Margaret Palaca Bakes in Cobble Hill is no more.
The old G&D TV Repair Shop in Cobble Hill will become a bar or restaurant.
More news that won't surprise you from BK.
One-fifth of black and Hispanic families have left the west-of-Prospect-Park area in seven years.
If it ain't because of a subpar waste-treatment plant, it's gotta be a ginkgo-nut rainshower!
If it happens, how will Hooters appease the New Brooklyn Cuisine crowd?
The New York press is going gaga for the new Trader Joe's on Atlantic Avenue.
Lost City reports that La Pizzetta will soon open at 145 Atlantic Avenue (near Henry Street) in Cobble Hill.
Plus where to find obscure Asian cuisines, and who named the East Village the best neighborhood with the best bars — from our daily glance at the morning headlines.
The store is set to open at the end of the month.
'Lipstick Jungle' films in the Flatiron district, and more dramatic news, in today's boroughs report.
The naked girl at the Chelsea Hotel, the lost 'SNL' sets of the Brooklyn Navy Yards, and a very awkward tale of gentrification from Harlem, in today's boroughs bundler!
It's like boccie, with pastis added.
Mimi Sheraton likes Merkato 55, and a self-proclaimed Danny Meyer veteran has opened a restaurant in Cobble Hill, in today's neighborhood food news.
That story, plus Oprah's bounty in Harlem, shopping-mall smackdown in the Bronx, and a strange beep coming from the South Slope in today's neighborhood notes.
Misguided discontent with Matsugen already brewing and looking forward to as many tacos as you can carry in the East Village, in today's neighborhood food news.
It's Freaky Friday! What better day for a crazy Caribbean lady in Forest Hills, a goat-slaughtering market in St. Albans, and a $200,000 game-show win for a guy from Westerleigh? (That's on Staten Island, people.)
David Chang gets camera shy and Stand builds a better bun, in today's neighborhood food news.
The 1890s mahogany bar was broken in by the thirsty coal miners of Sugar Notch, Pennsylvania.