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Brooklyn cops were ordered to ignore blatantly illegal liquor sales inside three junkyards that were turned into open-air nightclubs — drawing thousands of rowdy revelers who vomited and urinated in...  Read more

The New York Times has weighed in on the contest to replace Joan Millman in the 52nd Assembly District as Jo Anne Simon has been endorsed by the Times Editorial  Read more

A Message from Empire State Development (ESD) regarding the April 30th public hearing on the Atlantic Yards Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement:

On March 28, 2014, the Board of

Directors  Read more

PUBLIC HEARING on Atlantic Yards

Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement

Wednesday, April 30

5:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Long Island University

Room HS 107

75 DeKalb Avenue

This Wednesday, April 30th starting at 5:30 the Empire  Read more

Map of DSNY Pilot in Bay Ridge

Organics suitable for composting, like food, soiled paper and yard waste, make up roughly 1/3 of the city's residential waste stream.

In order to meet  Read more

Vinyl Club at Sycamore Bar

Monday, September 1st, 8:00 p.m. to midnight

Bring your vinyl records to Sycamore Bar to spin on their big sound system. Bring any kind of music  Read more

  The West Indian-American Day Parade may have cornered the market on awkward synchronized mayoral dancing, but the real party got started about 10 hours earlier, when the J’Ouvert festival  Read more

The Cyclones are still in a dead heat with the Connecticut Tigers for the wildcard playoffs slot with one game left to play, but boy demolishing the hated Staten Island  Read more

The holiday may have started with a parade in New York City on Sept. 5, 1882, but the story of Labor Day began in the 1860s, when American workers were  Read more

For Democratic Primary challengers Zephyr Teachout and Tim Wu, law professors running to expose Albany's culture of corruption, the race could come down to the extent of mass media coverage  Read more

A man and woman were shot in Brooklyn just hours before the start of the West Indian Day Parade Monday, leaving one dead and the other in serious condition, authorities...  Read more

I knew it was time to leave the Auvergne when the sunflowers that had been in full bloom ,when I first arrived in July, dried out and sadly drooped their  Read more

It’s Labor Day, and you know what that means. Read more. Read more

The West Indian American Day Parade starts today at 11 a.m. It’s an exuberant display of color and dancing (see last year!), as well as great music and food. And  Read more

There had been talk about a shed to store our firewood for the past two summers here in the Auvergne. So far, the wood was stacked up and protected by  Read more

We hope all our neighbors are enjoying a final summer sendoff this Labor Day. If you’re sticking around the area, here’s some information from the city on what’s open, what’s  Read more

The nonprofit news site Vermont Digger has done a good job investigating the EB-5 program in that state, one that has gotten lots of publicity and support from elected officials.  Read more

Vision Zero Task Force Meeting

Wednesday, September 3rd, 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

People who walk, bike, and/or drive on Caton Avenue have knowledge and insight that are crucial to the success  Read more

They had a formula for making money. Cops have charged a Brooklyn couple with using phony credit cards to buy more than $100,000 worth of Enfamil baby formula from a...  Read more

A 62-year-old pedestrian died after he was struck by the driver of a sports utility vehicle in Midwood on Aug. 28, police said. Read more. Read more

Cops are searching for a creep who is groping women in Bensonhurst. Read more. Read more

Simon, Biviano, Sikora. Photo: MK Metz On Sunday Mayor Bill de Blasio endorsed Pete Sikora, running for the 52nd Assembly District in northeast Brooklyn, for a position that will be left  Read more

Because every rodent deserves a chance to become dinner, check out today’s end-of-day links: oldest woman who ever lived, un-nostalgic Williamsburg residents, Ted Cruz mocks The Bronx, and bulldog plays  Read more

Here they come: storms moving into Brooklyn. Photo: MKMetzThe National Weather Service is warning that severe thunderstorm and flash flood warnings are in effect for NYC as a line of  Read more

Charlene Nimmons from Wyckoff Houses, Zephyr Teachout, Rev. Williams. Photo by MK Metz Gubernatorial candidate Zephyr Teachout, a Fordham Law School professor who's an expert in public corruption, attracted a friendly  Read more

Gubernatorial hopeful Zephyr Teachout is calling out Governor Andrew Cuomo over the long-running Long Island College Hospital debacle. Yesterday, Teachout criticized Cuomo for remaining silent about the future of LICH  Read more

Brooklyn – along with backing of deep-pocketed New Yorkers — should be a “slight favorite” to land the 2016 Democratic National Convention, former party chief Ed Rendell said Sunday. The...  Read more

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