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Results 1–30 of 1996.

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Extensive surface repairs to the Brooklyn Queens Expressway cantilever deck below the Brooklyn Heights promenade will commence on Monday, August 4. The BHA website reports that the New York City  Read more


White-hot Williamsburg restaurant Meadowsweet is adding brunch service this Sunday. Polo Dobkin’s menu includes huevos rancheros, poached eggs with homemade biscuits, and more lunch-ish options like a traditional Reuben and  Read more


WHAT YOU SHOULD ORDER AT... is a recurring column designed in kind for your opinionated asses and our lazy asses. When the mood strikes, we pick one Park Slope-area eatery  Read more


The founders of New York retail hotspot Opening Ceremony and salad eatery Chop’t have bought Brooklyn brownstones. Opening Ceremony co-founder Carol Lim paid $3.43 million — $230,000 more than the  Read more


What you need to know for Friday: bikes replace the subway in Greenpoint, a possibly rainy weekend, and Milton Glaser hands out buttons. Read more


Firefighters and EMTs were honored at City Hall Thursday for saving three young kids trapped on the fourth floor of a burning building in Brooklyn. Sharing the honors with members...  Read more


From the scanner:All hell broke loose in a car on the Q line in Brooklyn around 9 p.m. Thursday night.The first caller to 9-1-1 was a third party, the dispatcher  Read more


Detectives now have nine “persons of interest” in the Brooklyn Bridge white-flag caper from all over the New York City area, police sources told The Post. The men likely met...  Read more

Calling the city’s action “shocking to anyone’s sense of fairness,” a Brooklyn judge has ordered the FDNY to pay an $82,500-a-year disability pension to a firefighter sacked three years ago...  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

There have been a lot of ups and downs, for the team and players alike, says our columnist. Read more. Read more

A pair of murderous mob hoods were sentenced to 38 and 36 years in prison for their roles in the slaying of a Brooklyn father in front of a packed...  Read more

Welcome back to Monochromes, a Friday mini-series wherein Curbed delves deep into the Library of Congress’s photographic annals, resurfacing with an armful of old black-and-white photos of architecture and interior  Read more

One of the many, many L.A. homes where silent-era supertramp Charlie Chaplin is said to have stayed is up for rent asking $6,250 a month. According to an old listing,  Read more

Police are after a man who they say pulled off a pricey heist in Clinton Hill on July 17. Read more. Read more

The Gowanus Canal might be a superfund site, but developers and tenants are flocking to the neighborhood that bears the old industrial waterway’s name. Indeed, a report this week in  Read more

What sits on a hill overlooking L.A., is covered in tavertine stone, features “monumental scale & proportion,” and is an all-around “art collector’s dream”? L.A.’s Getty Center and this recently  Read more

This October, Pier 9’s Red Hook Container Terminal will be transformed into NYC’s latest music festival venue. The Escape Music Fest, a two-day affair, just announced its initial lineup this  Read more

[caption id=”attachment_407864” align=”aligncenter” width=”575”] Has the sun set on Coney Island’s real estate rebound?[/caption]

NYC’s best and worst rental neighborhoods. Coney Island’s stalled rebound. AIDS patient nursing home Rivington House to  Read more

1) Lower East Side: Grilled cheese shop Little Muenster has shuttered its Stanton Street location after three years. Bowery Boogie reports that sign posted in the window says: “With our  Read more

Photo by Driely S. for Racked WILLIAMSBURG—Stop by vintage favorite Antoinette tomorrow or Sunday to check out the La Selva pop-up shop. The line features unique Guatemalan textiles that have  Read more

Photo via Architizer Architizer’s Matt Shaw has a great take on what makes the Wirra Willa Pavillion of Somersby, Australia, a fitting tribute to growndbreaking early modernist, developer of the  Read more

The New York Times has posted an in-depth look at the recent opposition to housing – notably the “affordable” kind – at Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 6. After the city  Read more

[caption id=”attachment_407919” align=”aligncenter” width=”570”] Condo at One Brooklyn Bridge Park at 360 Furman Street in Brooklyn listed for nearly $8 million[/caption]

In July, a five-bedroom condominium at One Brooklyn Bridge Park  Read more

  Photo by Erica Sherman

The post Puzzle: It’s Quite Bright, In Brighton appeared first on Sheepshead Bites. Read more

The hot dog is as ubiquitous to New York as pizza, the steakhouse and the Statue of Liberty. While the roots of the hot dog stretch back to central Europe,  Read more

Photo by Driely S. for Racked There’s been a lot of chatter about the “next Chelsea Market” going on this week—neighborhoods from the Lower East Side to Bushwick are clamoring  Read more

Photo via Getty Images Neverland Ranch, the 2,700-acre abandoned fantasyland and estate built by King of Pop Michael Jackson is poised to hit the open market. A little background: according  Read more

Police forces across the nation will celebrate National Night Out Against Crime for the 31st year, and NYPD precincts in all five boroughs will be celebrating on Tuesday, August 5.  Read more

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