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Some bad news for Harold and Kumar: they won’t find a White Castle in East Williamsburg. Adam America Real Estate plans to put up a residential building at the location  Read more

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It's too soon to declare a definitive trend, but ticket revenues at the Barclays Center for the third quarter of 2014 were way down compared to the third quarter of  Read more

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TheCleanBedroom An organic mattress store called The CleanBedroom plans to open soon at 145 Montague St., upstairs.The shop sells upscale organic mattresses, furniture, pillows, bath and spa items, and even pet  Read more

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Brooklyn A livery driver slammed his car into a fence in Bushwick after he was stabbed by a robber, law-enforcement sources said Sunday. The 47-year-old hack picked up the brute...  Read more

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The Brooklyn parents of a 9-month-old girl who was shot by her father’s illegal gun could face jail time, police sources said Sunday. Pedro Rosales, 47, was cleaning his Colt...  Read more

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- 'Wanted'  posters for NYPD cops who shot unarmed man are hanging in Brooklyn hosuing project. [Daily News] - The parents of a 9-month-old girl who was accidentally shot in  Read more

The rookie cop who accidentally shot and killed an unarmed Brooklyn dad in a dark housing-project stairwell is “very upset and distraught,’’ a source said, adding the officer sought solace...  Read more

Photo courtesy of N.C. Modernist North Carolina collectors Steven Burke and Randy Campbell have been collecting miniature folk art buildings for nearly three decades. They own some 1,200 tiny farmhouses,  Read more

Heights Preservationist Martin L. Schneider has written an op-ed for the NY Daily News along with former LPC commissioner Beverly Moss Spatt expressing their strong opposition and outrage over the  Read more

With talk of toxic stuff in the air, we figured it’s high time to turn back the clock to bring you the highlights of the biggest and weirdest instances of  Read more

Although originally designed for a pedestrian walkway, the Verrazano Bridge is open to foot and two-wheeled traffic only two days a year: during the New York City Marathon and the  Read more

Photo by Manfred Seidl via Arch Daily A long list of big-name architects have launched a campaign to fight proposed alterations to Vienna’s Science Secondary School, a 1994 work by  Read more

Corner of Smith Street and Third Street, looking NorthLee Brothers Garage at 375 Smith Streetfrom NYC Department of BuildingsNew development at 360 Smith Street, which is located directly across the  Read more

The wife of a Brooklyn cop who died in an arson fire sparked by a “bored” teen is planning to sue the Police Department for $50 million, saying the NYPD...  Read more

Police are looking for Gerald Kinnison, a 66-year-old suffering from dementia, who went missing Friday morning from his Coney Island home. Kinnison was last seen leaving his assisted living center  Read more

The rookie cop who shot and killed an unarmed man in a Brooklyn housing project stairwell Thursday night has remained in seclusion since the incident. Officer Peter Liang, who lives  Read more

The rookie cop who accidentally shot and killed a man in a Brooklyn housing project stairwell Thursday night has remained in seclusion since the incident. Officer Peter Liang, who lives  Read more

Photo by Anders Hviid via Elle Spain Elle Spain recently took a tour inside an 18th-century château that’s been rehabbed by a Dutch family. Located in France’s historical province of  Read more

Photo by Anders Hviid via Elle Spain Elle Spain recently took a tour inside an 18th-century château that’s been rehabbed by a Dutch family. Located in France’s historical province of  Read more

Low-profile Brooklyn investor David Werner, who brings T-shirts with smiley and frowny faces to his high-stakes negotiations, is the biggest buyer of real estate in New York City in 2014  Read more

The wheels are turning again on a push to install a bike path on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge. Read more. Read more

There are neighborhood haunts, and then there are bars worth traveling to because the cocktails are just that good. Our Behind the Bar series profiles the bartenders at these destination  Read more

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s 50th anniversary celebration for the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge turned out to be mostly a celebration of itself — and rather a lonely one at that. Read more.  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

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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

Photo by Emily Andrews via Dwell · Inside China’s first stock exchange building. · ’80s contemporary perfect for water lovers. · http://www.dwell.com/houses-we-love/article/house-week-striking-wooden-ceiling-new-zealand”>New Zealand home has a herringbone-patterned ceiling. · Hideously  Read more

Photo by Gennady Favel Morning Mug is our daily showcase of photographs from our readers. If you have a photograph that you’d like to see featured, send it to photos@sheepsheadbites.com.  Read more

Photo by Gennady Favel Morning Mug is our daily showcase of photographs from our readers. If you have a photograph that you’d like to see featured, send it to photos@sheepsheadbites.com.  Read more

The man told the police he had been cleaning his gun on Saturday when it discharged in the family’s apartment in East New York. Read more

You’ve spent winter on the Gowanus, now try summer in Chernobyl! Read more. Read more

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