The dish on food vendors at the much-anticipated City Point development in Downtown Brooklyn is they'll be opening later than anticipated, in 2017 instead of this fall.
Urgent care centers serve as emergency-room alternatives in case of an injury or illness that isn't life threatening. Here's where to find one near you.
Apple is finally coming to Brooklyn. The much-anticipated store at 247 Bedford Avenue is set to open soon and is hiring.
Craft-beer maker Brooklyn Brewery has announced an expansion to the Brooklyn Navy Yard, joining iconic Lower East Side eatery Russ & Daughters as the second anchor of the Yard's in-the-works public food hall.
BMW's MINI calls it an "experiment" intended to create "a hotspot for generating new ideas and solutions."
Electric cars are scarce in Brooklyn, but Tesla Motors may change that. The luxury electric car maker plans to open a showroom in Red Hook — yes, that transit-starved area that has become a destination.
A community meeting on the proposed redevelopment of Park Slope’s 5th Avenue Key Food grocery turned into a public roasting of developer Brian Ezra Tuesday night, with an audience of nearly 400 area locals hissing, booing and laughing at explanations for the financial difficulties in creating a new supermarket to meet local demand.
One of the major barriers to getting rid of stuff is that it’s not always easy to figure out what the heck to do with it all.
If you throw away reusable items, you’re being wasteful. If you stick your things out on the curb with a “Free! No Bedbugs!” sign, there’s a chance the landlord or super will get mad — and an even bigger chance that nobody will believe that the stuff is, indeed, safe to take (making you both wasteful and a litterer), so that’s out.
The ethical and logical action to take with reusable items is obviously to donate it all, and we want to make that as easy as possible for you. Below is some information to help make donation easy, complete with contact information for who can come pick up your items and briefs on what each charity wants and where they are.
What are your favorite donation spots? Together, we can get this done right while clearing the way for a deep-clean in the spring.
Middle Eastern import store and Atlantic Avenue fixture Sahadi’s will see a changing of the guard this week when its current owner — the gregarious 71-year-old Charlie Sahadi — retires.