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Pity poor Columbia University President Lee Bollinger. His students do — they’ve embarked on a Web campaign to raise even more money to pay the multi-millionaire educator. Recently released tax...  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

After two embarrassing breaches of security for the NYP […] Read more

Your correspondent attended Saturday evening’s performance of Pietro Mascagni’s one act opera Cavalleria Rusticana at St. Ann and the Holy Trinity Church, performed by the String Orchestra of Brooklyn (which  Read more

Brooklyn A 64-year-old Italian tourist was robbed on a subway train in Brooklyn Heights. The victim was on a 2 train at 5:15 p.m. Monday when a thief roughed him...  Read more

This week, the Screecher hears from his biggest fan Read more. Read more

The body of Mohammad Naiem Uddin, the child who died after he was struck down by a driver on a street in Kensington, can be viewed in front of his  Read more

Superstorm Sandy hit just two months before Christmas, 2012. In the aftermath, thousands of displaced families either couldn't provide gifts for their children or couldn't replace gifts destroyed in  Read more

Superstorm Sandy hit just two months before Christmas, 2012. In the aftermath, thousands of displaced families either couldn't provide gifts for their children or couldn't replace gifts destroyed in  Read more

As reported by AMNY, the city Department of Transportation, in a move sure to give hope to advocates for a bike lane on the Verrazano bridge, will study ways to  Read more

He never fired a shot — but a rookie cop who saw his partner accidentally gun down an innocent Brooklyn man was so shaken he could barely tell his superiors...  Read more

Keep an eye out for neighbor Natan “Nate” Gorelik, a 28-year-old graphic designer last seen in Brighton Beach. Gorelik left his grandmother’s home Tuesday in Brighton Beach Tuesday evening, wearing  Read more

Deal: Discounts on lighting samples and prototypes. Cash or checks only. Read more

The elderly woman who allegedly fatally struck a 14-year-old boy with her car in Kensington on Thursday may have looked at the teen’s body before driving off, according to prosecutors.  Read more

A string of armed robberies has Flatbush residents freaking out. Read more. Read more

Family, neighbors, activists and politicians are incensed at the NYPD after a rookie cop “accidentally” fatally shot an unarmed man in Brooklyn on Thursday. “We believe he intentionally fired his  Read more

A 9-month-old girl with a gunshot wound to her side was brought to a Brooklyn hospital Saturday afternoon by her parents. The mom and dad said they were riding a...  Read more

With a name like Two Moon Cafe and Art House, it was easy to think of cafe owners Joyce Pisarello and Danielle Mazzeo as two beautiful moons illuminating a lonely  Read more

A reader visiting Paris sent me the photo below, a model of Atlantic Yards that's part of the Frank Gehry retrospective at the Centre Pompidou. (It's from the 2008 iteration  Read more

Dark hallways, a lack of security cameras and spotty elevator service are par for the course in Brooklyn’s notorious Louis H. Pink Houses, which tenants say is completely neglected by...  Read more

The officer and his partner were patrolling the Louis H. Pink Houses in East New York when they encountered the man; it was unclear what provoked the shooting. Read more

The fatal shooting of a Brooklyn man by a police officer underscores the dangers of vertical patrols in stairwells throughout New York’s 334 public housing complexes. Read more

We’ve received this message from the Brooklyn Heights Association on behalf of Heights and Hills: In an annual tradition that has continued for over 42 years, the Heights and Hills  Read more

According to Toys for Tots Brooklyn, the following Bay Ridge sites are now accepting toy drop-offs through December 19:

Fort Hamilton High School Key Club: Tanja Larsen

11/10/2014 - 12/19/2014

8 AM -  Read more

Warning: This video contains graphic violence. An NYPD cop cracked an accused fare beater over the head with his nightstick in a Brooklyn subway station – splattering blood over other...  Read more

Photos via Design Boom This Ikea table isn’t what you might call traditionally stylish, or at all in keeping with the “Swedish modern on a budget” look the furniture giant  Read more

The Brooklyn man shot and killed by a NYPD cop in an East New York housing project had planned to leave town the very next day to surprise his mother...  Read more

Warren Jeffs’ former mansion, in Hildale, Utah. Photo by Trent Nelson courtesy of The Salt Lake Tribune It all started with a false police report. In 2008, Texas police received  Read more

[caption id=”attachment_448355” align=”aligncenter” width=”570”] 35 East 68th Street on Upper East Side[/caption]

Brooklyn Bridge Park Corp. says no more Pier 6 environmental studies. A peek at window dressing-heavy Upper East Side  Read more

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