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Upcycling Old Electronics for Art, The Rise and Fall of Big Sugar & More...

While everyone is opposed to Amazon in LIC, don't forget that Brooklyn was once eager to host as well... Want to know why it didn't work out? Here's an in-depth analysis from The Bridge. In...

Myrtle Street Eatery, Hudson Jane Adds a Little Beauty and Taste to Your Night

FORT GREENE/SPONSORED - Hudson Jane’s Myrtle Avenue storefront logo, a bottle of wine and some glasses sitting on a shelf with knives hanging below and their motto “Life’s too short to eat sh*tty food!”...

Winterfest Vendors Feel Scammed, Brooklyn DA’s Office Reviewing Complaint Against Organizers

PROSPECT HEIGHTS - It wasn't only families left feeling disappointed and cheated by Winterfest at Brooklyn Museum. Several vendors who paid thousands of dollars to sell their wares in the holiday marketplace say they...

Nitehawk Prospect Park Announces Grand Opening on 12/19!

PARK SLOPE/WINDSOR TERRACE - Looks like the wait is over. Late this morning, Nitehawk announced on Instagram that their opening date is set for next Wednesday, December 19. Advanced tickets will be available for purchase online beginning...

Weekend Art Events: Dec. 14-16 (Charlie Brown, Humpty Dumpty, Nutcrackers Galore & More)

It's almost Christmas! This weekend offers a variety of holiday pop-ups and markets, three productions of The Nutcracker, and a few chances to hear your favorite carols. Check the BKLYNER Calendar for more events happening...

Bklyner Gift Guide – Gifts for Kids

If there is one thing that is guaranteed - kids LOVE gifts! Sweet gifts, toys, clothing, books, arts and crafts, adventure gifts and more. Brooklyn is a kid capital and there are so many...

The Center For Fiction Opening In Fort Greene, February 2019

FORT GREENE - The Center for Fiction is relocating from its longtime home in midtown Manhattan to the Brooklyn Cultural District. Scheduled to open on February 1, 2019 at 15 Lafayette Avenue, the 17,500-square-foot, three story...

Aviator Sports Is There When The Great Outdoors Becomes Not So Great

SPONSORED - It’s pretty well known that kids don’t mind the cold as much their parents do. Visit any city playground on a weekday after school dismissal and you’ll probably see a bunch of...

Salsa Company Jalapa Jar Expands Across And Beyond Brooklyn

NAVY YARD - Brooklyn is a place filled with bustling food start-ups. Some rise and fall in a short period of time. Others, though, ascend into local success with a chance to go beyond...

Stocked Burger Is Opening in Prospect Heights

CROWN HEIGHTS/PROSPECT HEIGHTS — After an electrical fire in 2016 shuttered their Vanderbilt Avenue business for 14 months, owners of Stocked Cafe, Matthew Fulton and Lesley Covitz were filled with emotion over the overwhelming...

Politicians Demand Safety Improvements After Gravesend Woman Killed in Hit-and-Run

This morning, Borough President Eric Adams and Councilmember Mark Treyger arrived at the corner of West 2nd Street and Avenue Y to call on the city to improve street safety at the intersection where...

Rae Closing On Court Street After 32 Years

CARROLL GARDENS - A pioneering clothing boutique will be closing on Court Street at the end of the year, much to the disappointment of neighbors and longtime loyal customers. Raina Passo opened Try Rae's First...

Food & Drink

Myrtle Street Eatery, Hudson Jane Adds a Little Beauty and Taste...

FORT GREENE/SPONSORED - Hudson Jane’s Myrtle Avenue storefront logo, a bottle of wine and some glasses sitting on a shelf with knives hanging below...

Police & Fire

Real Estate & Development

Celebrity Real Estate: Björk Lists Brooklyn Heights Penthouse For $9M

BROOKLYN HEIGHTS - After nine years in Brooklyn Heights, Icelandic singer/songwriter, Björk Guðmundsdóttir is selling her luxury penthouse on Henry Street for $9 million. Douglas Elliman...