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The least a landlord can do, a brief history of Dyker Heights, and more

By Virginia K. Smith | January 13, 2015 - 10:59AM 

Brush up on your rights as a renter before you run into problems with the landlord (6sqft)

For South Brooklyn history buffs, here's a documentary on Dyker Heights (Bensonhurst Bean via Brokelyn)

De-cluttering tips that you haven't heard a million times before (Refinery 29)

You can now become a literal card-carrying New Yorker—and get free zoo/museum access—with the new municipal IDs (NYT)

A highly specific homeowner problem: keeping costs down while replacing crumbling cornices in a historic building  (Habitat Magazine)

Soothe your senses with—and steal some ideas from—these impeccably organized home libraries (Apartment Therapy)

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