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Former New York City detective Greg O’Connell bought his first building in Red Hook back in 1967 for $22,000, when the Brooklyn neighborhood was practically a ghost town. Now, his  Read more

Nearly 20 limited liability companies for individual multifamily buildings that are linked to a federal fraud complaint are now bankrupt. The filings late last month in a U.S. bankruptcy court  Read more

Given tonight's open meeting, What's Next for Atlantic Yards (and more coverage here), it's worth looking back on some official documentation regarding Site 5, currently home to Modell's and P.C.  Read more

The Pennsylvania man accused of torching a Brooklyn rabbi’s home appeared in court on Sunday night — smiling from ear-to-ear — after getting hit with attempted murder and arson charges.  Read more

Theater: They were in the room where it happens! Read more. Read more

Standing O: A Sunset Park hospital celebrated the grand opening of a high-tech cancer center on June 10, which will serve Brooklyn as a one-stop treatment hub featuring the latest  Read more

The Brooklyn resident says he told cops that the gun he was making would be “completely non-functioning,” and a detective acknowledged it was merely “a prop of a firearm.” Read more

The Pennsylvania man arrested for allegedly torching a Brooklyn rabbi’s home on Thursday had such a burning grudge against the religious leader that he tattooed a reminder on his forearm  Read more

A woman woke up on the Q train to a creep with his hand in her pants in Brooklyn, cops said Sunday. The 23-year-old woman told police the disturbing encounter  Read more

The blaze destroyed Rabbi Jonathan Max’s home in Brooklyn, and severely damaged two adjacent buildings. Read more

A creep was busted after groping two young girls while waiting to get on a roller coaster at Coney Island, cops said Sunday. The 28-year-old, Evan Reslien, is accused of  Read more

Police have arrested a 41-year-old Pennsylvania man in a Brooklyn fire this past week that investigators said was intentionally set at rabbi’s home, cops said Sunday. Matthew Karelefsky, of McKeesport,  Read more

Hidrock Properties, via Commercial ObserverInsomnia Cookies Opening First Brooklyn Outpost in Park Slope, the Commercial Observer reported 6/13/19.That''s quite an evolution for a once-humdrum building at 32 Fifth Avenue, the  Read more

Brooklyn is home to a lot of different things, but a nature preserve is probably not the first thing most

The post Brooklyn’s Salt Marsh is a City Treasure appeared first  Read more

In Sunday’s New York Times Metropolitan Section, Ginia Bellafante’s Big City column has the title “The Empty Storefront Crisis and the End of the American Dream”. She begins by telling  Read more

Letters: Protesters gathered in Gerritsen Beach on June 6 to express outrage over the appearance of a drag queen at a reading event for children, which they said would be  Read more

It’s been eight weeks since her ex-boyfriend allegedly shattered her skull with an ax, killed her best friend and left her 4-year-old daughter with memories of carnage police described as  Read more

Residents of liberal Park Slope are angrily ramping up their battle to block two towering new homeless shelters in their midst — but other locals are blasting them as hypocrites.  Read more

BARCLAYS CENTER TO HOST FIRST-EVER SUMMER SESSIONS CONCERT SERIES ON VENUE’S PLAZA, the arena announced in a 6/12/19 press release.The Resorts World Casino NYC Plaza will host six free concerts  Read more

Books: Brooklyn booksellers give their top picks for June 15! Read more. Read more

The Right View: This week, our columnist writes about the concerning rise of anti-Semitism in New York City. Read more. Read more

The Rolling Stones are bringing their No Filter tour to MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, and you can win two tickets to see them.

They'll be performing "Sympathy For  Read more

Beginning this coming Tuesday evening, June 18 at 7:00 and continuing each evening at the same time through Sunday, June 23 on the Bridge View Lawn of Pier 1, Brooklyn  Read more

Carlo Scissura, chair of the panel appointed by Mayor de Blasio to study the rehabilitation of the Brooklyn Queens Expressway, told Mary Frost of the Eagle that the panel must  Read more

Park Slope: A former long-time Brooklyn civic leader was found not guilty on June 14 of using bogus documents to give himself a pay-raise from the city of more than  Read more

Church Avenue Spring Street Fair

Sunday, June 16th, 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

The Church Avenue Spring Street Fair will feature food, games, rides, and shopping. Presented by Meteor Festivals, the street  Read more

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