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An estimated 15,000 people are expected at tomorrow's rally and march in Staten Island to protest the killing of Eric Garner on July 17 during an arrest for selling loose  Read more

Nationally, nearly 15,000 children -- 46 a day -- are diagnosed with cancer every year. About 20% -- or 16,000 a year – will die of cancer, with the average  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

SOHO — The Cleveland is hosting a Labor Day cookout. Max Sussman will be grilling hot dogs, burgers, and corn. There will also be kale salad. Items are $5 to  Read more

The personally designed home of large-looming architect Paul Rudolph, the late former dean of the Yale School of Architecture, has been put back on the market for $28M after failing  Read more

This Bedford-Stuyvesant resident is tackling stereotypes, one hairstyle at a time. Read more. Read more

The Turkish government just released plans to demolish three new Istanbul skyscrapers as a measure to protect the city’s historic skyline. According to Dezeen, the soon-to-be destroyed residences caught the  Read more

• The Elm is headlining Taste Williamsburg on September 7. Tickets on sale here. [Grub Street] • Cherry Izakaya will be launching a happy hour this coming Monday. It’ll run  Read more

Welcome to Curbed’s new weekly roundup of architecture, real estate, and urban planning-related feature stories from, well, anywhere that isn’t Curbed. We’ll be collecting a few of our favorite longer  Read more

James Franco’s beef with Gawker stretches back to at least 2008 , but recently it intensified after my colleague J.K. Trotter wrote a post called "James Franco Is Living  Read more

The following is a paid announcement from Elite Academy of Science and Technology: Choosing the right high school for your child can make all the difference in their future. Public  Read more

  Safe travels this weekend, everyone! Photo by Jeff Horelick

The post Puzzle: All Roads Lead To Brighton appeared first on Sheepshead Bites. Read more

In what is clearly a very necessary and sensible homage, this proposed Nike sneaker by French designer Ora-Ïto is meant to resemble classic Eames furniture design. Referencing both the sleek  Read more

  The rumor mill has long been churning out alleged locations for an Apple store in Williamsburg. There were previously whispers that Apple had bought the Salvation Army building, or  Read more

Photo by Robert Herrmann via Dezeen The sensual-blob futurescape of Colorless swoop purveyor Zaha Hadid is nearly done, and Dezeen has the photographs to prove it. Call it what you  Read more

Starchitect Bjarke Ingels’ firm BIG is duking it out with James Corner Field Operations to design a super-stealthy redevelopment of Miami Beach’s Lincoln Road neighborhood, a district originally designed by  Read more

Perhaps it is my over-active imagination, but I do believe that Schermerhorn, a new development planned for Brooklyn, may just be the first hipster building ever created. Why it should  Read more

After a busy week, here’s a chance to catch up on some of the news happening outside of our neighborhood! We’ve pulled together some of our favorite recent stories from  Read more

Just when everyone thought green-roof micro homes had reached peak cuteness, this $1.65M retreat in Friday Harbor, Wash., flounced its way onto the market to claim its place as the  Read more

An alert went out this week warning that feral cats and kittens roaming Bensonhurst may have rabies, after city officials captured a rabid raccoon that was seen fighting with some  Read more

The Journal reports that more women than ever are applying to become architects, but the number that attain their licenses or rise to leadership positions is still disproportionately low. “There’s  Read more

Residents of a Fort Greene apartment building have been plagued for more than a year by mysterious garbage bags filled with pee. [ more › ] Read more

Are you sick of the Ice Bucket Challenge? Or are you now part of the backlash to the backlash of the crazy viral movement to raise money (it’s already raised  Read more

Looking for a new place to call home? Sheepshead Bites has got you covered. Our rental roundup showcases some of the deals on the market now. If you know of  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

Our columnist thinks the Mets future is bright, thanks to these Cyclone All-Stars. Read more. Read more

Photo by James Alexander Cameron via Stained Glass Attitudes Though they sought to bringing glory to god, medieval architects and builders were only human, of course, subject as we all  Read more

Holly Howard is our go-to business consultant. She’s helped countless small businesses in Brooklyn and beyond (including us here at Brooklyn Based) with her expertise and know-how. This summer, in  Read more

An unidentified teen waited for the Q train to pull into the Ocean Parkway station, snatched an unsuspecting straphanger’s iPhone and bolted, according to police. The August 10 incident took  Read more

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