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Photo by Giorgi Mchedlishvili 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

As I wrote, Brooklyn Community Board 8 will hold a public hearing tonight at 7 pm on the New York City School Construction Authority's (SCA) plans to create a primary and intermediate  Read more

As shown in the photo at right, yesterday, New York City sent a Parks Department Forestry truck to Carlton Avenue between Dean and Pacific streets, aiming to protect a vulnerable  Read more

Tom Colicchio, “Top Chef” judge and owner of Craft Rest […] Read more

A 34-year-old woman is dead after an illegal cosmetic procedure gone wrong. http://t.co/UYjMz7ioRf pic.twitter.com/oSPbQDZxFk— NY1 News (@NY1) June 3, 2015- Brooklyn man charged in unprovoked A-train slashing of Swedish tourist  Read more

Residents in the Brooklyn neighborhood that suffered the highest number of May shootings demanded more cops from Mayor de Blasio on Tuesday — as NYPD sources said the force was...  Read more

The 4-year-old Brooklyn boy who miraculously survived after being run over by a car Monday was all smiles just a day later as he held balloons and ate candy at...  Read more

A Brooklyn mom suing her daughter for allegedly swiping a $1 million lottery jackpot won a court order Tuesday barring her kid from accessing the cash. Brooklyn Judge Martin Solomon...  Read more

Brooklyn Police have identified the man they allege murdered a 27-year-old guy in a Flatbush bodega last week. Patrick Zephir, 34, gunned down Raphael Kurton in a store on Newkirk  Read more

Plus more relentless crime from Fort Greene and Clinton Hill’s 88th Precinct. Read more. Read more

The theft leads this week’s 68th Precinct police blotter. Read more. Read more

The artist reception for MB Green Arts' "Otto Neals: an Artistic Legacy" exhibit is scheduled from 6-8 PM on Thursday, June 4 at Tabla Rasa Gallery, at 224 48th Street  Read more

Doors open at 6:30 PM and showtime is 8 PM on Saturday, June 6, when the Raccoon Lodge presents "Kaukarano: The Marjorie Thompson Memorial Concert," featuring guitar legend Jorma Kaukonen,  Read more

The new space will be more than three times larger than the previous one. Read more. Read more

There are fewer than three weeks left in this year’s legislative session, and Governor Andrew Cuomo and state lawmakers have done nothing to close the $14 billion dollar gap in  Read more

A 96-year-old Brooklyn man who was struck by a car last month has succumbed to his injuries, cops said Tuesday. Irwin Mayer was walking on East 22nd Street when he...  Read more

A photo of Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, decorated for last year’s London Festival of Architecture. With London itself experiencing a building boom of epic proportions—263 buildings over 20 stories are  Read more

$30,000/month in New York rents you this glassy and curvy townhouse in Tribeca From sprawling mansions in Atlanta to a $70,000/month oceanfront house in Miami (oh, and a legitimate castle  Read more

In case you need further proof that the Dutch have had a lock on innovations in the world of art basically forever, look no further than Pieter Jansz Saenredam, who  Read more

Image via Vadolibero Though more and more city dwellers are taking up bikes as transportation, it’s safe to say that few have the luxury of storing them in roomy garages.  Read more

Say you’re considering following a certain friend down to New Orleans. Craigslist and other rental sites can tend to feel like hellscapes while wading through pages of garishly furnished corporate  Read more

Celebrity chef and “Top Chef” judge Tom Colicchio is unpacking his knives in Fort Greene, having paid $2.4 million for a townhouse in the neighborhood, according to property records filed  Read more

Lots of people say they love dogs, but a very small percentage of those people put their money where their mouth is and book a stay in a one-room bed-and-breakfast  Read more

Since purchasing the house in 1999, Calvin Klein was always intensely private about publicity and photos of his North Bay Road house in Miami Beach. Bruce Weber photographed it for  Read more

Pedestrians once again took over Sheepshead Bay Road this Sunday for the Sheepshead Summer Stroll, a day-long event celebrating the shops and people along the commercial strip. Thousands visited throughout  Read more

Photos courtesy of Miya Ando and the Sundaram Tagore Gallery (bottom) American artist Miya Ando descends from a family of Japanese sword-smiths and Buddhist priests—an influence that manifests strongly in  Read more

All photos by Andrew Pielage Photography The beauty of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West may be eternal, but the incandescent bulbs that illuminate it are ... not. That recently changed  Read more

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