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“Abandon ship and god bless you.” These were the last words Clark J. Simmons heard from the Naval chaplain aboard the USS Utah on the morning Pearl Harbor was attacked.  Read more

Find out where to eat in our weekly ranking of the city’s most important restaurants. Read more

In Longing Lasts Longer, her new show at St. Anns Warehouse, downtown performance artist Penny Arcade reminds New York that thinking is sexy and cupcakes are stupid.… Read More

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Despite some recent openings on Smith Street, there are still far too many vacant storefronts on this once vibrant commercial strip.  Soon there will be one more.Prana Power Yoga has  Read more

Despite some recent openings on Smith Street, there are still far too many vacant storefronts on this once vibrant commercial strip.  Soon there will be one more.Prana Power Yoga has  Read more

The “Grin and Tonic,” a twist on the classic cocktail, won the 2015 Brew York New York Sweepstakes. New York City residents can submit their innovative beer idea to the  Read more

Imagine continuing education that that not only offers cutting-edge courses to transform your education and career, but connects you to a growing network of over 10,000 convention defiers. Now reimagine  Read more

Imagine hailing a cab and not having to give the driver the courtesy of engaging in a conversation while you just want to surf your Facebook feed or read the  Read more

JP Morgan Chase — the owner two buildings in the MetroTech Center — is set to list 180,000 square feet of retail space for rent at the Downtown Brooklyn buildings.  Read more

A teenage boy was killed last night after he reportedly tried to leap from a moving subway train onto a station platform in Brooklyn. According to NBC NY, the deadly  Read more

A man who allegedly harassed a Muslim woman, grabbed her phone, and snatched her hijab off her head was charged with a hate crime on Wednesday. [ more › ]  Read more

Morning Mug is our daily showcase of photographs from our readers. If you have a photograph that you’d like to see featured, send it to photos@sheepsheadbites.com. Also, follow us on  Read more

The production of Peter and the Wolf at the Guggenheim Museum, directed by Isaac Mizrahi is a perfect New York holiday tradition for actual New Yorkers.… Read More

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Amid stagnant rents and a steady stream of new development, landlords are stepping up concessions as a way to fill apartments in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Just over 25 percent of  Read more

Amid stagnant rents and a steady stream of new development, landlords are stepping up concessions as a way to fill apartments in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Just over 25 percent of  Read more

Screenshot from Oct. 2006 NY Voices/WNET interview of Gargano by Rafael Pi RomanIt was ten years ago today: in just 15 minutes, the unelected board of the Empire State Development (ESDC,  Read more

A 14-year-old boy was killed while attempting a stunt on an L train in Brooklyn Wednesday night, police said. The teenager was riding in-between cars of the southbound train around  Read more

Swastika graffiti is only a hate crime if it’s done in permanent marker, according to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s logic. Read more. Read more

Rendering courtesy of Rendering by FXFOWLE ArchitectsFortis Property Group filed plans for two new towers in Cobble Hill at the site of the former Long Island College Hospital (LICH).According to  Read more

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