The team announced details of its 2015-16 season opener on Wednesday. The Islanders are moving to Barclays Center after a 43-year run at Nassau Coliseum.
Among the graduates was one Dante de Blasio, whose picture flashed on the overhead screens of the arena as he listened to the keynote speaker, his father.
A man who allegedly assaulted a Jewish leader in front of the Barclays Center last fall has been slapped with upgraded charges.
When the project is complete by the end of September, the 3-acre curving rooftop is expected to be a hardy, verdant dome of grasses, flowers and plants.
According to the team’s website, each order of ice — which has since changed its state to liquid H2O — costs $20 and will come with a certificate of authenticity.
It’s a Brooklyn three-peat.
“This franchise is not satisfied with only qualifying for the playoffs because Islanders fans deserve a Stanley Cup,” Wang wrote. “We will not stop until this happens and Lord Stanley returns.”
It’s time for the New York Islanders to lower the Hall of Fame and Stanley Cup banners from the rafters, and pack up their pucks and sticks.
The Brooklyn Paramount, at the northeast corner of Flatbush and DeKalb avenues in downtown Brooklyn, will undergo a 24-month renovation and reopen, according to a news release.
Adrienne Ford’s accidental discovery of boxing turned into an addiction, which led her winning in a New York Golden Gloves championship at the Barclays Center.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s ambitious redevelopment plans won’t involve the use of eminent domain to acquire property, Planning Director Carl Weisbrod said Tuesday.
County Executive Edward Mangano announced the plans Wednesday even as the team moves to Brooklyn.
The Nets were only trailing Utah, 78-75, with 5:45 remaining in the fourth quarter at Barclays Center Sunday night, but the ensuing substitution horn might as well have been a death knell.
Boomer and Craig made their annual trip to Barclays Center on Friday night to call a Brooklyn Nets basketball game and brought Al Dukes along with them…
It seems Mikhail Prokhorov won’t have a hard time finding a buyer for the Brooklyn Nets. That is, if he decides to sell.