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She keeps turning ’em loose. A day after freeing a gang member who posted an anti-cop death threat online, a Brooklyn judge ignored the admonishment of a court boss —...  Read more

A Message from Empire State Development (ESD) regarding the April 30th public hearing on the Atlantic Yards Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement:

On March 28, 2014, the Board of

Directors  Read more

PUBLIC HEARING on Atlantic Yards

Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement

Wednesday, April 30

5:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Long Island University

Room HS 107

75 DeKalb Avenue

This Wednesday, April 30th starting at 5:30 the Empire  Read more

New York’s Bravest deserted the city’s Finest on Wednesday — abandoning a Brooklyn firehouse next-door to a police station that’s the target of a threat involving the notorious “Black Guerilla...  Read more

Welcome back to Monochromes, a Friday mini-series wherein Curbed delves deep into the Library of Congress’s photographic annals, resurfacing with an armful of old black-and-white photos of architecture and interior  Read more

Photo by Eve Wilson via The Design Files In a year-end review of the best Australian homes, the Design Files has resurfaced the inspiring story of how two sisters, Alice  Read more

Brooklyn BP Eric Adams sends us a video holiday message on Christmas Eve.In it, he looks at the challenges the borough has faced this year and invites residents to the  Read more

The rich are a culture not unlike our own, but also very much unlike our own, because they can afford the kind of things we can only dream of. Their  Read more

Curbed NY today rounds up the most beautiful listings to have hit the market in New York City. Marc Jacobs’ house (at right) made the list, as did the abodes  Read more

Curbed NY today rounds up the most beautiful listings to have hit the market in New York City. Marc Jacobs’ house (at right) made the list, as did the abodes  Read more

Montage via Architect’s Newspaper Italian starchitect Renzo Piano has been fielding criticism all year for his Academy Museum of Motion Pictures project in Los Angeles, which will add a giant  Read more

Representative Michael Grimm (R-11th CD), who entered a guilty plea in a tax fraud case in Brooklyn Federal Court yesterday, is scheduled to be sworn in as a third-term member  Read more

It’s December 2014, which means New Orleans’ beloved purple victorian, the one built in 1881 and once lived in by author Anne Rice (she wrote The Vampire Chronicles), has officially  Read more

It could be curtains for Williamsburg’s old-school diner that currently houses an offshoot of SoHo’s La Esquina. New building applications unearthed by Brownstoner reveal plans to build a six-story building  Read more

The arrest of a bus driver for fatally running over a pedestrian was so unusual that MTA bus operators in Brooklyn refused to leave their depots this morning in protest,  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

Photo by Todd Davis Architecture via Inhabitat Over in San Francisco, where a former boiler room was recently converted into a hip tiny guesthouse, this former dry-cleaner-turned-World-War-II-munitions-depot has found similar  Read more

Here’s the break from the culinary stressfest holiday hosts have been waiting for: a visual feast of exceptional kitchens designed over the last half-century. Watch as the perky tones of  Read more

The railcar-style diner first opened in 1952.

Less than a day after we learned that beloved Sheepshead Bay diner El Greco will be razed to accommodate a condominium complex, Brownstoner learns  Read more

The Downtown station house that lost two officers to a deranged gunman in Bedford-Stuyvesant on Saturday will get a memorial wall inside commemorating their lives, care of its community council.  Read more

Winter is death. That’s why we have holidays, and by extension, classic holiday films starring Macaulay Culkin, to distract us. The Daily Mail has done just the opposite with a  Read more

From all of us at Sheepshead Bites, to all of our readers – have a Merry Christmas! Even if you don’t celebrate, we hope you have a fantastic day. For  Read more

Santa Claus is pretty great, for a lawless vigilante. He brings toys to good little girls and boys while ruthlessly dashing the hopes and dreams of terrible kids who kick  Read more

Noted artist and art collector Hunt Slonem is relocating his studio and offices to Sunset Park from Hudson Yards. Slonem inked a 15-year lease for nearly 31,000 square feet on  Read more

Photos via Curbed LA A ton of midcentury modern homes went on sale in Los Angeles this year—a few John Lautner masterpieces and Neutra after Neutra after Neutra, basically—but here’s  Read more

Photo by Chris Clarke via Messy Nessy Chic There is a cinderblock Barclay’s bank, a desolate kebab shop, and the most depressing pizza parlor ever built. None of the stores  Read more

Rendering via Guggenheim Foundation Frank “Just Crumples Up Pieces of Paper and Calls Them Building Models” Gehry sat down with the New York Times earlier this month to talk about  Read more

Now that winter has made its official debut this week and we brace ourselves for plummeting temperatures, we wanted to pass on some tips to make your heating bill a  Read more

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