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CAA in Advanced Talks to Sell Majority Stake to French Billionaire Francois-Henri Pinault (Report)

Hollywood talent agency CAA is in advanced talks to sell a majority stake to Francois-Henri Pinault, the French billionaire behind luxury and fashion empire Kering, according to a report in Bloomberg.

The deal would value CAA, which was founded in

7 Republican AGs write to Target, say Pride month campaigns could violate their state’s child protection laws

Republican attorneys general from seven states signed a letter Wednesday to Target, warning that clothes and merchandise sold as part of the retail giant’s Pride month campaigns could violate their state’s child protection laws.GOP attorneys general from Indiana, Arkansas, Idaho, …

Recipe: Win Son’s Chive-Centric Flies’ Head Over Rice

This dish might have been the food catalyst to our partnership and pursuit of starting a restaurant. It was Josh’s father’s favorite dish to order at Bei Gan, or Main Street Imperial Taiwanese restaurant in Flushing. So it was one

Lottery Opens for Greenpoint Affordable Apartments

A lottery has opened for apartments in a 100 percent affordable building going up on the waterfront in Greenpoint. The 22-story, 375-unit development is part of Greenpoint Landing, a 22-acre 10-building high-rise complex made possible by the 2005 Greenpoint-Williamsburg rezoning.

DOT Plan for Problem-Plagued McGuinness Boulevard Includes New Bike Lanes

The city’s Department of Transportation plans to slim down the dangerous McGuinness Boulevard by removing vehicle traffic lanes and installing new protected bike lanes on each side of the roadway after years of advocacy by locals.

The four-lane roadway is

Celebrate Women’s History Month With a Talk About the Brooklyn Women’s Exchange

With a history that spans almost 170 years, there is a vast well of stories behind the Brooklyn Women’s Exchange — and in the celebration of Women’s History Month, you can delve into that past.

Historian and archivist Martha Foley

Locals Largely Support Bushwick’s First Historic District in Linden Street Landmarks Hearing

It looks likely the 32 brick and brownstone houses that line Linden Street could form Bushwick’s first historic district, after neighbors overwhelmingly tested it in support of designation at a Landmarks Preservation Commission hearing today.

Of the nine public speakers

Bjarke Ingels’ Checked Design Swoops Like a Rollercoaster Between Batcave and Whole Foods

Designed by prominent Brooklyn architect firm Bjarke Ingels Group, a statement-making concept for a new apartment building intended to take advantage of the controversial Gowanus rezoning will be tiered like a wedding cake, with walkable ramps and a waterfront park.

Kensington Two-Bedroom Asking $775K Has Space for a Family, Arches, Updated Kitchen

Not only does this World War II era co-op in Kensington have a layout that will work for a small family, with two bedrooms and plenty of closets, it also has a second bathroom and a recently updated kitchen.


2 Reasons to Buy Home Depot Stock, and 1 Reason to Sell

One cannot discuss the fastest-growing retailers of the late 20th and early 21st centuries without mentioning HomeDepot (HD 0.26%). After its founding in 1978 and subsequent IPO in 1981, the home improvement retailer earned its investors massive gains