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The annual festival is branching out to Paris this month. Très bien! Read more. Read more

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- With a victory over Democratic Councilman Vincent Gentile and Green Party candidate James Lane Tuesday night, Republican District Attorney Daniel Donovan will head to Washington, D.C.,  Read more

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

Plus all the other crime from Park Slope’s 78th Precinct blotter. Read more. Read more

Plus all the other dastardly news from Williamsburg’s 90th Precinct. Read more. Read more

The theft leads this week’s 68th Precinct police blotter. Read more. Read more

Get ready for your weekly run down of crimes from Bensonhurst’s 62nd Precinct. Read more. Read more

“Lazarus” is set inside Israel’s Record Store, located in a subterranean space on Fulton Street. Read more. Read more

The Art of Brooklyn Film Festival is all about celebrating films that are either made by Brooklynites, set in Brooklyn, or filmed in Brooklyn. We have plucked out three of  Read more

City Comptroller Scott Stringer (photo) has written a letter, dated May 1, 2015, to Brooklyn Bridge Park President Regina Myer. His letter begins: I write today to urge the Brooklyn  Read more

Crape apple tree in full bloom in front of St. Agnes on Hoyt Street Read more

Glass from a broken window fell seven stories and sliced a baby on a sidewalk in Brooklyn Tuesday, sources said. The tiny infant -- who was in a stroller below...  Read more

A yellow duck entering a house on Dean Street. A white goose had just entered the house a few seconds before, but i could not get my camera out of  Read more

A baby’s head was cut today when a window shattered in a downtown Brooklyn building, raining glass down on the street below. Awl cofounder Choire Sicha bore witness to the  Read more

Photo via MoMA Store Hardcore music fans can collect records and art buffs can collect paintings. But for the architecture lovers out there, the thing you love (buildings!) is mostly  Read more

All photos via Foster + Partners Calling to mind Rem Koolhaas’s tubular design for an elevated train stop at the IIT campus in Chicago, Norman Foster’s massive Crossrail Station at  Read more

At 8 PM on Tuesday, May 12, Brooklyn Reading Works will present "Edgy Moms 2015", readings from provocative works about mothers and motherhood curated and hosted by Louise Crawford and  Read more

On this Cinco de Mayo, (which commemorates a Mexican victory over French forces in the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862—not Mexican Independence Day, which is September 16) Curbed  Read more

A Utah firm called the Springbox Group is applying for a city permit to lay down a three-lane vinyl water slide on a gently sloping boulevard in Boston this summer.  Read more

Firefighters are battling a large brush fire in south Brooklyn Tuesday afternoon, officials said. Approximately 150 firefighters responded to the 3rd alarm blaze at about 3:50 p.m. in the wooded...  Read more

New York-based Rapid Realty, best known for paying employees to tattoo the company logo on their bodies and also for being shady as hell, may have intended to announce that  Read more

Scores of Kingsborough Community College students gathered on point of the Manhattan Beach peninsula on Wednesday to recognize Denim Day, an event that supports the rights of domestic violence victims  Read more

The world’s top 25 hedge fund managers made a collective $11.62 billion in 2014, an amount that was somehow racked up during a “mediocre” performance year. For comparison’s sake, the  Read more

On this Cinco de Mayo, (which commemorates a Mexican victory over French forces in the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862—not Mexican Independence Day, which is September 16) Curbed  Read more

On this Cinco de Mayo, (which commemorates a Mexican victory over French forces in the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862—not Mexican Independence Day, which is September 16) Curbed  Read more

Why people want to live in castles is not exactly a mystery. Castles are, objectively, the best kind of house—they’re where kings and queens live, and they’re great for protecting  Read more

Why people want to live in castles is not exactly a mystery. Castles are, objectively, the best kind of house—they’re where kings and queens live, and they’re great for protecting  Read more

The New York Police Department is investigating anti-Semitic messages found written on a flier posted on a Gravsend yeshiva, according to reports. The notes were found on Saturday at Mirrer  Read more

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