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Photo courtesy of The Moth Maybe this is what we need right now:Dr. George V. Lombardi, MD, a nationally known infectious disease specialist and the man credited with saving Mother Teresa’s  Read more

Photo courtesy of The Moth Maybe this is what we need right now:Dr. George V. Lombardi, MD, a nationally known infectious disease specialist and the man credited with saving Mother Teresa’s  Read more

A Brooklyn duo died in an apparent suicide pact Monday, alongside cyanide — and pamphlets about how to “kill yourself,” police sources said. The bodies of the 44-year-old woman and...  Read more

A dump-truck driver struck and killed an elderly woman near the Barclays Center on Monday afternoon, cops and FDNY officials said. Read more. Read more

Police arrested a homeless man they believe defaced the 9-11 memorial at MCU Park with white paint on Oct. 17. Read more. Read more

Newly released video appears to deflate the claim of Pro-Palestinian activists who said Kings Bay Y director Leonard Petlakh, above, led a “gang of thugs” in an attack on a  Read more

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According to an email blast today From Neighborhood Cats, someone brought the spayed, ear-tipped feral cat in the photo at right to Brooklyn Animal Care and Control, where  Read more

Today, the New York State Board of Regents approved new regulations, applicable to current high school seniors, that will change the State's high school graduation requirements.

Where high school students once  Read more

Today, the New York State Board of Regents approved new regulations, applicable to current high school seniors, that will change the State's high school graduation requirements.

Where high school students once  Read more

Ebola viruses. Photo: NIAIDBrooklyn Borough President Eric Adams is sponsoring a town hall on Ebola and Enterovirus D68 on Wednesday, Oct. 22 at 6 p.m. in the courtroom of Brooklyn  Read more

Jeida Torres, FacebookBrooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson said on Monday that Kelsey Smith, 20, will be charged with second-degree murder and other charges in the brutal death of three-year-old Jeida  Read more

A Brooklyn judge ordered a psych evaluation Monday for a man accused of vandalizing a 9/11 memorial in Coney Island. Elliot Baez, 58, was charged with criminal mischief and graffiti...  Read more

A Brooklyn judge ordered a psych evaluation Monday for a man accused of vandalizing a 9/11 memorial in Coney Island. Elliot Baez, 58, was charged with criminal mischief and graffiti...  Read more

Image via Matthew Monteith/Dwell After getting their hands on this 99-year-old house on one of Canada’s rugged Magdalen Islands, a Quebeçois couple recruited the innovative cottage experts at YH2 Architects  Read more

An elderly woman was killed after being hit by a dump truck at the intersection of Atlantic Avenue and Flatbush earlier this afternoon. According to an FDNY spokesperson, the collision  Read more

[caption id=”attachment_436956” align=”aligncenter” width=”570”] Rendering of 36 Central Park South[/caption]

Lady Gaga grabs Malibu, Calif., mansion for $23 million. Thor pays $18 million for pair of Williamsburg buildings. John C. Kelley  Read more

The Conjuring—Artwork by Candice Tripp via Flavorwire In what’s perhaps the most pretty celebration of “horror month,” artist Candice Tripp has been painting a bunch of haunted houses from popular  Read more

The NYPD has arrested more New Yorkers for low-level marijuana offenses in the past six months than they did over the same time period last year. Petty marijuana arrests were  Read more

The original Domino Sugar Factory is officially making way for Two Trees’ Domino megaproject. Construction is scheduled to continue for the coming decade as the massive $2 billion plan for  Read more

Update (5:30pm): A police source has confirmed to Sheepshead Bites that two people were found dead at the apartment building. Additionally, a suspicious substance believed to be cyanide was found  Read more

Oregon’s Wapato jail. Photo via KMD Architects U.S. incarceration rates have been declining for the last few years. One unanticipated consequence of this very happy development is an excess of  Read more

A 17,000-square-foot historic mansion dating to the 1920s has hit the market in Miami for $65M, making it the city’s priciest listing. Naturally, it’s represented by same real estate agent  Read more

Photo by Robert Ipcar via ESKW/A This month, Judith Edelman, esteemed American architect and a crusader for women in architecture, died at 91. Edelman, born in Brooklyn in 1923, was  Read more

Photo by Robert Ipcar via ESKW/A This month, Judith Edelman, esteemed American architect and a crusader for women in architecture, died at 91. Edelman, born in Brooklyn in 1923, was  Read more

Brooklyn congregations desperate for a financial boost are now tapping into the local real estate market as a sort of saving grace. Cash-strapped houses of worship, which are facing shrinking  Read more

Brooklyn congregations desperate for a financial boost are now tapping into the local real estate market as a sort of saving grace. Cash-strapped houses of worship, which are facing shrinking  Read more

Police have arrested Elliot Baez, a homeless man they say is responsible for vandalizing the September 11 Wall of Remembrance in Coney Island on Friday. A surveillance camera caught a  Read more

“It’s going to be organic architecture,” said George Lucas last week, speaking to Charlie Rose about Chicago’s upcoming Lucas Museum of Narrative Art. “It’s going to look like it’s a  Read more

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