A group of "co-living enthusiasts" sets off our perv sensors.
In case you weren't sure whether Brooklyn was over, MTV assures you that it is.
We quiz the actress about her Park Slope home life, and how she feels about Jennifer Connelly's bolting from the borough.
This may be the first professional-sports stadium to serve knishes and egg creams.
Paul Bettany and Jennifer Connelly are moving! Go judge their new premises.
The 'Dawson's Creek' star may have been a slut in the past, she says, but shame on Brooklynites for saying she is now. She's married!
But what happens to all of the bodies in the crypt? Wait … we've seen this movie!
A Perry Street sous-chef is opening his own (unnamed) place in Brooklyn.
The genteel Slope has a dark side, as one man found this past Saturday evening.
Not everybody in Carroll Gardens is happy about getting a new Jim Mamary bar.
Nah, not really. Just in the Maggie Gyllenhaal sense.
The presidential candidate confuses Brooklyn residents by choosing an unlikely location in which to announce his new economic plan.
The Internet is still full of articles about the Brooklyn Museum's Takashi Murakami opening-night party even though it took place on Thursday. Allow us to contribute.
Developer Bruce Ratner is slated to receive an award tonight at a fancy gala, and opponents of his Atlantic Yards project will be there to make sure he doesn't enjoy it.
As a courageous statement against counterfeit handbags, real Louis Vuitton handbags and the new Monogramoflauge canvases will be sold on ten tables outside the Brooklyn Museum at the opening of the Takashi Murakami–Louis Vuitton exhibit tonight.
Frey buys more in Soho, stained glass lingers in Bay Ridge, and Bed-Stuy sales are in the toilet in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
Find out where to go and what to skip.
The Brooklyn Museum has finally confirmed it will host a pop-up Louis Vuitton shop along with its Takashi Murakami exhibit starting next month.
A group of Brooklyn judges are fighting to keep their cushy parking spaces, which they say are necessary to keep them safe. Some wacky environmentalists think that's laughable.