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Mayor de Blasio visited a Brooklyn synagogue Thursday to declare New York City is waging war on anti-Semitism — but he never mentioned the name of Ilhan Omar, the progressive  Read more

Changing Brooklyn: A tiny Cobble Hill park that a developer will refurbish as part of its scheme to build a seven-building complex in the neighborhood must include amenities that make  Read more

Police busted a man who allegedly killed his elderly mother by knifing her repeatedly inside their Brooklyn apartment, authorities said Thursday. Michael Khaleel, 54, was arrested Wednesday evening and charged  Read more

The Kings County Democratic County Committee voted overwhelmingly to endorse Jumaane Williams for public advocate Tuesday night, in a leftward shift for an organization that has been seen as tightly  Read more

I would argue that the only winners on Valentine’s Day are kids. Unlike Halloween, they don’t even need to put on a costume to receive loads of candy, much to  Read more

With Valentine’s Day come and gone, let’s abandon the BS Hallmark stuff and talk about the more awkward, embarrassing, and straight up horrific side of being in love. Mortified is  Read more

This Saturday is the official opening night of Understudy and Dekalb Stage, the new speakeasy cocktail bar and performance space at Dekalb Market Hall, which we previewed several weeks back.  Read more

Last Sunday, some friends and I headed to Sunset Park to celebrate the Year of the Pig and had so much fun shooting confetti guns and taking in the spectacle  Read more

Whether you have work on Monday or not, cap your President’s Day weekend off with something new and different: an elimination-style Cassoulet War! Starting at 7pm at the Kimpton Hotel  Read more

As I was walking back from a terrific dumpling-making class at Brooklyn Grange last week, Building 77’s food hall in the Brooklyn Navy Yard was lit up, and looked on  Read more

Brooklyn’s so-called “Cultural District” is really coming to life around BAM, particularly now that the Center for Fiction has moved in. The grand opening party on Tuesday, Feb. 19 is  Read more

Renters in Brooklyn should grab concessions while they’re still available. The market share of rental incentives being given by landlords in Brooklyn declined this month for the first time in  Read more

Just six weeks after the 1/22/19 Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park Quality of Life meeting--my coverage--the next one is coming on Tuesday, March 5 at 6 pm:Shirley A. Chisholm State Office Building55  Read more

Boro of Nerds: These fans came for color outside the lines! Read more. Read more

Books: The building only has three floors, but it has thousands of stories! Read more. Read more

The Right View: Democrats’ outrage over the possible deportation of an undocumented delivery man arrested at Fort Hamilton, and silence after a reported illegal immigrant and gang member allegedly shot  Read more

Someone hasn’t been paying attention. Just a day after the sensational trial of Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman wrapped with a guilty verdict, yet another lawyer in the same Brooklyn federal  Read more

The success that she and her husband achieved with the experimental school they opened in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, helped inspire a movement. Read more

In a city brimming with self-storage development, another warehouse conversion is underway in Brooklyn. Cayre Equities plans to convert a 92,000-square-foot building in Crown Heights into a Treasure Island Storage  Read more

Flatlands: Police are investigating an apparent homicide after they found a Flatlands woman dead with multiple stab wounds in her Kings Highway apartment on Monday. Read more. Read more

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens: Call it his local victory lap! Read more. Read more

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