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Check out the latest house-for-sale in a quaint, tucked-away corner of Flatbush — in what a 1923 New York Times writer called, “the most desirable corner in Flatbush.” Martense Court,  Read more

Actress Chloë Sevigny is packing up and moving out of Park Slope, the area she once described as “the dorkiest, hokiest neighborhood.” Sevigny purchased the four-bedroom, three-bathroom apartment at 9  Read more

Public school spring break runs from Monday, April 10 through Tuesday, April 18. Parochial schools have some crossover with that beginning on Thursday, April 13 and running through the following  Read more

Another farm-to-table concept restaurant enters the Brooklyn restaurant scene. Cooks & Captains officially opened in the former Grand Central Oyster Bar space at 254 5th Avenue (between Garfield Place and  Read more

One of the largest developments on 5th Avenue in Park Slope is getting closer to becoming reality: Avery Hall Investments has finally sealed the $45 million deal to acquire the  Read more

Help cops catch a man suspected of lobbing a chunk of ice through the Roll N’ Roaster window in Sheepshead Bay. The suspect allegedly hit Roll N’ Roasters, at 2901  Read more

Help cops catch a man suspected of lobbing a chunk of ice through the Roll N’ Roaster window in Sheepshead Bay. The suspect allegedly hit Roll N’ Roasters, at 2901  Read more

For business owners Molly Watman and Emma Graves, skin, the body’s largest organ, is the real window to your soul. “We see your skin as exhibiting what’s going on inside  Read more

For business owners Molly Watman and Emma Graves, skin, the body’s largest organ, is the real window to your soul. “We see your skin as exhibiting what’s going on inside  Read more

The battle continues over the opening of a senior men’s homeless shelter at 1173 Bergen Street in Crown Heights. Today Brooklyn Supreme Court Judge Katherine Levine issued a temporary injunction  Read more

The battle continues over the opening of a senior men’s homeless shelter at 1173 Bergen Street in Crown Heights. Today Brooklyn Supreme Court Judge Katherine Levine issued a temporary injunction  Read more

To celebrate its 40th anniversary, the Public Art Fund will present Good Fences Make Good Neighbors, a city-wide exhibition by world-renowned artist and activist Ai Weiwei. Ai, a vocal advocate  Read more

To celebrate its 40th anniversary, the Public Art Fund will present Good Fences Make Good Neighbors, a city-wide exhibition by world-renowned artist and activist Ai Weiwei. Ai, a vocal advocate  Read more

The Fort Greene/Clinton Hill Senior Resource Fair returns tomorrow, March 29, from 11am to 2pm at Mercy Home at 273 Willoughby Avenue (at Classon Avenue). The free event, presented by  Read more

The Fort Greene/Clinton Hill Senior Resource Fair returns tomorrow, March 29, from 11am to 2pm at Mercy Home at 273 Willoughby Avenue (at Classon Avenue). The free event, presented by  Read more

Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College concludes its season on May 13th with a concert by iconic R&B artist Chaka Khan. One of the most influential singers  Read more

Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College concludes its season on May 13th with a concert by iconic R&B artist Chaka Khan. One of the most influential singers  Read more

A vacant lot located on 9th Street between 3rd & 4th Avenues in Gowanus may be the final resting place of hundreds of war heroes. Many locals, historians, and even  Read more

A vacant lot located on 9th Street between 3rd & 4th Avenues in Gowanus may be the final resting place of hundreds of war heroes. Many locals, historians, and even  Read more

The Department of Transportation (DOT) failed to sell all Community Board 7 (Sunset Park, Windsor Terrace) members on a bike lane extension on 7th Avenue. DOT presented a proposal last  Read more

After years of petitions, meetings, and voting, the Kensington Dog Run is finally becoming a reality for the many dog owners without direct access to open space. The in-progress designs  Read more

After years of petitions, meetings, and voting, the Kensington Dog Run is finally becoming a reality for the many dog owners without direct access to open space. The in-progress designs  Read more

By Paul Frangipane, Brooklyn News Service A former Brooklyn prosecutor was indicted Monday on federal charges that she forged multiple judges’ signatures to illegally wiretap calls and receive text messages.  Read more

By Paul Frangipane, Brooklyn News Service A former Brooklyn prosecutor was indicted Monday on federal charges that she forged multiple judges’ signatures to illegally wiretap calls and receive text messages.  Read more

The Department of Transportation (DOT) failed to sell Community Board 7 (Sunset Park, Windsor Terrace) on a bike lane extension on 7th Avenue. DOT presented a proposal last Wednesday that  Read more

Doing a report on #traffic dangers on #oceanparkway and it really is no joke. Just witnessed a pretty bad #accident @News12BK #traffic pic.twitter.com/4Ze2PCQR4x — Kathryn Thomson (@kathrynthoms) March 24, 2017  Read more

Doing a report on #traffic dangers on #oceanparkway and it really is no joke. Just witnessed a pretty bad #accident @News12BK #traffic pic.twitter.com/4Ze2PCQR4x — Kathryn Thomson (@kathrynthoms) March 24, 2017  Read more

Passionate Francophiles shouldn’t settle for Parisian-style bistros serving classic French fare. The growing numbers of French ex-pats in Brooklyn have made sampling France’s diverse regional cuisine more viable. But for  Read more

We’re sad to announce your last chance to get the famed disco fries at this 24-hour staple serving generations of Bensonhurst neighbors. The Vegas Diner, a hallmark of old-school Brooklyn  Read more

  A dispute between two men at the Red Hook Houses West at 80 Dwight Street escalated into a gun battle around 10pm on Friday night, according to NYPD. Both  Read more

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