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Spot what’s real and what’s fake in the borough’s hipster enclaves.

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Duval Lawton's GrandFathered barber shop pays homage to his father and grandfather's legacy.

Bushwick »

Danny Torres is opening a new church this Easter Sunday.

Williamsburg »

You can rent this converted dumpster for $1,200 a month, the ad says.

Roxbury »

The Sandy-damaged beach will eventually undergo renovations to boost its resiliency.

Williamsburg »

A tornado lookalike swirled on a baseball diamond in Williamsburg, a witness said.

Crown Heights »

Photographer Ruvi Leider's "Close to Home" inaugurates the new genre-defying arts space on Rogers Ave. 

Crown Heights »

For the owner of Williamsburg's Lula Bean cafe, a new Crown Heights venture keeps things close to home.

Crown Heights »

After 40 years on Franklin Avenue, Tony Fisher extends his popular brand into uncharted territory.

Midtown »

The store will open in September at 1333 Broadway, across the street from Macy's.

Prospect Heights »

Enjoy the sunshine during office hours with Brooklyn's free outdoor workspaces.

St. George »

Gary Angiuli plans to make "Back of the Bay" a hot spot for neighborhood residents in St. George.

Williamsburg »

"Hasid and hipster: We're more alike than you think" is the slogan for the campaign.

Williamsburg »

Local partiers are abandoning blocks that draw Manhattan and New Jersey "weekenders" and tourists.

New York City »

Body-art obsessed Brooklynites have graduated from tattooing to cutting.