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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 called  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  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

The Brooklyn Paper is seeking reporters and an Arts Editor! Read more. Read more

Alternate

side of the street parking

regulations--normally in effect weekdays and Saturdays so that streets can be cleaned--will be

suspended Thursday, April 2nd (tomorrow), through Saturday, April 4th, for Holy  Read more

Washington, D.C.’s central library, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library, is a national landmark that has been neglected for far too long. With hopes to transform the space into  Read more

Imagine this: You are a cat, you are pregnant, you have been shot, and you are walking along the BQE. Would you bite Steve Levin when he tries to rescue  Read more

All photos by Antonin Ziegler via Dezeen Take note bookworms: this new private library extension for a stone house on the northern coast of France is one incredible way to  Read more

Photos via Leap The San Francisco tech bus has now opened for the masses, tech or otherwise, with a new shuttle service called Leap. For $6 a ride, riders can  Read more

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams joined the Be Proud Foundation for the 6th annual Passover Food Distribution event on Friday, distributing nearly 600 packages of food to people in need  Read more

Apparently in advance of April Fools Day, Google has unveiled a new feature that allows you to play Pac-Man using a section of real streets from basically anywhere in the  Read more

Playboy.com uncovered some 1977 Polaroids of a mysterious excavation at the Playboy Mansion, which have given rise to a possibly apocryphal rumor that the male celebrities who lived in the  Read more

Best part about the new Facebook campus: the (prank/short-lived) ball pit conference room #mpk20 #westcampus #fbhq A photo posted by Sara Stalla (@sarastalla) on Mar 30, 2015 at 1:03pm PDT  Read more

The fact that the master bath in Mike Tyson’s former mansion in Southington, Ohio would include copious black marble, gold plating, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a jacuzzi underneath a mirrored ceiling  Read more

Fashion mogul Tommy Hilfiger and his wife Dee Ocleppo listed their Plaza penthouse for an eye-popping $80 million in October 2013. While the renovated pad—decked out in such a way  Read more

What’s on your mind? Comment away! Photo by Homer Fink Read more

Le Petit Café at 502 Court Street long ago incorporated the back yard of the neighboring building at #500 as part of its charming backyard eating space.  It was not  Read more

Dare we say it? It FINALLY feels like spring around here, and this week brings a new month, some major... Read More… Read More

The post Your Ideal Week: April 2  Read more

It won't happen again.That's what Barclays Center and New York Police Department officials said last night after facing neighborhood criticism from a March 17 event in which buses delivering Orthodox  Read more

The headline creativity is not strong with me tonight. Photo by Samantha Shokin Morning Mug is our daily showcase of photographs from our readers. If you have a photograph that  Read more

The headline creativity is not strong with me tonight. Photo by Samantha Shokin Morning Mug is our daily showcase of photographs from our readers. If you have a photograph that  Read more

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- In a sometimes contentious setting, the three candidates running for Congress on Staten Island and parts of Brooklyn met for a debate Tuesday night where the Republican  Read more

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- In a sometimes contentious setting, the three candidates running for Congress on Staten Island and parts of Brooklyn met for a debate Tuesday night where the Republican  Read more

The Barclays Center has released to community members the monthly event calendars for April, May, and June 2015, and has finally--and usefully--added events that are not publicly ticketed.Previously the arena  Read more

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