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There's an interesting nugget in Lois Weiss's New York Post article today, REBNY, set, go: The Most Ingenious Deal of the Year nominees, regarding the nomination of the Forest City  Read more

The 2nd annual 5x10 Talks are taking place at 7:30 pm on Wednesday, May 6th at BRIC. Might want to buy your tickets now, as last year's event sold out.  Read more

A clean-water activist plans to take the ultimate plunge on Earth Day, swimming 1.8 miles through Brooklyn’s nautical purgatory — the Gowanus Canal. Read more. Read more

The back end of a tractor-trailer smashed into a wall in Williamsburg where a group of activists were installing a memorial to New Yorkers killed in traffic accidents. Read more.  Read more

Class ended early for students at IS 201 when a wall collapsed into a packed fourth-floor classroom on April 20. Read more. Read more

Families flocked to the Audubon Center at Prospect Park on April 19 for a day of fishing, bird-watching, music, and trash clean-up in an early celebration of Earth Day. The  Read more

Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson must toughen up on crime, cops said Monday, responding to a Post analysis of felony arrests that showed a far lower rate of indictments than...  Read more

The Key Food that has been long-awaited by Windsor Terrace residents will open soon under the name Windsor Farms Market. Some of the items it will stock are fresh produce,  Read more

Starting at 8:45 AM on Sunday, May 3, at the Peristyle, 96 Parkside Avenue in Prospect Park, all are invited to join the CAMBA 5/10K run/walk, a fundraiser for the  Read more

Serial gets a Peabody, a very intimate cocaine smuggling, dog gets great bday gift, Kraft ditches artificial coloring in mac & cheese, spa loses fish appeal and more day’s end  Read more

Smith Street from President Street, looking over downtown Brooklyn. Read more

All photos by Randall Connaughton via Thorncrown Chapel Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice E. Fay Jones and completed in 1980, the Thorncrown Chapel in Arkansas’ Ozark Mountains quickly became  Read more

Helsinki’s South Harbor seen from the North, now the focus of two large-scale international architecture competitions. Image via After the open competition to design the new Guggenheim Helsinki drew  Read more

Photo by Edward Butera/IBI Designs, Inc. via The Wall Street Journal A massive estate in Manalapan, Florida, known as Gemini is being put on the market for “almost $200 million”  Read more

Photo: Borough Hall Plaza, by MK MetzAfter years of complaints and at least one lawsuit, a $11 million reconstruction of Borough Hall Plaza has actually begun.BP Eric Adams made rebuilding  Read more

Missoula’s U.S. Bureau of Land Management was recently inundated with applications after advertising an opportunity to live in an abandoned mining town and watch over some cabins. Many of the  Read more

- Brooklyn Film Festival coming next month to Brooklyn Heights, Sunset Park and Bay Ridge. [BFF]- Cops increase their presence at Brooklyn Bridge Park's Pier 2 since last week's gunfire.  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

In the wake of multiple reports that insurance companies underpaid Superstorm Sandy victims by altering damage assessment forms — from Manhattan Beach and Coney Island — Councilman Mark Treyger is  Read more

DENVER — Two people injured when a tour bus carrying Brooklyn-based performer Twin Shadow crashed into a tractor-trailer in Colorado remain in serious condition. Brooke Black, a publicist for Twin...  Read more

"Has anybody seen my opponent?" Democrat Vinnie Gentile wagged at a one-hour candidate debate in Bensonhurst yesterday, organized by a coalition of local advocacy and social service organizations, at which  Read more

Community Board 2’s Transportation Committee will meet tomorrow (Tuesday, April 21) evening at 6:00 in the first floor board room at St. Francis College, 180 Remsen Street. According to C.B.  Read more

Yeah, your Monday morning probably sucked, because A) it’s Monday and didn’t we just do this like three days ago, how is there already another one and B) the heavens  Read more

Last week, quite a few of my friends in Gowanus received letters from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) regarding updated flood maps for New York City.All those who own property  Read more

Tenor Raimundo Santos

At 3 PM on Sunday, May 3, Brooklyn's Regina Opera Company will present "Swing Along Broadway", a 2-hour concert of Broadway favorites and popular songs, at Our Lady  Read more

With California in the midst of its worst drought since the 9th century, William Shatner (Star Trek, S#*! My Dad Says) has a plan to save everyone. It goes like  Read more

THE COMMUTE: Last Thursday, I attended the first of three Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) / Select Bus Service (SBS) Woodhaven / Cross Bay Boulevard workshops and asked a Department of  Read more

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