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Current reader favorites: 1. DTZ to buy Cushman & Wakefield for $2B 2. Manhattan condos and co-ops see record inventory shortage 3. Goodbye Brooklyn: bargain hunting in Manhattan 4. Extell’s  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 it to photos@sheepsheadbites.com.  Read more

.@LindsayLohan's in New York to begin her community service at a Brooklyn children’s center. http://t.co/UoKOweL20K pic.twitter.com/3repCY31BX— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) May 12, 2015- De Blasio to deploy ‘SWAT Teams’  Read more

The $50 million renovation of Brooklyn’s famed McCarren Park pool complex three years ago left its historic bathhouses plagued by water leaks, a cracking facade and other problems, according to...  Read more

Brooklyn An opportunistic thief robbed a sleeping man as he was riding a subway train in Williamsburg, authorities said Monday. The drunken 24-year-old victim got on an L train at...  Read more

Our friends at the Brooklyn Heights Association let us know that there will be an e-waste recycling event this weekend at the First Unitarian Church Chapel, Pierrepont Street between Monroe  Read more

Our friends at the Brooklyn Heights Association let us know that there will be an e-waste recycling event this weekend at the First Unitarian Church Chapel, Pierrepont Street between Monroe  Read more

Rosean S. Hargrave has served over 20 years in prison and was released in April after a State Supreme Court judge said his conviction was based on flawed detective work.  Read more

Rosean S. Hargrave has served over 20 years in prison and was released in April after a State Supreme Court judge said his conviction was based on flawed detective work.  Read more

The Poplar Street Community Garden, located at Hicks and Poplar streets, is having its annual Spring Workday this Saturday, May 16, from noon to 3:00 p.m. Come to get hands-on  Read more

Dean Skelos stepped down today as majority leader of the New York State Senate, after trying for a week to hang onto his post despite facing federal corruption charges.

He  Read more

The Sunset Park community will host a "Rally to Preserve New York City's Public Assets" from 6:30 to 8:00 PM on Tuesday, May 12 at the offices of Brooklyn Community  Read more

This year, the Dreamland Roller Disco series returns to the LeFrak Center at Lakeside in Prospect Park on 22 Friday nights, beginning May 15 through October 9, with on-rink performances,  Read more

This year, the Dreamland Roller Disco series returns to the LeFrak Center at Lakeside in Prospect Park on 22 Friday nights, beginning May 15 through October 9, with on-rink performances,  Read more

The Art Room, at 8710 Third Avenue in Bay Ridge, will host its annual Summer Art Camp for children ages 5-12 from July 6 through August 27.

The program, which covers  Read more

Past photoThe construction activity on Atlantic Avenue on the north flank of the Barclays Center--involving lane closures, scaffolding, and a crane for the green roof--has apparently taken its toll on  Read more

According to a COMMUNITY NOTICE issued today by Pacific Park Brooklyn, utility work--part of the West Portal construction for Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park--will require Sixth Avenue between Atlantic Avenue and Pacific Street to  Read more

Starbucks mini Frapps, Devil Wears Prada musical, Kenan Thompsom returns to SNL, Madoff’s right hand man dies, guinea pigs rescued and more day’s end links. Don’t forget to follow Gothamist  Read more

Starbucks mini Frapps, Devil Wears Prada musical, Kenan Thompsom returns to SNL, Madoff’s right hand man dies, guinea pigs rescued and more day’s end links. Don’t forget to follow Gothamist  Read more

This Thursday evening, May 14, and the subsequent two Thursdays, Brooklyn Bridge Park, in conjunction with BRIC, will present the fifth annual series of Celebrate Brooklyn! dance parties, to be  Read more

Photo courtesy of Small is Beautiful After a recent episode of Portlandia epically skewered the tiny house movement, it may be time again to look at the micro living phenomenon  Read more

Photo by Christopher Barrett courtesy of SOM This morning, the highly anticipated new UI Labs Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute (DMDII) opened on Chicago’s Goose Island, a fast-rising tech  Read more

Amir Aframian, an investment sales broker whose roster of deals includes the sale of a $130 million Soho development site to Michael Shvo, is striking out on his own with  Read more

It seems safe to say that this bearded resident of the Chicago suburbs who is offering his “sweet tent” (and really, to even call it a tent is a bit  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

Architect Travis Price is known for building condo developments in Washington, D.C., made completely out of shipping containers. Describing his style as “ecological modernism,” his goal is to push the  Read more

All photos courtesy Hammer Architects via Dezeen. Though it’s known as a hotspot for Modernist architecture, Cape Cod can still learn a few new tricks, architecturally speaking. This new take  Read more

Looking for the truth? According to Bay Improvement Group, assorted unnamed blogs and newspapers lie – so you can go and get the “real truth” about the history of the  Read more

In an effort to beef up security after a series of minor breaches, the White House reportedly considered, very briefly, a moat. That idea was quickly abandoned, of course, but  Read more

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