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It’s hard to imagine how an event called “BrunchCon” could devolve into a chaotic drunken mess. And yet, according to journalists who attended NYC’s debut BrunchCon this weekend, the whole  Read more

It’s hard to imagine how an event called “BrunchCon” could devolve into a chaotic drunken mess. An yet, according to journalists who attended NYC’s debut BrunchCon this weekend, the whole  Read more

Church Avenue Sessions

Thursday, April 13th, 7:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

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Church Avenue Sessions

Thursday, April 13th, 7:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

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UPDATED, March 27, 4:40 p.m.: Silvershore Properties is looking to part ways with roughly half of its New York City holdings. The NoMad-based landlord is asking north of $200 million  Read more

Silvershore Properties is looking to part ways with roughly half of its New York City holdings. The NoMad-based landlord is asking north of $200 million for 45 Brooklyn rental buildings,  Read more

Hi user, welcome to our site. We are working on a complete re-design of our website to provide you the best user experience possible. The world is changing and so  Read more

Hi user, welcome to our site. We are working on a complete re-design of our website to provide you the best user experience possible. The world is changing and so  Read more

Passionate Francophiles shouldn’t settle for Parisian-style bistros serving classic French fare. The growing numbers of French ex-pats in Brooklyn have made sampling France’s diverse regional cuisine more viable. But for  Read more

We’re sad to announce your last chance to get the famed disco fries at this 24-hour staple serving generations of Bensonhurst neighbors. The Vegas Diner, a hallmark of old-school Brooklyn  Read more

A former Brooklyn assistant district attorney has been indicted on federal charges that she used her office’s wiretapping resources to spy on a purported love interest, authorities announced Monday. Tara  Read more

A former Brooklyn assistant district attorney has been indicted on federal charges that she used her office’s wiretapping resources to spy on a purported love interest, authorities announced Monday. Tara  Read more

A resident of Carroll Gardens got quite a surprise when walking up to his car on Second Street yesterday.  Someone had strategically positioned nails around the tires of the vehicle  Read more

A resident of Carroll Gardens got quite a surprise when walking up to his car on Second Street yesterday.  Someone had strategically positioned nails around the tires of the vehicle  Read more

  A dispute between two men at the Red Hook Houses West at 80 Dwight Street escalated into a gun battle around 10pm on Friday night, according to NYPD. Both  Read more

An underground transformer fire is spewing smoke clouds up and down Argyle road this rainy morning, near the Cortelyou Public Library and P.S. 139. Firefighters were called to the address  Read more

After a trial run last spring, The Matzo Project is back with matzo and matzo chips in stores around the country. Look for their matzo ball soup mix soon. …  Read more

A 21-year-old East Williamsburg resident fell to his death from a fourth-floor apartment window early Saturday morning, according to the NYPD. Wyatt Tyler, who lived in the building, was pronounced  Read more

A 21-year-old East Williamsburg resident fell to his death from a fourth-floor apartment window early Saturday morning, according to the NYPD. Wyatt Tyler, who lived in the building, was pronounced  Read more

Trash everywhere, pregnant women pushed, and others left asking where to actually find brunch. Read more

As BKLYNER reported Saturday morning, there was a fire at bar/music venue Union Hall located at 702 Union Street (at 5th Avenue) just before midnight Friday night. FDNY received a  Read more

As BKLYNER reported Saturday morning, there was a fire at bar/music venue Union Hall located at 702 Union Street (at 5th Avenue) just before midnight Friday night. FDNY received a  Read more

The New York City Department of Home Services Press Secretary, Isaac McGinn, reached out to BKLYNER late Friday with additional information following the court-issued temporary block on the homeless shelter  Read more

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