The Brooklyn Wire

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Results 1–30 of 2008.

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With the opening of the roller rink at Pier 2 this week, Karl checks in on the progress at Brooklyn Bridge Park. Have you checked out the new additions this  Read more

Gilberto Aceves Navarro’s Las Biciciletas appeared at the Fruit Street Sitting Area in Brooklyn Heights last week. Karl Junkersfeld has filed a video report about them. There are many exhibits  Read more

Lawyers representing former trainees in a coveted but ill-fated pre-apprenticeship training program (PATP) authorized by the Atlantic Yards Community Benefits Agreement (CBA) yesterday faced a judge somewhat skeptical of attempts  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

A man accused of killing Brooklyn landlord Menachem Stark spilled his guts to cops about how he and his accomplices snatched him off the street, killed him and then tried...  Read more

Neighborhood booksellers give their recommendations. Read more. Read more

A & S Window, Queens, may be on fire. Google Maps 2014At roughly 11:30 p.m. FDNY was called to 76 Avenue at 88 Street in Queens, to fight a fire  Read more

City Comptroller Scott Stringer has launched ClaimStat, a first-of-its-kind IT initiative that analyzes all claims filed against the City, from fallen tree limbs to medical malpractice.

This year alone, settlements and  Read more

Never mind! A pregnant tarantula named Penelope was supposedly on the loose in Park Slope, and her owner was scrambling to find her before she popped out her creepy spawn...  Read more

Our good friends at the Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition were alerted that a friendly, thin cat had been spotted on Monroe Place by several people. When a BBAWC  Read more

The Brooklyn Heights Association has released the following statement in response to a letter you, like me, may have received recently concerning Fortis Property Group’s plans for an “emergency room”  Read more

WILLIAMSBURG — Humboldt & Jackson, the all-American bar and event space from Bill Reed of The Brooklyn Star is opening tonight with a live jazz show. The wine and beer  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

While moths are often derided as pests, the pistachio-colored luna moths are a true summertime spectacle. They still can be seen on Staten Island, and in Brooklyn and Queens. Read more

The political event of the season is taking shape.

According to an email blast today from the Teachout/Wu Campaign, progressive Democrat Zephyr Teachout has delivered 46,000 signatures to get on the  Read more

The World Cup final, Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival, free “Sharknado” and more things to see and do in Brooklyn July 11–17. Read more. Read more

Brooklyn rental prices may be rising, but they’re not a shoo-in to catch up with Manhattan just yet. The difference between median rental prices in Manhattan and Brooklyn was $500  Read more

Chicago-based starchitect Jeanne Gang will bequeath San Francisco’s skyline with a 40-story residential tower with an experimental twist on the area’s classic bay windows. They, according to Curbed SF, “swerve  Read more

• As part of its seventh anniversary celebration on Monday night, 8th Street Winecellar is running a variation on its recurring “Get Happy Hour,” meaning that from 4 p.m. to  Read more

Back in his day, Walt Whitman had to walk to Governors Island. In the snow. Uphill. Alongside farm animals. By the time Robert Moses came around, that was no longer  Read more

Lifestyle blog Quintessence takes a look inside the New York country home of shelter doyenne Marian McEvoy, spending the day to learn the ins and outs of the former editor’s  Read more

[UPDATE BELOW] And so continues Lyft’s sad, sad NYC saga. The ride-share service that was set to launch in Brooklyn and Queens today has been slapped with restraining orders from  Read more

Photo by Koichi Torimura via Design Boom Contemporary Japanese design is known for its aggressive brand of minimalism, whittling hair salons into venues as sterile as operating rooms, scrubbing dentists’  Read more

Here are the weekend’s sample sale listings laid out in handy map form. On the agenda this Saturday and/or Sunday: Rachel Comey in Nolita, Owen’s Warehouse Sale in Meatpacking, the  Read more

The Brooklyn Eagle reported Friday that the historic Hotel Bossert, which has been under renovation since June of 2013, will not reopen until 2015. The 280-room Bossert—acquired in 2012 by  Read more

Friends and family are searching for a 28-year-old Brooklyn man who has been missing since Sunday. [ more › ] Read more

  It looks like the sky, presumably over southern Brooklyn (if not, then you, Madame Photographer, are breaking the rules!), except it also looks like the water. Who’s with me?  Read more

Carlos Beltran, an outfielder for the New York Yankees, just listed his eight-bedroom mansion in Southern Florida for $4.5M. The “custom masterpiece,” complete with a greenhouse and “negative-edge” pool, was  Read more

Eater’s two New York food critics, Robert Sietsema and Ryan Sutton, file full-length restaurant reviews every week. But sometimes, they’ll sit down at the same table and debate a noteworthy  Read more

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