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This sidewalk-inspired circus show is anything but pedestrian. Read more. Read more

UPDATE: NYPD brass says the culprits probably had an elaborate plan and the climbers may have worked in construction. This much they do know: the pranksters blocked the flag lights  Read more

UPDATE: NYPD deputy commissioner for counter-terrorism John Miller dispelled the notion that the flags were connected to terrorism, saying they “may have been somebody’s art project.” Read more. Read more

As announced earlier today by Kings County District Attorney Kenneth P. Thompson, Jason Stevens, the notorious owner of DUMBO hangout reBar who two months ago stole wedding party deposits and  Read more

Every hour, an estimated 8,000 sharks are killed. That’s 192,000 sharks a day and 70 million sharks in a year. Sharks are being hunted to extinction, with some species declining  Read more

A mafia boss can’t expect his jailhouse emails to be protected from the prying eyes of authorities — even if the communiques are to and from his lawyer, a Brooklyn...  Read more

Deal: Discounts on merchandise by A.P.C, Arc’teryx Veilance, Isabel Marant, Rachel Comey, No. 6, and more. Read more

Developer Alec Shtromandel, who is bringing the Union Hotel in Gowanus, has plans for another hotel in Brooklyn – this time in Boerum Hill. The four-story building at 489 Baltic  Read more

Photo via Arch Daily Another day, another former Nazi bunker finding new life in modern-day Berlin. This time, the unlikely makeover candidate is this former air-raid shelter from 1943, which  Read more

Brooklyn Proper Open House

Tonight: Monday, July 21st, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Complimentary food and drinks tonight at Brooklyn Proper, "a seasonally inspired bistro" whose food "is simple, rustic and healthful  Read more

Town & Country has put together a list of either the very worst or very best beach house names out there, including such feats of linguistic invention as “Going Coastal”  Read more

A cyclist was run over by a cement truck in East Williamsburg this afternoon, crushing her legs and destroying her bike, according to witnesses. [ more › ] Read more

Actress Helen Mirren, recipient of damehood from the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire for the nigh-innumerable times she’s totally killed it on screen and stage as the Queen  Read more

From 11:30 AM to 4 PM on July 27, First Free Evangelical Church will host a Blood Drive at 6501 6th Avenue in Bay Ridge.

To schedule an appointment, call Steven  Read more

Ikea, which once astutely noticed that people don’t read anymore, has also noticed that no one has any space, prompting a new line of micro home-friendly furnishings. With items like  Read more

Cinephiles should block out Friday, September 5 on their calendar, and I mean really block it out, because that’s when BAM is having a 24-hour movie marathon and fundraiser to  Read more

Police found a 49-year-old woman dead at a Brightwater Avenue apartment building on Thursday, spurring an investigation. Cops were called to 1511 Brightwater Avenue just before 11:00 a.m. on July  Read more

Famed furnishings giant Herman Miller has just acquired Design Within Reach for $154M, all in cash. For those having trouble visualizing the monster sum forked over for the modern chair  Read more

Jason Stevens, former owner of popular wedding venue reBar in Brooklyn, was sentenced to between three and 10 years in jail for stealing $200,000 in sales tax between 2009 and  Read more

Move over, sweetest little cottage in all the Hamptons; there’s a new pint-size stunner on the block. At 600 square feet, this contemporary offering out of Amagansett is undoubtedly smaller  Read more

1) Columbia Waterfront: The very sweet looking farm to table Orchard Cafe has opened on a sleepy section of Columbia Street. The airy space boasts lots of seating at the  Read more

From 6-9 PM on Tuesday, August 5, the 68th PCT and the 68th PCT Community Council will co-host the 31st Annual National Night Out Against Crime at Shore Road Park  Read more

Photo via Design Boom Because TMZ’s rabid reporters need a big ol’ space to bandy about potential all-caps headlines on celebrities’ worst dog walking outfits and Justin Bieber’s facial hair,  Read more

[UPDATE BELOW] Jason Stevens, the infamous owner of the defunct DUMBO gastropub and wedding venue reBar, is going to prison. Stevens pleaded guilty to tax fraud and grand larceny last  Read more

Brides and grooms scammed out of their wedding reception deposits by reBar owner Jason Stevens cheered his sentencing Monday with sangria and beer at a Dumbo bar less than a...  Read more

B LINE From 9:45 a.m. to 3 p.m., Wednesday to Friday, Manhattan-bound B trains run local from Kings Hwy to Prospect Park. Q LINE From 9:45 a.m. to 3 p.m.,  Read more

Taking to the pages of the Guardian, British architect Richard Rogers questions whether we should be building in rural areas, given the amount of space still available in cities. “We  Read more

A Brooklyn-based multi-family investment and management firm shelled out $95 million earlier this month to acquire the land under a co-op building in Chelsea, public records show. E&M Associates paid  Read more

Visit Egg by Susan Lazar at 72 Jay Street for their semi-annual sale, which includes items from their Spring/Summer 2014 collection. Styles including graphic tees, silk cotton dresses, swimwear and  Read more

Image via J. Crew It’s been two years since we first heard chatter about J. Crew setting its sights on Williamsburg, and now we can finally put the speculation to  Read more

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