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Portland city skyline; Creative Commons image by Razvan Orendovici Design publication Metropolis recently released its list of the world’s most livable cities, using a formula that combined feedback from a  Read more

The Brooklyn Academy of Music will announce on Friday plans for a $25 million project that is being called “the last piece of the BAM campus.” ... [more] Read more

Metropolitan Diary: From the long early journey to the abrupt end around the bend, a road race becomes a metaphor of life to a participant. Read more

“OF COURSE I WANT ICE CREAM! I ALWAYS WANT ICE CREAM!”

“I was recording this and thinking, ‘Wow, that’s a busy week,’” says Sarah Simmons, the founder and chef at Birds  Read more

Residents and politicians spoke out against plans to build two towers near Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Read more. Read more

Our boys got ahead early, and never looked back. Read more. Read more

I have been feeding pigeons, thousands of them for years. But there was one, a beautiful bird, pure white with light grey tips on its wings; that one was different.  Read more

The New York Islanders, from a business perspective, will not mirror the Brooklyn Nets, but they are reframing their fan base, as have the Nets, as the hockey team moves  Read more

A Brooklyn teenager has been indicted on a murder charge after being accused of suffocating her son and hiding his body as she stole from a Victoria’s Secret, the Manhattan  Read more

An analysis released by Scott M. Stringer, the city’s comptroller, revealed that the highest number of incidents caused by potholes happened in the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, the Grand Central Parkway and  Read more

The highest number of incidents caused by potholes happened in the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, the Grand Central Parkway and the Belt Parkway. Read more

You kow those giant things in Red Hook that say “The Port of New York Authority” on them? Yeah, don’t go over there. Read more. Read more

You do want to know what they are putting in those sausages! Read more. Read more

Beloved Park Slope gay bar Excelsior is finally set to open its new Fifth Avenue spot next week, a year after shutting the doors to its longtime location down the  Read more

Brooklyn is the borough of nerds this week, with cartoons, fantasy authors, and a chat with superhero-obsessed director Kevin Smith! Read more. Read more

The Eagle reports that the Brooklyn Heights Association has named Park Slope resident Peter L. Bray its new executive director effective September 1. He will replace Judy Stanton, the BHA’s  Read more

Community Board 2 has advised us that on Wednesday, August 5 paving will be done on Columbia Heights between Cranberry and Pierrepont streets, and on Pineapple Street between Columbia Heights  Read more

A longstanding feud between two elderly men turned bloody Thursday when one repeatedly stabbed the other outside a Brooklyn pharmacy. The fight between the two balding men erupted outside Pitkin  Read more

A Brooklyn driver who turned a stretch of Crown Heights into a demolition derby last month has been indicted on manslaughter charges in the grisly crash that left his girlfriend...  Read more

The lobby at the Albert. Photo via Albert Capitol Park The Albert, located downtown at Capitol Park, has newly listed units on the market. The newly remodeled building has quite  Read more

Boston Properties may ramp up its investments in Brooklyn in the wake of its latest development deal at the Navy Yard, chief executive Owen Thomas told investors in an earnings  Read more

All photos via AD España Lots of designers are working on affordable prefab homes, but there’s one company that’s confidently chasing down the luxury prefab niche. Huf Haus, as we’ve  Read more

Where the ex-NYC mayor will likely conduct important business—knight-related and otherwise. All photos courtesy of Strutt & Parker Ex-New York City mayor, business tycoon, and secret knight Michael R. Bloomberg  Read more

We all miss Mad Men (and, by extension, Don’s cool Manhattan apartment) but since we can never have any new episodes, the next best thing is perusing all 56 pages  Read more

You can captain your own kite through the air at Coney Island. Luna Park previewed the new WindstarZ ride for the media on Thursday. The attraction, which officially opens this  Read more

A proposal by LAVA would add curved balconies to Sydney’s Sirius apartments, a housing project that may soon be put on the market and be threatened with demolition. Stateside Brutalism  Read more

Beloved Bushwick watering hole Cain’s Tavern is closing at the end of August, and regulars say they’re bummed to be losing a neighborhood hangout where everyone knows your name. Read  Read more

The world’s first “5¢ Woolworth Brothers Store” opened on 18 July, 1879 in Harrisburg, PA, the brainchild of Charles Sumner “Sum” Woolworth and his brother Frank. After a short while,  Read more

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