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Blind Spots: State leaders must pass laws that put more speed cameras on city streets, heighten punishments dealt to reckless motorists caught on those devices, and mandate doctors inform officials  Read more

Blind Spots: The city hands over millions of dollars each year to the private-carting company with an alleged culture of malfeasance whose unlicensed trucker got a slap on the wrist  Read more

Downtown: From America’s Downtown, to the Bay in Gravesend, Brooklynites laid claim to these redwood trees! Read more. Read more

Editor’s Picks: Brooklyn is the place to be! Read more. Read more

This St. Patrick’s Day weekend — Friday, March 16 to Monday, March 19 — we in the Heights have the luck of the Irish. Sure, we have the usual, until  Read more

The murder trial testimony is horrific — including descriptions Thursday of a doomed attempt to resuscitate a fatally stabbed little boy, each chest compression releasing a gush of blood. But  Read more

K&Y Fruit and Vegetable on Court Street in Carroll Gardens.By far, one of my favorite neighborhood stores. Read more

Madison Realty Capital refinanced the 500,000-square-foot Whale Square building in Sunset Park with a $90 million loan from TPG Capital’s mortgage arm. TPG Real Estate Finance Trust, the private-equity firm’s  Read more

The killer Brooklyn dad was drinking Hennessy and tried to get back with the mother of his slain daughter before going on a murderous rampage and committing suicide, sources told  Read more

Mayor de Blasio does not seem thrilled by the prospect of being called to the stand at a former donor’s bribery trial. “Asked and answered,” he snapped Thursday, when asked  Read more

A man sucker-punched an elderly stranger in an unprovoked attack on a Brooklyn street corner, police said on Thursday. The 74-year-old woman was at the intersection of Rockaway Parkway and  Read more

Following the tragic death of two Brooklyn tots last week, Mayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday announced a slate of state laws he’s pushing to improve traffic safety. De Blasio  Read more

photo credit: St. Paul'sphoto credit: St. Paul'sOne really does not need to be Irish to have a bit of fun on St. Patrick's Day, wouldn't you agree?That's why St. Paul's Church  Read more

Construction of the Brooklyn Queens Expressway Cantilever Roadway in Brooklyn Heights in the 1940sRobert Moses' Brooklyn Queens Expressway Cantilever Roadwayin Brooklyn Heights,Early 1950s, shortly after completionBrooklyn Heights Promenade in the 1950'sphoto  Read more

Cops are on the hunt for these two pervs, who were caught on film pleasuring themselves by the women they were victimizing, police said Thursday. More recently, a 29-year-old Brooklyn  Read more

Triple Paste Project plays 1920s and 1930s jazz standards and originals at Church Bar on Tuesdays from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. A $5 donation is suggested.

Church Bar's drink and  Read more

Ryan Serhant is taking over sales at the Austin Nichols House — Kushner Companies and LIVWRK Holdings’ 338-unit condominium conversion in Williamsburg. The developers, who were marketing the project in-house  Read more

On Friday evening, BAM Cinematek kicks off a new weeklong film series, Si Se Puede!, featuring the work of Chicano and Chicana filmmakers like Luis Valdez (La Bamba), Gregory Nava  Read more

This past weekend I ventured to one of the happenings featured in our March Culture Essentials: The Orchid Show at the New York Botanical Gardens. There are lots of reasons  Read more

Landlords in Brooklyn and Queens are still obsessed with concessions. In Brooklyn, the market share of rental concessions hit a record for a third consecutive month in February, tying its  Read more

Ok, the Barclays Center calendar released to neighbors has resumed indicating private events, but not their actual nature (except, maybe, if the event is a big deal).But we now know  Read more

Podcast: Councilman Brad Lander and Transportation Alternatives’ Paul Steely White discuss how to make Brooklyn’s streets safe for pedestrians — especially children. Read more. Read more

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