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Williamsburg (Brooklyn, New York)

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  • Treasure hunt your way through consignment shops

    Treasure hunt your way through consignment shops
    Tired of the gold-leaf mirror on your dining room wall or the basic black dresses in your closet? Want pretty decorative plates for that wall or a red silk jacket for those dresses? Think consignment shops for selling good stuff you no longer want and...
  • Meet the 'Top Chef: Chicago' Chef'testants

    Turn up the heat and bring on the chef'testants. "Top Chef" is heading to the Windy City. "Top Chef: Chicago," the fourth season of Bravo's popular culinary competition show, will debut on Wednesday, March 12 at 10 p.m. ET/PT with a fresh crop of 16...
  • Williamsburg soldier dies in Iraq

    As the youngest of seven children, Dwayne L. Moore spent much of his childhood and teenage years following his siblings. He loved to trail after his three sisters. He wanted to be like his three big brothers, but in his own way. The older Moore boys...
  • Caroline: Backing from one boss, lunch with another

     
    Brooklyn Democratic boss and Assemblyman Vito Lopez , who met with Caroline Kennedy on Thursday, endorses her today. He's a transactional politician who wants many things, so this could be influenced by, among others, Sheldon Silver or (more likely)......
  • 9/11, Memorial Monuments Stolen

    BROOKLYN, NY-- In the past month, thieves swiped six monuments from churches and parks in the Greenpoint and Williamsburg sections of Brooklyn, according to police. Investigators believe the brass and bronze statues were targeted because their valuable...
  • 10th District: Edolphus Towns

    Edolphus "Ed" Towns, a former social worker and community activist in Brooklyn, New York, is a 13-term veteran in the House, where he serves on both the powerful Energy and Commerce Committee and the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Towns...
  • MTV's 'The City' and 'The Real World: Brooklyn'

    New York is a puzzle to be solved, or be defeated by. So it goes on "The City" and "The Real World: Brooklyn," both of which have recently premiered on MTV, a network that for years never thought to present itself as anything but an insider. With these...
  • Five Suspects Sought For Police Impersonation Robbery

    WILLIAMSBURG, N.Y. (WPIX) -- Five individuals who identified themselves as New York City police officers, forced their way inside a Brooklyn apartment and robbed the occupants inside, according to police. The incident occurred last year in the...
  • Swine Flu Closes 3 More City Schools; Principal Critical

    Swine Flu Closes 3 More City Schools; Principal Critical
    NEW YORK ( WPIX) -- An assistant principal at a Queens public school, who came down with a severe case of swine flu, is clinging to life at a local hospital. Doctors say Mitchell Wiener, 55, a 31-year veteran teacher at IS 238 in Hollis, is breathing...
  • Handyman's history

    A once unhappy white-collar worker finds meaning creating a 1,650-pound replica of Jamestown's fort When Bob Williams walked away from the white-collar world in 1991, he was trying to escape nearly 20 years of living with toxic corporate stress....
  • When life goes to the dogs, it's happy, therapeutic and artistic

    When life goes to the dogs, it's happy, therapeutic and artistic
    It's often said a dog is man's best friend. These dogs, however, are a woman's best friend in many meaningful ways. This spring, Melanie Paul of Hampton and her pet therapy dog, Molly, presented "Molly and Pets for a Cleaner & Greener Hampton." Active...