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parking regulations--normally in effect on weekdays and Saturdays so

that streets can be cleaned--will be suspended on Wednesday, May 31st, and Thursday, June 1st, for  Read more

Alternate side of the street

parking regulations--normally in effect on weekdays and Saturdays so

that streets can be cleaned--will be suspended on Wednesday, May 31st, and Thursday, June 1st, for  Read more

Paint with Pinot's Palette

Saturday, June 3rd, 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Follow along with an artist as you create a one-of-a-kind painting to take home with you. All adults and children  Read more

While many consider Memorial Day to be the “unofficial first day of summer,” the day is about a lot more. We greatly appreciate those who we lost during their active  Read more

While many consider Memorial Day to be the “unofficial first day of summer,” the day is about a lot more. We greatly appreciate those who we lost during their active  Read more

The Silverfern Group where Clive Holmes is a co-managing partner, and The Riverside Company joined forces and purchased Waste Services Group earlier this year. Serving the commercial and industrial  Read more

Catching up on some 2011-12 eminent domain reading...The Fordham Urban Law Journal hoted a debate between NYU Professor Roderick Hills and Ilya Somin on the eminent domain decisions by the  Read more

A Brooklyn man who confronted some rowdy panhandling performers was attacked with his own hula hoop Sunday after standing up to defend an older couple who had declined to donate  Read more

A Brooklyn man who confronted some rowdy panhandling performers was attacked with his own hula hoop Sunday after standing up to defend an older couple who had declined to donate  Read more

The ex-con accused of fatally shooting his wife in the head on a Coney Island sidewalk gloated about it moments later — to her mother, a witness told The Post  Read more

The ex-con accused of fatally shooting his wife in the head on a Coney Island sidewalk gloated about it moments later — to her mother, a witness told The Post  Read more

With roughly two years left before the L train shuts down for repairs, developers aren’t wasting time. Already previously less desirable areas in Greenpoint and South Williamsburg are hot grounds  Read more

With roughly two years left before the L train shuts down for repairs, developers aren’t wasting anytime. Already, previously less desirable areas in Greenpoint and South Williamsburg are hot grounds  Read more

 

It was with some trepidation on Wednesday that I visited Mad Tropical, the former Greenpoint pop-up bar that opened in the old Tandem space in Bushwick last weekend. I  Read more

Your correspondent apologizes for the delay in posting this, but violence came to Court Street during rush hour on Thursday when robbers hit Court Jeweler at 60 Court St., reports  Read more

            

We know there will be babka, but now Two Trees has shared new images of what their long-gestating Domino Sugar Factory project along the Williamsburg waterfront in Brooklyn. One  Read more

            

We know there will be babka, but now Two Trees has shared new images of what their long-gestating Domino Sugar Factory project along the Williamsburg waterfront in Brooklyn. One  Read more

A woman was followed into a Brooklyn restaurant’s bathroom by a person who then exposed his genitals, police say. [ more › ] Read more

A woman was followed into a Brooklyn restaurant’s bathroom by a person who then exposed his genitals, police say. [ more › ] Read more

The renovation of the Paramount Theatre, at Long Island University and the DeKalb Avenue subway stop in Brooklyn, is moving ahead. (And, as I've observed, that's bad news for the  Read more

It’s Mayor de Blasio’s signature move — failing to follow bureaucratic rules for the two Brooklyn buildings he owns. He’s been unable to register the two residences he rents to  Read more

It’s Mayor de Blasio’s signature move — failing to follow bureaucratic rules for the two Brooklyn buildings he owns. He’s been unable to register the two residences he rents to  Read more

Hootenanny Pop-up Activist Art Shop and Cocktail Party   Read more

Hootenanny Pop-up Activist Art Shop and Cocktail Party   Read more

If you’ve noticed a loud, rhythmic noise coming from the direction of the East River today, it appears to be a repeat of a problem we had last Labor Day  Read more

If you’ve noticed a loud, rhythmic noise coming from the direction of the East River today, it appears to be a repeat of a problem we had last Labor Day  Read more

A 65-year-old found herself $28,000 poorer after a run-in with two scammers earlier this month. Apparently they told her they needed to see her cash before they could trust her  Read more

A 65-year-old found herself $28,000 poorer after a run-in with two scammers earlier this month. Apparently they told her they needed to see her cash before they could trust her  Read more

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