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THE COMMUTE: Sheepshead Bay and Manhattan Beach are prominently featured in a new series of MTA public service announcements denouncing texting while walking, cycling, and riding the city’s buses. I  Read more

THE COMMUTE: Sheepshead Bay and Manhattan Beach are prominently featured in a new series of MTA public service announcements denouncing texting while walking, cycling, and riding the city’s buses. I  Read more

Interested in getting more of that Curbed life (read: beautiful homes and gorgeous design news) happening on your Facebook? Head on over to the Curbed National Facebook page to fix  Read more

Today we take a look back at the most hilariously bad, amazingly apathetic residential holiday lights to have ever existed. From peeing Santa to “Yikes” to the laziest of displays,  Read more

Screenshot via Vimeo In this heartwarming, gorgeously-animated short film called “Home Sweet Home,” a suburban house trapped in a terribly blighted neighborhood decides to shed its “for sale” sign once  Read more

I just noticed that Lola's Tapa Bar at 221 Smith Street near Butler Street has closed its doors.  I must admit that I have never eaten there, but was told by a  Read more

[Update below] Some of the most wonderful things in the world are too damn good to be true: free human-size hamster wheels, Balloon Boys, missing Park Slope tarantulas, etc. And  Read more

Beginning in 2015, New York will ban curbside disposal of certain electronic equipment, including computers, televisions, video game consoles, iPods, and more. Part of the New York State Electronic Equipment  Read more

The Columbia student who was critically injured after leaping from an eighth-floor dorm stripped off his clothes and climbed into a female student’s bed, then attacked a security guard before...  Read more

Photo via Arch Daily Architecture critic Martin Filler recently took a trip to France’s Chartres Cathedral, and was surprised to find the 800-year-old Gothic church in the throes of an  Read more

“Oh, Red Hook,” people say when the neighborhood comes up in conversation. “Red Hook is so cute, but it’s just so far.” They say it mournfully, as though they would  Read more

[caption id=”attachment_455404” align=”aligncenter” width=”570”] The Gershwin Hotel will now be named the Evelyn[/caption]

The Donald lashes out on Twitter over Durst’s management of 1 WTC. Gershwin Hotel to become the Evelyn.  Read more

Just a few of the #WreathWitherspoon I've seen on insta. @cbgrandy did you see this? A photo posted by Mindy Kaling (@mindykaling) on Dec 12, 2014 at 8:48pm PST It’s  Read more

At a press conference last night, NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton displayed screengrabs of six suspects seen tussling with police in video filmed on the Brooklyn Bridge during Saturday night’s Millions  Read more

Photo by Pieter Estersohn via Arch Digest · The best “wallet-draining housewares” of 2014. · Own a 1964 I.M. Pei townhouse for $975K. · Inspiring examples of bathroom fireplaces. ·  Read more

A 19-year-old student at Columbia University was hospitalized after apparently jumping from an eighth floor dormitory window last night. The student, identified as Brandon Marco, was found on third-floor scaffolding  Read more

Inside construction fence: ceremonial signage andview of existing row houses across Carlton AvenueNext year, a Chinese diplomat reminded onlookers at the ceremonial groundbreaking yesterday for the "all-affordable" 535 Carlton tower--launching  Read more

It’s not so easy to see, but this photo was shot a few months ago during a time of very low tide. Photo by Emilia Amos Morning Mug is our  Read more

Historic 12th and 13th century manuscripts relating to St. Francis of Assisi are going on display starting Dec. 17 at Brooklyn Borough Hall, according to the Brooklyn Eagle."Friar Francis: Traces,  Read more

The one-legged Brooklyn Nets super fan ejected from a game for allegedly whacking people with his prosthetic leg killed himself because he was tormented with nightmares from the incident, a...  Read more

Brooklyn One man was killed and two others wounded when a gunman opened fire outside an East Flatbush event hall early Monday, police said. Quaron Isaacs, 20, was caught in...  Read more

A Columbia University student was hospitalized Monday night after jumping from an eighth-floor window in his dorm building, cops said. The 19-year-old man had been acting “erratically” before he walked...  Read more

Video Credit: Chris Nooney The attack by Brooklyn Bridge protesters on two NYPD lieutenants — referred to as “alleged” by Mayor de Blasio — was captured in a dramatic  Read more

A construction site on the border between the Williamsburg and Greenpoint sections of Brooklyn has been stalled for about 10 years. Read more

The Brooklyn literary scene is circling the wagons around one of its own, the Crown Heights poet and professor accused of trying to attack police on the Brooklyn Bridge during  Read more

One of the Nets’ most recognizable fans is gone. Read more. Read more

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UPDATE: See the exclusive renderings for the building the new owners have planned for this space. El Greco Diner is bustling with nostalgic patrons since news of its impending closure  Read more

Watch a 91-year-old Italian grandma cook with weed: http://t.co/oSZl38NzPj pic.twitter.com/rKACEGmJ8UGod bless grandma!— New York Magazine (@NYMag) December 16, 2014- Brooklyn judge clears man of firing into crowd — despite testimony  Read more

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