For the past few years, progressive activist groups have sprung up in Bay Ridge to counter an increasing trend towards […]
Bay Ridge art galleries? Yes, they exist, and they’re growing rapidly, bringing together our already sizable community of local artists… and attracting international talent. Today on the show we are sitting down with local gallery impresarios Jeannine Bardo and Elena Soterakis to get a look behind-the-scenes at how our local galleries are run.
Half of the cyclist deaths in New York City to date have been in Southern Brooklyn. Bay Ridge and it’s […]
Our Rent Control laws expire this year, but we have a chance to radically improve them. Our guests Andrea Shaprio of the MET Council on Housing, and Genna Goldsobel of The 5th Ave Committee, lay out what’s at stake.
After an incident of tasteless manufactured outrage by the New York Post, Bodega owners across our neighborhood (and the city) finally had enough. We check in with Rabyaah Althaibani, our local Yemeni community organizer, who has been assisting the Yemeni American Merchants Association in instituting a boycott of the New York Post in local bodegas.
In Rachel’s final episode, we gather together an all-star (and all-women) round-table of field organizers. Each of them were at the forefront of the Bay Ridge 2018 Blue Wave. What was it like? What does it take to become a field organizer? What are the strategies and tactics? How can you become one too?
Car crashes, pedestrian deaths, cyclist injuries. Bay Ridge is a hotbed of reckless driving and dangerous streets… by design. Today we’ll explore all the ways we can fix that, from the ground up. Learn all the tricks transportation experts have up their sleeve to make streets safe for everyone!
Our look at how Bay Ridge is affected by the NYC Vision Zero campaign to reduce transit fatalities and injuries. Join our transit correspondent Brian Hedden as we look into what to expect, and what’s changed, with the latest update to the Vision Zero program.
Bay Ridge is lucky to have three major commercial avenues acting as an economic lifeblood to the community. Amanda Zenteno is the Executive Director of the 5th Avenue Business Improvement District, which focuses on keeping our Avenues healthy and vibrant.
Happy New Year! The staff of Radio Free Bay Ridge looks back on it’s first full year, and makes a few guesses about what’s ahead in 2019.