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Our good luck continues with another “Green Light” weekend, appropriate for St. Patrick’s Day. This weekend — Friday evening, March 15 to Monday morning, March 18 — there are no  Read more

A Manhattan judge on Thursday refused to toss a firefighter widow’s wrongful-death lawsuit stemming from a Harlem blaze on the set of Edward Norton’s “Motherless Brooklyn.” “Motion denied,” Manhattan Supreme  Read more

Five more yeshivas in Brooklyn ignored a Health Department order and allowed students who weren’t vaccinated for measles to attend classes, concerned city officials said Thursday. The department ordered the  Read more

The Brooklyn Paper reports that popular neighborhood eatery Teresa’s was closed Tuesday by order of the Health Department because of “evidence of mice inside, and … that the kitchen’s setup  Read more

  View this post on Instagram   Did you see this? Spontaneous #Robyn afterparty following her show at MSG last night, on the E Train platform! #OnlyinNYC thanks to the  Read more

Health: Department of Health officials on Thursday announced that leaders of five Williamsburg yeshivas violated an emergency order prohibiting non-vaccinated students from attending school amid a growing outbreak of the  Read more

Five more ultra-Orthodox schools have been cited by New York City’s Department of Health and Mental Hygiene for letting unvaccinated children attend classes, in flagrant violation of an order put  Read more

The Williamsburg Hotel might get a new owner. Two companies, including Brookfield Property Partners, have made offers on Toby Moskovits’ eight-story, 150-key hotel, according to Commercial Observer. The highest offer  Read more

Mayor Bill de Blasio confirmed today that he is planning to expand the edge of Lower Manhattan into the East River, creating approximately 500 feet of new land on the  Read more

Including Japanese curry night at Marlow & Sons, an old-school Italian dinner in Brooklyn, and the Meat Hook’s noodle-centric series. Read more

A Gambino crime family associate has been arrested for the murder and robbery of mob-tied loan shark Vincent Zito, authorities announced Thursday. Anthony Pandrella, 59, of Brooklyn was collared Wednesday  Read more

Every time I go to DeKalb Market Hall, I spend about half an hour wandering around the stalls trying to decide what to eat even though I ALWAYS end up  Read more

The weather is looking sunny and relatively balmy for Saturday, which means it will be perfect conditions for Pastrytown, an outdoor day drinking and wrestling festival brought to you by  Read more

It’s St. Patrick’s Day on Sunday, but if green beer isn’t your thing, you might want to check out Small Talk, an interview-based show hosted by the incredibly prolific comedian/writer/performer  Read more

Every year we produce the ultimate guide to getting married in Brooklyn, live at Wedding Crashers. It’s the only wedding fair in NYC that takes place in two venues, The  Read more

If you haven’t heard of The Backroom Shakespeare Project yet, here’s the gist: a group of professional actors performs an entire Shakespeare play after only one rehearsal, with no director,  Read more

As we forge ahead with what feels like the 100th month of winter, pretty much all I want to do is consume copious amounts of soup. Turns out that Brooklyn  Read more

If the phrase “sweet birthday baby” means nothing to you, I’m going to need you to stop what you’re doing and binge “Russian Doll” immediately. The hype is totally justified  Read more

OK, I think I’ve found the most wholesome way to wind down your week. Three words — “Golden Girls” bingo. On Thursday, go for the gold at DSK Brooklyn while  Read more

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