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A new exhibition of installations will be open this weekend in Williamsburg, the product of a collaboration between Refinery29, a troupe of independent artists, and a slew of image-savvy  Read more

The Brooklyn high-schooler accused of bringing handgun to the first day of class Thursday stole the pistol from a gun safe belonging to his correction officer mother, police sources said.  Read more

In May of this year, long after the Department of Education announced an investigation into dozens of yeshivas for failing to provide a basic education to their students, Mayor Bill  Read more

The Brooklyn Eagle reports that The Kushner Cos. have dropped out of a deal to buy 90 Sands St. (photo), a building owned by the Jehovah’s Witnesses. Kushner Cos. has  Read more

Regardless of your feelings about hipsterburg, condoburg, touristburg, Williamsburg boasts one of the strongest dining scenes in all five boroughs, packed with all kinds of cuisines, vibes and price points.  Read more

A student was arrested for bringing a gun to a Brooklyn high school — and another in Manhattan was caught with two knives on the opening day of class Thursday,  Read more

Something called Acro-cats, which involves a troupe of very well-trained housecats performing in a circus-like show, is breezing through Brooklyn this weekend and I gotta say that it sounds like  Read more

On Friday evening, banish workweek stress with a free sunset yoga class at Industry City starting at 7pm. Mats are available on a limited basis, and the entire affair will  Read more

Park Slope’s biannual cycling-centric flea market, the Brooklyn Bike Jumble, is back at the Old Stone House on Saturday, so if you’re looking for a new whip or a good  Read more

On Sunday morning, bask in the back-to-school vibes and head over to McCarren Park starting at 10am for a good old-fashioned Field Day sponsored by the Open Space Alliance for  Read more

Given the horrific state of national and world affairs of late, it’s hard to imagine who wouldn’t benefit from more exposure to happy clouds and happy trees and the inexplicably  Read more

Fans of Nicole Krauss have been waiting a long seven years for a new book from the acclaimed novelist, so the publication of Forest Dark, which goes on sale on  Read more

Wednesday is the first night of Photoville, the spectacular free annual photography exhibit that takes over a pop-up shipping container “village” placed along the Dumbo waterfront from now through September  Read more

Uncertainty is the enemy of financial markets and the investors that rely on them. But it is not just uncertainty that gives investors the jitters. According to Chuck Cumello of  Read more

Two cops were injured Wednesday night after their patrol car crashed as they responded to a report of shots fired in Bushwick, Brooklyn, police said. The officers were rushed to  Read more

Brooklyn Heights: It’s less of an election guide and more of a selection guide. Read more. Read more

Downtown: Cops are searching for a perv who pleasured himself in front of a woman on a Manhattan-bound A train on Aug. 30. Read more. Read more

Art: They are lovely pictures for you and your droogs. Read more. Read more

Bargemusic’s weekend begins Friday evening, September 8 at 8:00 with a mix of baroque and modern, including works by J.S. Bach, Paul Schoenfield, Cesar Cui, Mark Wilson, and Manuel de  Read more

A man was punched in the face several times by a brute who shouted anti-gay slurs at him in Brooklyn, police and a witness said Wednesday. The victim, 43, was  Read more

A child was struck by a vehicle on Wednesday afternoon in front of a Brooklyn building that houses several schools, officials said. The young victim was hit just after 4:30  Read more

New York on Wednesday joined 14 other states and the District of Columbia in a federal lawsuit that will try to block President Trump’s plan to kill a program protecting  Read more

Four members of an Eastern European organized crime family have been busted for torching a Brooklyn building housing a rival poker game that was stealing their clients, authorities said Wednesday.  Read more

Last week, Streeteasy reported that rents in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens reached an all-time high in July, with median rents at $2,980, $2,453, and $1,996, respectively. That news was depressing  Read more

A Brooklyn grandmother admitted Wednesday to living a double life in order to collect almost $300,000 in government handouts meant for the needy. Joyce Anne Cohen, 60, has been collecting  Read more

A former Brooklyn district attorney bureau chief now vying to become the borough’s next top prosecutor claimed Wednesday he had “mounting evidence of corruption” within the current DA’s administration. The  Read more

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