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This month a new exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum examines the art and life of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. Featuring a mix of personal artifacts from Kahlo as well as  Read more

Yoel Goldman now has the money to finish his much-hyped Bushwick rental megaproject. But the debt’s likely going to cost him a lot more than he had hoped, after an  Read more

It’s may be hard to remember now, but up until a few years ago, cyclists and pedestrians hoping to travel between Greenpoint and Long Island City were crammed into a  Read more

Fixing the BQE: The city’s controversial proposal to turn the Brooklyn Heights Promenade into a six-lane speedway for cars and trucks during the reconstruction of the Brooklyn–Queens Expressway’s triple cantilever  Read more

Pizza mainstay Fornino appears to have closed its Williamsburg location, on South 2nd and Kent Avenues. A pizza-deprived tipster informed us on Monday that the space is now empty, and  Read more

The owners of Dumbo’s Empire Stores have recapitalized the office-and-shopping complex in a deal that values the property at nearly $420 million. Midtown Equities and the HK Organization bought out  Read more

Sponsored Content: Interior designers will tell you that a rug grounds a room, so when designing a space, pick the rug first and then work from there. Read more. Read more

Flatlands: They got their groove — and their center — back! Read more. Read more

Ode to Babel, a narrow, 750-square-foot bar in Brooklyn’s Prospect Heights, was filled with people drinking and dancing one Friday night in October, when all at once, some 30 city  Read more

Community Board 7 Public Meeting

Wednesday, February 20th, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

The regular monthly board meeting of Community Board 7 will be held on

Wednesday, February 20th, from 6:30 p.m. to  Read more

After three months of court proceedings, a Brooklyn jury declared Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman guilt on all counts Tuesday, wrapping a long trial Read more

Podcast: Brooklyn Paper Radio is back with an all-new episode, on which your co-hosts dove right into the latest stinky situation to engulf the beleaguered L train. Read more. Read more

A Brooklyn jury on Tuesday found Mexican kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman guilty on all counts. The panel spent more than five days mulling the drug lord’s fate before convicting  Read more

In the premiere of High Maintenance Season 3 last month, the pot dealer known as “The Guy” notices a girl at a gas station who walks out of frame, but  Read more

Police are looking to question the son of an elderly woman who was found murdered inside her Brooklyn home, cops and a law enforcement source said Tuesday. Officers conducting a  Read more

 

About three years ago, the Brooklyn Navy Yard announced that Russ & Daughters—the 105-year-old Jewish “appetizing store” mecca—would become the anchor tenant in the refurbished Building 77, which would  Read more

It's astonishing, still. In 2017, I didn't quite believe Forbes's valuation of the Brooklyn Nets at $1.8 billion, the 7th most valuable team in the NBA, up from $1.7 billion in 2016 and $1.5  Read more

A crew of muggers beat a man with clubs before stealing his cellphone in Brooklyn, police said. The violent thieves set upon the 50-year-old victim while he was sitting on  Read more

Meadows of Shame: The city must fork over the $20 million needed to finish a Sunset Park meadow officials opened years ago without all of its promised amenities, locals demanded.  Read more

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