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There's a lot to catch up on regarding the Attorney General race. While Mayor Bill de Blasio has decided to stay out of the race--seemingly a snub toward Public Advocate  Read more

The Brooklyn Book Festival will be on Sunday, September 16 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m at Borough Hall and other nearby venues, and in Columbus Park (immediately north of  Read more

In June 2013, I called it a "provisional big win for Barclays Center" when the City Council limited Madison Square Garden to 10-year permit, given that the Manhattan arena would,  Read more

Fuzzy Brooklyn: A pair of Ditmas Park dog owners are desperately searching for their pooch Pickles, whom Brooklynites have spotted scampering across the borough since he ran away during an  Read more

Fuzzy Brooklyn: Amateur and professional cyclists alike rolled into Park Slope on Saturday for a twice-a-year bicycle market where vendors peddled bikes and parts to pedalers hunting for bargains. Read  Read more

Sponsored Content: More than 1,000 do-gooders are expected to flock to MCU Park on Sept. 16 for the American Heart Association’s fourth-annual Brooklyn Heart Walk, which kicks off at 10  Read more

Mayor de Blasio called on New Yorkers Monday to cut down on greenhouse-gas emissions — but still won’t stop taking his planet-poisoning trips to the Prospect Park YMCA. De Blasio  Read more

We’ve been alerted by reader Andrew Porter that [t]he whimsical teahouse, bakery and restaurant Alice’s Tea Cup will open this year at the corner of Hicks Street and Middagh Street  Read more

Downtown: Members of New York’s Bravest rushed into their Downtown headquarters on Monday to investigate a suspicious package delivered the day before the anniversary of 9-11, ultimately deeming the parcel  Read more

"At J.Crew, we’re celebrating

the simple, optimistic principle that as unique individuals, we’re also

better together. Here, meet the Sean Casey Animal Rescue crew! They’re

an NYC-based shelter that helps  Read more

On September 22, Bustle is launching its inaugural Rule Breakers Festival at the Lefrak Center in Prospect Park. With headliner Janelle Monàe performing a full set from her most recent  Read more

Joe Sitt is looking to sell the large Coney Island assemblage where he once envisioned building a Las Vegas-style temple to shopping and entertainment. Sitt’s Thor Equities hired HFF to  Read more

The FDNY headquarters in Brooklyn was evacuated Monday afternoon after a suspicious package was found there, authorities said. The package was discovered inside the downtown Metrotech Center site about 3:35  Read more

Half a year after buying new digs in Bay Ridge, New York Building Congress President Carlo Scissura sold his Dyker Heights home for $1.6 million. On Aug. 30, Scissura closed  Read more

  

In New York City, homes tend to come in the form of unspectacular apartments inside brownstones, townhouses, old tenements, public housing, and luxury condo buildings. So when we spot  Read more

  NEW DEVELOPMENT CONDO REPORT BROOKLYN •Inventory grew slightly as new filings outpaced sales •Developers filed 20 plans with 256 units •The state approved 12 plans with 319 units valued  Read more

After weeks of heat, the cooler temperatures of the past few days have actually felt quite nice.Looking forward to fall. How about you? Read more

In the world of mid-market New York City investment sales last week, one Brooklyn developer was busy both buying and selling. 1.) Developer Chaim Landau bought a six-story apartment building  Read more

ad  for the store from  November1980 Who in the neighborhood remembers Vaccarino's Flowers at 327 Court Street at the corner of Sackett Street? Just recently, Douglas Elliman* moved out of the  Read more

A Brooklyn woman who was set on fire and beaten with a hammer by her boyfriend in June has died of her injuries, police said Monday. Alicia Avery was attacked  Read more

To hear incumbent State Senator Simcha Felder’s allies tell it, the Orthodox Jewish community in his district is under attack. On a recent evening, the unlikely source of this alleged  Read more

Used Book Sale

Sunday, September 30th, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Gently-used books for all ages, especially books for older children, will be sold at P.S. 130's 4th Annual Used Book Sale.  Read more

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