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A Q train derailed in Brooklyn this morning, according to the MTA. No injuries were reported. [ more › ] Read more

Summer in the city and the music is fine. This is the final concert in First Presbyterian Church’s series, curated by Reverend Adriene Thorne. Come out for our final outdoor  Read more

A plainclothes officer shot and wounded an armed man in Crown Heights early Friday morning, according to police. The unidentified officer was on patrol with two other members of the  Read more

The Ride: It may be too little, too late, but the Cyclones are rolling! Read more. Read more

The Ride: It may be too little, too late, but the Cyclones are rolling! Read more. Read more

It doesn’t look like the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey plans to sell the 80-acre Red Hook Container Terminal anytime soon, mostly due to — you guessed  Read more

It doesn’t look like the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey plans to sell the 80-acre Red Hook Container Terminal anytime soon, mostly due to — you guessed  Read more

From the July issue: Real estate news about trophy penthouse sales in Manhattan and new high-end condo projects in Brooklyn has become virtually inescapable. And in many cases, the agents  Read more

From the July issue: Real estate news about trophy penthouse sales in Manhattan and new high-end condo projects in Brooklyn has become virtually inescapable. And in many cases, the agents  Read more

I'm just reading the tea leaves here, but a look at New York State's database of corporations suggests that plans for 615 Dean Street, aka B12, are further ahead than  Read more

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens: A woman shredded her arms as she shattered a window in an attempt to jump from her Prospect-Lefferts Gardens apartment on July 18. Read more. Read more

Editor’s Picks: This week we’ve got the return of Union Hall, a party on a boat, and cartoons galore! Brooklyn is the place to be! Read more. Read more

Music: All roads lead to Brooklyn — whether you like it or not! Read more. Read more

The Eagle reports that today New York Supreme Court Justice Lucy Billings denied the Brooklyn Heights Association’s motion for a temporary restraining order to keep the developers of the two  Read more

The Eagle reports that today New York Supreme Court Justice Lucy Billings denied the Brooklyn Heights Association’s motion for a temporary restraining order to keep the developers of the two  Read more

Perhaps the landlord was hearing the words of Robert Frost: “Something there is that doesn’t love a [Great] [W]all….” Photo: Martha Foley for BHB. Read more

Apart from the weekend long absence of 2 and 3 service, which means no service at Clark Street or on the 2/3 platforms at Borough Hall, service should, barring the  Read more

They’re purrfect frenemies! In a bizarre case of nurture over nature, a Brooklyn “cat cafe” is using rats as surrogate parents and playmates for orphaned kittens, tossing the rodents in  Read more

A missing Brooklyn woman was found dead Thursday in a furniture store owned by her violent ex-husband — wrapped in a blanket with trauma to her head, according to police  Read more

A missing Brooklyn woman was found dead Thursday in a furniture store owned by her violent ex-husband — wrapped in a blanket with trauma to her head, according to police  Read more

Long Island landlord Michael Rubin picked up an eight-building Bronx-centric multifamily package for $35 million, sources told The Real Deal. It’s the third time the properties have traded in five  Read more

Long Island landlord Michael Rubin picked up an eight-building Bronx-centric multifamily package for $35 million, sources told The Real Deal. It’s the third time the properties have traded in five  Read more

According to this week’s market reports, Tribeca’s outrageous median sales price is only getting bigger, while office sales prices in Manhattan crossed the $1,000 per square foot benchmark for the  Read more

According to this week’s market reports, Tribeca’s outrageous median sales price is only getting bigger, while office sales prices in Manhattan crossed the $1,000 per square foot benchmark for the  Read more

Crown Heights, the prison drama about the life of a wrongfully convicted Brooklyn man, is coming to the big screen next month, and this week we got our first peek  Read more

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