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From the outside, the Standard still looks messy. But from the inside, looking out, it's kind of impressive.
A wealthy couple wants to convert their East Village apartment building into a single-family home, displacing their rent-stabilized tenants. Is that so wrong?
The actor flagrantly disobeyed the Landmarks Commission when building a penthouse atop his Greenwich Hotel, and they are threatening to go all Eliot Ness on him.
Penny-pinchers (well, pickers) in Soho, possibly anger-based graffiti in Battery Park City, and the pitiable buyers at the Novo in Park Slope — that and more in today's boroughs report.
The 'Real World' is really coming to downtown Brooklyn. Let's check out their place before they get there…
Crown Heights unites against a homeless center, Snug Harbor gets ready to rock, and more in our week's-end boroughs report.
There's a lot of weird news in our boroughs report today: Tony Soprano's maid is evicted from Williamsburg, Alex Hamilton's house is afloat in Harlem, and possible sex hotels are cropping up in Gowanus! Click through for all the oddacity!
A Bed-Stuy family is shedding their belongings and embarking on an unusual journey.
Animal activists defend the feral kitties of JFK against collective euthanasia, a stolen bike is rescued by East Village heroes, and a man in Coney Island suffers a craptastic fall — all in your daily dish from the five boroughs.
That delightful harpy harshes on Dumbo, Robin Quivers leaves Staten Island for the Upper West Side, and a white Seattle woman gets stuck in Harlem and lives to tell. That and more tales of the miraculous in our daily boroughs report.
But he still can't sell their $10 million Morton Square apartment.
The search for Miss Brooklyn's new moniker at Atlantic Yards, a happy ending for imperiled St. Brigid's Church in Alphabet City, and some cute-cute-cute rescued kitties in Astoria! All in our daily borough report.
All Valery Kogan wanted was 26 toilets, eight bedrooms, a gym, a home theater, a wine cellar, a game room, a billiard room, twelve-car parking, and Turkish and Finnish bathing facilities. Is that so wrong?
Roosevelt Island may not get its ferry so soon, the Rockaways may get a $19 mil library … and Union Square Park–goers will still get free hugs! Even more gets in our daily boroughs report.
Lynn Harris gets all riled up about Slope supporters and detractors in "Sunday Styles," but the truth is, no one cares anymore.
Wrap up your week wetly, with a dead raccoon on the Upper East Side, a tiny woman on Coney, David Byrne way downtown, and some big breasts in the meatpacking district. All in today's boroughs report!
Is the city really dumping trash in a Ridgewood wetland? How could we have missed the Sinatra tribute in Williamsburg? And how would you get by without your daily boroughs report?
An Obama graffiti war on the Bowery, canal-dunked art in Gowanus, Meryl in the Slope, and "shit juice" in Greenpoint. Drink it all in with our daily boroughs report!