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A tax preparer facing federal fraud charges delayed the start of her trial after landing in a psych ward, court records show. It’s the third time Vanya Thompson, 39, has  Read more

Police are looking for a suspect who stabbed another J train passenger in Brooklyn yesterday afternoon. The pair apparently got into a verbal fight that turned physical, police say, and  Read more

Police are looking for a suspect who stabbed another J train passenger in Brooklyn yesterday afternoon. The pair apparently got into a verbal fight that turned physical, police say, and  Read more

Thirty years ago Brooklyn Brewery was just getting started, and the neighborhood it was located in, Williamsburg, was an industrial area perfect for the start-up. Over the years the Brewery  Read more

An ají de gallina–style stew of rabbit-leg meat, turnips, Swiss chard, rutabaga, and toasted walnuts topped with a crisp pastry lid. Read more

An ají de gallina–style stew of rabbit-leg meat, turnips, Swiss chard, rutabaga, and toasted walnuts topped with a crisp pastry lid. Read more

A dispute on a Brooklyn train turned violent when one man stabbed another Saturday afternoon, cops said. The 19-year-old victim was on a Jamaica-bound J train around 3:10 p.m. when  Read more

A dispute on a Brooklyn train turned violent when one man stabbed another Saturday afternoon, cops said. The 19-year-old victim was on a Jamaica-bound J train around 3:10 p.m. when  Read more

An alleged racial-hate attack on a priest who had just arrived from Nigeria has shocked parishioners at a Brooklyn Roman Catholic church. “Go back to the projects!” police say Joseph  Read more

In October 2016, after not seeing the monthly calendars from the Barclays Center that estimate the expected crowd for ticketed (and non-ticketed) events since May 2016, I posted screenshots of ticketed  Read more

In October 2016, after not seeing the monthly calendars from the Barclays Center that estimate the expected crowd for ticketed (and non-ticketed) events since May 2016, I posted screenshots of ticketed  Read more

There’s an app for everything. When Warren Cohn, a 29-year-old with bad back issues, went on his honeymoon a couple years ago, he decided it wasn’t worth the pain and  Read more

There’s an app for everything. When Warren Cohn, a 29-year-old with bad back issues, went on his honeymoon a couple years ago, he decided it wasn’t worth the pain and  Read more

This week, Lenore explores the phenomenom of mom’s being blamed for, well, everything. Read more. Read more

On Tuesday evening, January 24, at 6:30 the Brooklyn Historical Society will present Richard Rabinowitz, founder and president of the American History Workshop and author of Curating America: Journeys through  Read more

On Tuesday evening, January 24, at 6:30 the Brooklyn Historical Society will present Richard Rabinowitz, founder and president of the American History Workshop and author of Curating America: Journeys through  Read more

Controversy brews over a “Fight Song” cover, El Chapo is arraigned in Brooklyn, cake plagiarism is a thing now and more day’s end links. Don’t forget to follow Gothamist on  Read more

  Next stop #Robertas. Thanks to Parisian architect Jug Cerović we now know that the Christopher Street stop on the 1 train is #sexandthecity and that Houston Street 1 station  Read more

  Next stop #Robertas. Thanks to Parisian architect Jug Cerović we now know that the Christopher Street stop on the 1 train is #sexandthecity and that Houston Street 1 station  Read more

A Brooklyn mom is demanding an insurance company pick up the $50,000 tab for her son’s “wilderness therapy,” a program where troubled kids hike their problems away while eating ritzy  Read more

Meeting with Neighborhood Coordination Officers

Wednesday, January 25th, 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

The police officers who patrol Windsor Terrace, Greenwood Heights, and South Slope will hold their fifth monthly meeting  Read more

Meeting with Neighborhood Coordination Officers

Wednesday, January 25th, 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

The police officers who patrol Windsor Terrace, Greenwood Heights, and South Slope will hold their fifth monthly meeting  Read more

 

Looking past the onslaught of nausea brought about by the inauguration of Donald Trump this weekend, you may be looking for some sort of artistic counter-programming. It is especially  Read more

 

Looking past the onslaught of nausea brought about by the inauguration of Donald Trump this weekend, you may be looking for some sort of artistic counter-programming. It is especially  Read more

The family of a Brooklyn woman who seems to have died in police custody in Staten Island has filed court papers indicating they plan to sue the city, as well  Read more

The family of a Brooklyn woman who seems to have died in police custody in Staten Island has filed court papers indicating they plan to sue the city, as well  Read more

Dharke Gurung

A Silver Alert was issued this morning for Dharke Gurung, a 75-year-old Asian male from East 17th Street and Newkirk Avenue in Brooklyn.

Physical description: 5'2"  Read more

Dharke Gurung

A Silver Alert was issued this morning for Dharke Gurung, a 75-year-old Asian male from East 17th Street and Newkirk Avenue in Brooklyn.

Physical description: 5'2"  Read more

REBNY in the TimesSo the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY) held its annual banquet the other night, bestowing awards, and the real estate press was there to preview  Read more

OK, there's an agenda for the Quality of Life Community Update meeting on Tuesday at 6 pm, but it's not terribly revealing. I previously suggested some issues to address.Empire State  Read more

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