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Accused Brooklyn serial killer Sal Perrone has been diagnosed with “severe personality disorders” but was found fit to stand trial, a judge said on Wednesday. Doctors found that Perrone, 67,...  Read more

Brooklyn A suspect is in custody in connection with a Bedford-Stuyvesant apartment break-in — and investigators are working to determine if he’s tied to three more neighborhood thefts, cops said...  Read more

The Brooklyn Heights Association has alerted us to a planned shoot of a commercial for the U.S. Army to take place Sunday, May 31, beginning at 6:00 p.m. to Monday  Read more

A 11 AM on Saturday, May 30, you're invited to join Grow NYC and sponsoring Council Member Vinnie Gentile in kicking off another season of fresh regional produce at the  Read more

At 3 PM on Sunday, June 7, the Children’s Chorus of Bay Ridge will celebrate the end of its 10th season with a spring concert, “Rhythms for Peace,” at Lutheran  Read more

The Daily News reports that People for Green Space Foundation and the Brooklyn Bridge Park Corporation have agreed to settle a lawsuit brought by the Foundation that sought to prevent  Read more

The Daily News reports that People for Green Space Foundation and the Brooklyn Bridge Park Corporation have agreed to settle a lawsuit brought by the Foundation that sought to prevent  Read more

From 12 -6 PM tomorrow, Thursday, May 28, tech giant Google and a group of sponsors promoting science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education will co-host the Google Geek Street  Read more

A “psychic” swindler preyed on a lovelorn Brooklyn man for nearly two years, using his girlfriend’s death as an excuse to dupe him out of more than $700,000 officials said...  Read more

Leo employs a selfie stick, Alec Baldwin gives marriage advice, dogs find their forever sticks, group tries to free chimps, bees draw the law’s ire and more days end links.  Read more

A very cute visitor stopped by for lunch in the back yard today. Read more

All photos by Quang Tran via ArchDaily It looks like Vietnam is giving Japan a run for its money in the realm of super-skinny urban dwellings. In addition to a  Read more

Look, we're not going pretend that we totally understand what's going on here, but University of Applied Arts Vienna, Studio Excessive student Che-Kuang Chuang created this reimagining of the Sir  Read more

Via the Museum of the City of New York. New York City is home to many Art Deco gems. Some of them are hidden; others, like the Chrysler Building and  Read more

Photos by Karen Fuchs Should a brisk walk from your minimally appointed, though lovely, pad to the beach be deemed too strenuous, you could make like the owners of this  Read more

Photo by Hadley Meares A precursor to today's "experience-based tourism," the working dude ranch was enormously popular. Only 90 or so miles away from Los Angeles, these ranches—with names like  Read more

All images by Alric Galindez via Designboom Why have just one tiny dwelling when you can have five? The MD House, a Patagonian retreat designed by Alric Galindez Arquitectos, found  Read more

Smart-home technology—TVs and sound systems that you can control through your smartphone, automated blinds and central air systems, and the like—have become the norm in luxury residential development. But at  Read more

Luna Park goers, beware! Cops are looking for a man wanted for swiping the purses of at least six thrill seekers as they rode roller coasters at the amusement park  Read more

St. Paul's Church at 199 Carroll Street here in Carroll Gardens continues its wonderful music programing by hosting Cerddorion Vocal Ensemble’s concert "Rise Up, My Love: Choral Settings of  Read more

Someone shot and killed a Ditmas Park man on Tuesday night outside a bodega blocks away from his home, police said. Read more. Read more

Plus more relentless crime from Fort Greene and Clinton Hill’s 88th Precinct. Read more. Read more

Photo by Nick Fochtman Over the last couple of years, developers in the Windy City have been a hot streak in transforming historic downtown towers into hotels, apartments and student  Read more

Self-portrait by Seymour Chwast from Frankfurter Allgemeine Magazin in the 1980s. All images from the Seymour Chwast Archives First off, it's pronounced "kwast." Second, if the name Seymour Chwast doesn't  Read more

Tone, an artist and musician who “stumbled” into the bar business, thought that being poor was just part of running... Read More… Read More

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Strawberry Scratchcake and Pretzel in a chocolate Konery cone.

Up until now, MilkMade has operated only as a subscription service, offering members two pints of ice cream per month for $30,  Read more

Court Tree Collective, the small neighborhood gallery/event space at 371 Court Street between Carroll Street and First Place, continues its series of $25 cooking classes with Tropical Ghana this Saturday. On  Read more

A Midwood-based GOP operative and perennial candidate for elected office on a “family values” platform, Joseph Hayon, was arrested Friday and allegedly confessed to viewing and possessing child pornography. Hayon,  Read more

Photo by Asad Syrkett (@as4d) Today, Architectural Digest invited Instagrammers and media folk alike to beam up to the 100th floor of the notoriously spaceship-like One World Trade Center for  Read more

All photos by Eve Wilson via The Design Files Further evidence that the world is obsessed with midcentury modern design: this lovely updated 1960's home in Beaumaris, a suburb of  Read more

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