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Results 1891–1920 of 2097.

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For years NYC has been promised an Alamo Drafthouse, and now its first is set to open this summer. Good news for those who want the unique movie-going experience but  Read more

For years NYC has been promised an Alamo Drafthouse, and now its first is set to open this summer. Good news for those who want the unique movie-going experience but  Read more

Lawyers for former Peter Liang filed a bombshell motion Tuesday seeking to set aside the ex-cop’s guilty verdict in the fatal shooting of unarmed Akai Gurley, claiming one of the  Read more

Tenor Timothy Stoddard

At 6:30 PM on April 28, the Regina Opera Company will present "Regina Opera in Concert” at the Brooklyn Public Library's Sunset Park Branch, at 5108 4th Avenue  Read more

A person was struck by the L train in Brooklyn this afternoon, halting rush hour service between Brooklyn and Manhattan. [ more › ] Read more

A person was struck by the L train in Brooklyn this afternoon, halting rush hour service between Brooklyn and Manhattan. [ more › ] Read more

This Sunday afternoon, April 10 at 4:00, Congregation Mount Sinai, 250 Cadman Plaza West, at Tillary Street, will present “Making the Music Our Own”, a concert by Eugene Marlow’s Heritage  Read more

This Sunday afternoon, April 10 at 4:00, Congregation Mount Sinai, 250 Cadman Plaza West, at Tillary Street, will present “Making the Music Our Own”, a concert by Eugene Marlow’s Heritage  Read more

When it hit the market in late 2014, a Long Island City condominium unit was the borough’s priciest listing for a particular month. Now, that condo is March’s most expensive  Read more

When it hit the market in late 2014, a Long Island City condominium unit was the borough’s priciest listing for a particular month. Now the condo is March’s most expensive  Read more

From the April issue: A massive eight-story office building envisioned as a new tech hub in Williamsburg’s industrial sector is facing its first zoning-approval hurdle. The local community board last  Read more

On our baseball preview show, the boys tasted pizza! Read more. Read more

Here’s the last half hour of our April 5 show! Read more. Read more

Here’s the first half hour of our April 5 show! Read more. Read more

3-D printing company MakerBot is downsizing its space at the Industry City office and light manufacturing complex in Sunset Park by 65,000 square feet, reducing its total production space in  Read more

It is a battle for the hearts and minds of the most important voters in the country — Brooklynites. Read more. Read more

Louis Colluccio's ALC Italian Grocery

This year, Bay Ridge's Third Avenue commercial corridor, which hosts the annual Summer Stroll in Third and Third Avenue Festival, has added a new outdoor shopping  Read more

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