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Sunday, March 28, 2010


Lucky B13! MTA takes part of lightly used bus off scrap heap

The B13 bus has been saved — somewhat. Comment.

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Brooklyn Heights

CB2: This project takes no ‘Toll’ on DUMBO

A “gritty” and very urban residential tower proposed by one of the nation’s largest suburban homebuilders breezed over the first hurdle of the public review process when a Community Board 2 committee approved Toll Brothers’ Water Street design on Wednesday night. Comment.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010


Believe it! Paulie Gee’s has opened in Greenpoint

For months, Twitter, Facebook, foodie blogs, and even pizza blogs kept sounding the alarm that the opening was imminent. But the delays only fueled the excitement. Comment.

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Monday, March 22, 2010


CB1 to DOT: Get off our waterfront!

It’s a parking lot with the best view of the Manhattan skyline — and Community Board 1 wants to turn it into a park. Comment.

Battle over Broadway Triangle begins in court

The city discriminated against blacks and Latinos during its controversial Broadway Triangle rezoning last year, awarding two politically connected groups no-bid contracts to develop city-owned land, opponents charged in court last week, the opening salvo of a legal battle seeking to derail the plan. Comment.

Gunplay at party

94th Precinct Comment.

Tween beaten — twice in one day!

90th Precinct Comment.
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A struggle over a bag

78th Precinct Comment.
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Wake and bake

76th Precinct Comment.
Brooklyn Heights

Turns out, Monty blaze was not so spirited

It turns out that the spirit of Brooklyn Heights is not all burned out! Comment.

New beer garden for Williamsburg?

Community Newspaper Group Comment.

Flushing Avenue to get two-way protected bike lane!

Flushing Avenue will sprout a protected, two-way bike lane to link cyclists between the Manhattan Bridge and Williamsburg, the city revealed on Tuesday. Comment.

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