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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

Cops found a .25-caliber gun on a Brooklyn man Thursday, moments after he was busted for a MetroCard scam, law enforcement sources said. Donovan Hunter, a 27-year-old from Bedford-Stuyvesant, got  Read more

Lawmakers want to ban baloney and other processed meats from being served in New York City public schools. City Council members introduced what is being dubbed the “Ban the Baloney”  Read more

A Brooklyn bar mitzvah tutor convicted of sex abuse against two young boys in 2009 — and who remains wanted on allegations of a 2014 assault on an 11-year-old —  Read more

In a bit of a surprise, Forest City Realty Trust (FCRT), the parent of Forest City New York, announced today that its board had concluded its review of strategic alternatives,  Read more

An administrator at elite Saint Ann’s School in Brooklyn — which counts Lena Dunham and Jennifer Connelly as alums — was sent packing earlier this year for allegedly hosting booze  Read more

Alternate side

of the street parking regulations will be suspended on Friday, March

23rd, as snow removal continues.

All other regulations, including parking meter regulations, will be in

effect. Those  Read more

Oxford Nursing Home was unable to get the necessary approvals to move to Red Hook and is now looking for state approval to move to East New York instead. The  Read more

From the March issue: This month, The Real Deal pored over permit applications filed with the city’s Department of Buildings and ranked the most prolific architecture shops in the city  Read more

Chilling new video shows a group of kids pelting two NYPD cops with snowballs during Wednesday’s nor’easter — and getting new pairs of gloves for the next time. The footage,  Read more

A man driving a minivan intentionally ran over his girlfriend twice on Thursday morning in Brooklyn — but his vehicle miraculously never came in contact with her body, police said.  Read more

The Affordable Art Fair returns to the Metropolitan Pavilion this weekend, which means that thousands of pieces by more than 300 contemporary artists will be on display and priced to  Read more

If you’re headed to the New York March for Our Lives on Saturday, check out our post on the topic to make sure you’ve got all the info you need  Read more

This Sunday, skip brunch (and the inevitable photo you will Instagram of said brunch) and uncover a new way to enjoy a blissful weekend morning. From now until April 29,  Read more

The last Monday of the month deserves to go out with a bang! On March 26, head to Bushwick’s Pine Box Rock Shop for “Pairs n Chairs,” a variety show  Read more

Photo by Daniel Mudliar A little bit Feist, a little big Fleetwood Mac, and a whole lotta good vibes, Wild Child is a colorful, Austin-bred ensemble that’s bringing their indie  Read more

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