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A crew of do-it-yourself artists who were left out in the cold when a big Williamsburg arts center closed last year are banding together to find a way to get  Read more

With the days shortening and the buzz of a new school year underscoring that summer’s end is near, BHB checked in on the Brooklyn Heights Library branch, whose hours the  Read more

A 24-year-old man was arrested after he took a leisurely mid-day stroll to the top of the Brooklyn Bridge. Cops say that midtown Manhattan resident Yaroslav Kolchin was spotted climbing  Read more

The New York State chapter of the National Organization for Women has announced its endorsement of Zephyr Teachout, Gov. Andrew Cuomo's Democratic primary challenger.

According to the Teachout campaign, the endorsement  Read more

The New York City Comptroller' office reports that, as a result of the rising tide of violence at Rikers Island, personal-injury claims against the New York City Department of Correction  Read more

At the revived Max Fish. Cocktail Heavy Hitters: Boilermaker 13 First Ave., at 1st St.; 646-924-8153; early Sept. Much of the team behind Golden Cadillac has stayed on for  Read more

A backpack-wearing thrill-seeker was arrested Sunday for climbing atop the Brooklyn Bridge in yet another security breach on the famed span. Yaroslav Kolchin, 24, of Manhattan, was busted after he...  Read more

GG’s morcilla-and-mozzarella pizza. September: Marta 29 E. 29th St., nr. Madison Ave.; 212-651-3800. Even in Italy, Naples-style is not the last word on pizza—just don’t mention it to a Neapolitan.  Read more

“I consider mine very New York style.” Ivan Orkin isn’t the only nice Jewish boy from Long Island to aspire to ramen greatness. There’s Joshua Smookler, a Korean-American adopted by  Read more

This Wednesday, Nickelodeon is teaming up with the Brooklyn Cyclones to present “The ‘90s Are All That,” a tribute to the Nickelodeon programming of your childhood (assuming you are part  Read more

After paying $26 million in 2011 for a shuttered Pfizer plant in Brooklyn, Acumen Capital Partners is shooting for a double-digit return. Acumen, which specializes in revamping offbeat commercial properties,  Read more

Although the commute to the city can be exhausting, the southeast Brooklyn neighborhood of Canarsie continues to attract middle-class families, with its large park, Jamaica Bay views and suburban-style housing.  Read more

The duo that created Brooklyn Flea and Smorgasburg are launching a new effort in Crown Heights, dubbed Berg’n. Eric Demby and Jonathan Butler will cut the ribbon Wednesday on their  Read more

Heritage Radio is the food-focused, listener-supported internet radio station that broadcasts from a studio attached to Roberta’s in Bushwick. Every week, many of the big players in the food world  Read more

  Tens of thousands of folks of all races and degrees of punk-ness turned Fort Greene’s Commodore Barry Park into a party on Saturday, as the Afropunk Fest kicked off  Read more

Without a doubt London commands some of the highest real estate prices in the world. But it isn’t the only city in Britain that boasts pricey homes. Here’s a look  Read more

If you want to win, you’ve got to score some runs. Read more. Read more

Five people, including two children, were killed in a fiery car crash on Long Island last night. According to police, 37-year-old Brooklyn resident Myriam Lebrun was driving a Honda Accord  Read more

It was like Little Italy all over again when the Screecher celebrated his 79th birthday with his pals from fifth grade! Except the conversation was a bit dark. Read more.  Read more

The police are hoping the public can help them find three men wanted for a shooting that took place in Brooklyn on August 15th. [ more › ] Read more

In Case You Missed It (ICYMI): Here are some of the big stories you may have missed this week. You can keep up with what’s going on in the neighborhood  Read more

The New York Post reported 8/2014, Ex-Sampson aide admits to swiping $100K from officialsIndicted state Sen. John Sampson has been thrown under the bus to the feds by a former top  Read more

With primary elections just weeks away, New York's first-ever livable streets political action committee, StreetsPAC, has issued first-round state-level endorsements.

Much of what happens on the streets of New York City,  Read more

A week after cooing at Millennials for being so nice and loving mason jars, the latest missive from The NY Times Presents: Brunch Hate Reads tackles an even more serious  Read more

Patrick Stewart may have been responsible for the classiest Ice Bucket Challenge video, but Tina Fey has surely produced the cutest one yet—by involving her pint-sized doppleganger. [ more ›  Read more

  Back in April, street artist Swoon moved inside for her Submerged Motherlands exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum. And tomorrow is your last chance to see it in person, so  Read more

With Brooklyn’s home prices and rents rapidly approaching Manhattan heights, even the borough’s well-to-do hipster establishment is getting priced out. Long-time Brooklynites and newcomers alike are increasingly leaving the borough  Read more

Caro Heller, an amazing Brooklyn Heights woman -- Saint Ann's mom, artist, voodoo princess -- had a quiet vocation: she and her husband reunited more than 80 families members who  Read more

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