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A Brooklyn judge and an outburst-prone accused killer got into yet another skirmish during his triple murder trial Monday. Despite his many previous warnings that Salvatore Perrone, on trial in  Read more

A Brooklyn judge and an outburst-prone accused killer got into yet another skirmish during his triple murder trial Monday. Despite his many previous warnings that Salvatore Perrone, on trial in  Read more

Rookie NYPD officer Peter Liang, who is charged with manslaughter and official misconduct in the November 2014 shooting death of Akai Gurley, testified in his own defense on Monday. “His  Read more

Rookie NYPD officer Peter Liang, who is charged with manslaughter and official misconduct in the November 2014 shooting death of Akai Gurley, testified in his own defense on Monday. “His  Read more

In a statement released this evening, City Council Member Vinnie Gentile mourned the passing of Bay Ridge civic activist Larry Morrish, extending condolences to his wife, Phillipa, family and friends.

Morrish,  Read more

In a statement released this evening, City Council Member Vinnie Gentile mourned the passing of Bay Ridge civic activist Larry Morrish, extending condolences to his wife, Phillipa, family and friends.

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Modular manufacturer Capsys may be shutting down its Brooklyn factory, but the company’s name will live on. Pennsylvania-based modular firm Whitley Manufacturing is buying Capsys and will keep using the  Read more

Lots to do in southern Brooklyn this week. Check out the Lunar New Year festivities at David A. Boody Junior High School. The Parks Department is also taking ideas for  Read more

Set in the woods about three hours west of London, the Yurt Retreat offers simple, quaint lodging to visitors looking to capitalize on the regions’ abundant outdoors and wildlife adventures.  Read more

When you hear the phrase “world’s largest crochet blanket” you probably imagine a blanket this is very, very large. But we bet we didn’t imagine a blanket as large as  Read more

[caption id=”attachment_773984” align=”aligncenter” width=”570”] 837 11th Avenue in Hell’s Kitchen, John Catsimatidis and 50 Orange Street in Brooklyn Heights[/caption]

Last week in the $10-to-$20 million investment sales market, the Feil Organization  Read more

As a result of a bill introduced last month to up the budgets of nine Business Improvement Districts citywide, City Council Member Vinnie Gentile has announced an annual funding increase  Read more

During his State of the City Address last week, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced his proposal for a San Fransisco-style streetcar system that would run between Astoria and Sunset Park.  Read more

Photos: Nick Fochtman New York transplants Mandy and Kevin looked for a place in Chicago for nine long months before immediately falling in love with this three bedroom, three bathroom  Read more

There are quite a few notable elements of this thoroughly ridiculous $13.75 million Dallas mansion, but the thing that first caught our eye is the bed hanging from the (enormously  Read more

Elected officials slammed the mayor’s plan to build a fancy streetcar along the East River waterfront as further proof the city is willfully neglecting the transportation needs of southern Brooklyn  Read more

All photos by Brian W. Ferry via Dwell The interesting thing about this upstate New York retreat extends way past its trendy, broodingly dark exteriors. Developed over three and a  Read more

Photos by Jovian Lim via Dezeen. There’s something about pink restaurants: London restaurant Sketch opened a couple years ago in an 18th-century townhouse to much fanfare. Now comes Odette, an  Read more

Just kidding. This trump stump is no longer attached to ground, but it is attached to the other half of the very attractive table of which it is now a  Read more

Theater 2020, Brooklyn Heights’ own, award winning professional stage company, will present Stephen Sondheim’s Broadway classic A Little Night Music over the next four weekends at the McKinney Chapel of  Read more

  The Noma co-founder Claus Meyer and his crack baking team will be previewing his Williamsburg bakery every Saturday until they open for real in late May. [ more ›  Read more

If, over the past weekend, you found yourself ruminating on the mysteries of life as you strolled down Bedford Avenue, your existential contemplation may have been interrupted by a massive  Read more

Did you know Sunset Park, the off-the-condo’d-path land of beef tongue and dim sum, is getting condos from major Manhattan developer Time Equities? Or that South Brooklyn neighborhoods had four  Read more

City Councilman Chaim Deutsch is urging federal and state agencies to pick up the pace on planned resiliency measures after an unusually strong high tide flooded parts of Manhattan Beach  Read more

Brooklyn-based performance artist Niv Acosta says that Spa Castle employees barred him from the locker rooms and nude bathing areas at its Queens location on Sunday afternoon because he is  Read more

It’s not very often that we find a remodeled Victorian that we love, but the reimagined four-bedroom home at 2612 California Street fits the bill. The home has been transformed  Read more

It’s not very often that we find a remodeled Victorian that we love, but the reimagined four-bedroom home at 2612 California Street fits the bill. The home has been transformed  Read more

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