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Stephen Colbert welcomed his youngest guests ever last night when Brooklyn tween metal band Unlocking The Truth appeared for an interview and performance. The group, who signed a $1.8 million  Read more

Stephen Colbert welcomed his youngest guests ever last night when Brooklyn tween metal band Unlocking The Truth appeared for an interview and performance. The group, who signed a $1.8 million  Read more

The “spies” at the New York Post recently spotted Jennifer Lopez “poring over” apartment plans with a Million Dollar Listing broker. Rumor is J. Lo. (whose Hamptons mansion has already  Read more

The “spies” at the New York Post recently spotted Jennifer Lopez “poring over” apartment plans with a Million Dollar Listing broker. Rumor is J. Lo. (whose Hamptons mansion has already  Read more

Hubba hubba. It’s been two months since Sam Mason tweeted about a cotton-candy cone at OddFellows Ice Cream Co. Now it will finally hit the menu at the Williamsburg location.  Read more

Did you already forget that a Target collaboration came out earlier this week? Though a small but determined >frenzy of shoppers came out for Altuzarra for Target when it launched  Read more

Inspired by BP gasoline with Invigorate®, The Next Mile explores the stories of trends, products and people who go a little farther than the norm. The series is a collaboration  Read more

Inspired by BP gasoline with Invigorate®, The Next Mile explores the stories of trends, products and people who go a little farther than the norm. The series is a collaboration  Read more

An elderly woman was arrested after she allegedly tossed it down the trash chute of her Batchelder Street building, causing injuries that led to its death. Cops were called to  Read more

Photo via Design Boom Like nearly all well-known architecture, the inspiration for this tower of scaffolding-turned-home came from the lyrics to the Nas hit, “The World is Yours,” which, to  Read more

Photo via Design Boom Like nearly all well-known architecture, the inspiration for this tower of scaffolding-turned-home came from the lyrics to the Nas hit, “The World is Yours,” which, to  Read more

The revised design presented by Gehry Partners The catty congressional yipping over Frank Gehry’s Eisenhower Memorial design continued yesterday when the Eisenhower Memorial Commission met to find a new direction  Read more

The revised design presented by Gehry Partners The catty congressional yipping over Frank Gehry’s Eisenhower Memorial design continued yesterday when the Eisenhower Memorial Commission met to find a new direction  Read more

1) Boerum Hill: An awning is up at ex-Pete Zaaz chef Peter Entner’s new sandwich shop, Boomwich on Atlantic Avenue. Butcher paper is still lining the windows but through a  Read more

The meeting of the Operations Committee of the Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Community Advisory Council on Wednesday night at the BBP’s offices on Furman Street started off slowly but finished with  Read more

The meeting of the Operations Committee of the Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Community Advisory Council on Wednesday night at the BBP’s offices on Furman Street started off slowly but finished with  Read more

  Earlier this week we got a look at the restoration action inside the old Kings Theatre in Flatbush. It has been sitting in beautiful abandonment for decades, but will  Read more

Over in the Fresh Prince town of Bel-Air, one manor is asking nearly three times the sum it sold for not two years ago. In the time since it last  Read more

Slope kids kicked for the stars this week at a soccer tutorial hosted by the Long Island pro team the New York Cosmos. Read more. Read more

A Message from Empire State Development (ESD) regarding the April 30th public hearing on the Atlantic Yards Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement:

On March 28, 2014, the Board of

Directors  Read more

PUBLIC HEARING on Atlantic Yards

Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement

Wednesday, April 30

5:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Long Island University

Room HS 107

75 DeKalb Avenue

This Wednesday, April 30th starting at 5:30 the Empire  Read more

The Brooklyn Book Festival is this Sunday, and it has us thinking about what to read as the weather grows cooler. Who better to recommend a great book than one  Read more

Posters in the storefront window at 209 Smith Street between Baltic and Butler Streets indicate that Ricky's will be moving in soon.  This may be a temporary location for the  Read more

The bottom line at these social networking companies is that they look beyond the bottom line. Read more. Read more

Photo via Dezeen No, these are not swoopy new renderings for Zaha’s latest amorphous buildings, nor are they aerial shots of a brand new museum or stadium in the works.  Read more

UPDATE (12:15pm): Nashaly Perez was found safe and sound at a friend’s house, and has been reunited with her family. Original post: Nashaly Perez, the 15-year-old Coney Island girl who  Read more

Nashaly Perez, the 15-year-old Coney Island girl who went missing from her school on Monday, was a special needs student who was supposed to be under the constant supervision of  Read more

  On Sunday, September 14th, Steven Spielberg filmed scenes for his Cold War-era movie, St. James Place, in DUMBO. We had previously spotted the set as it was being built,  Read more

Photo via Design Boom Designed with extreme privacy and insane, panoramic views holding equal importance, the House in Nara-Zaka in (yep!) Naka, Japan, looks like a combination of a windowless  Read more

The former Carmel Valley estate of the late entertainer and media mogul Merv Griffin is back on the market. The radio and big band singer-turned-talk show host—you might recognize the  Read more

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