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A woman was sexually assaulted and robbed on a 4 train in Brooklyn early Thursday morning—then she chased after her attacker as he fled the train. The man allegedly disappeared  Read more

Because Trump and Pelosi like writing each other letters, check out today’s end-of-day links: Louis C.K. bs, Vampire Weekend news, Park Slope mom uniform, RIP Mary Oliver, Fyre Fest followup,  Read more

The man accused of using a hammer to attack three employees, killing one, at a Brooklyn restaurant on Tuesday night has been charged with murder. Arthur Martunovich, 34, was also  Read more

Given that the MTA Board governs the MTA, you’d have hoped that Tuesday’s emergency board meeting to discuss Governor Andrew Cuomo’s plan to avert a 15-month shut down of L  Read more

Inside a class at Abhaya Yoga in Gowanus, a teacher is guiding her students through some of the typical breathing exercises in Kundalini yoga. But instructions on breath of fire  Read more

A chef at a Sheepshead Bay seafood restaurant was killed by a hammer-wielding assailant who attacked two other employees on Tuesday night. “I heard a bunch of people screaming: ‘He’s  Read more

By now, New Yorkers have become all too familiar with the gentrification playbook: A faceless landlord buys up an aging low-story apartment building in an up-and-coming neighborhood, rent-stabilized tenants are  Read more

Emeril? I haven’t heard that name in years, not since the late ’90s, when celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse regularly invaded my home via the Food Network and my mother bought  Read more

The two big federal jails in Manhattan and Brooklyn that together hold about 1,800 men and women have not been allowing attorneys to visit clients as regularly as they did  Read more

   

Our latest installment of Quick Bites brings us to a “modern Italian eatery” in Brooklyn’s Columbia Waterfront District. [ more › ] Read more

Because people are riled up about a Gilette ad, check out today’s midday links: Wegmans coming to Brooklyn, Trump’s hamberders, Notes apologies, sober musicians, more ‘Mission: Impossibles,’ Netflix prices raised,  Read more

Mayor Bill de Blasio has officially unveiled plans for the latest expansion of the NYC Ferry system, which will now offer service to parts of all five boroughs, including a  Read more

This week in NYC: experience an acrobatic adventure at a secret Williamsburg location, a Balkan music dance and food marathon, an “immersive queer nightclub musical,” and much more! [ more  Read more

    

Hundreds of concerned Brooklyn residents rallied on the Brooklyn Heights Promenade on Saturday to demand an alternative plan for the BQE rehabilitation project, specifically one that does not involve  Read more

A man hired to help care for his elderly diabetic neighbor has been indicted for allegedly stealing and trying to sell the senior citizen’s East New York home. Jordan Horsford,  Read more

Something’s up at Summerhill. Last week a passerby sent Gothamist a photo of the once controversial Brooklyn bar at 637 Nostrand Avenue looking shuttered and getting its awning sign painted  Read more

In 2016, Patti Jackson seemed to be on a roll. Two years into the opening of her Williamsburg restaurant Delaware and Hudson, the veteran New York chef and owner had  Read more

Two years ago, a Brooklyn City Councilmember proposed legislation creating the office of the Night Mayor, an advocate for local nightlife and independent art spaces based on Amsterdam’s nachtburgemeester. The  Read more

Two days after saying he supported NY Governor Andrew Cuomo’s surprise variation on an L train shutdown plan, but added that he won’t be “steamrolled” into an unsafe plan, NYC  Read more

It’s a night of new, true stories about the fascinating world around us. This 2019 Winter Issue seeks to change the way we think about memory. After the show, mingle  Read more

In a city in which the “where-to-rent” calculus can feel like a high-stakes betting game, North Brooklyn renters who just signed leases were probably the first to rejoice at Governor  Read more

The uproar over the on-then-off-again shutdown of the L train for repairs may make it impossible to imagine that there was ever a time when north Brooklyn residents survived without  Read more

Attorneys representing a group of Haitian plaintiffs argued that the Trump administration was motivated by racism and a political agenda more than actual evidence when it decided to end Temporary  Read more

A firefighter died in the line of duty after falling from a section of the Belt Parkway in Mill Basin, Brooklyn on Sunday night. Steven Pollard, 30, was a probationary  Read more

In the nearly three years since the MTA confirmed that it would be shutting down L train service between Brooklyn and Manhattan for an extended period of time to make  Read more

The “full” L train shutdown may no longer be happening, based on what Governor Andrew Cuomo said during his surprise announcement on Thursday, but another burdensome and increasingly unavoidable fact  Read more

The man accused of attacking a Brooklyn deli worker who wasn’t making his bagel sandwich order quickly enough (in his opinion) has been arrested, police say. [ more ›  Read more

Prosecutors say that the Maryland driver who struck numerous cars in Tribeca—including one that overturned and caught fire, killing its driver—was going 100 mph during the crash. Assistant District Attorney  Read more

On Wednesday night, trains on the J/M/Z line were delayed for nearly two hours as the MTA and NYPD attempted to save a dog that was spotted running on the  Read more

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