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Despite Reddit's immense—if slightly underground—popularity, its HQ in San Francisco, Calif. looks to be one of the simplest tech offices out there. Largely unadorned and proudly nerdy, much like the  Read more

Embroiled. The Post says workers at the Downtown Brooklyn branch of Dallas BBQ have filed a lawsuit against the chain restaurant’s owners, alleging that managers watched employees change in and  Read more

Thinking about ditching your monthly cable bill? Have a Roku, but wondering if there’s something better out there? With Amazon’s recent introduction of Fire TV, a little black box that  Read more

Photo via My Modern Met · When architecture meets fashion. · That Tommy Hilfiger Raleigh hotel mashup is happening. · Former AmEx CEO wants $10.5M for house with cabaret. ·  Read more

There are a couple of very interesting tidbits in the 4/16/2014 Forbes article about B2, Building The World's Tallest Modular Apartment Tower.First, the article says the building is slated to  Read more

Image via Our Hen HouseOur Hen House is a new Brooklyn-based TV show for animal lovers….real animal lovers, not just you folks who eat Dinosaur Bar-B-Que delivery while sitting on  Read more

Photo by George Burshteyn Morning Mug is our daily showcase of photographs from our readers. If you have a photograph that you’d like to see featured, send them to  Read more

- Court Street Funeral Home property sells for $4.55 million. [Brooklyn Eagle]- Fund raises thousands for NYC man cleared of murder after 25 years; stranger set up campaign. [Fox]- Brooklyn  Read more

On this day 100 years ago, NYC Corporation Counsel Frank Lyon Polk was shot and seriously injured outside City Hall by a Brooklyn man who was aiming for NYC Mayor  Read more

A city contractor, apparently short on time or signposts, screwed metal “No Parking” signs to trees along Meserole Street in Williamsburg, angering neighbors and injuring the trees. Read more. Read more

Saint Patrick’s Academy held its 11th annual Easter Hat Parade on April 11. Read more. Read more

Forget about eggs — the borough’s top chocolatiers are making chocolate-dipped Peeps, two-foot tall bunnies, and chocolate-coated matzoh this Easter. Read more. Read more

Park slope road safety activists are at it again. Read more. Read more

This week, the Dad ponders the decisions he, and his felow parents, have made. Read more. Read more

A couple was found dead in a Greenpoint hot tub over the weekend. Read more. Read more


Developer Joshua Guttman is working to open the Brooklyn Expo Center in Greenpoint. The proposed convention center at 79 Franklin Street near Noble Street would hold a 2,200-seat banquet hall,  Read more


The original building at 350 DeGraw Street. (image credit: once stood an old brick building at 350 DeGraw Street between Court and Smith Street, there now stands a sole  Read more


A streak of beautiful, if wet, weather saw flowers bloom over the past weeks, only to be crushed and killed – like our spirits – by a frost this morning.  Read more


Fireworks come in all sorts of scintillating varieties—there are the normal ones, the rainy ones, the crackly ones. Sometimes they form simple images like lopsided smiley faces and off-kilter hearts,  Read more


The salt-cod fried rice is back, for a night. Danny Bowien’s world has recently seeming been all about Mission Cantina — double-decker tacos and all — but now some great  Read more


Members of a City Council committee are pushing a resolution introduced last week that calls for the city’s 59 community boards to adopt sweeping reforms, including term limits. The council’s  Read more


Big Apple Gourmet at 303 Court Street at the corner of DeGraw Street has just closed it's doors for good.  It's end was predictable ever since a hand written  Read more

On May 9, 10, 16 and 17 at 8 PM May and on May 11 and 18 at 2 PM, the Narrows Community Theater will present the classic musical "Singin'  Read more

The Independent Film Project is seeking screenplays, documentary works-in-progress, and web series for the annual Independent Film Week Project Forum from September 14-18.

The IFP is the oldest and biggest  Read more

Because you’re hungry for Mission Chinese, check out today’s end-of-day links: best Letterman musical guests, Americans love Bud Light, bud and breakfast joints, mom accidentally steals car in Brooklyn, bankers  Read more

What’s the deal with the Brooklyn Cyclones hosting a “Seinfeld Night” in honor of the 25th anniversary of the show’s debut?? Well sir, the deal is that this event is  Read more

Clothing retailer J.Crew and electronics giant Apple are eyeing Williamsburg outposts as the neighborhood continues evolving into a hot shopping hub. J.Crew is planning to take a 6,000-square-foot store at  Read more

Photo via My Modern Met Tucked behind a thicket of trees in the Socrates Sculpture Park in Long Island City, N.Y., this aptly named Invisible Barn so dramatically camouflages with  Read more

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