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Another one of notorious preacher Devernon LeGrand’s 47 children has sued the city for harassment stemming from a 2013 raid on the murderous minister’s Brooklyn home. Relatives of the deceased...  Read more

Because you want a glow-in-the-dark toilet seat, check out today’s mid-day links: Bushwick community board shenanigans, Bob Dylan performs on Letterman, Kanye West cult game, Florida vaginal exams, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony  Read more

Customers began lining up at 9 a.m., two hours before service began.

After seven burger-less months, Shake Shack’s flagship location finally reopened today in Madison Square Park — to a long,  Read more

Devastated. My friend Seth Kushner died, far too young. A brilliant photographer and writer, a kind, gentle man — Molly Crabapple (@mollycrabapple) May 18, 2015 Photographer, comic writer and  Read more

Photos by Minko Minev, Georgi Petev, Dimitar Karanikolov via Home Adore For two years, Sofia, Bulgaria-based architect Dimitar Karanikolov and interior designer Veneta Nikoliva have been sprucing up Loft 9b,  Read more

The young man accused of kicking a cat through the air in Brooklyn is now a wanted man. A Brooklyn judge issued a warrant Wednesday for Andre Robinson, who was...  Read more

All photos by Heather Saunders Photography via The Huffington Post A recent trial run of a planned October installation and fundraiser gave dozens of Detroit’s master florists a chance to  Read more

We were a little iffy about getting a private jet before we found out about the “Fireless Fireplace” that Lufthansa Technik just announced. But now that you can have fireplaces  Read more

“It reminds me of brioche, but much more fluffy and soft.”

Chef Nir Mesika comes from something like bread-baking royalty. As an orphan in Morocco, Mesika’s grandfather was taken in by  Read more

Jean-Sébastien Lagrange and Raphael Menard, creators of the ZEF table. All images courtesy Jean-Sébastien Lagrange The term “hot seat” may take on a new meaning with this French furniture innovation  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

If you aren’t headed out of town for the long weekend, there’s a lot going on this week to keep... Read More… Read More

The post Your Ideal Week: May 21-May  Read more

Looking to satisfy that craving for sweets? There will be more than a few options with The BITE 2015: Sheepshead coming up on Thursday, May 28, where more than 20  Read more

Developers of Brooklyn rental properties can rest easy these days that demand for their product will be strong. But add ghosts to the equation — and all bets are off.  Read more

Meet Adam Leonti.

Adam Leonti, who has led the kitchen at Philadelphia’s acclaimed Vetri for over four years, is returning to his Brooklyn hometown to serve as the executive chef at  Read more

Zaha Hadid’s latest project in Beijing, the Wangjing Soho Towers, is finally finished and, if you’ve been keeping up with the dame’s work in the Chinese capital, the photos may  Read more

UPDATED 3:15 p.m., May 20: Bushwick as the city’s hottest new tourist destination? It could happen. ... [more] Read more

Bushwick as the city’s hottest new tourist destination? It could happen. ... [more] Read more

A 20-year-old man was fatally stabbed in Williamsburg yesterday yesterday afternoon. [ more › ] Read more

San Francisco is considering adding raised bike lanes like the one that is being tested out on Valencia Street in the Mission District. The raised lanes would provide a built-in  Read more

Ai Weiwei’s Zodiac Heads may be in the midst of a worldwide tour after visiting New York City, Mexico City, and London, but we’ve decided that nothing will beat their  Read more

All images by Petr Krejci An intricate artwork made from thin pieces of wood that run through a cylindrical frame like ribbons, the Invisible Store of Happiness makes a statement  Read more

More than 250 kids, parents and community leaders converged on the Riegelman Boardwalk this Sunday to take a 1.2 mile stroll for a good cause. The fifth annual Walk for  Read more

How about fried chicken and Champange at Birds & Bubbles?

There’s no reason to feel like you’re missing out if you’re staying in the city over the long weekend: For one,  Read more

Architect Annabelle Selldorf appeared in front of the Landmarks Preservation Commission on Tuesday to present a series of proposed alterations to Philip Johnson’s 1958 lauded modernist interior, The Four Seasons  Read more

If you are planning a “staycation” in Brooklyn over Memorial Day weekend, it’s a perfect time to catch up on... Read More… Read More

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The Parks Department wants to remove a bunch of overgrown, invasive plants along Shore Road between Third Avenue and 95th Street so folks on the promenade can have a better  Read more

All images by Tham & Videgård Arkitekter via ArchDaily The thought of the average American house may conjure up visions of suburban living, perhaps a single-family home at the end  Read more

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