Downtown Brooklyn »

Here's the Apartment of the Future: It's Efficient and Affordable

Get a glimpse of City Tech's eco-model home before it ships off to an international solar house contest.

Upper East Side »

UES Shakespeare & Co. to Unveil New Look and Self-Publishing Machine

The location will feature a new on-demand book printer and a new coffee shop.

Bushwick »

Are Bonnets the Hot New Fashion Trend in Bushwick?

Brooklyn artists coined #bonnetcore recently to describe the trend.

New Dorp »

Students Build Device to Log Into Computer Accounts Using Fingerprints

Crypta stores passwords and lets users log into accounts with their fingerprints.

Red Hook »

3-D Printed Cargo Boats to Race in First Annual Red Hook Regatta

Stevedores will once again work Valentino Pier, if only for a day.

Brooklyn Heights »

Drone Hovers Outside High-Rise Windows and Creeps Out Brooklyn Heights

The Brooklyn Eagle saw one right outside its office window Thursday.

Washington Heights »

Free Wi-Fi Comes to Uptown A Train Stations

Five Uptown stations now offer free Internet service through Transit Wireless connections.

Nolita »

9 Unconventional Items Made From Wood

Whether it's for ecological reasons or it's the look you want, these wood products are worth seeing.

Williamsburg »

Dating App Aims to Bridge Missed Connections, Even on Internet-Free Subway

It uses Bluetooth instead of Internet when there's no service.

Cobble Hill »

Goodbye, Laundromat: Laundry Delivery Service Cleanly Expands to Brooklyn

Cleanly is expanding to neighborhoods like Williamsburg, Cobble Hill and Park Slope.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

One of NASA's Only Female Shuttle Commanders to Speak at Space Fest

Astronaut Pamela Melroy will speak about her time in space at The Intrepid's Space & Science Festival.

SoHo »

SoHo Teen Wins Award From City For Invention to Help Deaf People

Daniil Frants, 16, used Google Glass to come up with a gadget to help deaf people follow conversations.

Williamsburg »

Williamsburg Bars and Police Team Up in Safety Campaign for 'Hipsters'

They're using social media to spread crime prevention tips.

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