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The display will again be on the East River, but with a northern expansion reaching up to 37th Street. Read more

The owner of a new bar located on the shore of Transmitter Park says he’s going to open soon even though he doesn’t have a liquor licence. Read more. Read more

Punk, jazz, hip-hop, country, dance music — it’s all here. Read more. Read more

This circus won’t be in tents — but it will be intense. Read more. Read more

This week, our fearless mom remembers that she shouldn’t panic. Read more. Read more

In what anti-nuclear advocates called a "historic moment" in the movement to close the Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant, the New York City Council, according to the Nuclear Information and  Read more

Forest City Ratner may be famous for betting big on Brooklyn, but its CEO MaryAnne Gilmartin isn’t as bullish on the borough as she used to be. “Brooklyn might be  Read more

Photo by Peter Bennetts via ArchDaily On many days, it feels like every family in suburban Australia is renovating their house, or more specifically, commissioning a stellar backyard addition that  Read more

Architecture/design company concrete has created a “compact loft hotel room” called Zoku, and while it’s not the most incredible feat of micro-unit engineering we’ve ever seen (it basically comes down  Read more

Photo of the Pool Room at the Four Seasons Restaurant by Juan Monroy/Creative Commons While New York’s Landmarks Preservation Commission debated the extent to which architect Annabelle Selldorf could modify  Read more

Photo: Electrolysis / Shutterstock.com Could New Orleans contain Kimye? Probably not, both in terms of square-footage and metaphysical space: New Orleans might literally sink under the weight of Kanye West  Read more

All photos courtesy of Design Within Reach Though the redbrick Terminal Stores depot in Manhattan’s fringe West Chelsea neighborhood buzzed and echoed with the sounds of the Wanted Design showcase,  Read more

Senator Diane Savino is cracking down on sleezy straphangers. The senator passed her “subway grinder” bill today which creates a felony charge for anyone who sexually assault commuters on public  Read more

Two artists have built a test kitchen in a Williamsburg gallery, where you can create food for an expedition to Mars. Read more. Read more

Five comedians, an author, and a member of Devo walk into a bar… Read more. Read more

Raj Bhagia’s RJ Hospitality is asking $37 million for the city’s first TownePlace Suites, which it is developing in Gowanus, The Real Deal has learned. ... [more] Read more

It’s a dilemma: the weather is gorgeous, making you loath to go indoors, but you want to hit a spot... Read More… Read More

The post Party on Output’s Roof this  Read more

Saks Fifth Avenue is set to enter the outer boroughs with the opening of an outlet store in Brooklyn’s Sunset Park. The department store has signed a letter of intent  Read more

Like many other major cosmopolitan cities throughout the country, Chicago boasts an impressive inventory of public art. And while the city is known for having harsh winter weather, tourists flock  Read more

Throughout the Memorial Day weekend, from 11:45 p.m. Friday, May 22 to 5:00 a.m. Tuesday, May 26, Brooklyn Bound F trains will be diverted to the A/C line from Canal  Read more

A parent chaperone punched a seventh-grade girl during a choral concert at MS 51 in Park Slope on Friday night, and school administrators let the woman leave without calling the  Read more

All images by Iglu Media The long-awaited announcement that e.1027, the legendary modernist villa in France created by Irish designer and architect Eileen Gray, has been restored and reopened means  Read more

You’ve scrambled all over Chelsea Piers like a mountain goat on four hits of espresso. You’ve conquered every bit of the epic Brooklyn Boulders. You’ve even taken it outside and  Read more

Once one makes the decision to cover the floor of one’s Parisian apartment with red velvet carpeting, it must be hard to know where to stop. The red velvet just  Read more

A new seven-story condominium development, dubbed The Wave, is nearing completion at 104 West End Avenue, and units are now hitting the market for as much as $1.6 million. The  Read more

The LA Business Journal’s annual list of the Wealthiest Angelenos includes a diverse mix of richies made rich by entertainment, finance, and real estate, but there are lots of young  Read more

The LA Business Journal’s annual list of the Wealthiest Angelenos includes a diverse mix of richies made rich by entertainment, finance, and real estate, but there are lots of young  Read more

Buyer Chaim Miller and seller Silverstein Properties have smoked the peace pipe, and are making progress on the $138 million deal for the Beekman Tower at 3 Mitchell Place. In  Read more

Buyer Chaim Miller and seller Silverstein Properties have smoked the peace pipe, and are making progress on the $138 million deal for the Beekman Tower at 3 Mitchell Place. In  Read more

Another one of notorious preacher Devernon LeGrand’s 47 children has sued the city for harassment stemming from a 2013 raid on the murderous minister’s Brooklyn home. Relatives of the deceased...  Read more

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