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Bensonhurst: Brooklynites can write the book on this library’s future. Read more. Read more

Looking for a fun way to get your Friday night going after working 9 to 5 all week? Head to The Bell House for a night to celebrate the inimitable  Read more

I’m feeling a Red Hook experience coming on this Saturday, which happens to work out perfectly because there are two new exhibits at Pioneer Works that opened this week: Refiguring  Read more

It’s already Oscars night, and even if you think awards shows are mostly dumb and aren’t the least bit curious about what a hostless ceremony will look like, it’s still  Read more

Actor and comedian Ramy Youssef’s soon-to-be-aired new series, RAMY, is about being a first generation Muslim-American and a Millennial in a politically divided New Jersey town, which certainly sounds compelling  Read more

A developer has unveiled plans to build two 39-story residential towers in Crown Heights, confirming fears of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden and its advocates who have warned the city that  Read more

Awesome: Kings County kids busted out their sleds and hit local parks across the borough on Wednesday, when Brooklyn celebrated its first real snow day of the season, according to  Read more


Taiyaki, the tiny shop on Baxter Street that opened with one thing on the menu (taiyaki, naturally, served with soft serve ice cream), has been drawing insane lines recently  Read more

Sponsored Content: Amenities galore, stunning views, and ample space await prospective renters at Monaco in Jersey City. Read more. Read more

A group of Flushing-based developers who have struggled with the rezoning process in Sunset Park have put their large development site on the market. The developers had planned a 1.3-million-square-foot  Read more

Sure, it's no big deal, but it's another example of what I call "Atlantic Yards down the memory hole," when fuzzy observations turn into mistaken assumptions.In an essay in last  Read more

UPDATED, Feb. 21, 11:07 a.m.: Another EB-5 loan has hit a snag — this time at Brooklyn’s 22-acre Pacific Park megaproject. Roughly a quarter of a $249 million mezzanine loan  Read more

Theater: This is a “Mattress” that stays woke. Read more. Read more

Fearless Living: A trip to the wilds of Jamaica puts our columnist face to face with one of her biggest fears. Read more. Read more

The loss of Videology left a hole in our hearts, but this week, Nitehawk Prospect Park is bringing back a little piece of home. On Tuesday, the former hosts of  Read more

Hey, remember back in 2000 when your biggest dream was to be invited to Aaron’s party? That wasn’t just me, right? Well, my fellow Aaron Carter devotees, now’s our chance.  Read more

Crown Finish Caves is a Brooklyn-grown cheese-aging operation and dairy plant that, as Meredith Craig de Pietro reported, is notoriously hard to check out. The Crown Heights facility doesn’t offer  Read more


side of the street

parking regulations will be suspended on Thursday, February 21st, for snow removal.

All other regulations, including parking meter regulations, will be in  Read more

City slayings have jumped 55 percent so far this year compared to the same period in 2018 — fueled mainly by murders in northern Brooklyn, according to the latest NYPD  Read more

Brooklyn Heights: Plus all the other crime from Brooklyn Heights and Downtown’s 84th Precinct blotter. Read more. Read more

Update: Feb. 21, 2019, 10:30 a.m.: One piece of the Ko-Rec-Type portfolio in Williamsburg traded for $23 million. The parcel, located at 96 North 10th Street, sits across Wythe Avenue  Read more

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