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Gowanus Is Flooding– Again!

GOWANUS - Heavy rain flooded areas of Gowanus this early morning. https://www.facebook.com/parkslopefifthavenue/videos/1417224814991664/   Unfortunately, this is not the first time for Gowanus, as the Gowanus Canal is...

Luxury Pads With Perches Fit For A King

Brooklyn has become a capitol for all kinds of capital and the thriving luxury market reflects that. Here are six opulent homes listed for...

Mr. Robot (Maybe), The Last OG & More Filming This Week...

We spotted a 'Norwich Follies' sign in Kensington/Ditmas Park -- again -- which very well may be code for Mr. Robot, according to the Twitter-sphere. So...

Brownstone Belt Real Estate Roundup: It’s Time For A Heat Wave

The Brownstone Belt's luxury market is hotter than any heat wave that Martha & The Vandellas could have conceived of. Let's start with a pair...

Sunday: Delightful, Award-Winning Short Film Leads Off Brooklyn Stickball Day

On Sunday in Coney Island, the gang is getting back to together for a fierce game that once determined everything to the kids on...

Cafe Dada Shutters After Five Years On 7th Avenue

Park Slope's iconic French-Hungarian cafe has officially -- and quietly -- closed, owners confirmed today. After the Sunday crowds shuffled out, owners of Cafe Dada...

The Wait Is Over: Camperdown Elm Opens Today In South Slope

South Slopers have been waiting for months during the extensive renovation of Thistle Hill Tavern in preparation for the grand opening of Camperdown Elm,...

Brownstone Belt Real Estate Roundup: Summertime Specials

Summer has officially started, and there is no better place to take advantage of the year's most verdant season than Brooklyn's Brownstone Belt. Check...

Brownstone Belt Real Estate Roundup: Lordy, These Deals

One man's trash pile is another man's treasure, but nobody would confuse any of these swank Brownstone Belt digs for anything other than the...

Create Your Own Summer Camp With Brooklyn’s Many Attractions

Some kids -- and parents -- prefer a summer of family-led Brooklyn exploration over traditional summer camps. So we’ve put together a list of museums,...

BAX – Where Kids Explore The Performing Arts As Creators

For over a quarter of a century the Brooklyn Arts Exchange (affectionately known as BAX) has been running its popular Summer Arts Program for...

Brownstone Belt Real Estate Roundup: Memorial Day Deals

Memorial Day is just around the corner, which means it's a perfect opportunity for a staycation, but why not come home to somewhere new...

Brownstone Belt Real Estate Roundup: Apartments Mom Would Approve

This Sunday is Mother's Day, and we think you should do something nice for Mom. How about moving to an apartment she's sure to...

[UPDATE] Manhole Explodes In Park Slope Late Wednesday

Smoke was seen billowing out of a manhole cover on 2nd Street and 5th Avenue in Park Slope Wednesday night before an explosion blasted underground. The...

District 39 Participatory Budgeting: The Results Are In

The results are in for New York City’s Participatory Budgeting Cycle 6! Council Member Brad Lander announced the seven winning capital projects and five winning programming/expense projects for...