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Results 181–210 of 2018.

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Plus more relentless crime from Fort Greene and Clinton Hill’s 88th Precinct. Read more. Read more

In an email blast today, upstart progressive Democrat Zephyr Teachout, who, as of July 8, had reportedly collected about 45,000 signatures in her bid to get on the ballot for  Read more

Photos by Laura Kicey The largest surviving Gilded Age mansion in the Philly area hit the market yesterday asking $20M without a single interior photo to the listing. Which is  Read more

Curbed reports today on the saga of 114 Clinton Street. The one story art moderne building’s owner wants to convert it (meaning knock it down while saving some  Read more

Tonight marks the opening of the 2014 Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival, which has grown from what was once a single-day party in a Williamsburg parking lot into a massive event that  Read more

Photo via Arch Daily It isn’t all that obvious at first glance, but this boxy, ultra-modern family home in Launceston, Australia was a site specific project, designed by Australian architect  Read more

Plus all the other crime from Brooklyn Heights and Downtown’s 84th Precinct blotter. Read more. Read more

Plus a smattering of other crimes from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Read more. Read more

Renderings for an 89-story, $900M skyscraper going up in Chicago have local architecture buffs wondering if starchitect Jeanne Gang may be about to beat her own record for tallest building  Read more

Begin the poutine. Just in time for the hottest part of July comes a six-day poutine gauntlet thrown down by Noah Bernamoff and his kitchen crews at Mile End Brooklyn  Read more

Though Curbed Philly astutely pegs this $1.195M market newcomer as the design aftermath of Prince moving in with Liberace, the listing photos show interiors that are somehow—against all odds—even more  Read more

Brooklyn Heights has no shortage of yoga studios, and now YogaWorks is joining the mix. Opening this Saturday in Brooklyn Heights Plaza, alongside the borough’s first Sephora and the soon-to-open  Read more

Williamsburg-based development firm ASH NYC, led by Jonathan Minkoff and Ari Heckman, is looking to construct a 70,000-square-foot mixed-use building in Bushwick. The property would be converted from an old  Read more

Donald H. Rumsfeld, the Secretary of Defense under the George W. Bush administration, just listed the seven-bedroom D.C. home he bought shortly after getting the gig in 2001. All 5,000  Read more

Behind their glassy, security-protected doors, celebrities seem to hide not just massive mansions, heaps of awards, and tiny lap dogs, but also amenities crazy enough to suggest they’ve just plain  Read more

Newton and Diamond are also relaunching the Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s dining program. Take note of a restaurant switcheroo: Kerry Diamond and Rob Newton are relocating Nightingale 9 to the Seersucker  Read more

The Otte pop-up shop at 193 Bedford Ave is closing its doors on Monday July 21st, and staff is clearing out the stock by offering up to 90% off merchandise  Read more


Hate painted over.

From Kim, a Kensington neighbor:

a call for awareness and an end to hate graffiti

Personally as a Muslim American, I have lived peacefully in

Kensington for over 3  Read more

It was just about six years ago that Jeff and Alice Speck celebrated the completion of their new home, a contemporary spread described in the September 2008 issue of The  Read more

Coney Island Hospital (2601 Ocean Parkway) nabbed Healthgrades 2014 Maternity Care Excellence Award, marking the third consecutive year it has been recongized as one of the best hospitals for mothers  Read more

It took a disgusted Brooklyn jury just 20 minutes of deliberation Wednesday to find a New Jersey man guilty for duping a 15-year-old girl into thinking she had signed a...  Read more

A manse once owned by Quaker Oats founder James Douglas just hit the market in Chicago for $2.59M, while over in Staten Island, N.Y., an estate formerly inhabited by Gustave  Read more

Say hello to a vendor that combines Goa-inspired parathas and the Mexican form of the taco. Brooklyn Flea co-founder Eric Demby says that the company’s long-awaited beer hall spinoff Berg’n  Read more

Several months ago, Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson announced his plan to stop prosecuting small-time pot possession arrests, and this week, he’ll begin to carry it out, effectively enacting  Read more

Photo credit: Enid Alvarez/New York Daily NewsThis just in from a FIPS reader:

I was walking my dog through the Nethermead [last night] after 9PM, when they have off leash dog hours,  Read more

Holly Howard is our go-to business consultant. She’s helped countless small businesses in Brooklyn and beyond (including us here at Brooklyn Based) with her expertise and know-how. This summer, in  Read more

Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day? Get thee to the tipline and send us your suggestions. We’d love to  Read more

Big ups to Brennan & Carr, featured this week in Eater NY’s roundup of New York City’s 21 most iconic meat dishes. The 3424 Nostrand Avenue business has been serving  Read more

Curbed Ski would like to direct your attention to a $7.8M Montana mansion with a lounge in the garage that looks like it belongs in a (ski lodge-themed) nightclub. Other  Read more

Welcome to our photo series Eater Scenes, where Eater photographer Daniel Krieger visits some of the city’s great restaurants to capture them at a certain, and very specific, point in  Read more

Results 181–210 of 2018.

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