Crochet art mural unravels wicked gentrification debate in Brooklyn

Crochet art mural unravels wicked gentrification debate in Brooklyn

Who would have thought that a little bit of yarn art could unravel into Brooklyn's hottest debate? It seems that some lingering strings of resentment have been found in the…

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Rosetta Mission-inspired LED comet could land in your city

Rosetta Mission-inspired LED comet could land in your city

A new pavilion is bringing people closer to NASA’s out-of-this-world accomplishments. The World Science Festival, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab, and ESA asked architecture firm…

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Fashion=Activism: Rethink, Reuse, Respect opens at Pratt Institute’s Brooklyn Fashion + Design Accelerator

Fashion=Activism: Rethink, Reuse, Respect opens at Pratt Institute’s Brooklyn Fashion + Design Accelerator

Pratt Institute’s Brooklyn Fashion + Design Accelerator during New York Fashion Week? The exhibition, titled Fashion=Activism: Rethink, Reuse, Respect opens on Monday, September 14…

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Will you be at Citi Bike's first-ever bike-in movie night?

Will you be at Citi Bike's first-ever bike-in movie night?

In Williamsburg next week, a bikesplosion will be celebrated. Within the last two days, Citi Bike has installed 15 new stations in the neighborhood and on Tuesday, August 25, Brooklyn…

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New solar-powered composting center may be coming to Gowanus

New solar-powered composting center may be coming to Gowanus

The Gowanus Canal Conservancy hopes a new solar-powered composting center will soon flank its shores. Locals could bring household food scraps and organic waste to the facility, which…

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Kayaking protesters take to the East River to demand promised park

Kayaking protesters take to the East River to demand promised park

Fed up Greenpoint and Williamsburg protestors took to land and water on Sunday to demand the city make good on their promise to build a waterfront park in the area. Along with 100…

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Three little piggies make adorable debut at the Prospect Park Zoo

Three little piggies make adorable debut at the Prospect Park Zoo

Prospect Park Zoo welcomed three adorable new residents last week. A trio of Juliana pigs debuted in the barn area of the zoo, making it the first time the Brooklyn zoo has had pigs on…

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Brooklyn Hotel by creators of the Lowline boasts winding gardens and tiny hidden spaces

Brooklyn Hotel by creators of the Lowline boasts winding gardens and tiny hidden spaces

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Waterfront streetcar connecting Queens and Brooklyn could actually happen

Waterfront streetcar connecting Queens and Brooklyn could actually happen

Commuting from Queens to Brooklyn has always been a frustration for straphangers, with few options other than the G train or making your way by several busses. With the booming…

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A new 60,000-sq-ft food court is coming to Brooklyn

A new 60,000-sq-ft food court is coming to Brooklyn

The massive overhaul of the Brooklyn Navy Yard will welcome the public with something every loves- food. The BNY Development Corp. has chosen Marvel Architects to design a massive…

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139 new Citi Bike stations to be rolled out in NYC this August

139 new Citi Bike stations to be rolled out in NYC this August

Summer cruising is about to get even sweeter, with Citi Bike’s new expansion planned for August. The popular bike share will hit even more neighborhoods, bringing new bike stations to…

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Brooklyn's green sewing camp for aspiring designers is eco-fabulous!

Brooklyn's green sewing camp for aspiring designers is eco-fabulous!

Summer camp attendees will work on DIY projects based on their own suggestions, restyle old clothes and create reusable shopping bags. “I try to help children understand that not…

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Bender Bound repurposes old books with a boozy surprise inside

Bender Bound repurposes old books with a boozy surprise inside

+ Booze Books Kickstarter "Our books pay homage to some of the literary greats while instilling a bit of rebellion by helping our customers hide alcohol in plain sight." Kevin…

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60 Water's spectacular roof deck would be the perfect spot to watch July 4th fireworks - if you lived there

60 Water's spectacular roof deck would be the perfect spot to watch July 4th fireworks - if you lived there

60 Water St. nyc high line, Dumbo, green space, high line architecture, high line condos, high line news, James Corner Field Operations, landscape architecuter, nyc architecture, nyc…

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Sneak a peek inside Pacific Park's first greenery-enveloped residences in COOKFOX's new video

Sneak a peek inside Pacific Park's first greenery-enveloped residences in COOKFOX's new video

550 Vanderbilt Avenue condos are up for sale. Designed by New York-based + COOKFOX Architects, the 17-story residential building is the first of four condominiums planned for 22 acre…

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Skylit penthouse studio's clever built-ins make smart use of limited space

Skylit penthouse studio's clever built-ins make smart use of limited space

Less is sometimes more, especially in regards to one of our favorite topics- tiny living! This sunny adorable Brooklyn Heights penthouse studio that just went on the market is just…

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Access your own 25,000-sq-ft rooftop

Access your own 25,000-sq-ft rooftop "hipster playground" at ODA's new Bushwick apartments

The 25,500 sf of modulating landscaped rooftop which will include: + ODA Architecture ODA Architecture, 10 Monieth street, green roofs, architecture, brooklyn design,…

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Floating Brooklyn Barge Bar arrives on the East River waterfront (PHOTOS)

Floating Brooklyn Barge Bar arrives on the East River waterfront (PHOTOS)

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New 'Coney Smorgasburg' food village is made up of vibrant repurposed shipping containers

New 'Coney Smorgasburg' food village is made up of vibrant repurposed shipping containers

New York-based SG Blocks, designer of container-based structures, has started construction on a sustainable “pop-up summer food village” in Coney Island. The company is using 14…

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Street artist wraps NYC gentrification victims with 'Gentrification in Progress' crime tape

Street artist wraps NYC gentrification victims with 'Gentrification in Progress' crime tape

Bushwick-based street artist Ann Lewis, a.k.a. Gilf!, wrapped shuttered storefronts, big name stores and iconic NYC landmarkes with yellow Gentrification In Progress tape in an effort…

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60 lucky chickens live to bawk another day after falling off a truck in Williamsburg

60 lucky chickens live to bawk another day after falling off a truck in Williamsburg

Related:These Chickens Eat More Food from Four-Star NYC Restaurants Than You Do Via Gothamist Lead image via Shutterstock nyc animals, chickens, brooklyn, chicken…

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