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Current reader favorites: 1. What a Chinese developer’s default means for New York 2. SL Green signs on Bloomberg, WeWork 3. Park Slope’s Pavilion Theater to go resi 4. Views  Read more

Brooklyn Bridge Park Boathouse, a 501c3 non-profit has announced their public schedule for the 2015 season, as well their push to recruit new volunteers. The boathouse will open on June  Read more

A bit of irony, as the greatest supplier of energy in our Solar System peaks over the roof of Great Eastern Energy. Photo by Lisa Willner Morning Mug is our  Read more

A Brooklyn judge ordered the corporate lawyer accused of poisoning his movie producer ex to stay away from her, in a tense court proceeding Thursday. “Stay far away from Galt...  Read more

They are still alive and kicking — even if their hospital is not. Read more. Read more

Our drinking illustrator visits new Court Street wine bar June. Read more. Read more

Doors open at 6:30 PM and the first race begins at 7 PM on Friday, June 5, at the Bay Ridge Center's "A Night at the Races" fundraiser to support  Read more

A two-alarm fire broke out this morning in the basement of the house at 276

Windsor Place (between 11th Avenue and Terrace Place). The house is currently undergoing renovation. The  Read more

The story seems plausible. The number that comes up on the caller ID could belong to the Internal Revenue Service or National Grid. The caller could, as he claims, be  Read more

All photos courtesy of The Herald Sun Melbourne, Australia’s The Herald Sun is reporting that a beachside home once rented by Ricky Martin (he of “Livin’ La Vida Loca” super-fame)  Read more

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- In his bid to replace Michael Grimm in Congress, Brooklyn Councilman Vincent Gentile's campaign has raised $195,724, about one-third of what his Republican opponent, District Attorney  Read more

From 11 AM to 3 PM on Saturday, June 6, the Vietnam Veterans of America, Thomas C. Coughlin Memorial Chapter 72, will host a Fundraiser Party to support wounded, hospitalized  Read more

Hidrock Realty’s decision to move ahead with turning the famed Pavilion Theater in Park Slope into a residential building, despite assurances that it would not do so, is based on  Read more

Photo by Luke Yeung via Dezeen Over in the fishing village of Bang Saray, Thailand, a Swiss family has found their own tropical paradise in the form of a simple,  Read more

We have helicopters. We have Brooklyn Bridge renovation work. We have kids going to and from Brooklyn Bridge Park. What we don’t have–count your blessings–are neighbors who disturb our peace  Read more

District 21 families have a strong message for charter schools: Stay away! Though it was a school night, more than 75 parents and teachers rallied outside I.S. 288 David A.  Read more

Red Hook is a wonderful, vibrant neighborhood whose charm is comprised of some ineffable blend of industrial grit, vibrant street art and stunning urban nature—flowering vines creeping up the sides  Read more

Brookline-based artist Janet Echelman just released renderings of her one-ton sculpture that will appear to float 365 feet in the air above Boston’s Rose Kennedy Greenway next month. The sculpture  Read more

New York has more people than its subway cars can fit these days. But while the population’s multiplying faster than those gerbils your mother made you give away in second  Read more

The NYPD says a female F train passenger was subjected to the disgusting behavior of a frottager/flasher in Brooklyn—and she took photographs of him. [ more › ] Read more

Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day? Get thee to the tipline and send us your suggestions. We’d love to  Read more

Griffith and Banderas via Everett Collection / Shutterstock. Estates photo by Simon Berlyn. Soon-to-be-divorced couple Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas have put their 15,000-square-foot, 13-bedroom estate in Los Angeles’s Hancock  Read more

1. Equinox to open health-conscious hotel at Hudson Yards 2. Park Slope’s Pavilion Theater to go resi 3. Step inside NYC’s new Baccarat Hotel: PHOTOS Like The Real Deal on  Read more

When the cutting-edge Bullitt Center opened in Seattle two years ago, it drew praise for its radical commitment to sustainability, as well as skepticism over the real-world economics of a  Read more

Happy news! There are no Sheepshead Bay subway changes over the weekend on the B, Q, or F lines in Brooklyn. If you missed them, though, you can see weekday  Read more

Red Hook is celebrating Earth Day on Saturday, April 25th with a community clean-up and with a fair.The clean-up starts at 11 o'clock in front of the library at 7  Read more

(photo credit: Linda DarlingThis amazing photo was taken last evening at about 6:30 pm after a rainstorm by local resident Linda Darling, who took it from the third floor of  Read more

One day in the near future, Vice Media will take over a block in Williamsburg, Brooklyn that once held, among other establishments, Glasslands and 285 Kent, two venues that helped  Read more

One day in the near future, Vice Media will take over a block in Williamsburg, Brooklyn that once held, among other establishments, Glasslands and 285 Kent, two venues that helped  Read more

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