Inside Manafort's SoHo condo, Cobble Hill Halloween display goes too far, more

By Nathan Tempey  | October 31, 2017 - 11:00AM

Today the city is set to repeal its law banning dancing in all but a handful of bars, clubs, and venues (New York Times)

Step inside the SoHo apartment Paul Manafort allegedly used to launder millions (Inman, previously)

Cobble Hill residents are upset about a neighbor's Halloween display of naked, bloody, dismembered Barbies hung from a tree (DNAinfo)

Developers in France are building high-rises out of wood (CityLab)

The city is going to help small business owners make sure they are Americans With Disabilities Act-compliant following a lawsuit blitz in Park Slope by a man and his lawyer (Brooklyn Paper)

The discovery of used needles in a Staten Island columnist's yard prompts him to learn how to dispose of them (Staten Island Advance)


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