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Our boys rebounded from their worst game in history — thanks to a Met! Read more. 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

She found him guilty — but she really couldn’t blame him. A juror who convicted a Brooklyn man for making fake 911 calls because he was so irritated by the...  Read more

A history buff will lead a free, educational pub crawl from Park Slope to Gowanus to commemorate the 238th anniversary of the skirmish. Read more. Read more

A luxuary apartment building offers tenants swimming 40 floors up. Read more. Read more

An alert went out this week warning that feral cats and kittens roaming Bensonhurst may have rabies, after city officials captured a rabid raccoon that was seen fighting with some  Read more

There was a time when seeing two grown men fighting in Coney Island was undoubtedly a bad sign — now it’s a toss-up. Read more. Read more

The other stars were out in Coney Island before Tuesday’s New York-Penn League All-Star Game at MCU Park when a group of already-stars had a match of their own. Read  Read more

A documentary filmmaker who survived a 2003 Hamas suicide bombing in a Tel Aviv bar testified in Brooklyn federal court Thursday how he threw himself on his girlfriend to save...  Read more

Why stare at a screen when you can do “Mean Girls” trivia, play “The Princess Bride” drinking games, and see Jon Glaser doing stand-up? Read more. Read more

She is going live with a little help from her friend. Read more. Read more

This Friday and Saturday Under Armour is bringing its Elite 24 Basketball Tournament back to Brooklyn, this year at Pier 2, Brooklyn Bridge Park. The tournament features top high school  Read more

Photo: Renato Ganoza Leonie Haimson, the Executive Director of Class Size Matters, reveals some odd discrepancies in the number of kids the state says took the NYS Common Core tests, and  Read more

From the scanner:At 10 p.m. Thursday night, numerous FDNY units were called in to respond to a broken 8-inch gas main break at 2900 Flatbush Ave., 200 feet north of  Read more

August, with a new school year just weeks away, is "Back to School Safety Month." If you're sending your child off to school for the first time, here's some  Read more

A Brooklyn pawn-store owner is suing his nephew for allegedly swiping his inventory and using the secondhand goods to open a competing shop on the same block in Bushwick. Joseph...  Read more

For whatever reason, theses guys aren’t signed and sealed as Brooklyn Made, so we remedied the oversight. Read more. Read more

A new certification defines what it means to be made in Brooklyn. Read more. Read more

Photo by Nico Saieh via Dezeen In their telling, Aranguiz-Bunster Arquitectos chose to model this 2010 home on a bridge to “allow the project to be inserted into the forest  Read more

Photo via Dezeen Tucked behind the David Chipperfield-designed Turner Contemporary art gallery in Margate, England, this surreal installation by Dutch artist Krijn de Koning offers a Phantom Tollbooth-esque step into  Read more

  The “bad-boy uncle basement bar” aesthetic that’s proven so popular at Williamsburg honky-tonk Skinny Dennis has been richly expanded upon at Rocka Rolla, a deluxe new neighborhood dive with  Read more

“From the street, all is well with the placid white late Victorian duplex,” says Curbed San Francisco of this six-bedroom, 3,845-square-foot home. “Inside, however, the bathroom appears to be in  Read more

The pizza student has become the pizza master. Here’s some pretty exciting news that Adam Kuban prolific food writer and the brains and brawn behind the beloved Margot’s Pizza pop-up,  Read more

Last week two Eater editors ventured into the most unlikely restaurant to land in Park Slope, Grand Central Oyster Bar Brooklyn. The original Grand Central Oyster Bar is, of course,  Read more

Photos via Franklin Ruttan As neither Crate and Barrel nor its wedding registry existed in 1895, New York governor Roswell Pettibone Flower had a 14,000-square-foot mansion built in Watertown, New  Read more

By way of cutesy illustrations, this video explains how the efficient glory of urban housing is way better for the environment than the suburbs, thanks to greater sharing of water,  Read more

From this Friday, August 22 at 11:45 p.m. to Monday, August 25 at 5:00 a.m. Manhattan-bound A and C trains will be diverted to the F line between Jay Street-MetroTech  Read more

The following is a press release from the offices of Assemblyman Steven Cymbrowitz: Assemblyman Steven Cymbrowitz (D-Brooklyn) is urging the Board of Standards and Appeals to reject a special permit  Read more

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