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“I didn’t realize I’d tapped into various zeitgeists and memes,” says Lisa Selin Davis. Like a lot of what the journalist, author (of the 2005 novel Belly), and longtime Park Slope resident says, it’s an effortlessly clever quip with a hint of self-deprecation. And this one-liner is particularly apt—Davis hadn’t read many recent YA novels, yet Lost Stars (out yesterday), a love story with a stubborn, intellectual, and effortlessly cool protagonist, has already earned...
A shining star on the 2016 television slate has been John Turturro, one of the most gifted American character actors for over 30 years, and a frequent collaborator with brilliant directors like The Coen Brothers, Spike Lee, and many more. He perhaps hit a career peak this year, taking on the lead role in HBO's hit miniseries The Night Of.  We've written at length before about both The Night Of as a series and Turturro's masterful performance throughout the...
For our September print issue—the style issue—we sent our photographers to ten Brooklyn neighborhoods (from Greenpoint, to Flatbush, and eight others in between) to document the way Brooklyn is dressing now. Instead of focusing purely on fashion, our goal was to capture the highly individual, creative, and inspiring styles representative of the people who sported them, and the spirit of the neighborhoods in which they walked. Click the neighborhoods below for an abundance of Brooklyn...
After years of rumors swirling around Park Slope's lone remaining movie theater, The Pavilion, whether it would be shut down, renovated, or turned into a condominium complex, some clarity has finally come forth: the theater will become a Nitehawk Cinema by Fall of 2017. Nitehawk, which opened its initial location in Williamsburg back in 2011, has been a huge success since its opening, offering full food and bar service in addition to a wide variety...

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