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Photo: Driely S. for Racked Local SantaCon considers Bushwick, then is all like, ‘nah’ East Village women’s boutique will close due to rent hike Cupcake-shaped soaps are coming for Bedford  Read more

The Howard Hughes Corporation has scaled back its plans for a residential tower just south of the Brooklyn Bridge that has been met with opposition from the local community who  Read more

Hark the herald angels sing: SantaCon is no longer coming to (Jeff)town. [ more › ] Read more

Photo via Contemporist · Top fashion designers’ takes on home decor. · Updated midcentury modern asks $529K. · Squaw Valley pioneers’ legendary home asks $15M. · Turning architecture into abstract  Read more

Photo via Contemporist · Top fashion designers’ takes on home decor. · Updated midcentury modern asks $529K. · Squaw Valley pioneers’ legendary home asks $15M. · Turning architecture into abstract  Read more

Brooklyn-based developer Madison Estates and JMH Development bought the city’s oldest independent movie theater for $7.5 million. The iconic Brooklyn Heights Cinema — a two-screen, two-story movie theater at 70  Read more

Brooklyn-based developer Madison Estates and JMH Development bought the city’s oldest independent movie theater for $7.5 million. The iconic Brooklyn Heights Cinema — a two-screen, two-story movie theater at 70  Read more

Last night's Atlantic Yards Quality of Life meeting, held at Brooklyn Hospital near Downtown Brooklyn, contained an update on several issues, including modular construction, but the biggest issues for the  Read more

At last night's Atlantic Yards Quality of Life meeting, held at Brooklyn Hospital near Downtown Brooklyn, Forest City Ratner noted they have now taken control of the modular factory from  Read more

From Capital Real Estate newsletter (emphases added), the unsurprising news that the two top Forest City Ratner executives, whose Barclays Center would host the 2016 Democratic National Convention, are on  Read more

Photo by Randy Contello | RandyCPhotography Morning Mug is our daily showcase of photographs from our readers. If you have a photograph that you’d like to see featured, send it  Read more

Photo by Randy Contello | RandyCPhotography Morning Mug is our daily showcase of photographs from our readers. If you have a photograph that you’d like to see featured, send it  Read more

Just posted yesterday by Empire State Development is a job opening for a new position: Director, Atlantic Yards Community Development Corporation. The pay is from $70,000 to $75,000 annually--approximately the  Read more

A Brooklyn federal judge whose late dad was a mailman blasted a former postal worker Wednesday for stealing pot from packages and selling it off through a drug dealer. “I...  Read more

An apartment in the Brooklyn building where a blaze killed a tenant and injured 16 others had been illegally divided into cramped, dangerous living spaces, FDNY sources said. The fire,...  Read more

- Meeting about overcrowding at P.S. 8 in Brooklyn Heights, tonight, Nov. 20, Plymouth Church. [Brooklyn Eagle]- Why the plastic shopping bag tax is a bad idea. [Bag the Tax]   Read more

SantaCon 2011 at Grand Central. Photo* by MK MetzThe days of SantaCon being a kooky counterculture send up of the Santa concept are waaaay over.Organizers for the annual costumed pub  Read more

Black coal came early for SantaCon, the neighborhood’s councilman announced last night. Read more. Read more

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is throwing a celebration on Staten Island at 10:30 am on Nov. 21, but Brooklynites can catch some of the action from Bay Ridge’s golden shores.  Read more

On the eve of the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge’s 50th anniversary, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is considering the 16th toll hike on the span to help close a budget gap. Read more.  Read more

It is actually a real thing that happens. Just not very often. Read more. Read more

PowerPoint presentations usually drive people to drink, not the other way around. Read more. Read more

Brooklyn’s home team’s visit to the realm of Snoop Dogg and Jeff Spicoli left the players dazed and confused. Read more. Read more

Three-dimensional printers, a woodshop, and “Dubstep Dinosaurs” are just some of the items kicking around in the old pharmaceutical building. Read more. Read more

This week, Stephanie talks sex with her tween. Read more. Read more

The woman who died, apparently of a heart attack, in a Brooklyn hair salon had recently come to the United States from Guinea. Read more

On Friday evening, November 21, starting at 6:30, the Brooklyn Historical Society will present “The Impressionist in the Boathouse: How Artist Mary Rogers Williams Vanished From Art History Until 2014,”  Read more

According to a BHB reader, the middle elevator at the Clark Street subway station is now operational. It’s been out for a while and for a time it felt like  Read more

The crush is on for North Heights residents this weekend. Like last weekend, from 11:30 p.m. Friday, November 21 to 5:00 a.m. Monday, November 24 there will be no 2  Read more

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