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Click on graphic to enlarge. Graphic by Ben Keel.Click on graphic to enlarge. This is post-dated to stay at the top of the blog. It will be updated as announced  Read more

Howard Stern was the guest last night on the latest episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live! in Brooklyn, and he did not hold back on his assessment of sexual predator Harvey  Read more

Shankar The Bull is getting settled in at an animal sanctuary in New Jersey, having come out the other side of his brief brush with fame after he frolicked on  Read more

BED-STUY – A man is dead after a shooting in Bedford-Stuyvesant last night, says the NYPD. At approximately 10:00 pm on Wednesday, October 18, police responded to a 911 call  Read more

With the looming L train shutdown, landlords are trying to lure Williamsburg residents to other parts of Brooklyn and even New Jersey. The hashtag #Williamsburg (perhaps sneakily) on Instagram brings  Read more

FORT GREENE – Walking down Fulton Street between Washington Avenue and Grand Avenue, Yvonne Smith can find a bar, a deli, a supermarket, a laundromat, a methadone clinic and even  Read more

BRIGHTON BEACH – The New York City Police department is asking for help locating 46-year old Thomas John, missing since Tuesday, October 17. John was last seen around 4:30 pm  Read more

This is among several articles regarding the 10/17/17 meeting (video) of the Atlantic Yards Community Development Corporation (AY CDC). Also see the timetable for 38 Sixth, and the issue of middle-income units  Read more

CLINTON HILL – Pratt Institute has chosen Frances Bronet as the Institute’s 12th president. Pratt Institute has been preparing its students for careers in art, design, architecture, information, as well  Read more

Yesterday mid-afternoon, I was walking around the project footprint, and turned the corner on Dean Street, walking east from Flatbush Avenue.I saw a truck aiming to enter the Barclays Center  Read more

At Mayor de Blasio’s Town Hall at St. Francis College evening, he announced that $6 million has been appropriated to renovate the northern end of Cadman Plaza Park, which he  Read more

Park Slope: A supermarket could come to the ground floor of a development that will replace a beloved Key Food in Park Slope. Read more. Read more

Breast Cancer Awareness: Implants remain a generally safe option for those seeking augmentation or reconstruction, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Read more. Read more

A New York City resident was among the first to receive the groundbreaking, no-saline-required implant. Read more. Read more

Event: When it came to getting into character, these pooches didn’t play. Read more. Read more

Bargemusic’s weekend starts on Friday evening, October 20, at 8:00 with a “Little Tribute to Vienna” (photo) featuring pianist Alexandra Joan playing works by Haydn, Schubert/Liszt, Webern, Kreisler/Rachmaninov, and Schumann.  Read more

Well, how about that. It's tough to build an office tower without an anchor tenant, so we shouldn't be surprised that, as part of the city's bid to host Amazon's  Read more

Hundreds of charter school parents, kids, and backers rallied in Brooklyn’s Cadman Plaza Wednesday to call for a large scale expansion of the sector. Representing operators including Achievement First, KIPP  Read more

Documentary Filmmaker Marie VanderrustenHOME FREE TRAILER from Marie Vanderrusten on Vimeo.On Friday, October 20th at 7:30 pm, the  Brooklyn Workshop Gallery at 393 Hoyt Street will be hosting a  Read more

A write-in candidate who wants to supplant embattled Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance Jr. in next month’s election blasted the prosecutor Wednesday, saying he gave the rich and powerful “Get out  Read more

A judge ruled Wednesday that jurors in the upcoming trial of a Brooklyn cop accused of fatally shooting an unarmed dad during a road rage incident won’t hear about the  Read more

(photos courtesy of Stinky Bklyn)Stinky Bklyn, everyone's favorite purveyor of artisanal cheese and charcuterie in the neighborhood, is celebrating fall and getting ready for Thanksgiving.  So, dear foodies, mark these  Read more

From the October issue: Harley Courts founded Nooklyn in 2010 as a blog focused on rental listings in Williamsburg, Bushwick and Bedford-Stuyvesant. By the next year, Court’s pet project became  Read more

  Why is packing lunch such a chore for so many parents? Whether you pack one because you don’t want your child to eat the school lunch every day, or  Read more

A group of jazz fans waging a campaign to name the Williamsburg Bridge after jazz saxophonist Sonny Rollins now have allies in City Council Member Stephen Levin, who introduced a  Read more

Matt Mondanile, the former guitarist of the band Real Estate who performs solo as Ducktails, was accused of sexual misconduct by multiple women this week. In the aftermath of the  Read more

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