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Residents at a Brooklyn housing complex were left stranded in an elevator for more than an hour after a large-scale power outage on Friday morning, a Fire Department source said....  Read more


A few glimpses at what women deal with every day, from Bushwick to the East Village to Crown Heights to Park Avenue—street harassment happens everywhere. [ more › ] Read more


The DUMBO Improvement District is sponsoring their 7th storefront trick-or-treating for kids in our community today. Children dressed in costume are welcomed into shops throughout the neighborhood with no purchase  Read more


    I was hanging around a crowded bar in Gowanus one recent Friday night when three women wearing earth-tone cloaks drifted in and started ringing a bell. Lavender Lake, the  Read more


What or who are you dressing up as for Halloween? Who in Brooklyn Heights has the best stoop or window display? What else in on your mind about Halloween? Comment  Read more


A 1.1 million-square-foot office project could come to the Red Hook waterfront. Est4te Four, an Italian developer, has been buying up pieces of the Red Hook waterfront since 2012, according  Read more

A homeless man has been arrested in connection to a sexual assault on the Columbia University campus on Wednesday night, police said. Allen Taylor, 27, who police describe as “undomiciled”,...  Read more

Photos by MK Metz When we saw this purple tombstone mourning the neighborhood of Cobble Hill this morning in front of Long Island College Hospital (LICH) in Brooklyn, we thought it  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

Welcome back to Monochromes, a Friday mini-series wherein Curbed delves deep into the internet’s photographic annals, resurfacing with an armful of old black-and-white photos of architecture and interior design. Have  Read more

Photos by Joseph Schell and Andrew Todd via Houzz Remember that schoolhouse in Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds, the one all those kids are evacuated from right before they get menacingly  Read more

Cops arrested an 18-year-old who they say sexually assaulted his fellow teen crew member on a boat docked in Brooklyn Bridge Park twice in just more than a week. Read  Read more

A pol has flushed plans for a pricey bathroom in a Red Hook park. Read more. Read more

Have you been hearing St. Agnes' carillon in the past two days?  The sound of the bells is absolutely beautiful.  Today, they rang at the beginning of every hour this  Read more

Two senior citizens, ages 68 and 70, were arrested and charged with possessing hundreds of videos and images of child pornography, according to Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson’s office. [  Read more

In a statement released last night on their website, the board of the Brooklyn Heights Association has requested that the Brooklyn Bridge Park Development Corporation reconsider the proposed heights of  Read more

Gov. Cuomo’s first term is up for appraisal by voters as he faces off with Westchester conservative Rob Astorino. Read more. Read more

Upstate county comptroller Robert Antonacci is the underdog in a race to defeat his counterpart at the state level, incumbent Thomas DiNapoli., who has branded himself as a reformer since  Read more

John Cahill faces a tough lift in taking on incumbent Attorney General Eric Schneiderman who, though he has maintained a lower profile than his predecessors, is banking on his record  Read more

Six-term incumbent Martin Golden is defending his seat from upstart tech entrepreneur James Kemmerer. Read more. Read more

Indicted incumbent Rep. Michael Grimm is defending his seat against former Councilman Domenic Recchia in this tight race. Read more. Read more

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Abyssinian Development moves ahead with Harlem Renaissance Ballroom redevelopment. North and South Williamsburg price gap is fading.  Read more

  Shot at Stop and Shop. Photo by Gennady Favel

The post Puzzle: Climate Control appeared first on Sheepshead Bites. Read more

A city worker (robot?) has been suspended for 20 days for using a ‘robot voice’ to talk to people (other robots?) who called his department. DNAInfo reports that (robot?) Ronald  Read more

Photo courtesy of the Sedlec Ossuary There’s really no competition when it comes to creepy cemeteries: the Sedlec Ossuary in the Czech Republic has had them all beat since the  Read more

The Lightstone Group picked up a $120 million construction loan for a 12-story apartment complex on the banks of the Gowanus Canal. Canyon Capital Realty Advisors, a Los Angeles-based investment  Read more

Chicago has no great dearth of houses designed by Prairie poohbah Frank Lloyd Wright, but if those aren’t up to snuff, there are always FLW design clones, one of which  Read more

Photo via Wikimedia Commons Could this historic lodge in Grand Teton National Park go down as the historic lodge that brought down Vice President Joe Biden? Possibly maybe somehow, if  Read more

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