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At 8 PM on April 25, Art on the Corner will host the return of Jazz Nite, featuring “Crime Jazz”, a program of crime-themed popular songs by the Broken Reed  Read more

All photos by Birgitta Wolfgang Drejer via New York Cottages & Gardens Usually people talk about trying to be more like the French, but for former Parisian Florence Mars and  Read more

A Long Island City warehouse converted from a 19th-century DeNobili cigar factory is now on the market and is looking to fetch north of $30 million. PDS Development Corp., a  Read more

A group of parents of P.S. 130 students have decided to opt their children out of this month's Common Core-aligned high

stakes testing. They sent this letter to P.S. 130  Read more

Robert Grossman, Wendy Goldstein

According to a media release today, Lutheran Medical Center and NYU Langone have gotten final government approval to merge into an entity known as NYU Lutheran.

Under the  Read more

Passover begins on Friday, when the city’s observant Jews eschew leavened bread products for a full week of chametz-free dining. You could wait on line to pick up Brooklyn-made packages  Read more

Last we checked in, the smallest residence on the market in San Francisco clocked in at a spare 291 square feet. Now an even smaller studio, a TIC on Baker  Read more

'New York Old Iron' salvage place under the 9th Street Culver Viaduct in Gowanus Read more

A four-story Cobble Hill mansion asking nearly $8 million was the priciest home to hit the market in Brooklyn in March, according to listings service Point2 Homes. The 5,000-square-foot Beaux  Read more

Location: Portland, Oregon Price: $885,000 The William E. Brainerd House in Portland has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1979. The 1888 Victorian Italianate villa in the  Read more

Screenshot via Randy Olson Early last month, data scientist Randy Olson took an algorithm he devised for finding Waldo and used it to map out the ultimate U.S. road trip—a  Read more

Fina's sandwich board tempts passersby with an overview of the menu: salad, specialty pies, white pie, calzones, beer, and wine.

Only cash is accepted as payment.

Delivery is provided for  Read more

By Kimberly Conner It was a cold, wet evening, but things heated up quickly. Community members gathered at the Guild for Exceptional Children’s headquarters building (260 68th Street) in Bay  Read more

The New York Post ran a brief story today about an 18-year-old who calls himself Dark.Cyanide who likes to climb to the tops of skyscrapers and take pictures with his  Read more

Good news! It looks as though NYC Department Of Transportation is moving ahead with the much needed repair to the Carroll Street Bridge, which was damaged by floodwater. Craig Hammerman,  Read more

The end of the week is near, and with it comes a slew of holidays including Good Friday, Passover and Easter. The means a few small changes to get around  Read more

Kahlo in the garden of her house, La Casa Azul, in Coyoacán, Mexico City, 1951—Photo: © Gisèle Freund / IMEC / Fonds MCC Famed Mexican painter Frida Kahlo spent the  Read more

A construction worker was killed at a Brooklyn job site Wednesday when he fell from a sixth floor window, officials said. The worker, who was believed to be in his...  Read more

Renovating is never easy, particularly when you’re trying to renovate an active volcanic island in the middle of the ocean that is home to one of the most isolated towns  Read more

Photos via Dezeen The Sunken House, a three-story minimalist box with dark cedar cladding designed by British starchitect and dollhouse designer David Adjaye, sits directly above the future route for  Read more

The city’s Department of Buildings has disapproved the first iteration of plans by Simon Dushinsky’s Rabsky Group to construct a large, full-block apartment building on the Rheingold Brewery site in  Read more

A new bill requiring the city to provide financial outreach and education to young adults was signed into law by Mayor Bill de Blasio on Monday, March 30. The legislation  Read more

Manhattan’s Times Square, the number one tourist destination for people who love giant advertisements and getting harassed by an unstable man dressed as Cookie Monster, is very crowded all of  Read more

Photo via Daily Mail In Whittier, Alaska, almost all of the tiny town’s 200 residents live in one building and hardly ever have to go outside. The 14-story building, Begich  Read more

The latest batch of reports from around the industry found that Brooklyn’s retail corridors are expanding and sales volume for Manhattan office condos reached record levels in the second half  Read more

Photo via Architectural Record Last summer, the Glasgow School of Art, built in 1909 by architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh in a style that mixed art nouveau flourishes with Scottish baronial  Read more

THE BITE: It’s been a while since we’ve written about Pho Hoai Restaurant at 1906 Avenue U. We last explored the grilled beef and crispy fried spring rolls. I’ve probably  Read more

Take a look at Unit B at 3212 Portage Bay Place E, one half of the floating condo that just hit the market for $1.75M. It’s the kind of sleek,  Read more

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