Pho is front and center at new Greenpoint Vietnamese eatery

Popular Vietnamese pho joint An Choi is branching out from the Lower East Side with a new shop on Greenpoint Avenue.  … Full Article

Brooklyn Public Library opens interim branch in book-starved Sunset Park

Sunset Park book lovers rejoice — you have a library again. … Full Article

Come stroll through Greenpoint, everybody’s favorite waterfront neighborhood

When you’re craving some quality time in Greenpoint, it’s only fitting that you get there on a ferry. The waterfront plays a key role in the neighborhood’s history.  … Full Article

Greenpoint landmark 144 Franklin St. hits the market

Icon for sale! The most recognizable building in Greenpoint is up for grabs. Potential buyers have already made multiple offers for the landmarked 1890s eye-catcher known as 144 Franklin St., aka the Mechanics and Traders Bank of Brooklyn. … Full Article

Expanding beer hall chain opens Williamsburg location

Clinton Hall, a beer hall that has been opening locations all over town, has now added a fifth location at the Pod Hotel at 247 Metropolitan Ave. in Williamsburg. … Full Article

Norman Mailer’s Brooklyn Heights home on sale for $2.4 million

The top floor of Pulitzer Prize-winning author Norman Mailer’s Brooklyn Heights home, which Mailer once transformed to look like the inside of a ship, and a separate apartment below are now for sale at $2.4 million, according to his son, Michael Mailer. … Full Article

Mystery in Bushwick: How do next-door neighbors turn up dead two days apart?

Cops are investigating the stupefying and unnerving mystery of how two next door neighbors in a single public housing building in Bushwick were found two days apart and apparently murdered in a crime that has left residents shaken.  … Full Article


With noise pollution a top source of 311 complaints, Brooklyn startup ‘listens in’

The rumble of buses. The jubilant hallelujahs of gospel music. The loud grind of jackhammers. The high-pitched crying of babies. … Full Article

Former Community Board 6 district manager forged documents to give himself a raise, DA says

Craig Hammerman, who was the district manager of Community Board 6 for 27 years until leaving in scandal after a domestic arrest last year, gave himself raises by forging signatures on documents, Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez and Department of Investigation Commissioner Mark Peters ann … Full Article


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