The Brooklyn Wire

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Results 61–90 of 1975.

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Photo by Arend Loerts via Gizmodo After commissioning architects and designers to create nine off-the-wall theme rooms, Amsterdam’s Volkshotel has unveiled its “Edmund” suite, a nifty wood-and-rubber structure that packs  Read more

Welcome to October, the one time of year when slasher films and pumpkin everything become the norm. It seems only right that Comic Con should roll into town this month,  Read more

Welcome to October, the one time of year when slasher films and pumpkin everything become the norm. It seems only right that Comic Con should roll into town this month,  Read more

An iconic Brooklyn fast-food fortress has fallen. Read more. Read more

New York’s Guggenheim Museum, the Frank Lloyd Wright masterwork built in 1939, is getting a new space “to house its collection and staff.” Who will design the side-car to an  Read more

So many cat videos to watch today. With reliable Wi-Fi and sometimes even an electrical outlet to spare, Starbucks is basically the go-to “coffice” of telecommuters everywhere. A new study  Read more

The delightfully pink former Palm Springs home of Turner Classic superhunk Clark Gable and comedic actress Carole Lombard has been put up for sale. The Spanish Colonial dwelling is currently  Read more

Sean Shaynak, a 44-year-old math and science teacher at the prestigious Brooklyn Tech High School was arraigned on 36 charges yesterday stemming from allegations that he carried on sexual relationships  Read more

Teri Agins with Venus Williams. Photo: Getty Images Local Diary of a former Williamsburg juice slinger Isabella Rosselini’s daughter’s $2.2 million Brooklyn mansion Stylish New Yorkers on their favorite emoji  Read more

Facebook founder and billionaire Mark Zuckerberg (a human who is 30-and-one-half years-old) is reportedly the buyer of 375 acres on the North Shore of the Hawaiian island of Kauai, a  Read more

Metropolitan Diary: A distinguished hotel’s take on a fancy-looking beer that came all the way across the East River. Read more

Photo via Houzz · Illuminating the Sistine Chapel with 7,000 LEDs. · The hidden history of San Francisco’s Goodwill HQ. · A new social network for urban apartment dwellers. ·  Read more

On Monday, 9/15/14, fights among teenagers on the plaza outside the Barclays Center, during a BEAT Festival performance by the Bed-Stuy Veterans on an outdoor stage, led to an arrest of a teenage girl and  Read more

A lovely email from the photographer: Keep in mind that this is Brooklyn, NYC where seeing even one hummingbird in your yard is a miracle; to see two of them  Read more

What’s on your mind? Comment away! Photo by Mrs. Fink Read more

11 out of 20 new one- and two-starred restaurants in the Michelin Guide come from Brooklyn and Queens in the next edition, the Wall Street Journal reports.The prestigious Michelin Guides  Read more

11 out of 20 new one- and two-starred restaurants in the Michelin Guide come from Brooklyn and Queens in the next edition, the Wall Street Journal reports.The prestigious Michelin Guides  Read more

Richard BarrettA block-buster panel will tackle the question of personal rights vs. national security at a discussion in Brooklyn.Richard Barrett (Former Head of Counter-Terrorism with British Intelligence MI-6), Scott Horton  Read more

A candidate for the state Senate in Brooklyn is a deadbeat who owes nearly $4,000 in past-due taxes, according to state records. The Tax Department slapped Democrat James Kemmerer with...  Read more

Brooklyn Police on Tuesday released a sketch of a man who they allege robbed a woman in front of her 3-year-old daughter at gunpoint in East New York and then...  Read more

Get ready for your weekly run down of crimes from Bensonhurst’s 62nd Precinct. Read more. Read more

Sean Shaynak, a math and science teacher at Brooklyn Technical High School, is accused of sexual abuse, forcible touching, kidnapping and disseminating indecent material, prosecutors said. Read more

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Who’s he waving at? The little red guidebook announced its “Bib Gourmand” picks for New York City last week, and this afternoon Michelin published its collection of starred restaurants for  Read more

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Tomorrow evening, Wednesday, October 1 starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Old Fulton Street entrance to Brooklyn Bridge Park, there will be a tour, guided by the New York Harbor  Read more

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A Brooklyn Technical High School teacher who was arrested last month after allegedly sending an underage student sexually explicit photos has been indicted on a slew of new charges that  Read more

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The great debate over whether Brooklynites should buy their groceries at Whole Foods Gowanus or the Red Hook Fairway has finally been settled: One intrepid reporter took on the task  Read more

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Mary Frost of the Brooklyn Eagle reported today that Brooklyn State Supreme Court Justice Johnny Lee Baynes “dismissed a lawsuit by the New York State Nurses Association (NYSNA) on Monday,  Read more

Results 61–90 of 1975.

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