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Christian Dior Exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum

Update: The Christian Dior Exhibit has left the Brooklyn Museum. The Brooklyn Museum is the third biggest museum in New York City, with over 1.5...

Stuyvesant Heights, Brooklyn Guide: A Neighborhood in a Neighborhood

If you live in the big apple, or if you’re a diehard fan of the sitcom Everybody Hates Chris, then you’ve heard of Bedford-Stuyvesant:...

Luxury High Rise- “The Olympia” – Takes Over DUMBO Skyline

Like some epic technological-electrical storm flash, in a climactic scene from a futuristic sci-fi movie, the Olympia seems to rise up like an otherworldly...

Williamsburg Neighborhood Guide: Explore with Us

Williamsburg is a popular neighborhood in Brooklyn. This rapidly growing area is home to artists, hipsters, and many historically ethnic communities.  Have you explored this...

The Sobre Masa Tortilleria Openin

In the heart of Brooklyn, many restaurants are serving exquisite food during November. But with just a short walk from 550 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklynites...

Brooklyn’s Toxic Red Hook Ballfields Prepared for New Revival

One of New York City’s—mainly, Brooklyn’s—greatest assets is its many excellent parks. The New York City Park System is one of the largest and most...

How To Get Lost In Prospect Park

New York City is home to big, beautiful parks with many attractions and much to do. Whether the park is large, like Central Park,...

Brooklyn Farmacy and Soda Fountain

In the bustle of Brooklyn on 513 Henry Street sits the adored and cherished restaurant, Brooklyn Farmacy and Soda Fountain. Home to signature desserts...

Brooklyn Bridge New Bike Lanes Are Open

Does your daily commute take you in the direction of the Brooklyn Bridge? Is a bicycle your primary form of transportation in the city?...

7 Brooklyn Restaurants for Groups Sharing Small Plates

There’s so much great food in Brooklyn, it’s often nice to get together to share a variety of different items over drinks, so you...

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