Time is up for Walter’s Antique Clock and Watch Repair (Audio)

Nov. 17, 2017 by

Pretty much everyone in the West Village agrees: Walter Dikarev is magical. “I love him,” Rosemary Wettenhall, owner of Madame Matovu, said. “Because he’s like this magic man. He can

Interactive Feature: 2017 New York City Marathon

Nov. 5, 2017 by

Interactive map and first article by Justin Hicks. Originally appeared in Pavement Pieces.

New Yorkers Protest Trump’s “Fascist Regime” (Video)

Nov. 4, 2017 by

New Yorkers Protest Trump’s “Fascist Regime” from Pavement Pieces on Vimeo.

Residents Believe Faulty Wiring May Have Sparked 3-Alarm Fire in Flatbush

Nov. 3, 2017 by

Originally appeared on Bklyner.  FLATBUSH – A three-alarm fire broke out at 60 Clarkson Avenue (between Flatbush & Bedford Avenues) shortly after 4 p.m. Thursday afternoon. Residents say they believe

Brooklyn Senior Idol 2017 (Video)

Nov. 3, 2017 by

Seniors Compete in Singing Competition from Pavement Pieces on Vimeo. It was a competition for the ages – the older ones that is – at the Brooklyn Senior Idol competition

Terror Strikes Lower Manhattan Once Again (Video)

Nov. 2, 2017 by

Eight were killed and 11 injured when a 29-year-old man plowed a truck through a crowded bike path in Lower Manhattan. It was the deadliest terrorist attack since 9/11. (Originally

New York People: Kristin Bertrand, Woodwind Workshop (Video)

Oct. 24, 2017 by

NY People: Kristin Bertrand, Woodwind Workshop from Pavement Pieces on Vimeo.

Dancing In the Dark (Video)

Oct. 23, 2017 by

Dancing In The Dark from Pavement Pieces on Vimeo. “A quiet party is that everyone, instead of making noise…people live across the street and they don’t want to hear loudspeakers,”

A Flatbush Tenant Fights Back (Video)

Oct. 16, 2017 by

A Flatbush Tenant Fights Back from Justin Hicks on Vimeo. Before even five people had appeared on Imani Henry’s front stoop on East 22nd Street around noon on Sunday, a

Stigma Prevents Progress in Staten Island Opioid Crisis

Oct. 1, 2017 by

Three afternoons a week, James Y., an impeccably dressed businessman from Staten Island, slowly descends the stairs into the dimly-lit basement of Our Lady Star of the Sea and prepares