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This is the second pedestrian fatality involving a sanitation truck since the new year. Read more

Is tackling that wedding to-do list at the top of your New Year’s resolutions? Then we’ve got you covered! On January 22, Wedding Crashers will host a special panel discussion,  Read more

On Saturday afternoon, the 10th annual Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Fest is descending upon its new venue, Greenpoint’s Brooklyn Expo Center, from 2-6pm. The event features events like bourbon bingo,  Read more

The highlight of NYC’s Winter Jazzfest, an annual celebration that draws some 15,000 fans and has been recognized by JazzTimes Magazine as the #1 jazz festival in North America, are  Read more

In an effort to reduce the level of antisemitism that has been the cause of an uptick in violent incidents

The post Pilot Program Educates Brooklyn Students About Antisemitism appeared first  Read more

According to what looks to be a live but work-in-progress website, Cardinal Mkt is coming soon to 44 Henry St. and will be serving “modern dishes that capture the flavors  Read more

According to what looks to be a live but work-in-progress website, Cardinal Mkt is coming soon to 44 Henry St. and will be serving “modern dishes that capture the flavors  Read more

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams leads all contenders in raising campaign cash for the 2021 mayoral race, exceeding Council Speaker Corey Johnson and City Comptroller Scott Stringer, who are banking  Read more

The Housing Authority’s Independence Towers in Williamsburg is struggling the most to keep tenants warm this winter, clocking in with 17 heating failures through December, new data from the authority’s  Read more

Looks like The Hamburglar’s got some competition. A half-dozen boys broke into a Brooklyn McDonald’s and gleefully made off with sodas, milkshakes, parfaits and chocolate milk on Christmas Day, according  Read more

Looks like The Hamburglar’s got some competition. A half-dozen boys broke into a Brooklyn McDonald’s and gleefully made off with sodas, milkshakes, parfaits and chocolate milk on Christmas Day, according  Read more

Mega warehouse landlord Prologis is buying a property in Sunset Park that will soon be the new headquarters of food-rescue nonprofit City Harvest. The multinational real estate investment trust is  Read more

Mega warehouse landlord Prologis is buying a property in Sunset Park that will soon be the new headquarters of food-rescue nonprofit City Harvest. The multinational real estate investment trust is  Read more

It was an act of Mass destruction. A man sprayed red juice on a Catholic priest and his altar at a Brooklyn church Sunday — in an act religious leaders  Read more

It was an act of Mass destruction. A man sprayed red juice on a Catholic priest and his altar at a Brooklyn church Sunday — in an act religious leaders  Read more

Because it's getting hot in here (the Earth), check out today's end-of-day links: RIP Opening Ceremony, 'Doolittle' bomb, ferocious feline, Beastie Boys documentary, Democratic candidate quiz, dog exercise and more.  Read more

Because it's getting hot in here (the Earth), check out today's end-of-day links: RIP Opening Ceremony, 'Doolittle' bomb, ferocious feline, Beastie Boys documentary, Democratic candidate quiz, dog exercise and more.  Read more

An 83-year-old man fatally struck a woman with his pickup truck in Brooklyn on Wednesday — and didn’t even notice, according to police and a witness. The unidentified victim, 67,  Read more

Cops were called to a woman’s Brooklyn apartment Monday evening but found nothing incriminating –– an hour later, the 77-year-old was murdered, police and sources revealed Wednesday. Marie Louis was  Read more

Developers Toby Moskovits and Michael Lichtenstein owe an investor about $3.3 million, he alleges in a lawsuit that suggests they repay him with their stakes in LLCs. Shaul Kopelowitz’s suit  Read more

Developers Toby Moskovits and Michael Lichtenstein owe an investor about $3.3 million, he alleges in a lawsuit that suggests they repay him with their stakes in LLCs. Shaul Kopelowitz’s suit  Read more

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