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Landmarks Preservation Commission okays renovation of shuttered Paul Robeson Theatre

The Landmarks Preservation Commission gave a thumbs-up to renovation plans for the building that housed the now-closed Paul Robeson Theatre — whose next tenant might be a community theatre. … Full Article

The Evergreens Cemetery draws visitors during Open House New York Weekend

Here lies Bill “Bojangles” Robinson, beloved tap dancer. And victims of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire. And a grieving widower who lived in his dead wife's tomb with a pet parrot for company. … Full Article

Our Lady of Loreto is a pile of rubble

It's too late to save her. It's not too late to mourn her. There will be a mock funeral on Saturday for Loreto — Our Lady of Loreto. … Full Article

B’klyn Heights showhouse welcomes public

The borough’s inaugural Designer Showhouse has swung open its mahogany doors to the general public, treating both local residents and out-of-towners to a rare glimpse of 21st century living inside a historic 19th century Brooklyn Heights home. … Full Article

Nostrand Avenue odyssey, part 1: A stroll from Sheepshead Bay to Flatbush Nostrand Junction

Boats bobbing in the waters of Sheepshead Bay. Bed-Stuy landmarks designed by famed late 19th-century architect Montrose Morris. These two photogenic sights, which sound so dissimilar, are connected by an eight-mile-long artery —  Nostrand Avenue. … Full Article

Here's a first look at condo development 325 Henry St.'s facade

There's a new face on Atlantic Avenue. The condo development that's replacing a Shell gas station is now showing its face to the world.  … Full Article

Selfies at sunset in Brooklyn Bridge Park

They're Instagram-era sun worshippers. On warm early-October afternoons, crowds are gathering on Brooklyn Bridge Park's shoreline to photograph the sun as it sets behind the iconic Brooklyn Bridge. … Full Article

Night and day, tourists parade past pricey Pierhouse condos on Squibb Park Bridge

Gute Nacht and buenos dias, Pierhouse condo dwellers. Night and day, visitors from all walks of life are admiring your stylish furniture and the glamorous bathtubs perched beside your windows — thanks to Brooklyn Heights' bouncy bridge. … Full Article

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