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Twin brothers were shot, one fatally, in a Brooklyn apartment on Stillwell Avenue arta round 11 p.m.late Tuesday night, sources said. The brothers were taken to area hospitals where one...  Read more

Get ready for your weekly run down of crimes from Bensonhurst’s 62nd Precinct. Read more. Read more

Plus all the other crime from Greenpoint’s 94th Precinct. Read more. Read more

The city refuses to say how it will build a 28-acre park on the waterfront — so we have a few ideas of our own. Read more. Read more

The city says it is working on getting the full 28 acres, but still won’t meet with activists and local pols, or offer an actual plan. Read more. Read more

Photos by MK MetzzAdults and children milled around this raised platform in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Huh! Wonder why?A moment later ... whoosh! Screams of hilarity ensued as water gushed in  Read more

Meanwhile, in Manhattan ...  (Photo: MK Metz)Thought you might want to see these giant inflatable deities from traditional Taiwanese temple fairs, placed in the middle of Union Square on Sunday.They  Read more

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The annual Lebanese Food Festival will be this coming Saturday, May 30 and Sunday, May 31 at Our Lady of Lebanon Maronite Catholic Cathedral, Remsen Street between Henry and Clinton  Read more

The man, Dalton Branch, an ex-boyfriend of the woman, was pursued and killed by plainclothes officers in Brooklyn when he opened fire on them Tuesday at the Resorts World Casino.  Read more

Veterans launched a campaign to make sure Brooklyn remembers its fallen heroes year-round by raising the money to reopen the Cadman Plaza World War II Memorial. For all the borough  Read more

Photos of the Okura Lobby by Dana Buntrock and Hotel Okura Sometime in the next few months, the last drink will be sold in the Hotel Okura's Orchid Bar. The  Read more

From 6:15 until about 8:15 PM on Friday, May 29, The Ridge Creative Center will host a free Women's Handcrafting and Needlework Demonstration at First Free Evangelical Church, 6501 6th  Read more

Cops are searching for a man who’s been sneaking into apartments in Bed-Stuy at night or in the early morning and stealing money and valuables. According to investigators, several women  Read more

Difficult-to-assemble-furniture magnate IKEA has reportedly floated the idea of an official IKEA Hack product, according to Gizmodo. IKEA Hacks, if you're unfamiliar, is a phenomenon where people take pieces of  Read more

Photo by Max Touhey When One World Observatory opens its doors this Friday, May 29, the public will be treated to much more than just stunning panoramic views. From the  Read more

A thief has been swiping women’s purses from storage areas near roller coasters in Coney Island’s Luna Park, cops said Tuesday. The suspect first struck on May 2 around 6  Read more

A massive site on the Williamsburg waterfront that could hold a high-rise development is getting ready to sell, and a partnership between Ziel Feldman’s HFZ Capital Group and ex-Vornado chief  Read more

A fleeting moment captured in Carroll Park over the week-end. Read more

Photo via @robinko/Instagram The Chicago Riverwalk, the Windy City's popular pedestrian waterfront, will get a nine-block extension by 2016 and the first two blocks of the $100M project just made  Read more

Photo via Dezeen Originally developed by Irish architect Damien Murtagh as a modeling tool for fellow architects and designers, ArcKit has now ventured into Lego territory, marketing itself as a  Read more

The halls are alive with the sound of music at Williamsburg’s Juan Morel Campos Secondary School. Read more. Read more

Photo courtesy of Patkau Architects There's not a right angle in sight at this futuristic house in Whistler, British Columbia. Designed by Patkau Architects, the post-post-modern design was inspired by  Read more

From the May issue: Tucked away on the east side of Prospect Park, a short walk from the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Prospect-Lefferts Gardens has long been one of Brooklyn’s best-kept  Read more

From the May issue: Tucked away on the east side of Prospect Park, a short walk from the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Prospect-Lefferts Gardens has long been one of Brooklyn’s best-kept  Read more

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