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In a city of change, some small, beloved local establishments, like an ices stand in Queens and a place to buy octopus in Brooklyn, endure. Read more

A man was killed and a 12-year-old was seriously injured in separate incidents involving hit-and-run drivers in Brooklyn and the Bronx. [ more › ] Read more

After a busy week, here’s a chance to catch up on some of the news happening outside of our neighborhood! We’ve pulled together some of the most interesting recent stories  Read more

You probably heard the disturbing news this week that nearly 34 million air bags made by the Takata Corporation are subject to a nationwide recall due to a lethal defect  Read more

Just three days after the question of how much Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park neighbors had been informed of the requirement that they be offered double-paned windows and air conditioners for noise  Read more

On Dean Street east of Sixth AvenueThis past Tuesday, 5/19/15, on the same day that an Empire State Development representative reported that the number of complaints regarding Atlantic Yards impactrs  Read more

If you haven’t already snagged a ticket for our Gowanus Immersion on June 6 with Brooklyn Brewery, where you’ll get... Read More… Read More

The post The Total Gowanus Immersion, Now  Read more

A Brooklyn mother and her two daughters were in critical condition early Saturday after a fire tore through their Borough Park home, authorities said. The blaze started in the three-story...  Read more

A man was killed by a hit-and-run driver in Brooklyn Friday. The 49-year-old was struck by a Jeep with Florida plates as he tried to cross Glenwood Road near Rockaway...  Read more

Sixty chickens won’t be on any Memorial Day grills this weekend thanks to a trucker’s lousy driving. The birds flew off a flatbed in Brooklyn on Thursday as the driver...  Read more

A Brooklyn public-school teacher whines in a new lawsuit that she was unfairly fired from her job for bedding her 12-year-old student — even though DNA, videotape, text and financial...  Read more

At 2 PM on Monday, June 22, the Fort Hamilton Branch Library, at 9424 4th Avenue in Bay Ridge, will present a free screening of "Kristen Chenoweth: The Dames of  Read more

At 1 PM on Saturday, May 30 (Rain Date May 31st), Deno's Wonder Wheel Park will host the 5th Annual Coney Island Pet Day and Costume Contest on the Coney  Read more

In a move praised by Assembly Member Nicole Malliotakis and State Sen. Marty Golden, President Barack Obama has signed into law the "Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu National Blue Alert  Read more

A nut job is being sought by police for torching a Brooklyn gynecology office twice in one week, police said. The suspected arsonist first targeted Boro Park Obstetrics & Gynecology...  Read more

Welcome to Curbed’s new weekly round-up of architecture and design on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and (god forbid) even LinkedIn. Collected from retweets, intra-office chats, and, well, anything that sent us  Read more

Photo illustration by Michelle Goldchain The Mother of Dragons is pretty busy fighting her way to the Iron Throne, so Curbed put together a list of five abodes that should  Read more

This Sunday, May 24, starting at 10:30 a.m., there will be a tribute to Brooklyn’s World War Two veterans at the Brooklyn War Memorial in Cadman Plaza Park. There are  Read more

All photos by Andrey Avdeenkovia via Designboom Over in the Poltava region of Ukraine, a cluster of modern cabins by local studio YOD Design Lab have been erected in a  Read more

“My new brush is a Caterpillar.” It’s a suitably brash, bold statement that gels with the theme of director James Crump’s documentary on the Land Art movement, Troublemakers. By directing  Read more

Photo via Sotheby’s Designed by New York architect Alfredo DeVido and updated by another local master, Maziar Behrooz, this house is a massive 13,000-square-foot residence, the centerpiece of which is  Read more

AM New York’s Alison Fox visited Montague Street to write the paper’s first installment of an “Explore a Block” series. Ms. Fox noted that Brooklyn Heights is one of the  Read more

The police are asking for the public’s help in finding the person accused of punching a senior citizen and stealing his cellphone at Brooklyn subway station. [ more › ]  Read more

If you’re hanging around the neighborhood this Memorial Day weekend, we’ve put together a list of places and services that will either be closed or operating under a limited schedule  Read more

Second Development Services’ Downtown Brooklyn condo project appears to be getting taller. A new permit application has the building at 27 stories, up from the originally planned 20. The application  Read more

Bushwick is the 7th coolest neighborhood in the world (or at least it was, though how long can something become cool before all the Dads find it?) so now developers  Read more

The city of Mecca has unveiled plans to build the world’s largest hotel, called Abraj Kudai, which will be open in 2017. Here it is by the numbers. Towers: 12  Read more

Photo by Jason Pier Socialite Happy Rockefeller passed away earlier this week at the age of 88. And while she may have been known for her philanthropic work (and her  Read more

Looking for a new place to call home? We’ve rounded up a bunch of intriguing Sheepshead Bay apartment listings — take a look at the details, and let us know  Read more

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