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Editor’s Picks: This week we’ve got a cinematic circus show, a market to fulfill your Danish desires, paintings in Park Slope, and much more! Brooklyn is the place to be!  Read more

Bedford-Stuyvesant: A local cop will spend six months in prison for illegally transferring the deed of a dead woman’s home to herself, a judge ruled on Wednesday. Read more. Read more

A Brooklyn legislator who has launched a campaign to abolish the public advocate’s office failed to reveal one pertinent fact — his wife applied for a job there and was  Read more

Alternate side of the street parking regulations will be suspended tomorrow (Friday, November 16th) for snow operations. All other regulations, including those for parking meters, will remain in effect. Read more

My article today, headlined For Amazon HQ2 deal, Atlantic Yards serves as a warning, begins:The plan for a new Amazon complex in Long Island City, Queens, arrived this week with huge  Read more

In the midst of Downtown Brooklyn’s building boom, the developer behind one of the neighborhood’s newest rental buildings is looking to sell the property for $100 million. Brooklyn-based CBZ Management  Read more

Because drunk shopping is very dangerous, check out today’s end-of-day links: Trump’s latest outburst, ‘Dumbo’ trailer, vooping, subway etiquette assault, Beto blogging, friendsgiving history, and joyful dog experiences snow for  Read more

Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman’s first escape from prison was more elaborate than simply hiding out in a laundry cart — the carefully coordinated getaway included an awaiting helicopter and escort  Read more

Michael Stern’s JDS Development is in advanced talks to secure a $240 million mezzanine loan from Silverstein Capital Partners for its planned Brooklyn mixed-use tower 9 DeKalb Avenue, sources told  Read more

Roughly 7,300 cyclists commute over the Williamsburg Bridge every day, according to the Department of Transportation. In just 163 days, when L train service between Brooklyn and Manhattan shuts down  Read more

Williamsburg: A man faces up to 15 years behind bars for assaulting a gay couple in Williamsburg, according to the borough’s top prosecutor, who charged the defendant for a hate  Read more

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From Kensington Stewards and Occupy Kensington:

Many of us are deeply concerned by a climate of escalating  Read more

Not sure if any of us are ready for snow,but it did look nice on Court Street as big flakes fell from the sky today.  Read more

Transit: Brooklynites headed into Manhattan during the morning and evening rush can now hail yellow cabs at half off via the taxi-hailing app Waave. Read more. Read more

  Crown Heights-based multifamily investor CBZ Management is marketing a portfolio of Brooklyn apartment buildings with an asking price of $70 million. The nine walk-up apartment buildings — stretching across  Read more

The Brooklyn Museum has just announced a major exhibition “exploring the life and work of the iconic Mexican artist” Frida Kahlo. The exhibit will open on February 8th, 2019, and  Read more

Well, here is something completely different coming to Smith Street in Boerum Hill.  Nordic Edge, a cryotherapy and modern wellness studio will be opening soon at 200 Smith Street in the  Read more

Flatbush: They want this hotel developer to check out! Read more. Read more

Jonathan Rose Companies has purchased a 558-unit Section 8 housing complex in Bay Ridge for about $150 million, the firm announced on Thursday. It purchased the property from NYU Langone  Read more


In his book Brooklyn Before, Larry Racioppo shares his views from the borough as he saw it from 1971 to 1983. Do you have an image in your mind  Read more

It's been a while since we saw knife grinder Dominic Del Re and his little red truck in and around Carroll Gardens. Yet, here he was yesterday afternoon, parked on  Read more

Coney Island: A new mixed-use development will bring more than 130 below-market-rate apartments to Coney Island when it opens early next year, according to a rep for its developer, Georgica  Read more

When Borough Park, Brooklyn-based landlords Blima Isaacson and Eli Fish took over federally subsidized apartments in Hartford, Connecticut in 2016, living conditions dramatically worsened. One apartment at the Infill housing  Read more

Jack White in Brooklyn, a ramen summit, Cranksgiving, and more. Read more

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