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The annual festival is branching out to Paris this month. Très bien! Read more. Read more

We pluck out three of the Brooklyniest films at this year’s Art of Brooklyn Film Festival. Read more. Read more

“Lazarus” is set inside Israel’s Record Store, located in a subterranean space on Fulton Street. Read more. Read more

by Adam Rabiner THE BITE: Coastal Mainers slurping mollusks and cracking crustaceans at local lobster pounds have it good. Fortunately, so do those living near Sheepshead Bay. Down the  Read more

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An aerial view of Greenbelt, Maryland. The city is over. That’s an argument we’ve heard before. We’re hearing it again now, an apparent backlash against the past decade’s trend toward  Read more

  Bushwick’s “Jefftown” shows no signs of slowing its transformation into a dining and drinking destination, with tons of new eateries opening on a daily basis. Case in point, tonight’s  Read more

  Bushwick’s “Jefftown” shows no signs of slowing its transformation into a dining and drinking destination, with tons of new eateries opening on a daily basis. Case in point, tonight’s  Read more

Photos courtesy of Fulton Boulevard Improvement District. The sculpture, called “Atlanta Gateway,” was the first mega-sized commission for world-renowned artist Peter Forakis in the late 1960s. Built of hundreds of  Read more

Photos courtesy of Fulton Boulevard Improvement District. The sculpture, called “Atlanta Gateway,” was the first mega-sized commission for world-renowned artist Peter Forakis in the late 1960s. Built of hundreds of  Read more

https://twitter.com/NYPD83Pct/status/595756656543268865 Investigators made a grisly find Tuesday -- a coffin full of bones and trash near a Brooklyn cemetery, police sources said. The coffin was found at 6 a.m. in...  Read more

As spring really begins to kick into high gear, constant reminders of what makes Brooklyn such a great place to... Read More… Read More

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As spring really begins to kick into high gear, constant reminders of what makes Brooklyn such a great place to... Read More… Read More

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All renderings via Google When Google unveiled plans for its new headquarters, a sprawling, greenhouse-like canopied structure designed by Bjarke Ingels and Thomas Heatherwick, it spoke of creating a revolutionary  Read more

All renderings via Google When Google unveiled plans for its new headquarters, a sprawling, greenhouse-like canopied structure designed by Bjarke Ingels and Thomas Heatherwick, it spoke of creating a revolutionary  Read more

We’re not quite sure what real estate prices are like in the extremely English-sounding town (county? province? demilitarized zone?) of Whittlesey, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, but £15,000 for a studio apartment seems  Read more

Ace Hotel renovation in downtown Los Angeles, California (2014) by Commune, a National Design Award Winner for Interior Design. All photos via Cooper Hewitt The Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Awards  Read more

The numbers are in. Staten Island District Attorney Daniel Donovan sailed to victory over opponent Councilman Vincent Gentile in last night’s special election. Republican Donovan took 60 percent of the  Read more

The numbers are in. Staten Island District Attorney Daniel Donovan sailed to victory over opponent Councilman Vincent Gentile in last night’s special election. Republican Donovan took 60 percent of the  Read more

Architect Henry Bittman’s legacy is intertwined with Seattle’s. The Decatur Building. The Mann Building. King County Courthouse #3. Many of the the architect and engineer’s creations still stand and mark  Read more

  For the past seven years, the staff at Turnstile Tours has been offering two-hour bus and bicycle tours of the typically off-limits Brooklyn Navy Yard, a sprawling 300-acre property  Read more

Rooftop Films' 19th annual Summer Series, featuring 40+ outdoor indie film screenings at 19 venues, opens Friday, May 29 at Industry City, at 220 36th Street in Sunset Park, with  Read more

Loosie Rouge feels in peril of becoming the next Williamsburg bar we will all love to hate, but for now,... Read More… Read More

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Manhattan accounted for just over 20 percent of new development applications filed last month, according to an analysis of Department of Buildings data by The Real Deal, which looked at  Read more

In the wake of an announcement of losses and plans to sell 32.5 million shares of stock, Forest City Enterprises stock went down 3.82% yesterday, a not insignificant if hardly  Read more

In the wake of an announcement of losses and plans to sell 32.5 million shares of stock, Forest City Enterprises stock went down 3.82% yesterday, a not insignificant if hardly  Read more

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The closing paragraphs of the 5/5/14 New York Times article about proposed changes to the 421-a tax break, Lobbying Campaign Aims to Overhaul Housing Tax Abatement Plan:An increasing percentage of residential construction  Read more

The closing paragraphs of the 5/5/14 New York Times article about proposed changes to the 421-a tax break, Lobbying Campaign Aims to Overhaul Housing Tax Abatement Plan:An increasing percentage of residential construction  Read more

The local star casts her warm dusky glow upon the Sheepshead / Nostrand Houses. Photo by Erica Sherman Morning Mug is our daily showcase of photographs from our readers. If  Read more

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