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The hammer-wielding Brooklyn man inspired by a movie about Chinese mistreatment of women to kill a chef at an Asian buffet went out of his way not to attack Hispanic  Read more

The Brooklyn District Attorney’s office is asking that a special prosecutor take over the upcoming trial for two ex-cops accused of raping a woman in 2017. The request comes after  Read more

The former head of U.S Housing and Urban Development snapped up a four-story carriage house in Boerum Hill — nearly a decade after selling another one a block away. Shaun  Read more

Gowanus: High-school graduates enrolled in a local do-good group’s technical-education program geared to land them construction jobs cannot begin their classes until President Trump decides to reopen the government and  Read more

Mean Streets: A bicycle vault coming to the streets outside Atlantic Terminal Mall this spring will provide a new, hip way for cycling commuters to stash their pedal-powered rides, according  Read more

Because Trump and Pelosi like writing each other letters, check out today’s end-of-day links: Louis C.K. bs, Vampire Weekend news, Park Slope mom uniform, RIP Mary Oliver, Fyre Fest followup,  Read more

Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman’s wife laughed and smiled in court Thursday as one of her drug lord hubby’s mistresses took the stand — then burst into sobs. Emma Coronel Aispuro  Read more

A big chunk of southeast Brooklyn just lost its dial-up drug dealer. City narcotics prosecutors on Thursday announced the take-down of a highly-organized drug delivery service they say ferried $8,000  Read more

The Parkoff Organization has closed on a deal to buy five multifamily buildings in Brooklyn and one in Queens from Morris Weintraub Associates. The deeds for five of the six  Read more

Mayor Bill de Blasio’s housing agency is facing allegations of “unlawful and devastating” discrimination against domestic violence survivors, after a Brooklyn woman claimed that she’s facing eviction because she divorced  Read more

On Monday,

January 21st, for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, government offices, courts,

public libraries, public schools, and the Department of Education Parent

Support Hotline and Family Welcome Centers will  Read more

The Real Deal is preparing the 14th edition of its Data Book, the industry’s single most comprehensive collection of information on the New York-area real estate market. Included in the  Read more

The man accused of using a hammer to attack three employees, killing one, at a Brooklyn restaurant on Tuesday night has been charged with murder. Arthur Martunovich, 34, was also  Read more

Hello, neighbors!Nothing will impact our Brooklyn neighborhood like the proposed rezoning of the Gowanus corridor.  So it cannot be overstated that this issue is the most important one our community  Read more

A man was killed this week when a hit-and-run driver rammed into him only about three blocks from his Brooklyn home, cops said Thursday. Fernando Trejo, 27, was near the  Read more

Jurors seated on Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman’s trial got a first-ever glimpse into the hideout of the kingpin’s fugitive partner, as a DEA agent described a failed arrest attempt in  Read more

The 27th annual Outsider Art Fair hits the Metropolitan Pavilion this weekend, and Friday after work seems like a good time to check out this collection of work created by  Read more

Warm up this weekend at the 2019 Zlatne Uste Golden Festival, now in its 34th year of showcasing dozens of varieties of live Balkan, Roma, and Greek music and dancing  Read more

The weather on Sunday looks pretty grim as of press time, with forecasters predicting snow and sleet, so the Brooklyn Soup Takedown happening at Brooklyn Bazaar sounds like it might  Read more

Monday is MLK Day, and if you have the day off, consider checking out New York City’s largest public celebration of the life and legacy of one of the most  Read more

If one of your New Year’s resolutions was to become more involved and active in fighting for human rights and social justice, attend Tuesday night’s Racial Justice Fair to find  Read more

If the only way you plan to honor Martin Luther King, Jr. this week is to silently thank him for the day off on Monday, you can make amends on  Read more

Pairing Paul Dano and Ethan Hawke in a play by Sam Shepard, one of the best playwrights of the century, seems like a recipe for an incredibly expensive theater ticket,  Read more

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