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A tow truck driver allegedly slammed into five parked cars on Ocean Avenue and Avenue Y before fleeing the scene early Thursday morning, according to CBS News. Police told the  Read more

The NYPD, seemingly determined to double down on violence against black people after the post-chokehold death of Eric Garner, apparently used the banned tactic again on a seven-months-pregnant  Read more

A listing described as “Chicago’s most eccentric home” just hit the market for $2.99M, serving up a couple million dollars worth of zany wallpaper, gilt sconces, and odd pewter sculptures.  Read more

Williamsburg’s first Starbucks. Image via DNAInfo. Williamsburg’s much-discussed Starbucks just opened its doors this month, and already there’s talk of a second, boozier outpost. The coffee mega-chain has its eye  Read more

This gives a whole new meaning to the term “ticket blitz.” Read more. Read more

Several tipsters have alerted us to the occurrence of a "hipster" being "walked" by a man on a Segway in Williamsburg over the weekend. Read more... Read more

1. And there you have it: Zillow acquires Trulia for $3.5B in stock 2. A look at Prospect Park South’s “Japanese House” 3. Politicians vow to outlaw “poor doors” Like  Read more

B LINE From 10 p.m. to 5 a.m., Monday to Friday, B service ends early each night. From 9:45 a.m. to 3 p.m., Wednesday to Friday, Manhattan-bound B trains run  Read more

Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day? Get thee to the tipline and send us your suggestions. We’d love to  Read more

We have braved rip currents an sandy trunks to bring you the best in the borough’s surf music scene. Read more. Read more

The Calvert Journal explores how the Soviet model city is alive and well on Chinese soil, where some of the fastest growing cities are “mutated children of the Stalinist belle  Read more

The sweep of gentrification may have devoured entire swaths of Brooklyn, but Sunset Park has managed to maintain its status as a relatively cost-effective hold-out. Despite its excellent tacos and  Read more

A Message from Empire State Development (ESD) regarding the April 30th public hearing on the Atlantic Yards Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement:

On March 28, 2014, the Board of

Directors  Read more

PUBLIC HEARING on Atlantic Yards

Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement

Wednesday, April 30

5:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Long Island University

Room HS 107

75 DeKalb Avenue

This Wednesday, April 30th starting at 5:30 the Empire  Read more

Police are turning to the public in their search for a man they say exposed himself to a woman on the B44 bus. According to cops, the man pictured above  Read more

A cold, creamy beer float is sophisticated enough to banish the spring break swim-up bar stigma that’s dogged icy alcoholic drinks for years. I went to college down South, and  Read more

Photo by Driely S. for Racked Lots of designers toss around the word “eclectic” when describing their lines. But while they might mean it in the “My summer collection has  Read more

Score one for the hipsters. A Brooklyn-based Skee-Ball league and the originators of the classic seaside wooden-ball-roll game have settled their copyright rumble after a nearly four-year legal war, according...  Read more

“I don’t believe in an interventionist God/But I know darling that you do.” Those are the opening lyrics to the song “Into My Arms,” which was my early introduction to  Read more

Rendering via Architizer In a move sure to make every last starchitect involved sigh in dismay from the great beyond, Syracuse School of Architecture student Victoria Lee has mashed up  Read more

Governor Andrew Cuomo’s administration has ended a bidding process that could have turned the Williamsburg Armory into a school, retail space or housing complex. Following an announcement that it would  Read more

Now that Williamsburg is so over, its famous brewery is expanding to the next NYC hotspot: Staten Island. Brooklyn Brewery has been checking out some real estate on the western  Read more

THE COMMUTE: The fare in Toronto was $3 a ride with transfers. Seniors pay $2. There are discounts when purchasing multiple tokens and tickets as well as weekly and monthly  Read more

Just three years after Petra Ecclestone spent a whopping $85M—and $20M in renovations—on the famous Spelling Manor in ritzy Holmby Hills, Los Angeles, the real estate whaling Formula One heiress  Read more

Eight years ago Ilan Hall — an immature guy with horn-rimmed glasses and a hedgehog haircut — won the second season of Top Chef. He’d been born in Great Neck,  Read more

Nina Garcia, Marie Claire fashion editor and Project Runway judge, gives a tour of her “streamlined” NYC apartment, with “accents of modern” and “a very soft palette.” It all mirrors  Read more

As part of a select delegation led by City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito, Council Member Vinnie will be in Taiwan this week as the guest of the Washington, DC-based Taipei  Read more

Both the city and private investors have pumped hundreds of millions of dollars into three different Sunset Park industrial sites with the goal of creating a thriving industrial area with  Read more

Photo via Arch Daily In a bit of deeply mathematical jest, Melbourne-based firm Denton Corker Marshall designed this engineering faculty building at the University of Technology in Sydney to be  Read more

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