Mayor de Blasio’s opposition to a luxury development at the Brooklyn Botanical Garden stands in stark contrast to his support for four super-towers that would loom over one of Lower Manhattan’s last working class neighborhoods.
Ever since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a lot of discussion and speculation in the…
The progressive grassroots is much stronger than it was 12 years ago when Obama took office. If it stays focused, it can make real progress in advancing its agenda.
Critics vow to fight on after Community Board One votes in favor of a massive rezoning of the popular recreational site in the middle of New York Harbor.
Eight-hundred and sixty thousand people lost power when Tropical Storm Isaias hit New York City in early August. It…
Given the dire threat global warming presents to our city and its communities, in addition to the threat posed by coronavirus, we are publishing this letter to New York’s leaders, signed by 132 organizations, in full here.
The fuel is going to Massachusetts.
Please give today to the Indypendent. It’s the generosity of readers like you who make all our work possible.