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And Brooklyn makes three for Han Dynasty’s NYC locations. The new location in City Point, the giant new Downtown Brooklyn development that also houses Alamo Drafthouse and DeKalb Market, is  Read more


One of the more beloved venues of circa-when-I-lived-there Williamsburg—a time when Kent Avenue was just a blank canvas for developers—was Glasslands. It was always very hot in there, no  Read more

Federal terrorism charges were brought Wednesday evening against 29-year-old Sayfullo Saipov, the suspect accused of driving a truck down the West Side Highway bike path yesterday, killing eight people and  Read more

Former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort was indicted this week for tax fraud and money laundering. Along with indictments against two other former Trump staffers, it was the most explicit  Read more


New Yorkers take their Halloween celebrations very seriously, whether they’re dressing up their dogs, their police precincts, or their levitating speeders. As we love to do every year, we  Read more


The story of former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort’s dramatic plunge from his perch as a highly paid Republican consultant to alleged conspirator against the United States has, like  Read more

Because urine doesn’t belong in luxury condo walls, check out today’s end-of-day links: burger emoji angst, Dylan’s gospel period, Duffer Brothers recap ‘Stranger Things 2,’ Queens Democratic party machine, Andre  Read more

Two NYPD detectives surrendered to police early Monday morning after being accused of arresting and raping an 18-year-old girl in South Brooklyn last month. [ more › ] Read more

A manhunt for a suspect wanted for “arson and terroristic threat charges” led police to uncover a large pile of marijuana and cash in Crown Heights on Friday night. NYPD  Read more

Waiting for a bartender to shake or stir your drink is so yesterday. Brooklyn creator Michael Cirino, boasting some serious Italian heritage cred — check the mustache — decided to  Read more


Spirits were low Saturday afternoon when cops shut down the annual mutant art bike battle/party/inhibition destroyer that is Bike Kill before it really got a chance to rev up.  Read more


Saturday was a perfect h*cking day to watch good dogs and owners strut in their Halloween finery as hundreds gathered in Fort Greene Park for the Great PUPkin. [  Read more


In a few days, it’ll be November 1 and we’ll finally be past the season of ghouls and David S. Pumpkins. The unexpectedly viral Saturday Night Live character, portrayed  Read more

A 43-year-old man lost consciousness after being punched outside a Shake Shack location in Brooklyn on Thursday night. A witness said that after he was struck, someone “ran up and  Read more

A Brooklyn councilman has proposed a bill that would make it illegal for police officers to have sex with people in their custody, following an incident in which two officers,  Read more

Bissell, the guitarist/vocalist for The Wrens, has spent the better part of a decade working on a follow-up to the group’s 2003 album The Meadowlands — perhaps the most beloved  Read more


A new DUMBO edition makes three for Randolph Beer, with the latest debuting Thursday in the rapidly expanding new restaurant scene in the neighborhood. This latest brewpub has more  Read more

Almost a year ahead of a potential primary, a third candidate has announced they’re running for a state Senate position against a member of the Independent Democratic Conference, a controversial  Read more


If it’s the weekend before Halloween, then it’s time for the huge Halloween extravaganza for dogs and humans who love seeing animals in clothes: The Great PUPkin in Fort  Read more


It’s that time of year again, when police officers with the 78th Precinct in Brooklyn—in an effort to engage with the community—trade their blue uniforms for ghastly costumes, and  Read more

Because Florida woman has struck again, check out today’s mid-day links: carnival scams, RIP Fats Domino, mapping Brooklyn Edison bulbs, Bush apologizes for sexual assault, Bronx bathroom building, ‘Seinfeld’ oral  Read more

At a meeting Tuesday in front of the City Planning Commission, developers behind Industry City in Sunset Park argued for a proposed rezoning that would bring high-end commercial development and  Read more

A mobile cart hawking Austin-style breakfast tacos will be wheeling into the Financial District in November, offering three different types of egg-based fillings in tortillas. King David Tacos, which began  Read more


The hack-o-lanterns are here, folks. For the ninth year running, an incredible display of gourd gore has taken over the front lawn of a Boerum Hill home, this time  Read more

The NYPD has arrested a second suspect in the Bed-Stuy home invasion that left a 91-year-old man dead earlier this month. Police say the 46-year-old culprit was a home health  Read more

Attorneys for NYPD Officer Wayne Isaacs argued in court on Monday that their client was justified in fatally shooting 37-year-old Delrawn Small in a Brooklyn intersection last July 4th because  Read more

Netflix broke my heart last month when it ripped Friday Night Lights and 30 Rock from its streaming library, but luckily this month looks a little less vicious. Though we’re  Read more

At last, some good news. After a successful car-free trial run in Prospect Park this summer, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced today he will banish them from the park for  Read more

A man has been creepily following around a little girl and her older brother, even going to their Brooklyn home asking what bedroom they sleep in, according to police. He  Read more

There’s lots of ways to celebrate Halloween, but if you’re worried about not getting your invitation to the Molly-fueled warehouse party by the abandoned train tracks in Bushwick (or is  Read more

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