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This graphic, posted in February 2018, is post-dated to stay at the top of the blog. It will be updated as announced configurations change and buildings launch. Note the unbuilt  Read more

#Explore, #Beautiful Earth Read more

Prospect Heights: Two new entrances to Prospect Park will soon allow patrons to step into a historically neglected stretch of the meadow along Flatbush Avenue. Read more. Read more

The BRIC OPEN, a free four-day festival that reflects the creativity, inclusion, and community that this cultural powerhouse represents, opens tonight, April 26, with the theme of Borders, a fluid  Read more

Grand OpeningMay 10 – 31, 20187-9 pmwith weekly evening events on Thursdays: 5/10; 5/17 & 5/24At The Court Tree Gallery371 Court StreetCarroll Gardens is home to many incredible artists and filmmakers  Read more

NYC Police Commissioner James O'Neill at the 76th PrecinctMaria Gambardella at her surprise retirement partyThe 76th Police Precinct in Carroll Gardens gave its beloved receptionist Maria Gambardella quite a surprise  Read more

Springtime means lots of good things, like bbqs, ramp season, bike rides, outdoor drinks, and the reopening of the roller rink at the Lakeside center in Prospect Park for the  Read more

If it’s nice out on Saturday afternoon, April 28, take a bike ride over to Brooklyn Crab for the multi-level seafood shack’s sixth annual Spring Oyster Fest, taking place from  Read more

Plant lovers of the world, or at least NYC, will want to unite and get tickets to Understory, an event that celebrates the natural world through wine, food, science and  Read more

As if you needed another incentive to go to a pig roast, the one this Sunday, April 29 from 5-8pm at Threes Brewing will support The Brownsville Community Culinary Center  Read more

Greenpoint neighborhood favorite Le Fanfare, which we reviewed when it first opened in 2015, is making it even more tempting to venture out on weeknights and try one of three  Read more

The most memorable book I read in the last year was The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead, a gripping and stomach-turning rendering of slavery and the beginning of the Jim  Read more

When I first saw Y Tu Mama Tambien, Alfonso Cuaron’s 2002 movie about two young, callow dudes who end up on a sex-fueled road trip with an older woman, I  Read more

If you’re interested in emerging art, the Other Art Fair at Greenpoint’s Brooklyn Expo Center from May 3 through 6 is probably already on your radar. Returning for its third  Read more

Thursday: Local trials to watch, idyllic spring weather, and a new side to Prospect Park. Read more

The 2018 iteration of the Commercial Observer's always debatable Power 100 list of the most powerful people in real estate lacks any entrant from Forest City Ratner/Forest City New York. That's  Read more

"Kitten Shower"

Sunday, May 6th, noon to 4:00 p.m.

A "Kitten Shower" on Sunday, May 6th, from noon to 4:00 p.m. at Sean Casey Animal Rescue (SCAR), will feature a bake  Read more

Fort Greene: Bigwigs at car-hailing business Uber are scooping up a Fort Greene bicycle manufacturer in a deal that its founder hopes will bring the Brooklyn-made two-wheelers to more metropolises  Read more

Podcast: It finally happend: Stephanie Thompson, our fearless parent from Park Slope, has finally admitted she loves our orange president. But does she really? Tune in to find out! Read  Read more

Boerum Hill: A Fort Greene man says a simple survey on his website about a controversial tower near his home suddenly received international attention — and lots of “Yes” votes  Read more

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