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Police are looking for a man who they say fired a gun into the air in Fort Greene last month, striking the window of an apartment building. [ more ›  Read more

Photos via the Philadelphia Museum of Art It takes effort not to clamber up on to the display platform and settle into Hans Wegner’s “Round Chair” (above, left) with a  Read more

Photos via the Philadelphia Museum of Art It takes effort not to clamber up on to the display platform and settle into Hans Wegner’s “Round Chair” (above, left) with a  Read more

Party like its 1776 at Maison Premiere.

The best thing about staying in New York during a holiday weekend is how easy it can be to stroll into some of the  Read more

Party like its 1776 at Maison Premiere.

The best thing about staying in New York during a holiday weekend is how easy it can be to stroll into some of the  Read more

Image via Tesla Tesla’s mammoth Gigafactory, currently under construction in the Nevada desert near the aptly titled town of Sparks, promises to be a game-changer for the car company and  Read more

Image via Tesla Tesla’s mammoth Gigafactory, currently under construction in the Nevada desert near the aptly titled town of Sparks, promises to be a game-changer for the car company and  Read more

Revered New York City food critic Robert Sietsema recently praised the local Russian eatery Stolovaya for its hearty and affordable fair. But his review came with a tip that most  Read more

All Photos via Architizer Architecture firm Carrascal-Blas has transformed this small house, tucked away in the small Spanish town of Bayona, with an immersive and lovingly crafted all-oak interior. While  Read more

All Photos via Architizer Architecture firm Carrascal-Blas has transformed this small house, tucked away in the small Spanish town of Bayona, with an immersive and lovingly crafted all-oak interior. While  Read more

Magic Mike XXL opens today, finally answering the big question from the first movie: will Magic Mike make it as a custom furniture designer? (Magic Mike, if you forgot or  Read more

Magic Mike XXL opens today, finally answering the big question from the first movie: will Magic Mike make it as a custom furniture designer? (Magic Mike, if you forgot or  Read more

Hotelier Ian Schrager is opening a new Public Hotel at the Dumbo Heights office conversion being developed by Kushner Cos., RFR and LIVWRK Holdings. ... [more] 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 site of the Domino Sugar Refinery is nearly unrecognizable from the crumbling ruins that will soon be a gleaming new development on the river. In the interim before the  Read more

Luna Park’s skydiving ride, Boardwalk Flight, may have been dismantled, but we will soon be able to fly across Coney Island once again. Trapeze School New York will be joining  Read more

Dorothy Draper’s signature black and white floor, shown here at the Greenbriar. All Greenbriar images courtesy of the Greenbriar. A century ago, your average Upper East Side society matron was  Read more

Probationary Sanitation worker Curtis Jackson was just looking to use the bathroom when he went into a Flatiron District 7-Eleven early on Tuesday morning, but before he could get the  Read more

But there are nachos, of course.

After teasing a menu of Mexican barbecue last fall, fried-chicken wizard Stephen Tanner and piña colada advocate Chris Young have quietly opened El Cortez, their  Read more

Architect Donald Wexler (left) with a client. Although Donald Wexler was raised and educated in Minneapolis, he probably wouldn’t want you to know that. It was at the behest of  Read more

Brooklyn Bridge Park honchos on Wednesday unveiled designs for the two luxury apartment towers they plan to erect at Pier 6. Read more. Read more

The NYPD is seeking three men who allegedly stole more than 50 phones and tablets from an AT&T store in Park Slope last weekend, after threatening a female shop clerk  Read more

While the listing for this grand Victorian in Uptown doesn’t have many pictures, you can check out this 2013 home tourThe Times-Picayune did when its former owners, lawyer Herb Larson  Read more

A shuttered prison near Saratoga Springs, New York is for sale, raising questions like: what makes this place more terrifying, the fact that it was a prison or the fact  Read more

It’s the Fourth of July on Saturday, which means that lots of people are heading out of town for BBQs,... Read More… Read More

The post Your Ideal Week: July 1-  Read more

Perhaps you know architect Sou Fujimoto as the designer of the ethereal 2013 Serpentine Pavilion? Well, the celebrated Japanese architect has been up to even more design hijinks, this time  Read more

Photo collage includes home photo from WDRB The former childhood home of boxing legend Muhammad Ali, currently a vacant, dilapidated building on Grand Avenue in Louisville, is in the process  Read more

Two cab drivers were robbed in Coney Island this month, and police are asking the public for assistance in locating the suspects. On Saturday, June 20, police say that a  Read more

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