The Brooklyn Wire

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A gun toting man walked into a Bushwick deli and fatally shot a deli worker this morning, cops said. Swadh Maged,52, was standing behind the counter at Deli Grocery on...  Read more

Recently the quaint, desolate neighborhood of Williamsburg was put on the map by an Urban Outfitters Mall, where promises of a better lifestyle await you. But the five floor complex  Read more

Image via facebook.com/parkslopefifthavenueCalling all wannabe graphic artists! Yeah, you, in the back corner of the Tea Lounge. The Park Slope Fifth Ave Business Improvement District (aka, BID, aka, the stretch  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

Because James Franco is very bitchy today, check out today’s mid-day links: Banksy spotted, bacon smell, ‘Mrs. Doubtfire 2,’ bright blue chicken, coming out as a porn star, no one  Read more

Domain Companies is moving full steam ahead with redeveloping a Brooklyn brownfield site after purging the soil of oil contamination. The Manhattan-based developer is nearly finished with the construction of  Read more

Mapo tofu redux. Perhaps because you cannot serve a dish of Benton’s country ham and rice cakes for one night only and call it at that, Danny Bowien has just  Read more

British architect David Chipperfield was awarded the prestigious commission for the new Nobel Center in Stockholm, Sweden just weeks ago, but there are already protestors all riled up about the  Read more

New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer announced the formation of a Sandy Oversight Unit this morning, with its first task slated to be an audit of the Build it Back  Read more

It might be embarrassing when your mom tries to use the internet to set you up on dates, or interrupts your thug life screeds, or is identified by the NY  Read more

Fans who love their pop music served up with a dose of electronica and ’60s British influence should clear their calendars for the next couple weeks, because there are a  Read more

“Mark Zuckerberg is a very focused kid,” starchitect Frank Gehry tells the London Evening Standard. “He saw my office and he wanted the look for his offices.” On interior design,  Read more

Womenswear boutique Otte first opened in 1999 back in Williamsburg, and this month, owner Kay Lee and team will return to the exact street where it all began for a  Read more

In addition to the $42 million in federal funds allotted to business recovery and programs to assist owners of storm-damaged homes, the U.S. government intends to give the Metropolitan Transportation  Read more

Rendering via Curbed NY Designed by NYC-based architects Chad kellogg and Matt Bowles of AMLGM, this tubular sea monster of transit hub could someday terrorize the people of Queens, N.Y.—at  Read more

More details have emerged in the bank robbery spree we told you about earlier this week, in which four banks were hit in a span of just two hours. Originally,  Read more

Happy almost Easter, peep munchers. As you gear up for a diabetic coma of jelly bean proportions, I suggest you get out the house and live it up in the  Read more

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At 1 PM on Monday, April 28, alumni of Bishop Ford Central Catholic High School will stage a rally in front of the school, at 500 19th  Read more

Rendering via Architectural Record It’s easy to fault Walmart for disrupting “mainstreet” America by pricing out small retailers, but thing get a bit more complicated when the corporate giant engages  Read more

Outside the Williamsburg store. Photo by Driely S. Bird has been defining what Brooklyn style means for the past fifteen years, but will the pioneer boutique, which has locations in  Read more

Many Atlantans have wondered what exactly this aluminum-sided compound might be, and now, Curbed Atlanta reveals it as an unlikely contemporary home. On the market for $3.5M, the pricey, severe  Read more

John Avila, the expert pitmaster who opened Morgan’s Brooklyn Barbecue just this past fall, has now parted ways with the restaurant. Avila came to the project after working at Austin’s  Read more

The Environmental Protection Agency's Gowanus Canal Community Advisory Group will hold its next meeting on Tuesday, April 22, at 6:30 PM.  The meeting will be held at Mary Star of The  Read more

The Raptors will be no match for the Nets, says our columnist. Read more. Read more

Our columnist boldly predicts the Nets will take this one in six games, thanks to the Raptors inexperience. Read more. Read more

Curbed NY recently showcased photographer Bob Estremera’s series on the windows of New York City. Echoing one illustrator’s ongoing ode to NYC windows, Estremera was stuck by the “combination of  Read more

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