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He still feels the Bern — for Brooklyn and the presidency. Vermont democratic socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders’ camp is in talks with Brooklyn College about giving a major outdoor speech  Read more

A Jewish religious leader is looking for answers after a pair of vandals smashed the window of a Brooklyn synagogue during a Shabbos dinner. Rabbi Menachem Heller, 39, was inside  Read more

Wedding Crashers, the only wedding fair in NYC that spans two entire venues, returns to Gowanus, Brooklyn on March 17, 2019 with even more tastings, live music, and inspiration to  Read more

Two men were stabbed, and one was critically injured, on Sunday inside a Brooklyn grocery store, police said. The men, ages 28 and 33, were in the market on Fulton  Read more

The "Yards" thing, it's going around. First in Chicago, then in Richmond, Va.Another ambitious mixed-use plan w/"Yards" + big promises.Well worth a read @NextCityOrg @hideoutchicago assumed new identity 1996, same  Read more

Speak Out: Our readers shared their thoughts on the city’s proposed location for its recently announced Coney Island ferry stop and more in this week’s Letters to the Editor. Read  Read more

The newest place to meet singles is a fence near you. The Lonely Glove Club aims to reunite mittens that have lost their mates. It all came about because Zach  Read more

A woman who lost her mother, sister and aunt to a Brooklyn apartment blaze in August has sued the owner of the building and a deli where the fire broke  Read more

The heartbroken mom of a slain teen hoops player who’d hoped to go pro has sued the city for $200 million, claiming its housing authority didn’t protect her son from  Read more

A Brooklyn federal jury has awarded $523,000 to a public-school teacher who charged that her principal took revenge when she rebuffed his sexual demands — and that the city Department of  Read more

A Brooklyn city councilman — whose attempt to ban plastic straws has been stalled since June — now hopes to nix plastic utensils with a measure he introduced Wednesday. Read more

Children called it “the dark door” — a cramped closet where disabled kids in a Brooklyn special-ed classroom were sent when naughty, according to testimony in a teacher-discipline case. “We’re  Read more

OK, this is a bit odd.An announcement from the team:New York Islanders Announcement Regarding The 2019 Stanley Cup Playoffs:Following consultation with Governor Andrew Cuomo's office, the New York Islanders and  Read more

It's worth remembering this 2/14/19 Long Island Herald article by Ronny Reyes, Belmont LIRR station plans are still unclear:Last January, the Herald printed a two-part series on the dilapidated Long Island  Read more

Joseph Sitt’s Thor Equities is scrapping plans for an 800,000-square-foot office complex on the Red Hook shoreline, a source told The Real Deal. Instead, it now plans to build last-mile  Read more

The Brooklyn Diocese on Friday published the names of more than 100 clergy “credibly accused” of sexually abusing minors. The list’s release comes two days after the Diocese of New  Read more

Mean Streets: The city endangered cyclists by painting bike lanes on Fourth Avenue that abruptly end at construction sites where traffic is reduced to one lane, forcing bike riders to  Read more

Mean Streets: The city refuses to station traffic-safety agents near ongoing construction projects on Fourth Avenue in Sunset Park, putting hundreds of area students’ lives at risk as they walk  Read more

A cruel Brooklyn pimp was sentenced Friday to 12 years in prison for luring a Manhattan sixth-grader into his clutches with the promise of a babysitting gig — then sexually  Read more

After the Sitex Group sold a Red Hook logistics site for a whopping $303 million, the industrial real estate firm has gone on a buying spree. Most recently in New  Read more

Williamsburg–Greenpoint Waterfront: These brewers are ready for their next round! Read more. Read more

From Friday, February 15th, at 9:45 p.m., until Tuesday, February 19th, at 5:00 a.m., F trains will follow their usual route between 179th Street and Church Avenue (and vice-versa).

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parking regulations will be suspended on Monday, February 18th, for Washington's Birthday (Presidents Day).

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

It’s hard to believe, but nearly 10 years ago, The Green Building opened in Gowanus and helped turn Brooklyn into one of the country’s hottest wedding destinations. When its sister  Read more

It’s our weekly ranking of the city’s most important restaurants. Read more

The Rabsky Group sold one of its large Williamsburg multifamily buildings for $130 million to Denver-based landlord UDR, which is buying at a time when several large apartment REITs are  Read more

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