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DNA Info reports that on Sunday afternoon two sisters, Teresa and Rebecca Lo, planning to catch an R train at the Court Street station, went to catch an elevator down  Read more

Legislation introduced by Assemblywoman Helene Weinstein to address so-called “zombie homes” — abandoned and foreclosed properties — was signed into law last week. The bill, passed as part of the  Read more

Legislation introduced by Assemblywoman Helene Weinstein to address so-called “zombie homes” — abandoned and foreclosed properties — was signed into law last week. The bill, passed as part of the  Read more

A teenage girl wearing a T-shirt that reads “There will be drama” was struck by a subway train at a Brooklyn station this afternoon despite the efforts of bystanders who  Read more

A teenage girl wearing a T-shirt that reads “There will be drama” was struck by a subway train at a Brooklyn station this afternoon despite the efforts of bystanders who  Read more

There were a number of witnesses when Taj Patterson was attacked by a group of ultra-Orthodox men who yelled homophobic slurs and left him blind in one eye, but it  Read more

There were a number of witnesses when Taj Patterson was attacked by a group of ultra-Orthodox men who yelled homophobic slurs and left him blind in one eye, but it  Read more

Live Irish Music

Thursday, June 30th, 8:00 p.m. to 11:00-ish p.m.

If you enjoy the sometimes lively, sometimes sweet sounds of Irish music, go to Shenanigans Pub this Thursday night. And if  Read more

Earlier this year a friend and I spotted a bill with Andrew Jackson’s crumpled face staring up at us from the floor of a club. Our night had been made.  Read more

Looking to boogie down at your local park this summer? Senator Marty Golden has announced the lineup for his free summer concert series. The musical acts offer a little something  Read more

For those of you who hoped news of the impending L train shutdown would drive out all the rich people so Williamsburg can dedouchefy, there’s good news and there’s bad  Read more

It has been over six months since an unlicensed driver jumped a curb in Fort Greene and killed 30-year-old Victoria Nicodemus, and it was starting to seem that the driver,  Read more

It has been over six months since an unlicensed driver jumped a curb in Fort Greene and killed 30-year-old Victoria Nicodemus, and it was starting to seem that the driver,  Read more

Come hang with the staff of Corner Media Group and celebrate Seinfeld at the Brooklyn Cyclones game this weekend. At the Saturday, July 2 Salute to Seinfeld III “Make Kramerica  Read more

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