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Ridgewood

  1. Openings
    The Massive New Nowadays Aims to Be Your Backyard Hangout for the Whole SummerIt’s a 16,000-square-foot “multi-use space” from the guys behind the hugely popular Mister Saturday Night.
  2. Grub Guides
    Exploring the Convergence of New York’s Culinary Past and Present inThe neighborhood foodscape shines brightest in the seemingly peaceful coexistence of old and new.
  3. neighborhood news
    New York’s New Superfund Site Is a Block in Ridgewood It’s the most radioactive place in the city.
  4. crimes and misdemeanors
    Queens Teaching Assistant Accused of Sexually Assaulting 14-Year-Old StudentShe’ll be arraigned on Thursday evening.
  5. Openings
    Former Miss Williamsburg Owners Open Houdini in RidgewoodThe restaurant is a few blocks away from the great magician’s grave in Machpelah Cemetery.
  6. Slideshow
    First Look at Radicchio Pasta and Risotto Co., Opening in Midtown TodayA Ridgewood, New Jersey, Italian spot makes the move to Manhattan.
  7. Blechtacular
    Waiter, There’s a Fly on My Menu. Lots of Them, ActuallyThis is when you know a restaurant just doesn’t give a damn.
  8. neighborhood watch
    The Chelsea Hotel Has Not Lost Its EdgeThe 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!
  9. neighborhood watch
    Would You Want to Live in the Same Building As the Cast of ‘The Real World’?The Belltel lofts marketing plan sputters, things get ugly in Forest Hills, and folks are backed up in Red Hook. That and more in our boroughs-report week-capper.
  10. neighborhood watch
    Carroll Gardens: There Are Still Real Italians ThereWill your relationship survive Red Hook’s new Ikea? Will Carroll Gardens old-timers continue to make-a da pizza? Will the Upper West Side open-house thieves cop a plea deal? More questions and even fewer answers in today’s borough report.
  11. neighborhood watch
    Coney Island High Jinks: This Summer, Adorably Tame!Doing your business in a shiny “pod” in Chelsea’s new Jade, sailing the lifeguard chairs at Coney, independent media going corporate in Riverdale, and more, in our daily boroughs dispatch!
  12. neighborhood watch
    Brighton Beach Baths: Too Good for Manhattanites?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?
  13. neighborhood watch
    Alexander Hamilton Just Wouldn’t Have Approved of a Northeasterly ViewBroadway-Flushing: As landmarking honchos drag their feet on protecting this enclave of pretty early-1900s homes, locals wonder if it’s more evidence that city pooh-bahs care more about Manhattan and Brooklyn brownstones than they do historic Queens cribs. [NYDN] Brooklyn Heights: How will the city get Brooklynites to the hard-to-get-to Brooklyn Bridge Park? It will bus them! [Brooklyn Paper] Harlem: Some folks are protesting the move of Alexander Hamilton’s Colonial house from a cramped street to St. Nicholas Park because — get this — it won’t be facing the same way. [Curbed]
  14. neighborhood watch
    The Army Occupies East 103rd Street; Residents DispleasedEast Harlem: There’s outrage over a new Army recruiting center on East 103rd Street, on the heels of Army promo teams here this summer that included gals in camo midriffs and short shorts. [NY Latino Journal] Jackson Heights: Starbucks is here! Gentrification officially begins! [Curbed] Northwest Bronx: So many parks are being repaired here that there’s no place for the massive youth baseball league to play this spring! [Norwood News]
  15. neighborhood watch
    They Should Call It ‘Burrow Hall’!Bronx: Okay, okay, so this isn’t hood-specific … but how cool is it that there’s gonna be an online mag, called Cross Bronx (get it?), featuring writers and artists in the Boogie Down? [Talk Bronx] Brooklyn Heights: The rats around Cadman Plaza are so out of control it seems the city’s called in a private exterminator, which may be wise judging from the massive size of those rat burrows. Burrow Hall? Ha-ha! [Pardon Me for Asking] East Village: The old lady who sits next to Gino the tailor all day in his 14th Street shop is quiet when people come in, but when they leave, she yells at him about all the things he does wrong. Reportedly. [Vanishing New York]
  16. neighborhood watch
    Beware the Castle AstoriaAstoria: People who live in this building get their very own Rapunzel balcony in their very own profoundly ugly castle. Call this style Middle Ages middlebrow. [OuterB via Curbed] Bushwick: This cancer survivor who runs the music joint Goodbye Blue Monday is a cool dude. But when he says you could toss a cat in any direction around here and hit a building owned by his landlord, we hope he doesn’t mean that cute kitty he’s holding in the photo. [amNY] Harlem: Guess which Manhattan neighborhood didn’t make it onto this (clever but not quite accurate, given gentrification) “White Folks’ Map of the NYC Subway System”? [Gothamist]
  17. neighborhood watch
    Brooklyn Heights Is Fighting the War on RatsBrooklyn Heights: The rats here are getting bigger and bolder, and the normally peaceful residents have taken to fighting back with machetes and water hoses. [Brooklyn Paper] Chelsea: From 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. through Sunday, you can shop for cool old magazines and comics at Time Machine and simultaneously get drunk at their holiday open bar. [Vanishing New York] Red Hook: A sliver-thin waterfront greenway is going up that will run all the way to Greenpoint. Rad! [OnNYTurf]
  18. neighborhood watch
    Beware of British Men Bearing ‘StachesDitmas Park: That bright-red trail of blood at the Newkirk subway station? No worries, just a guy who slashed his hand while playing with a pen knife! [Ditmas Park Blog] Dumbo: Wow, look at the big fat space on Main Street where performance den Galapagos will go in the wake of its move from Williamsburg. [DumboNYC] East Village: Who’s the dude with the mustache, British accent, and “big soulful brown eyes” who’s ripping off small, women-owned boutiques? [Vanishing New York]
  19. neighborhood watch
    How High Can Walentas Go In Cobble Hill?Cobble Hill: Whether Dave Walentas gets to build ten feet higher than the limit in the historic district here is no trivial matter. [Curbed] East Village: How dare this woman feel so secure around here that she leaves her bike unlocked? Would someone please steal it to teach her a lesson? [Vanishing New York] Gravesend: Sears Tower co-owner Joseph Cayre just sold his home here, an enclave of rich Syrian Jews, for $10 million, the second-highest price ever for a Brooklyn crib. [Real Deal]
  20. neighborhood watch
    Queer Femmes on Coney Island Get Their Own CalendarConey Island: Just when you realize the world really needs a female-controlled “queer femme swimsuit calendar” of the hot gals of Coney … boom, you get one. [Kinetic Carnival] Dumbo: Even boring old drugstores around here are cashing in on that whole down-under-the-bridge glamour vibe. [Dumbo] East Village: Some gays divided their time between watching Caligula and sneaking into sex booths at a new XXX-salon-type thing. [Gawker via Manhattan Offender]
  21. Neighborhood Watch
    Ramen Rivalry About to Boil Over in the East Village?Astoria: All pints of Lagunitas beer will be $4 tonight at Sunswick on 35th Avenue at 35th Street. The bar food is supposedly pretty good, too. [Joey in Astoria] Clinton Hill: Don’t get too excited over that fancy new organic market going up on Lexington Avenue near Grand Avenue; it’s part of a set for a Steve Martin flick. [Clinton Hill Blog] East Village: Momofuku responds to Setagaya’s claims that its ramen is more authentic… [Eater] And the Tokyo-based chain has already lured crowds of diners — and impressed them. [Eat for Victory/VV] The Sunday Greenmarket now has a Hamptons-based fishmonger. [Gothamist] Harlem: Fishers of Men has expanded to 125th Street, and rather than oust Papaya King from the space, the seafood restaurant has opted to share it. [Uptown Flavor] McCarren Park: JellyNYC’s summer pool parties kicked off the series this weekend with dodgeball, Slip ‘n Slide, Brooklyn Beer, and grilled grub (and we have video). [Down by the Hipster] Midwood: DiFara is once again up and running. [Slice] Park Slope: Union Market will bring its fresh produce to a long-empty storefront on Seventh Avenue, but there’s concern over nearby mom-and-pop grocers. [The Brooklyn Paper] Ridgewood: Butcher Karl Ehmer inspired such love of meat in a young girl that she now sells meat-inspired pillows to “hipsters, artists and Western Europeans.” [The Food Section]