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Brooklyn

  1. shutdowns
    Brooklyn’s Most Prominent Food Incubator Has Abruptly ClosedNow 175 small-business owners are left scrambling to recover.
  2. mta
    Get on the Bus: A Radical Plan for Brooklyn’s Bus NetworkTwo urban planning experts argue that putting buses first could help fix New York’s transit woes.
  3. best of new york
    The Absolute Best Restaurants in Cobble HillNotable Ethiopian, Yemeni, Spanish, and Japanese cuisine, as well as several serious cocktail and wine bars with equally ambitious food programs.
  4. space of the week
    An Updated Brooklyn Rowhouse That Preserves the Wildness Out BackThe elegantly lush backyard is very much the centerpiece of this Cobble Hill home.
  5. habitats
    How Novelist John Wray Made His Brooklyn Brownstone Into a Writers’ ClubhouseThis Park Slope townhouse is a cross between an artists’ colony, a co-working space, and a frat house.
  6. best of new york
    The Absolute Best Restaurants in Downtown BrooklynWhile the area may not yet have much of an identity beyond “new,” it does have some surprising, under-the-radar gems.
  7. interior lives
    This Cobble Hill Townhouse Has a Two-Story Bookshelf, Moon Light, Climbing WallWith the collaboration of Leroy Street Studio and Brook Landscape, Olivia Song has created an oasis for her husband and two young boys.
  8. interior lives
    This All-Black Boerum Hill Firehouse Has a Live-in Archery RangeJulian LaVerdiere and Erica Hohf have transformed the second story into their home, fit with an archery range, Japanese soaking tub, and terrace.
  9. best of new york
    The Absolute Best Restaurants in Park SlopeSquid-ink crackers with mackerel pâté, affordable omakase, and great bagels.
  10. closings
    Brooklyn’s Prime Meats Will Close in NovemberThe owners plan to convert the space into a wine bar and an extension of their popular Frankies 457 Spuntino.
  11. the grub street diet
    Comedian Maeve Higgins Loves the Rush of Extreme Caffeine“An expanding sense of well-being started pulsing throughout my system.”
  12. restaurant review
    Sofreh Is a Modern New York Expression of Ancient Persian CuisineThe buzzed-about Brooklyn restaurant features elegant home-style cooking with an emphasis on small shared plates.
  13. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Restaurants in BushwickLocavore pasta, vegan Ethiopian, tortilla-factory tacos, and destination pizza.
  14. original video
    This Artist’s Giant Yarn Sculptures Explode With ColorArtist Liz Collins loves color so much she once ate a crayon. Now, she channels her artistic tendencies through larger-than-life textile sculptures.
  15. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Restaurants in Carroll GardensWhere worth-the-wait pizza and red-sauce Italian meet excellent pho, unusual ramen, and some of the city’s most spectacular multiregional Thai.
  16. counter culture
    A Radical Café Carves Out Space in a Gentrifying NeighborhoodWith Playground Coffee Shop, Zenat Begum wants to take back some space for the people being pushed out of Bed-Stuy.
  17. design hunting
    Art Lovers Will Appreciate This Lichtenstein-Adorned Gallery–Home HybridNo wood or marble was allowed.
  18. closings
    Brooklyn’s Only Papaya King Has ClosedAt least we had two years to relish it.
  19. new york city
    Elaine Welteroth Speaks Out on Instagram About Uber Driver Misconduct“Too many of us deal with this kind of mistreatment daily,” she wrote afterward.
  20. grub guides
    15 Terrific Versions of Linguine and ClamsGood morning to clam sauce and to clam sauce only.
  21. openings
    Bar Beau Debuts in Williamsburg With Drinks Inspired by the Pacific NorthwestSmall plates include warm udon with shiso pesto and Grana Padano.
  22. Greenpoint Has a New Destination for Shrimp Cocktail and Cold MartinisBernie’s specializes in sizzling hot baked clams, cold Martinis, and zero pretense.
  23. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Restaurants (and Markets) in Brighton BeachA Nathan’s hot dog isn’t Brooklyn’s only iconic beach eat.
  24. women in film
    A Weekend for Female Directors in BrooklynThe Brooklyn Women’s Film Festival is “run by women, about women, and for everyone.”
  25. taste test
    Is the Pizza at the New Di Fara As Good As the Iconic Original?A rigorous taste test.
  26. crime scenes
    Brooklyn Chef Arrested for Attempted Tree MurderNeighbors caught the former Top Chef contestant in the act.
  27. Pizza Guy Detained by ICE While Delivering to Brooklyn Army BasePablo Villavicencio says he’s brought food to the Fort Hamilton base many times before, but on Friday something went wrong.
  28. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Restaurants in Red HookOne-of-a-kind spots for a one-of-a-kind neighborhood.
  29. rip
    Saltie Chef and Co-founder Rebecca Clare Collerton Has DiedShe helped create one of contemporary New York’s most obsessed-over sandwich shops.
  30. encounters
    When Some Chefs Chase Trends, Fredrik Berselius Stays the CourseAska’s chef on his new cookbook, his devotion to a single restaurant, and his desire to watch a new generation of chefs make their mark.
  31. everything old
    Jemima Kirke Reportedly Hosted an Extremely Bleak Stoop SaleFor sale: Girls DVDs, never opened.
  32. new york beginnings
    The Birth of the Park Slope Food CoopHow a food-loving community center became the most infamous — and best — grocery store in America.
  33. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Restaurants in Prospect HeightsWhere to go for everything from jerk chicken to rutabaga “tagliatelle.”
  34. crime
    The Dismembered Torso Found in a Brooklyn Park Has Been IdentifiedBrandy Odom had been missing for months.
  35. crime
    Woman’s Dismembered Torso Found in Brooklyn ParkThe woman’s body was found in Canarsie Park on Monday night by a woman walking her dog.
  36. interviews
    Why Bushwick Is Rooting for the 21-Year-Old Owner of a New Vegan CaféMeet Francesca Cheney, the student-doula-musician behind pop-up turned permanent restaurant, Sol Sips.
  37. design hunting
    Interior Lives: This Park Slope Townhouse Mixes Gucci, Malachite, and TargetTour this stunning Brooklyn home.
  38. space of the week
    A Cookie-Cutter Apartment, Transformed by Local Artisan WorksDesigner Amber Rogers turned this high-rise flat into a curated home with work from home-design makers around the city.
  39. New York Police Kill Bipolar Black Man Armed With a Small Glass PipePolice say that they thought the pipe, which had a knob on its end, was a gun.
  40. gallery
    Giant Mural on Flatbush Avenue Captures the Brooklyn WayBrooklyn artist Katie Merz created a cartoonlike mural on a 12,500-square-foot city building.
  41. What New York Should Learn From the Park Slope Crash That Killed Two ChildrenMost of these not-really-accidental events are preventable by steps more powerful than telling people to “be careful.”
  42. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Restaurants in WilliamsburgTwenty-three wonderful spots off the L train.
  43. space of the week
    An Artist-Architect Breathes New Life Into a Brooklyn Row HouseShane Neufeld’s year-old firm recently completed its first major project — the renovation of a dilapidated home in Bed-Stuy for his family.
  44. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Restaurants in Sunset ParkWhere and what to eat in one of Brooklyn’s most eclectic and delicious neighborhoods, from a Cantonese banquet feast to a mole-poblano tamale.
  45. hangover helpers
    Olmsted Launches Its Very Fun, Super Exciting BrunchExpect apple-strudel sticky buns, cheesy egg rolls, and more.
  46. gallery
    ‘Carry That Weight’ Artist Emma Sulkowicz Has a New Art ShowSee Emma Sulkowicz’s artwork in a Brooklyn greenhouse.
  47. A New-Look Diner Serves NYC’s Boldest Brunch SandwichMeatloaf, eggs, greens, and a giant slab of garlic toast — what’s not to like about that?
  48. rip
    Frank’s Cocktail Lounge Is the Perfect Bar — Frank Perkins Is the Reason WhyIn Fort Greene, a squat building houses an iconic bar that has resisted gentrification for more than four decades.
  49. These Life-Changing Tater-Tot Nachos Speak for ThemselvesThey’re the perfect embodiment of the bar’s ethos: “seasonal, but sleazy.”
  50. closings
    Good-bye to Bait & Tackle, the Ultimate Red Hook Bar“We don’t have pool. We don’t have games. We have drinks and sometimes cocaine.”
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