Seems like no matter how much you try to gentrify the borough that begot the Notorious B.I.G., Mike Tyson, and Michael Jordan (yes, we’re claiming him too), remnants of the old Brooklyn way of life just keep washing up on shore… literally.
Sh*t gets real in Brooklyn. Four people were shot outside of a baby shower in Flatbush last night (Oct. 30).
By now you should know that Maino is not one to be tested (ask Yung Berg). However, a troubling report claims that the Brooklyn rapper punched a porn star outside of an NYC hotspot on early Tuesday (Oct. 21) morning.
New York mayor-elect Bill de Blasio today (December 5) announced Bill Bratton as the New York Police Department’s new commissioner. The hire marks a homecoming of sorts for the decorated law enforcement official, who once served as NYPD’s top cop under former mayor Rudy Giuliani.
Recent reports of the so-called “Knockout Game” has spread through major media outlets and onto social media, with many claiming roving packs of black youth are assaulting strangers. Now, it appears that many of the reports of the menacing practice may just be sensationalized reporting and not true facts.
Shermain Miles has been a nuisance in Chicago for over 35 years, where she has been arrested a whopping 396 times for a variety of offenses. After serving time for chasing and allegedly pulling a knife on Alderman James Cappleman, the 52-year-old Miles claims she’s ready to change.
Ever since his acquittal in the Trayvon Martin case, former volunteer night watchman George Zimmerman has been involved in a slew of run-ins with the law in Florida. His latest arrest Monday (Nov. 18) after scuffling with his girlfriend, and allegedly waving a firearm, also landed him an assault and battery charge.
Former Dallas Cowboys and Chicago Bears wide receiver Sam Hurd saw his career come to an end in December of 2011 after he was arrested for attempting to purchase a large amount of coke. Hurd was slapped with a 15-year prison sentence Wednesday (Nov. 13) evening, although his legal team is looking to fight back […]
A disturbing trend of unprovoked and random attacks known as the “knockout” game has exploded across the New York metropolitan area. Now, NYPD officials want to investigate the game as a hate crime after several Jews reported they’ve been victims of the violent act.