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Brooklyn A gang of at least 10 men beat four people during robberies in Sunset Park. The victims, all men in their mid-20s to 30s were on Second Avenue and...  Read more

This Labor Day weekend, Friday, August 29 through Monday, September 1, and the following week, Tuesday, September 2 to Friday, September 5, there are no planned cancellations, route diversions, or  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

Directors  Read more

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

On Friday, September 5, the Heights Players will open their 59th season with Simon Levy’s stage adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby. The play begins at 8:00 p.m.  Read more

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side of the street parking regulations for street cleaning will be

suspended on Monday, September 1st, for Labor Day. Parking meter regulations will also be suspended.

Labor Day is a  Read more

Eighty-nine-year-old Ying-Tsang Ng is missing, the Daily News reports. The last time she was seen, she was leaving her apartment on Coney Island Avenue, near Cortelyou Road. That was on  Read more

Adams, Local Electeds, Linda Johnson

Today at the Bay Ridge Library, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams announced the allocation of $6.92 million in FY 2015 capital funding for libraries and  Read more

Curbed NY has travelled up the mythic Mount Brokerspeak, fasted for three days, and come back bearing tablets inscribed with the first forthcoming apartment listings ever written about a space  Read more

Photo via Design Boom The latest from international architecture office Snøhetta comes in the form of a very stylish, extremely eco-friendly collaboration with the Research Center on Zero Emission Buildings,  Read more

Coco66, a Greenpoint bar that has certainly had its share of issues in the last few years, is hosting a show this weekend that probably won’t end well for anyone:  Read more

• The Cannibal is hosting a Labor Day party. Forty dollars at the door gets you burgers, free-flowing beer, and more. It starts at noon. [Grub Street] • And Extra  Read more

Last sold in 2009 for $260K, the nationally registered Orrin W. Burritt Mansion of Weedsport, N.Y., appears to have been thoroughly touched up by the current owners. That would explain  Read more

With Bushwick safely ceded to the future 1 percent, publications still screaming about Brooklyn’s widespread gentrification have turned their attention to new territory still untouched by Starbucks: Crown Heights. Earlier  Read more

At 7:30 PM on September 11, State Senator Marty Golden will host his annual memorial honoring the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 tragedy, at the 69th Street Pier, at 69th  Read more

Newly PriceChopped by a dramatic $4K, this insanely gaudy wonder in Chestnut Hill, Mass., is on the market $3.995K. Curbed Boston likens it to what might happen if “the 18th  Read more

Image via SunsTruck SOUTHAMPTON—After a stop in Williamsburg earlier this season, the SunsTruck will be stopping at the Capri Hotel between 2pm and 6pm this Saturday and Sunday. A portion  Read more

A new building application was filed Wednesday to build five single-family townhouses on a northern corner of Boerum Hill, on the southeastern corner of Bond and State streets. Adam America  Read more

Ligaya Mishan treks to Midwood to try the city’s lone Moldovan restaurant, called, well, Moldova. The design is kitschy but, “I felt as if I had crashed a wedding and  Read more

The following is a press release from the offices of Councilman Mark Treyger and Assemblyman Bill Colton: Council Member Mark Treyger and Assembly Member Bill Colton are calling on the  Read more

A group of buyers from the Satmar community is looking to buy a commercial laundry site in Bedford-Stuyvesant roughly one year after it was last sold. The group of buyers  Read more

Last week, Caity Weaver and I took a break from stuffing our faces to attend Dave Duminuco’s Be (Better Than) Beyoncé workout class, which is currently held on Friday evenings  Read more

Photo via ABC News As the internet continues to explode into a million joyful pieces in the wake of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s secret wedding this weekend, intel has  Read more

In advance of the Brooklyn Heights Blog’s presentation September 2 of one of the few public discussions on the 52nd Assembly District Race, an important political contest in New York  Read more

Sometimes, ya gotta take one for the team! Read more. Read more

Curbed Miami reports that the Ireland’s Inn, a midcentury beach hotel in Fort Lauderdale, is set for demolition. Ironically enough, the pink S-shaped hotel was once a literal poster child  Read more

The New York Times Editorial Board, acknowledging that the New York lieutenant governor's office is a "feeble" one, has endorsed Tim Wu, Zephyr Teachout's running mate, against Gov. Andrew  Read more

Photo via Design Boom Combining two very good things—castles made of weird stuff and slightly nutty 3D printing projects—into one ridiculous union is this computer-made concrete castle designed by Minnesota-based  Read more

As everyone in Dumbo has likely seen, the Dock Street Dumbo building – 60 Water Street on Dock, Front, and Water Streets – is nearly complete. And finally, we have  Read more

Pols and activists rallied to preserve the above-ground transfer from the Broadway G station to the Lorimer J and M station, which is set to disappear next week. Read more.  Read more

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