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Fans of patriotic pyrotechnics gathered by the thousands in Brooklyn Bridge Park on Saturday to celebrate Independence Day. Read more. Read more

Another teacher at the now-infamous James Madison High School in Sheepshead Bay has been accused of having an inappropriate sexual relationship with one of his students, the New York Post  Read more

Another teacher at the now-infamous James Madison High School in Sheepshead Bay has been accused of having an inappropriate sexual relationship with one of his students, the New York Post  Read more

The Cyclones catcher batted in a team-record seven runs against Williamsport on ‘Seinfeld’ night. Read more. Read more

Perhaps you’ve never thought to yourself about living in an enormous suburban castle, but the people who built these homes certainly thought about it enough to shell out big bucks  Read more

Lego Detroit by Maia C./Creative Commons Currently the world’s most profitable toy company, the minifig-making Danish firm Lego should be as upbeat as the theme song to its recent movie.  Read more

Oh, Toulouse! If I were not living in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, I could imagine making this city my home.Not only is Toulouse beautiful, it is ideality situated close to the  Read more

After nearly a half century of operating in inadequate spaces, Harlem’s Studio Museum is finally investing in a ground-up facility of its own. The Times reports that the museum, in  Read more

Time to ready your blankets and beach towels — Flicks on the Beach returns to Coney Island staring Monday, July 6. This summer’s lineup includes a mix of beloved classics  Read more

Australian firm Elenberg Fraser has designed a tower in Melbourne that is apparently meant to mimic the form of one of the fabric-wrapped dancers in Beyonce’s music video for “Ghost.”  Read more

After nearly a half century of operating in inadequate spaces, Harlem’s Studio Museum is finally investing in a ground-up facility of its own. The Times reports that the museum, in  Read more

All photos by Salva López via the Wall Street Journal When we first laid eyes on painter Miquel Barceló’s dreamy compound on the Spanish island of Mallorca in the Wall  Read more

Happy 116th birthday to Susannah Mushatt Jones—Tee (short for Auntie) to her 100 nieces and nephews, Miss Susie to her friends—who was born on July 6, 1899, the same year  Read more

“One of the things that I love about Carbone — which nobody has ever talked about — is that we were playing around with this idea of cops and gangsters.”

Translating  Read more

Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day? Get thee to the tipline and send us your suggestions. We’d love to  Read more

The best homegrown fast food in New York City can be found in Sheepshead Bay, no ifs, ands or burgers about it. The south Brooklyn neighborhood is home to Roll  Read more

A 66-year-old man managed to beat back three attackers who tried to rob him in an elevator in Coney Island, police say. The attempted robbery occurred at about 7pm on  Read more

Alamo photo by Andy Eick via Creative Commons The Alamo, likely the only landmark in history to play both a pivotal role in the struggle for Texan independence and get  Read more

Rudin Management and Boston Properties are the developers behind WeWork’s planned office building at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, the firms announced Monday. ... [more] Read more

Rudin Management and Boston Properties are the developers behind WeWork’s planned office building at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, the firms announced Monday. ... [more] Read more

There’s a lot to love about this circa-1810 residence, known as the Benjamin Glover House. Benjamin Glover built many houses in the area, but this was his very own residence.  Read more

  This weekend the Brooklyn Cyclones saluted Seinfeld at MCU Park Kramerica Industries Park, and they didn’t stop at the Little Jerry bobblehead giveaway. [ more › ] Read more

Big news for the nomadic raiders who have been waiting patiently to invade China since the Great Wall was construction in 300 B.C. The Great Wall of China Society reports  Read more

Remember a few years ago when a sign screaming “cold brew” was enough to make a coffee shop stand out as... Read More… Read More

The post 5 Iced Coffee Concoctions  Read more

Screen capture via Youtube The tiny house movement never ceases to amaze with its ability to pack so much in so little, but this “transforming castle truck” from New Zealand  Read more

[caption id=”attachment_614514” align=”aligncenter” width=”570”] JMH Development’s Townhouses of Cobble Hill[/caption]

Duplex from Nate Berkus’ book will soon be available. Once a neighborhood staple, reBar now abandoned. Cobble Hill townhouses are  Read more

You could have a hell of a murder mystery in this stately mansion in Los Angeles’ Venice neighborhood. The Victorian, just a block from the Boardwalk, was built back in  Read more

Below you’ll find early week Sheepshead Bay subway changes on the B, F and Q lines in Brooklyn. Check back later this week to see what’s happening this weekend. Changes  Read more

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