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Photos by Daici Ano via Morfae Tokyo is now home to the world’s most calming, minimalist chocolate shop. Created by the Japanese designer Nendo, the new outpost of the Belgium-based  Read more

A beautifully preserved 1830s steam train is thought to be lurking under a busy thoroughfare in one of the posher parts of Brooklyn. But in 1861, it was sealed up,  Read more

A beautifully preserved 1830s steam train is thought to be lurking under a busy thoroughfare in one of the posher parts of Brooklyn. But in 1861, it was sealed up,  Read more

The Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) is open to revisiting the idea of making the Riegelmann Boardwalk a scenic landmark, reports the New York Daily News. Last year, the LPC rejected  Read more

This Saturday, March 28, 2015, stop by the Brooklyn Workshop Gallery at 393 Hoyt Street to meet local artist Regina Perlin. The gallery will feature many of Regina's recent  Read more

Are you relatively new to this bustling metropolis? Don’t be shy about it, everyone was new to New York once upon a time, except, of course, those battle-hardened residents who’ve  Read more

In case you’ve ever wanted to see what it’s like inside a notorious gangster’s home, you will be happy to learn that the interiors of Al Capone’s 1922 Mediterranean Revival  Read more

When Ludwig Mies van der Rohe left his native Germany for Chicago in 1938, the world of modern architecture was forever changed. Mies left the influential Bauhaus school to take  Read more

Ever since childhood–perhaps going back as far back as Blimpie’s and Arby’s–I’ve loved roast beef sandwiches, plain and simple: that... Read More… Read More

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Detroit-based watchmaker Shinola will be opening a store in the Empire Stores in the Fulton Ferry Historic District, according to a Crain’s article. Shinola will be leasing 5,000 square feet  Read more

Cops are looking for a man who beat and attempted to rape a woman after following her into her Williamsburg apartment building. Read more. Read more

We’ve rounded up some of the more interesting open houses happening in and around Sheepshead Bay this weekend. Any thoughts on these places? 1801 Ocean Avenue #2D List Price: $229,000,  Read more

Kiley Garden in Tampa, FL—Photo by Maria Bevilacqua and Frederick Pirone, 2013, courtesy The Cultural Landscape Foundation In a career spanning much of the 20th century, late American landscape architect  Read more

The L train is about to go into hibernation, with upcoming service changes that’ll suspend service between Brooklyn and Manhattan for a total of five weekends starting next month. And  Read more

     This month Brooklyn Bridge Park is turning 5 years old, which seems so young considering all of the changes that have taken place over the 85-acres during that time.  Read more

Quell your fangirl squeals: here is the Mies van der Rohe post-punk song that no one ever asked for, but that the internet gave us anyway. Brought to our attention  Read more

Photos via Sometimes Interesting Tristan da Cunha is the most isolated inhabited island in the world. Located 1,750 miles southwest of the southern tip of Africa in the South Atlantic  Read more

CompStat reports are produced by the New York Police Department on a weekly basis. We summarize the week’s statistics for the 61st Precinct reports every Friday. The 61st Precinct is  Read more

Yesterday as I was spreading cream cheese on the 100th plain bagel of the month, I started to lecture Nate... Read More… Read More

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With steel and glass, German-born architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe helped define modern architecture by using a “less is more” approach. He single-handedly pioneered Chicago’s second generation of architects  Read more

“The appointment of Mies van der Rohe is in line with the current expansion program of the institute and is one of the first important steps in making the architectural  Read more

“The appointment of Mies van der Rohe is in line with the current expansion program of the institute and is one of the first important steps in making the architectural  Read more

Today is the 129th birthday of Mies van der Rohe, the great 20th century architect whose pioneering work with glass and steel helped define modern architecture as we know it.  Read more

Today is the 129th birthday of Mies van der Rohe, the great 20th century architect whose pioneering work with glass and steel helped define modern architecture as we know it.  Read more

In late February, a very run-down four-bedroom house in San Francisco’s Outer Sunset neighborhood listed for $799,000. The listing warned that the property was “in a deteriorative state” and that  Read more

In late February, a very run-down four-bedroom house in San Francisco’s Outer Sunset neighborhood listed for $799,000. The listing warned that the property was “in a deteriorative state” and that  Read more

Renderings via Hechingen Studio For the latest in strange and innovative shipping container projects, architect James Whitaker designed a cluster of shipping containers arranged so that sunlight passes through the  Read more

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