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No, not the socks that went missing in the laundry. The Montague Street BID is celebrating Small Business Saturday this coming Saturday, November 24 from noon to 2:00 PM by  Read more

If you are lucky to have Thanksgiving weekend off, you know there is an excellent sequel, and often prequel, to the mashed potatoes and apple pie á la mode. It’s  Read more

The Heights and Hills Community Council is serving its annual Thanksgiving Feast for Seniors on Thursday at Grace Church, and needs as many pies as possible. Seconds, even thirds, on  Read more

A Brooklyn man busted for allegedly training a laser pointer at a chopper providing security for the UN General Assembly was released without bail Monday. Authorities say Douglas Tetreau aimed  Read more

The lawyer for the Brooklyn man accused of murdering Queens jogger Karina Vetrano said Monday that the victim’s father “corrupted” the crime scene by holding his daughter’s beaten and battered  Read more

Are you a business or an artisan/freelancer/hobbyist/pedlar looking for a venue to sell your crafts and wares to actual humans in the neighborhood that doesn’t involve a certain monopolistic corporate  Read more

Chef Daniel Burns says he isn’t sure what he’ll do next. Read more

These are the bars that serve the most impressive versions of the world’s most iconic cocktail. Read more

The NY Handmade Collective, formerly known as the Etsy NY Team, invites you to their 11th annual Holiday Handmade Cavalcade! This year they are featuring over 60 makers from the  Read more

Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman once had the brother of a leader of an allied cartel killed because he didn’t shake his hand — a hit the sparked a turf war  Read more

Bay Ridge: Republican Marty Golden formally conceded his Southern Brooklyn seat of sixteen years to Democratic rival and state Senator–elect Andrew Gounardes on Monday, 13 days after Gounardes claimed an  Read more

As the Holidays are approaching, we all should take time to think about the meaning of the season. Lending a helping hand to those in need is, after all,  Read more

Thirteen days after Election Day, South Brooklyn’s longtime Republican State Senator Martin Golden has admitted defeat. Golden had refused to concede on November 6, when his Democratic challenger Andrew Gounardes  Read more

(photo credit: Triada Samaras)A joyful moment captured in Carroll Gardens by my friend Triada Samaras this past Saturday.  A white limousine and a big bus parked on Second Street and  Read more

By restricting her menu to a lean framework of vegetables and pastas, has she stripped down Italian cuisine too much for jaded New York palates? Read more

There were 12 contracts signed in the Brooklyn luxury market last week, split between six townhouses, five condos and one co-op. The properties sold for about $35.9 million overall and  Read more

The city is getting ready to release a stalled plan to rezone the industrial part of Northern Brooklyn to make way for taller buildings. The Department of City Planning is  Read more

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