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  • That's never more true than with the work of How To Dress Well, the alias of Brooklyn's Tom Krell.

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  • Brooklyn's Excalibur Bronze Sculpture Foundry casts light fixtures, small metal figures, and furniture large and small.

    Foundry Turns Metal Into Art

  • Prior to Downtown Brooklyn's residential shift, most of the area was made up of office buildings, courthouses and several academic institutions.

    24/7 in Downtown Brooklyn

  • New rental buildings are also altering Downtown Brooklyn's skyline.

    24/7 in Downtown Brooklyn

  • The nearly complete 4,200-square-foot home is listed at $2.95 million—just below the $3 million threshold considered Brooklyn's high end.

    Brooklyn Brownstone With a Twist—It's New

  • "There are probably just a handful of lots where one could theoretically construct a new building" in the Park Slope area, says Craig Hammerman , district manager for Brooklyn's Community Board 6.

    Brooklyn Brownstone With a Twist—It's New

  • Sbarro opened its first mall location in 1967 in Brooklyn's King Plaza Shopping Center, which marked its transition to fast-food service.

    Sbarro Preparing Chapter 11 Filing

  • Natalie Keyssar A bodega window at 2:30 a.m. in Brooklyn's Bushwick section.

    New York at Night: Outside

  • Located inside the Ping Pong Building in Brooklyn's Clinton Hill neighborhood, this roughly 1,250-square-foot space has high ceilings, large windows and a spiral staircase that leads to an alcove.

    Clinton Hill Loft

  • Mae Ryan Working the linotype machine late at night at Brooklyn's Woodside Press.

    New York at Night: Inside

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