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We broke ground on newer, larger Burbank store opening Spring 2017, moving less 1 mile away! http://t.co/n1xPDYpHDa pic.twitter.com/VOBj3O1frf— IKEA_LA (@IKEA_LA) September 1, 2015 If the immense Burbank Ikea doesn’t quite  Read more

We’re getting closer and closer to being able to leave all our problems behind and go live on Mars, thanks to Buzz Aldrin and lettuce. But in the off chance  Read more

Photos by Remco Photography via Contemporist Despite a prime location—on a cliff’s edge overlooking the Pacific—this sad 1980s duplex in Queensland, Australia, had tiny windows and a low roof, a  Read more

Democrat Michael McMahon recently got the endorsement of the New York City District Council of Carpenters in the race for district attorney against Republican Joan Illuzzi. Read more

A couple weeks ago, we were treated to a very inventive, pretty unrealistic seeming rendering of a skyscraper made out of shipping containers, which came in third place in a  Read more

Two Coney Island men were sentenced Wednesday for a bloody 2012 stabbing attack against rival gang members that left one man dead and another with slash wounds to his throat,  Read more

The family of slain NYPD cop Wenjian Liu was overcome with emotion Wednesday during a ribbon-cutting for the family’s newly renovated Brooklyn home paid for by an influx of donations...  Read more

Faro’s wood oven.

This fall, it looks like just about every chef in town is going to be cooking in, over, or around a roaring wood fire. That includes Missy Robbins  Read more

The New York City Council has voted to co-name a portion of Hubbard Street “Seth Kushner Way” in honor of the beloved pop culture photographer, comic writer and Sheepshead Bay  Read more

We’ve heard of water towers as art pieces, a hotel with a water tower-turned-bar, and even a speakeasy hidden inside a water tower. But New York magazine’s latest Design Hunting  Read more

LEGO bricks are the most fun—or, at least, they were the most fun when we used to play with them as children. But if the Grown-Ups of the World could  Read more

The reception area of the newly opened branch of The Office Space in Sydney’s Paramount House. All images courtesy Woods Bagot. The Paramount House in Sydney, its curved façade adding  Read more

Former pro wrestling star Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka was arrested yesterday for the beating death of his girlfriend in Allentown, Pennsylvania 32 years ago. Now 72 and suffering from stomach cancer,  Read more

Former pro wrestling star Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka was arrested yesterday for the beating death of his girlfriend in Allentown, Pennsylvania 32 years ago. Now 72 and suffering from stomach cancer,  Read more

More than two months after closing the 86th Street storefront where it operated for 21 years, renowned cake and pastry maker Baku Bakery will reopen at a new location on  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

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 Obama Library Foundation has sent out invites to a select group of architects to submit designs for the forthcoming Presidential Library in Chicago. Ever since Chicago was announced as  Read more

It’s been six years since Dos Toros opened the doors to its first closet-sized location in Union Square, a lone pillar of burrito solace in a crowded, bustling city under  Read more

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Congratulations to the 38 percent who voted that Karim Rashid should be CNN Style’s next guest editor in Curbed’s recent poll. Rashid’s first column went up today and he’s commissioning  Read more

Beloved, one of the loveliest bars in Greenpoint, has closed after three years in business. [ more › ] Read more

Future students in those nabes will go to PS 307 in Vinegar Hill — but families there say they would have liked more warning. Read more. Read more

Get your hands dirty for a great cause. The Wildlife Conservation Society’s New York Aquarium Education Department and Partnerships for Parks’ Catalyst Program are looking for volunteers to help them  Read more

Photo courtesy Runner’s World If you’ve driven the stretch of I-280 between Hillsborough and San Francisco you’ve seen the sprawling, amorphous form of what is informally called the Flintstone House  Read more

We will never look at stairs, elevators, escalators, and...floors the same way after seeing these pictures of design collective Numen/For Use’s installation at the Aut Architektur und Tirol in Austria,  Read more

James Nevius is the author of three books about New York City, the most recent of which is Footprints in New York: Tracing the Lives of Four Centuries of New  Read more

Photos by Getaway, © Kataram Studios via Inhabitat From Getaway, the tiny house rental startup founded by students at Harvard University comes this 100% solar-powered cabin dubbed the Lorraine. For  Read more

At a certain point, you have to admire the commitment of this $4 million Paradise Valley, Arizona mansion in terms of picking a theme and sticking to it. And while  Read more

Labor Day is upon us, and if you’re sticking around this weekend and looking for the best ways to get the... Read More… Read More

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