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The planned tallest tower in the world built via modular construction—stalled at ten (of 32) stories next to the Barclays Center—may be not just delayed but also defective.The tower, known  Read more

The NYCHA dwellings in best condition are in Staten Island. The worst are in the Bronx, followed by Brooklyn. (Stringer)On Sunday, Comptroller Scott Stringer called for the projected surpluses from  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

Ivan Ramen’s Lancaster okonomiyaki. East village entrepreneur Bon Yagi might not have introduced okonomiyaki to New York when he started serving the savory Japanese cabbage pancake at his street-food shack,  Read more

This official dispatch just in regarding this year’s Cranberry Street Fair: Read more

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From 2-4:30 PM on Saturday, September 27, Tabla Rasa Gallery, at 224 48th Street (between 2nd and 3rd Avenues) in Sunset Park, will host a closing party for "Outside, Inside"  Read more

Those explosions of joy tonight are courtesy of... Read more

Those explosions of joy tonight are courtesy of... Read more

Yet another vacant lot in Brooklyn’s farther reaches is falling to Mayor de Blasio’s affordable housing push. A neighborhood “eyesore” in Brownsville will see new life as a four-story, 15-unit  Read more

Raccoons have infiltrated almost every part of our city, from the Bronx to City Hall, from the John Varvatos store in SoHo to Park Slope. They’re immune to shooing, and  Read more

The Screecher says there’s a better way to work out your frustrations — on the dance floor! Read more. Read more

Lots to do today at the Brooklyn Book Festival. Aside from the endlessly fascinating marketplace where established, indie and emerging publishers of all stripes display their wares, there’s an amazing  Read more

Lots to do today at the Brooklyn Book Festival. Aside from the endlessly fascinating marketplace where established, indie and emerging publishers of all stripes display their wares, there’s an amazing  Read more

The potential losers in the dispute over the stalled B2 tower include Skanska USA and Forest City Ratner, partners in--and now legal adversaries regarding--the factory set up to supply what  Read more

Careful how you crane your neck in this city or you’ll be branded a tourist! One Brooklyn woman learned that the hard way as she paused to gaze upward in...  Read more

Careful how you crane your neck in this city or you’ll be branded a tourist! One Brooklyn woman learned that the hard way as she paused to gaze upward in...  Read more

You can’t smoke in bars, restaurants, your apartment, the office, the beach or in city parks — and now you can’t even smoke on the Internet. A Brooklyn woman claims...  Read more

Because Park Slope moms have advice for Kate Middleton, check out today’s end-of-day links: Danny DeVito’s Twitter hijinks, Daily Show shocks Washington football fans, yeah Jeets, subway felonies drop, and  Read more

Both "Funk, God, Jazz and Medicine: Black Radical Brooklyn", the free public art exhibition that opened today at 158 Buffalo Avenue in Crown Heights/Bedford-Stuyvesant, and its host, Weeksville Heritage Center,  Read more

Both "Funk, God, Jazz and Medicine: Black Radical Brooklyn", the free public art exhibition that opened today at 158 Buffalo Avenue in Crown Heights/Bedford-Stuyvesant, and its host, Weeksville Heritage Center,  Read more

This week, the NYPD and the Department of Transportation will go into schools, churches, and senior centers in the 66th Precinct to educate the public about pedestrian and driver safety  Read more

Some residents of Prospect-Lefferts Gardens are up in arms after the discovery that an unmarked building in the neighborhood is home to over a dozen violent sex offenders. Located at  Read more

Big things will be happening to the north and south of Brooklyn Heights next weekend. To our south, on Atlantic Avenue, the Atlantic Antic, Brooklyn’s largest street fair, will have  Read more

Big things will be happening to the north and south of Brooklyn Heights next weekend. To our south, on Atlantic Avenue, the Atlantic Antic, Brooklyn’s largest street fair, will have  Read more

Argyle Yarn Shop has announced the schedule for its fall knitting workshops. Learn how to make something great for yourself, your family, and your friends.

Seamless Kid's Raglan Pullover Sweater Workshop

Two  Read more

Argyle Yarn Shop has announced the schedule for its fall knitting workshops. Learn how to make something great for yourself, your family, and your friends.

Seamless Kid's Raglan Pullover Sweater Workshop

Two  Read more

Bookworms rejoice! Fall means Brooklyn Book Festival time, and there’s a stack of events for book lovers and wannabe wordsmiths to catch at the ninth incarnation of the event at  Read more

Bookworms rejoice! Fall means Brooklyn Book Festival time, and there’s a stack of events for book lovers and wannabe wordsmiths to catch at the ninth incarnation of the event at  Read more

The police say that they have arrested one of the suspects who attacked a woman walking in Brooklyn last month. However, they hope the public can help them find the  Read more

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