Brooklyn was a dream. All the things that happened there just couldn't happen. It was all dream stuff. Or was it all real and true and was it that she, Francie, was the dreamer?
I'm no Lance Armstrong, but I do use a bike to get from place to place in Manhattan, a little bit of Brooklyn.
I want to be that guy that says I was one of the first guys to put a banner in Brooklyn.
Lionel Essrog, the twitching, barking, gabbling narrator of Jonathan Lethem's new novel, 'Motherless Brooklyn,' is no movie-of-the-week novelty grafted onto a noir mystery. Maybe his Tourette's is a gimmick, but it's a gimmick with depth, with soul.
As with all the other rappers I've worked with, Biggie and I shared common ground. Even though Biggie grew up in Brooklyn and I grew up in Chicago, we came from the same 'hood.
I painted billboards above every candy store in Brooklyn.
'Red Hook Summer' is another chapter in my chronicles of Brooklyn.
I rooted for the Dodgers when they were in Brooklyn.
In writing 'Another Brooklyn,' I had to imagine what happens when friendships dissolve.
There's no story that breaks, including a five-alarm fire in Brooklyn, that I don't wish I were covering.
Brooklyn was a famous team. I wanted to play for the Dodgers.
There are lots of different sides to Brooklyn. It has so much character.
I was a prosecutor in Brooklyn in the homicide division and then as a senior assistant district attorney.
I bought my Grasshoppers tennis shoes at a flea market in Brooklyn. They are so comfortable to lounge around in on tour.
There's a band from Brooklyn called Frankie Cosmos, which is very nice.
I'm torn between wanting to connect with what I grew up with and what's available, living in Brooklyn. I don't have a grimy supermarket that decapitates frogs' heads nearby.
This is a tremendous opportunity to be named head coach of the Brooklyn Nets, and it's a role I have been studying for over the course of my playing days.
I lived in Park Slope, which is probably one of the most homogenized areas of Brooklyn. No offense to Park Slope.
I grew up in an inner city neighborhood called the Benson Hurst section of Brooklyn, which was a very embracing, warm, family-type neighborhood.
When I went to Brooklyn in 1948 Jackie Robinson was at the height of his brilliant career.