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Are you a good witch of a bad witch? The world has done a damn good job of stigmatizing all witches, but since 2013,...

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If you were a broker trying to rent an apartment in Williamsburg to a recent New York transplant, how would you advertise the overpriced...

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    This is the story of a Bushwick brewery owner, a police raid, and how a local landmark got its name. Our story begins in 1866...

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    The F train is Brokelyn’s advice column for all you sensual New Yorkers who, like the F train, often have schedule changes in how...

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      "Sunset Park, Brooklyn: Not Quite Trendy," the New York Times wrote last January of the sprawling neighborhood that fills the wide expanse between Green-Wood...

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      In what marks the fifth affordable housing lottery to open in Brooklyn this year alone, a whopping 143 subsidized units are now accepting applications at...

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      Long before authorities started wiretapping Carroll Gardens' beloved Smith Union Market in 2015 for suspected gambling and loansharking, as a featured story in the...

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      The dystopian present is here, and the winners of this just-opened affordable housing lottery will be able to watch the world burn from a...

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      In the age of intense turnover in New York City, it feels like something is closing every week. Whole Foods, Apple, Equinox, Chipotle and...

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        The art of ironing is lost on most millennials, many of whom grew up with parents doing their laundry in spiffy machines and are just...