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This weekend, from 11:45 PM Friday, January 25 to 5:00 AM, Monday, January 28, there will be no 4 train service in either direction between Manhattan and Brooklyn. Because 5  Read more

Dining: The three restaurateurs who last year announced plans to revive Downtown’s venerable chop house Gage and Tollner plan to open their second-coming of the bistro this fall, after recently  Read more

The trial of this century just collided with the trial of last century. Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman’s defense team grilled a forensic handwriting expert in Brooklyn federal court Thursday —  Read more

Because The Dude is going to the Super Bowl, check out today’s end-of-day links: conspiracy theory targets, UWS dognapping solved, Michael Cohen subpoenaed, polyamorous vampires, and dog becomes duckblur. [  Read more

Regular Monthly Meeting Of Brooklyn Community Board 14

Monday, February 11th, 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.  Read more

A Brooklyn restaurant manager has died from injuries inflicted by the hammer-wielding man who stormed a Sheepshead Bay buffet last week, according to authorities. [ more › ] Read more

Just a few weeks ago, Governor Andrew Cuomo upended three years of transportation planning and shocked the city by announcing that L train service between Brooklyn and Manhattan would no  Read more

Coney Island: The developer planning to redevelop Coney Island’s Shore Theater into a hotel and spa must amend its plans to include a sign that better recalls the majesty of  Read more

Gowanus Canal CAG member Brad Vogel facilitating the meetingKevin Clarke, NYC DEP project manager giving presentationCSO TUNNEL vs. the CSO TANKSReflections on DEP's Presentation to the Gowanus Canal Community Advisory  Read more

The third victim in a hammer attack at a Chinese restaurant in Brooklyn has died, police sources said Thursday. Tsz Mat Pun, 50, the manager at Sheepshead Bay’s Seaport Buffet  Read more

Because Jared Kushner is a ‘nonentity,’ check out today’s midday links: new Vampire Weekend, Gritty’s origin story, crazy white rats, Brooklyn Promenade plan, Google Docs hack, BuzzFeed layoffs, and dog  Read more

Over a dozen would-be renters were duped into handing over thousands of dollars in security payments for apartments that did not exist. New York City Police Department detectives are seeking  Read more

New Yorkers are routinely unfazed by things on the subway that might be described as “alarming” anywhere else in the world. Lugging a refrigerator, a peacock, or a palm tree  Read more

In the cutthroat world of NYC real estate, would-be renters are advised to act fast—and even have cash on hand for a security deposit when viewing apartments. But this fast-paced,  Read more

The New York City Department of Transportation is on the move. The agency has signed an agreement to lease a vacant warehouse owned by the Rabsky Group in East Williamsburg.  Read more

Although I have pretty wide-ranging taste in music, I’ll confess that I’ve never exactly been a fan of metal or grindcore. That said, I’m open to changing things up in  Read more

If you’re not familiar with Brooklyn-based comedian Josh Gondelman, you definitely know his writing from Last Week with John Oliver, Billy on the Street, McSweeney’s, New York Magazine, The New  Read more

Craig Edward Dykers drove from Austin, Texas, to Manhattan as an architecture student in 1985 to see an imposing, 37-story tower at 550 Madison Avenue that AT&T just had built  Read more

This is the first of several articles based on discussion at the 1/22/19 Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park Quality of Life meeting.Attendees got no insight on two key questions--how the 2025 deadline  Read more

On Thanksgiving Day, I took a New Jersey Transit train from Penn Station to see family in Princeton and had the pleasure of sitting next to a delightful woman in  Read more

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