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  • Archer
    Room Report: Archer Hotel New York
    Arrival Experience: This is one of New York's newer hotel openings, and the Archer New York has more personality than most other hotel choices in the neighborhood. With new openings pending for both hip Austin and snazzy Napa Valley, the...
  • EndAnd - Fun Times With Shitty People
    Review: Fun Times With Sh*tty People EP by EndAnd
    Their sound and style can be described asdisruptive, noisy, and rebellious to say the least. Since 2011, this Brooklyn-based punk rock trio - Daniel Fern (Guitars), Vox Dan Fogarty (Bass), Vox (vocals) and Mike Morales (Drums/Percussion) who make...
  • 67 Burger
    Brooklyn burgers for days
    Timing is everything. When cooler weather rolls into the city folks tend to crave comfort foods that are filling and don’t require much maintenance. One of those main food staples is the hamburger. Of course we know that burgers aren’t...
  • Autumn in Brooklyn
    Fall 2014 Brooklyn Real Estate Market Report: Brooklyn Rising
    Corcoran just released their Third Quarter 2014 Corcoran Report for Brooklyn, and price inclines don't seem to be slowing anytime soon. For the latest numbers on individual neighborhoods, click here to delve in. In the meantime, here are a few...
  • J.Crew's New Satur-DIYs
    J.Crew introduces new Satur-DIY sessions at new Brooklyn location
    In case you didn't hear, J.Crew officially opened its first Brooklyn location on Fridayat234 Wythe Avenue. To celebrate, J.Crew ishostinga series of cool projects with their favorite Brooklyn artists and stores, known asSatur-DIY s .Mark your...
  • 5 Fall Events Bring Money to Brooklyn
    5 Fall Brooklyn events that bring money to Brooklyn communities
    Every year several Brooklyn organizations, groups and institutions host fundraising events that benefit youth, adults and the Brooklyn community at large. From auctions to performances, these 5 events service programs that provide a foundation for...
  • Judge's Gavel
    Long Island man pleads not guilty to $30M bank fraud
    A former fuel company executive from Long Island accused of bilking a bank out of more than $30 million by inflating the company’s statements pleaded not guilty Friday to federal bank fraud charges.Thomas Torre, 63, of Albertson, pleaded not...
  • Postalworker hoards 2,500 pounds of undelivered mail
    Joseph Brucato, postal worker hoards 2,500 lbs. of undelivered mail since 2005
    The check is in the mail, but not if it's with the mail that is hoarded inside a Brooklyn postal worker’s home. If that's the case the person you sent it to can wait until the cows come home to get it! Did Joseph Brucato’s job...
  • Photoville 2014-Chromatic Aberration
    Photos, food, and views make for a picture perfect time
    If you haven't yet been across the river to Brooklyn for Photoville 2014, consider this your weekend homework assignment. With exhibitions from some of the leading photographers in the world, delicious brews and bites, and that never-gets-old...
  • Adidas comes to Brooklyn
    Adidas opens design studio in Brooklyn
    Brooklyn is slowing becoming the next design and fashion hub as Adidas set up its new studio site in Brooklyn. The footwear manufacturing has added former Nike designers Denis Dekovic, Marc Dolce and Mark Miner as they prepare to open its Brooklyn...
  • Omil Carrasquillo
    NYC teacher from Selden accused of molesting students
    A New York City public school teacher – from Selden – was arrested and charged Thursday with allegedly sexually abusing five female students at a Brooklyn elementary school, prosecutors said.Omil Carrasquillo, 36, was charged with 17...
  • BMX Streetstyle Finals - Dew Tour Brooklyn 2014
    The Dew Tour makes its debut in New York
    The Dew Tour Toyota City Championships made its debut in New York on September 20-21. The Dew Tour is a four tour stop featuring disciplines across BMX, skateboard, freeski and snowboard, with additional competitions integrated throughout the year...
  • First ever Blurb Bookfest brings indie authors and books to Brooklyn
    First ever Blurb Bookfest brings indie authors and books to Brooklyn
    The first ever Blurb Bookfest took place on Sunday September 21 in Brooklyn, New York. Indie authors were invited to attend seminars and then set up shop to sell their books to the public at The Makeshift Society, 55 Hope Street. The seminars...
  • Rats attack sleeping Brooklyn Boy: Autisic child could not cry out for help
    Rats attack sleeping boy: 3-year-old Brooklyn boy covered in bites
    A three-year-old Brooklyn boy was attacked by rats as he slept. The special-needs child rarely speaks so his mother believes he could not cry out for help during the attack, according to NBC New York on Sept. 16.The child’s mother, Marilyn...
  • Vegetarian Ginger
    Tastefully vegetarian
    Brooklyn locals and visitors, with distinguished palettes, not only enjoy fine dining, but also revel in the joys of finding a new eatery that they can call their regular.It is particularly gratifying when that includes a spot with healthier...