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The changes around the Barclays Center, four years in, are still coming. In the Commercial Observer's 1/11/17, round-up, Landlord Michael Pintchik’s Big Plans for Retail on Brooklyn’s Flatbush Avenue, there's some  Read more

From "Think About Your Soul," a poem from Russian poet Roman Osminkin (translated by Keith Gessen), in a recent issue of N+1 magazine. It's about oligarchs, one of whom may  Read more

He interviewed the artist live on video while he was getting inked. Read more. Read more

They’ve taken a kids’ show and added a splash of violence! Read more. Read more

On Thursday afternoon, February 2, United States Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor will be at Founders Hall, St. Francis College, 180 Remsen Street, as part of the College’s Thomas J.  Read more

According to Alexandra Leon in DNA Info, the rash of burglaries in Brooklyn Heights that began in December has continued into January. Of the seven burglaries reported in the first  Read more

A group of teen girls pummeled a female straphanger in Brooklyn when she shook her head disapprovingly as they harassed an elderly woman, authorities said. The six girls were on  Read more

A group of teen girls pummeled a female straphanger in Brooklyn when she shook her head disapprovingly as they harassed an elderly woman, authorities said. The six girls were on  Read more

A deteriorated chimney caused a New Year’s Eve fire at famed novelist Martin Amis’ $4.6 million Brooklyn brownstone, according to the FDNY. Sixty firefighters and EMS workers responded to the  Read more

A deteriorated chimney caused a New Year’s Eve fire at famed novelist Martin Amis’ $4.6 million Brooklyn brownstone, according to the FDNY. Sixty firefighters and EMS workers responded to the  Read more

Disgraced ex-Congressman Vito Fossella has begun co-hosting a pro-Donald Trump talk show on cable TV in what some political observers say could be his first steps toward a political comeback.  Read more

The Brooklyn assistant principal caught on camera carousing at a boozy staff party barged into the football team’s changing room to film a coach whom administrators were trying to fire.  Read more

The Brooklyn assistant principal caught on camera carousing at a boozy staff party barged into the football team’s changing room to film a coach whom administrators were trying to fire.  Read more

One year after bowing to pressure from animal rights activists (and more) and removing elephants from its shows, the parent company of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus will  Read more

A 1/13/17 letter to the Times:Apparently those cheering and applauding during President-elect Donald Trump’s news conference were Trump supporters invited by the Trump team who presumed that rather than attending  Read more

A 1/13/17 letter to the Times:Apparently those cheering and applauding during President-elect Donald Trump’s news conference were Trump supporters invited by the Trump team who presumed that rather than attending  Read more

Brooklyn native Yair Shahak’s prayers have paid off. Shahak, 28, is the first New Yorker to snag the top prize at the International Adult Bible Contest in Jerusalem. The Orthodox  Read more

This week, our columnist schools you on this underground language. Read more. Read more

Three of New York’s congressional Democrats slapped back at the Twitter bombs lobbed by President-Elect Donald Trump at Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.). “Cowardly Donald Trump isn’t fit to polish hero  Read more

NYC lost its one its only modular home manufactures at the Brooklyn Navy Yard in 2016. Still, modular building is having a moment, especially with the city’s first wave of  Read more

Windsor Terrace Food Coop Members Meeting   Read more

There was a bit of a deja vu quality to Mayor Bill de Blasio's announcement on Thursday, presaged by a New York Times exclusive, touting a record number of affordable  Read more

There was a bit of a deja vu quality to Mayor Bill de Blasio's announcement on Thursday, presaged by a New York Times exclusive, touting a record number of affordable  Read more

The caption states that the top image indicates the "area where Pacific Park is being developed," though it omitsthe extant arena and towers; the caption also calls the rendering below a "completed  Read more

The caption states that the top image indicates the "area where Pacific Park is being developed," though it omitsthe extant arena and towers; the caption also calls the rendering below a "completed  Read more

The Department of Justice just joined a lawsuit accusing the Brooklyn Board of Elections of violating federal law. Read more. Read more

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Read more. Read more

Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks. Read more. Read more

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