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From Pacific Park Brooklyn web siteLet's acknowledge that Thomas Balsley, the landscape architect behind the latest iteration of planned Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park open space, has an impressive record. (Here's an  Read more

 Bastille Day will be celebrated in Brooklyn on Sunday, July 12 on Smith Street in its usual fabulous manner.Photo: MK MetzFrench folk and those who love them will crowd Smith  Read more

A hard-hearted home-invader swiped hundreds of dollars from an old lady in her Carroll Gardens apartment on Friday, according to police. Read more. Read more

A pattern of paintball attacks on Orthodox Jews in Williamsburg has police hunting for the punks involved in the crimes. During the latest incident a 62-year-old man was struck in...  Read more

A Brooklyn man who spent half his life behind bars for a murder he didn’t commit says the lawyers that got him freed are committing another injustice against him —...  Read more

One school’s trash . . . A Brooklyn teacher who quit amid claims he repeatedly bedded a student easily landed another gig in New Jersey — where school officials were  Read more

Four people were stabbed in separate incidents Monday night in Queens, Brooklyn and the Bronx. A member of the Latin Kings was stabbed by his girlfriend, also a member of...  Read more

Police are looking for the firebug who tossed some leftover Fourth of July fireworks into a marked patrol car and set it ablaze in Fort Greene. The miscreant was standing...  Read more

Pacific Park, BrooklynAtlantic Yards Report had created an excellent in-depth analysis of why ballyhooed Pacific Park, the privately managed open space being planned for Atlantic Yards' Pacific Heights 14-tower mega-development,  Read more

Last Wednesday evening your correspondent went on a tour through Brooklyn Bridge Park of “Brooklyn’s Waterfront History” led by Julie Golia (photo), a Columbia history PhD and Director of Public  Read more

Brooklyn Police are searching for a man who robbed two cabbies in Coney Island last month, cops said. In the first robbery, the suspect hailed a taxi outside the Carey...  Read more

Africa House image courtesy Association for the Preservation of Historic Natchitoches It was “the oldest building of African design, built by Blacks for the use of Blacks,” in the country,  Read more

From 2 to 3 PM on Monday, July 20, Fort Hamilton Library, at 9424 Fourth Avenue in Bay Ridge, will host a free screening of "Curtain up: The School of  Read more

This design for a a Cirque du Soleil Performance Center in Brooklyn, New York was thought up by a group of architecture students from Studio Hani Rashid at the University  Read more

At 225 square feet, Ryan Harris’s East Village apartment is solidly part of the microdwelling club, but when he signed the lease two years ago, he “kind of thought it  Read more

From Pacific Park Brooklyn web siteLet's acknowledge that Thomas Balsley, the landscape architect behind the latest iteration of planned Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park open space, has an impressive record. (Here's an  Read more

Welcome to Curbed’s new weekly round-up of architecture and design on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and (god forbid) even LinkedIn. Collected from retweets, intra-office chats, and, well, anything that sent us  Read more

Compass is planting a flag in Brooklyn, following several months of heavy agent recruitment. The startup brokerage inked a deal Monday to lease space at 514 Second Avenue in Park  Read more

Lots to do in southern Brooklyn this week. There’s an info session hosted by City Councilman Chaim Deutsch about job opportunities in Hurricane Sandy-impacted areas, the Brooklyn Cyclones are battling  Read more

If you can get a vintage Streamline trailer up to the roof of a building in NYC, shouldn’t you just be allowed to keep it there? That should be the  Read more

All photos via Dwell This month, Japanese minimalist retailer Muji is launching three new plug-in countertop appliances for the American market. With their ultra clean color and silhouette, the kettle  Read more

Clinton Hill newcomer Emily serves some of the city’s tastiest pizza pies from their wood-fired oven, but if you don’t order their new burger during your meal then you’re an  Read more

Brooklyn developer Joseph Brunner’s most recent deal took him to Manhattan, where he purchased two Nolita rental buildings for $31 million, according to property records filed with the city Monday.  Read more

While New Orleans has always been a city of public art—from sculptures and murals to entertaining graffiti, street performers and strange characters—in the last decade the city has seen a  Read more

Cherry Hill Gourmet Market celebrated its own independence from a long, hard-fought zoning battle by welcoming the community to enjoy free food and music during a Fourth of July party  Read more

While it is certainly very admirable that Henk Rogers, the founder of The Tetris Company, which licenses the Tetris trademark, has made it his mission to “end the use of  Read more

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