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On the long and ever-expanding list of content that I need to get to one of these days, Patriot Act, the new Netflix political comedy show from Daily Show alum  Read more

If you’re already starting to stress about holiday shopping and the state of your Gmail “Promotions” inbox in the weeks between now and Christmas, the American Field pop-up market at  Read more

Over my years contributing to this blog, I’ve written up a lot of the various food takedown events put together by Matt Timms, who has been inspiring home cooks to  Read more

Exciting news for those of us old enough to remember the golden age of alt rock: The Pixies are at Brooklyn Steel for three nights this week to celebrate the  Read more

Friday 11/16 Brooklyn Revolution Walking Tour @ Tweed Courthouse, 12pm, $26-$35, more info Saturday 11/17 Vashti Harrison Illustration @ powerHouse Arena, 2pm, FREE, more info Book Launch: Little Dreamers: Visionary  Read more

The city is on pace to meet Mayor Bill de Blasio’s ambitious goals for affordable housing construction, according to a new report from the New York Building Congress. The report  Read more

Update: see PowerPoint at bottom.As expected, there was not a lot of news at the Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park Quality of Life meeting held two nights ago, 11/13/18, since the previous  Read more

Schneps Community News Group is proud to announce that Brooklyn Paper Deputy Editor Anthony Rotunno, who joined our newsroom in America’s Downtown in May 2017, is taking the reins as  Read more

Pianist Jeewon Park (photo) begins Bargemusic’s weekend on Friday evening, Novemeber 16 at 7:00 with works by Mozart, Beethoven, and Schubert. On Saturday evening, November 17 at 6:00, Marika Bournaki  Read more

UPDATE, December 2nd:

The tree lighting ceremony has been rescheduled for Friday, December 7th, at 6:30 p.m.


Tree Lighting Ceremony

Thursday, December 6th, 6:30 p.m.

All ages are welcome to come share the Christmas  Read more

Accused Nxivm sex-cult leader Keith Raniere is again begging a judge to free him on bail pending trial. Brooklyn federal court Judge Nicholas Garaufis had already shot down an elaborate  Read more

In a case of be careful what you wish for, politicians who signed a boosterish Dear “Mr. Bezos” letter last year urging Amazon to come to New York City now  Read more

As a long-time devotee of the Threes Brewing in Gowanus, I’ve been meaning to check out their newer Greenpoint outpost forever — which has yet to happen, exclusively because it’s  Read more

Whether you’re trying to distract yourself from the family inquisition that awaits at Thanksgiving dinner or from a lonely solo holiday in the city, you could probably use a good  Read more

Sure, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade seems like one of those irritating tourist traps to avoid like the plague, but you really ought to do it at least once. How  Read more

Brooklyn jurors in the El Chapo trial were given an inside look Wednesday into a clandestine tunnel once used to smuggle 1 ton of “nearly pure” cocaine from Mexico to  Read more

A Snow Alert goes into effect on Thursday, November 15th, at noon.

Alternate side of the street parking regulations will be suspended citywide to facilitate winter weather preparations and

snow  Read more

A waterfront neighborhood where the food has finally caught up to the views. Read more

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