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When it rains, street fair attendees go indoors. Read more. Read more

Lena Dunham’s upcoming book tour, for her highly-anticipated memoir Not That Kind of Girl, quickly sold out in July. If you didn’t nab a ticket then, and have nearly  Read more

Lena Dunham’s upcoming book tour, for her highly-anticipated memoir Not That Kind of Girl, quickly sold out in July. If you didn’t nab a ticket then (and have nearly  Read more

At 7 PM on Thursday, October 2, the Lock Yard, at 9221 5th Avenue in Bay Ridge, will host a campaign fundraiser for Democrat Domenic Recchia, challenging incumbent Conservative-Republican Congressional  Read more

If Vogue is calling Bushwick the 7th coolest neighborhood in the world, then of course lots of newcomers are going to look for apartments. But as real estate prices rise  Read more

Photo via My Unfinished Home Intent on letting the “lush nature and the mountains” shine at his Lombardy, Italy, retreat, Columbian artist Juan Lealruiz left the interiors of the compound—which  Read more

When it comes to the subject of lifestyle guru Gwyneth Paltrow, decorating doyenne and general domestic goddess Martha Stewart throws more shade than the entirety of her drone-documented apple tree  Read more

From 8 AM to 6:30 PM on Thursday, September 25 and Friday, September 26, Ridge Creative Center, at the First Free Evangelical Church, at 6501 6th Avenue in Bay Ridge,  Read more

[caption id=”attachment_424198” align=”aligncenter” width=”575”] Rendering of the Fulton Street Transit Center’s exterior[/caption]

Beastie Boy Michael Diamond’s Brownstone Brooklyn renovation. Sneak preview of the Fulton Center transit hub. Rising crime does little  Read more

Daniel Humm’s limited-edition Shake Shack burger. Let’s discuss something important: NPR reports on research that says “you can to some extent feel satisfied by the mere sight of food.” The  Read more

WILLIAMSBURG—Fashion and food perfectly intersect in Cherry Bombe magazine, so it only makes sense that the publication marry the two subjects in real life when celebrating its latest issue launch—that’s  Read more

A group of local shutterbugs has been posting snapshots of Downtown life online — now they’re getting an exhibition. Read more. Read more

Photo via Arch Daily Ever since the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture first faced with the threat of losing its accreditation, hoards of alumni have banded together to launch  Read more

A 1770’s farmhouse in Pawling, N.Y. with some very winsome updates is up for $729K after being put on the market for $759K back in July of 2013. The listing  Read more

L+M Development Partners signed a new lease with Arrojo Studio at the firm’s mixed-use Brooklyn residential property at 11 Broadway, marking the second retail salon from celebrity hairstylist Nick Arrojo.  Read more

Less than a year after paying $18.2 million for a 65,000-square-foot multifamily rental building in Clinton Hill, Springhouse Partners just sold it for $29 million, The Real Deal has learned.  Read more

Curbed Chicago reports that the William Winslow House —which was Frank Lloyd Wright’s first totally independent commission—just got a major Pricechop, bringing the ask down to $1.699M. Listed for $2.4M  Read more

Photo via Wallpaper New York-based artist Roxy Paine, he of carving a prototypical fast food restaurant out of wood, has chosen the focal point of your travel nightmares as the  Read more

Photo via Dezeen Spotted in a roundup of “11 lesser-known Brutalist buildings that helped define the movement” is this wonderfully strange Town Hall in Bat Yam, Israel. “It may be  Read more

This past Sunday.  Carroll Street Bridge. Read more

TONIGHT

Street and Traffic Safety in Windsor Terrace:

A Community Meeting

Monday, September 15th, 6:30 p.m.

How to make Windsor Terrace safe for pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorists will be discussed tonight by representatives  Read more

The search for a missing 73-year-old woman may have come to a tragic end, with a body believed to be Crucita “Lucy” Alvarado found on the roof of a Coney  Read more

The search for a missing 73-year-old woman may have come to a tragic end, with a body believed to be Crucita “Lucy” Alvarado found on the roof of a Coney  Read more

The search for a missing 73-year-old woman may have come to a tragic end, with a body believed to be Crucita “Lucy” Alvarado found on the roof of a Coney  Read more

A Marine Park family was attacked last Sunday by a self-professed Marine who targeted them because they’re immigrants from Pakistan. According to the Brooklyn DA, Andrew Laina, 29, approached Marine  Read more

Mohammad Muktadir’s sexual harassment suit against the owners of Bevacco took a strange twist recently reports the NY Daily News. According to the paper, Federal Judge Frederic Block who is  Read more

Image via Good Thing Exciting news for both locavores and design junkies: Good Thing, a Brooklyn-based indie manufacturer, will debut their minimalist products at the Kikkerland shop for the very  Read more

A plan to lease a stretch of Sunset Park waterfront to maritime company Vane Brothers has area residents up in arms. The deal, which would allow Vane to dock its  Read more

Photos via Dry Dock Shop Today in excellent and highly addictive internet offerings comes the Dry Dock Shop’s super groovy Tumblr, which proffers an endless trove of “yesterday’s architecture and  Read more

Forever Beastie Boy, toile wallpaper designer, and current Brooklynite Mike D is now building million dollar homes in his home borough. Today the NY Times reports on this latest development,  Read more

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