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Brooklyn Heights resident and novelist Elizabeth Gaffney will be at the Brooklyn Historical Society Tuesday evening starting at 7:00 to discuss her second novel, When the World Was Young, which  Read more

Photos by MK Metz, McBrooklyn Music from the Oaxaca region of Mexico rang out over Cadman Plaza Park in Downtown Brooklyn on Sunday, for La Guelaguetza Festival New York  Read more

The mayor took pains in Italy to preserve the fine line between Park Slope Dad and V.I.P. Read more

A Message from Empire State Development (ESD) regarding the April 30th public hearing on the Atlantic Yards Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement:

On March 28, 2014, the Board of

Directors  Read more

PUBLIC HEARING on Atlantic Yards

Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement

Wednesday, April 30

5:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Long Island University

Room HS 107

75 DeKalb Avenue

This Wednesday, April 30th starting at 5:30 the Empire  Read more

If in recent years fugitives from Bushwick have sought refuge and lower rents across the Queens border in neighboring Ridgewood, it wouldn’t be the first time. A century ago, German-immigrant  Read more

From the scanner:It was wild on the streets in Brooklyn around 6 p.m. Sunday, when cops chased hundreds of motorcycles -- "driving dangerously, popping Willies" and "driving in the wrong  Read more

Join Friends of Sunset Park in welcoming the NYC Parks Foundation's "Summerstage Kids" to Sunset Park this summer for Asian folk dance, puppets and funky fables.

All performances begin at 10:30  Read more

From the scanner:At 1:33 p.m. Sunday, dispatch described a person at Brooklyn Bridge Park's Pier 2 having difficulty breathing. "By the baskerball court," the dispatcher said. A minute later, another  Read more

The recent car crash involving an ex-Hasidic Brooklyn woman has prompted some in the ultra-Orthodox community to paint it as an act of divine retribution. [ more › ] Read more

One of the most captivating and unusual turn-of-the-century homes in all of Brooklyn sits on a suburban style lot just south of Prospect Park. Popularly known as the “Japanese house,”  Read more

In Case You Missed It (ICYMI): Here are some of the big stories you may have missed this week. You can keep up with what’s going on in the neighborhood  Read more

Is the marriage of Jay-Z and Beyoncé on the rocks? It's tough to trust an extensive but anonymously sourced New York Post Page 6 article, headlined Inside the crumbling marriage  Read more

A Brooklyn woman who allegedly dismembered her neighbor and dumped the body parts all over Long Island paused during her grisly mission to pawn the victim’s jewelry and buy lottery...  Read more

The Screecher’s television is on the fritz, which means this week’s column is a wild, brain-busting ride. Read more. Read more

We think this was Bugsy, maybe. Photos: MK Metz At lunch time on Friday, the entire cast of Boardwalk Empire, in costume and, in many cases, in character, flooded down Henry  Read more

First photo via Samantha Pleet’s Instagram Early this evening, with about 20 minutes to spare, we browsed the racks at Samantha Pleet’s Williamsburg pop-up, where we found a small selection  Read more

A good — but badly battered — Samaritan has a fractured cheek bone, several loose teeth and seven staples in his head after helping to nab a rape suspect on...  Read more

City Council Member Vinnie Gentile, responding to "countless" complaints from constituents about the illegal clothing donation bins popping up "everywhere" in the district, has enlisted the support of Mayor de  Read more

Life for one Brooklyn family hasn’t been the same after July 2nd, when 26-year-old Robert DeCarlo allegedly stole a minivan and took off speeding down the streets of Flatlands in  Read more

Maybe neighbors of 10 MetroTech need their own version of Atlantic Yards Watch, say 10 MetroTech Watch.First, on 7/18/14, Fort Green Focus reported Rockwell Place Residents Concerned By Demolition &  Read more

A mixed-use project is nearly completed at 385 Broadway in Williamsburg along the elevated J train tracks. Hopefully there will be some soundproofing, or the project could prove a hard  Read more

Bushwick is getting its very own po’ boy truck called Orleans. Oliver Bonderahe, previously of Roberta’s, got the idea for this business after numerous trips to New Orleans. The truck  Read more

The Vermont team brought the series to 1–1 on Friday night. The Cyclones try to redeem themselves at home this evening. Read more. Read more

Three days after white flags mysteriously appeared atop the Brooklyn Bridge’s towers, the NYPD’s Intelligence Bureau decided to head up there to check things out. NYPD Deputy Commissioner of Intelligence  Read more

According to an email blast today from their campaign, Governor Andrew Cuomo has expectedly deployed his legal team to kick upstarts Zephyr Teachout and Tim Wu off the Democratic gubernatorial  Read more

Posters are up on both the current Rite Aid at Clinton & Montague and the new one at Clinton & Joralemon. The Montague St. store will permanently close next Wednesday,  Read more

This summer, the Staten Island Bicycling Association (SIBA) is hosting a series of weekend "Bikes and Bagels" rides, leaving from New Dorp High School on Saturdays and Sundays.

The next scheduled  Read more

The New York Times posted a feature about Brooklyn Bridge Park yesterday. The piece included an interview with the park’s landscape architect Michael Van Valkenburgh: Read more

A home invasion in the Bronx was thwarted by some good Samaritans Friday evening, cops said. Police say Bruce Lee, 29, of Brooklyn, pushed his way into the victim’s home...  Read more

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