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Village Studio is opening to new influencer-ready photos studios: one in Brooklyn (top), and one in Los Angeles (bottom).

The company behind the NYC photo studio made for Instagram influencers is opening gorgeous new spaces in Brooklyn and Los Angeles

Village Studio opened its first photo studio in 2018 in New York City for influencers and brands in need of Instagram-ready backdrops.

It’s never been more expensive to live in Brooklyn’s trendiest neighborhood

A jump in median rent has reestablished Williamsburg as one of the most expensive places to live in Brooklyn, just behind Dumbo and Brooklyn Heights.
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The best pizzeria in NYC just got closed for not paying $167,506 in back taxes — here’s what it’s like to eat at Di Fara Pizza

The best pizza in New York City is deep in the heart of Brooklyn. Unfortunately, it just got seized by New York State.

New York City declared a public health crisis after 285 measles cases were reported in Brooklyn

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio declared a public health emergency after a measles outbreak in a Brooklyn neighborhood with a big Orthodox Jewish population.

Oregon just became the first state to legalize mass timber high-rises, and it could lead to a boom in tall wood buildings

In August, Oregon became the first state to legalize mass timber high-rises. Many timber projects are pushing for approval and funding around North America — take a look at some of the most prominent ones.
Williamsburg rents are falling ahead of the L train shutdown.

The impending L-train apocalypse has rents in Williamsburg plunging

Ahead of the L-train shutdown, landlords in Williamsburg, in Brooklyn, are having to offer sweeter incentives to attract new residents and encourage their tenants to renew leases. The conduit between Brooklyn and Manhattan will be closed for 15 months to repair damage caused by Superstorm Sandy.

Kendrick Lamar is an artist everyone should see perform live — here’s why

There are few things in life as satisfying as seeing an artist perform at the top of their game.

This Brooklyn coffee shop charges by the minute rather than by the cup

Glass Hour is the first coffee shop in New York to charge its customers based on how much time they spend there. The plus side: coffee is unlimited.

16 of the most delicious things you can eat at Smorgasburg, New York City’s massive open-air food market

From mushroom coffee to water cake, here are the new foods you're going to want to try at Smorgasburg.