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A brave Brooklyn grandmother tricked a knife-wielding robber into thinking she was dead so he would stop stabbing her over and over with her own kitchen knife, the woman told...  Read more

Plant Sale

Sunday, May 3rd, noon to 4:00 p.m.

Compost for Brooklyn (C4B) will be selling flowers (coleus, petunias, marigolds, salvia), basil, and

herbs on Sunday. All

proceeds will be used to  Read more

This in from Tracy (“Mrs. Fink”) Zamot: THE BELL HOUSE is dedicating this year’s Derby to the memory of John Loscalzo and his deep abiding love for the Derby and  Read more

This in from Tracy (“Mrs. Fink”) Zamot: THE BELL HOUSE is dedicating this year’s Derby to the memory of John Loscalzo and his deep abiding love for the Derby and  Read more

The managing editor of feminist website Jezebel was randomly punched in the head by an “agitated” woman walking down a Williamsburg street, she said on Monday. Editor Erin Gloria Ryan,...  Read more

In a stunning development, Dan Donovan, the Staten Island Republican vying with Brooklyn Democrat Vinnie Gentile and Green Party candidate James Lane in the May 5 Special Election to fill  Read more

Jezebel managing editor Erin Gloria Ryan was punched in the head without provocation while walking in Williamsburg on Friday night. The 31-year-old was walking alone on North Sixth Street around  Read more

All photos by Michael Moran/OTTO via Dezeen 36SML House, a new project completed by NYC-based studio Levenbetts on the Long Island hamlet of Amagansett, rejects the traditional suburban standard of  Read more

Kurt and Courtney via Getty Images The two-bedroom in Los Angeles where Kurt Cobain supposedly holed-up with Courtney Love from 1991 to 1992 and wrote songs for In Utero is  Read more

An indoor children’s playspace is opening at 81 Washington Street in Dumbo this summer (corner of York and Washington Streets). Recess Dumbo is a 1200+ square foot main play area  Read more

On May 16, the 6th Annual Bay Ridge Storefront Art Walk (SAW), a collaborative site-specific art experience featuring storefront installations by 15 Brooklyn artists, will open along Fifth Avenue in  Read more

All photos via Zillow No one wants to buy legendary entertainer Bob Hope’s Palm Springs house, a hulking John Lautner-designed spectacle that is now asking half the price it was  Read more

Inside an unassuming bar at Williamsburg’s Union Avenue and Richardson Street hides one of the city’s most delicious hot dogs. Santa Salsa, a Venezuelan street food eatery, runs a small  Read more

There’s something about this Tom Kundig-designed 3-bedroom stunner in Seattle that just makes people want to sell it, so perhaps this your lucky day, reader. The home has twice previously  Read more

Utzon wrote to Le Corbusier to express his happiness over this tapestry, made when the two were collaborating on the Sydney Opera House. “It has endowed our home with a  Read more

You might have everyone else fooled, Washington state man who painted red and white stripes on the front of the front of his house, wrote the words “GOD BLESS AMERICA”  Read more

I’m old, and I think the Sheepshead Bay subway station ought to have an elevator to make my life easier. Also, as a venerable tricenarian, I think kids need to  Read more

Cops are on the hunt for four men in connection with an early morning Williamsburg murder. Read more. Read more

A Brooklyn man attempted to send a loaded handgun through airport security at JFK on Friday by concealing the weapon in a shoebox, according to the TSA. [ more ›  Read more

Photo via This extravagantly decorated apartment acts as the “owner’s unit” of an 1833 building that is perhaps one of the purest representations of Creole architecture in the Big  Read more

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

This 1,008-square-foot garage in Washington, D.C. may not look like much, but that only because it really isn’t. It’s a garage with no address, and it’s on the market for  Read more

Film Biz Recycling, a cavernous Gowanus warehouse chockablock with all sorts of furniture, appliances and household doodads collected from various movie, TV and theater sets, is closing up shop. That  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

Multifamily sales in New York City hit $3.3 billion in the first quarter of 2015, with sales in Manhattan and Brooklyn each exceeding $1 billion. According to a new quarterly  Read more

THE COMMUTE: The heart of a democratic society is being responsive to its citizens. A dictatorship does whatever it wants. However, our transportation agencies have been more dictatorial than responsive.  Read more

Creative Commons photo via Jean-Pierre Dalbéra In a reversal of an earlier decision, a French judge ruled that French architect Jean Nouvel can’t sue the Philharmonie de Paris to have  Read more

Cops broke up a cocaine ring that served some of Brooklyn’s well-heeled brownstone communities — even within blocks of the borough’s court houses, officials said Monday. Three men and a...  Read more

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