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Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Barry Kamins will resign under an agreement with the state Commission on Judicial Conduct made public Wednesday — just two months after he was demoted following...  Read more

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Windsor Trio and Friends

Keiko Asakawa-Golden

Chamber music group Windsor Trio will return to Art on the Corner, at the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd, 7420 4th Avenue in Bay Ridge,  Read more

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A woman was sexually assaulted while walking her friend’s dog in Park Slope Monday night, and while police were quick to arrive at the scene, she says they were in  Read more

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We received this dispatch from a Brooklyn Heights father regarding a WiFi network name picked up on his daughter’s iPhone: Read more

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The NYPD has released video of the three suspects who robbed a 67-year-old woman at gunpoint in an elevator of the Amalgamated Warbasse Houses in Coney Island. As we first  Read more

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Sean Shaynak, a 44-year-old math and science teacher at the prestigious Brooklyn Tech High School was arraigned on 36 charges yesterday stemming from allegations that he carried on sexual relationships  Read more

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This Thursday evening, October 2, starting at 6:30 at the Brooklyn Historical Society, Director Joseph Salvo and colleague Peter Lobo of the NYC Department of City Planning will “explore the  Read more

        The time capsule buried under 370 Jay Street in Brooklyn was pulled up today to an enthusiastic crowd, despite holding somewhat dismal results. MTA President Carmen Bianco started off  Read more

Midwood’s Allif News & Grocery sold a winning lottery ticket last week, netting the unidentified winner $2 million. The 1821 Avenue M bodega sold the Powerplay ticket on Wednesday, September  Read more

The Brooklyn tech teacher accused of having sexual relationships with at least seven female students had an earlier scrape with the law in 2005 when he assaulted an 11-year-old boy...  Read more

Everybody get excited: today, on this very day, we launch Curbed Young Guns 2014, this year’s installment of Curbed’s annual search for the next wave of up-and-coming architects and interior  Read more

Demolitions permits have been issued to the developers of the planned 30-story Voorhies Avenue tower for the connected property, 1524 Sheepshead Bay Road, which will be torn down to create  Read more

Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day? Get thee to the tipline and send us your suggestions. We’d love to  Read more

A Message from Empire State Development (ESD) regarding the April 30th public hearing on the Atlantic Yards Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement:

On March 28, 2014, the Board of

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PUBLIC HEARING on Atlantic Yards

Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement

Wednesday, April 30

5:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Long Island University

Room HS 107

75 DeKalb Avenue

This Wednesday, April 30th starting at 5:30 the Empire  Read more

Photo via Bloomberg According to a recent feature in Bloomberg, which detailed the rise of a 40-acre, pimped-out garage complex outside Minneapolis, retirement homes for cars are the Next Big  Read more

Work on Empire Stores in DUMBO began yesterday. A BHB tipster sent us video of concrete being poured and notes, “They backed the pump truck in at 4am and the  Read more

People from ages 14 through 24 are invited to Community Board 7's first Youth Connect event. The board's Youth and Early Childhood Development Committee will host the event on Wednesday,  Read more

Photo by Matthew Segal via Architizer In designing his own beach home, San Diego architect Jonathan Segal managed to turn a 5,000-square-foot lot into a bare-bones gem, one that stands  Read more

The Brooklyn DA’s office revealed more disturbing details about a Brooklyn Tech High School teacher’s alleged criminal sexual assaults of students. Prosecutor Joseph Mancino said, “He brought [one] to a  Read more

Ocean Warehouse Liquors & Wine is setting up shop at 2965 Ocean Avenue, just north of Avenue Z. The new business put signs up a week or two ago, but  Read more

Photo by Haubitz-Zoche via Design Boom Like the Indian houses that inspired the neon insanity that is Memphis, many of India’s movie theaters are downright phantasmagoric. They really make your  Read more

Photo by Arend Loerts via Gizmodo After commissioning architects and designers to create nine off-the-wall theme rooms, Amsterdam’s Volkshotel has unveiled its “Edmund” suite, a nifty wood-and-rubber structure that packs  Read more

Welcome to October, the one time of year when slasher films and pumpkin everything become the norm. It seems only right that Comic Con should roll into town this month,  Read more

Welcome to October, the one time of year when slasher films and pumpkin everything become the norm. It seems only right that Comic Con should roll into town this month,  Read more

An iconic Brooklyn fast-food fortress has fallen. Read more. Read more

New York’s Guggenheim Museum, the Frank Lloyd Wright masterwork built in 1939, is getting a new space “to house its collection and staff.” Who will design the side-car to an  Read more

So many cat videos to watch today. With reliable Wi-Fi and sometimes even an electrical outlet to spare, Starbucks is basically the go-to “coffice” of telecommuters everywhere. A new study  Read more

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