters. Next, he plans to take on corruption from the other side of the courtroom.
Trump’s shocking victory propelled this immigrant scientist into political activism. Now, she’s running against a congressional Democrat who supports the President 77 percent of the time.
New York has seen a wave of political upsets since 2018. On July 7, a former AOC campaign volunteer hopes to crack the power of the machine in New Jersey and takedown absentee Congressman Albio Sires.