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Sunday, July 25, 2010

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Bodega bash

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Brooklyn Heights

Call it ‘Fulton Mess’ as city begins major repairs

No, those aren’t toddlers being shepherded through the intersection of Fulton and Jay Streets with a rope; they’re adults on the Fulton Mall, where traffic got even worse last week as part of an ongoing city repair project. Comment

Saturday, July 24, 2010


Another dead cyclist — and cops hunt hit-and-run truck driver

A truck driver for a New Jersey-based waste collector who recklessly killed a 24-year-old cyclist in a hit-and-run accident last week remains on the loose. Comment

Thursday, July 22, 2010

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The Fourth Avenue flood! Heavy rain brings not-quite-Biblical damage

Fourth Avenue and Carroll Street was inundated Tuesday afternoon with filthy water rising as high as car tires — once again infuriating locals in the flood-prone area. Comment

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New bid to save Minerva-Statue of Liberty view plane

Green-Wood Cemetery’s Roman Goddess of War is about to clash with her toughest foe to date: city bureaucracy. Comment

Tuesday, July 20, 2010


State records show Radiac has been fined three times

A radioactive waste processing company that the state legislature is moving to shutter has received three violations for not following safety protocols over the past 10 years, state environmental officials revealed. Comment

Come up and see this Mae West-inspired cafe sometime

Go West, artsy Brooklynites! Comment
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Lookin’ good!

Gowanus, get ready for your close-up. Comment
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Stealing water from a baby!

76th Precinct Comment
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Barista claims that Ozzie’s owners are java fiends

A barista fired from the popular Seventh Avenue coffee bar Ozzie’s is claiming home-brewed harassment! Comment
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A man, a van, a plan — horror at Slope Barnes and Noble

A literature lover went rogue on Thursday, swiping tomes from the Barnes & Noble in Park Slope before struggling with a cop, breaking free and stealing and crashing a van. Comment

Monday, July 19, 2010


The Tish card! Cohn mocks rival over endorsement by lawsuit-filing pol

Williamsburg’s feisty District Leader candidates aren’t just launching attacks at each other — now they’re going after surrogates! Comment

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