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Saturday, Feb. 25, 2012

This is what happens when Bay Ridge comes to Williamsburg

Dining: Care for a side of psychedelia with your sushi roll? Comments (6).

Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2012

G’pointers: TV show ‘Smash’ treats us like trash

Brooklyn Is Angry: Greenpoint residents are calling cut on a TV show that they claim takes up too many parking spaces and causes too much noise. Comments (3).

Man goes on alleged rampage

Williamsburg: Plus all the other dastardly news from Williamsburg’s 90th Precinct. Comments (1).

Thieves rob man inside apartment

Greenpoint: Plus all the other crime from Greenpoint’s 94th Precinct. Comment.

Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2012

Missing wheels! City cuts out East W’burg, G’point from bike share

Greenpoint: Sharing pedals is going to be easy in North Brooklyn — unless you live in East Williamsburg and parts of Greenpoint. Comments (16).

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‘Black’ comedy

Books: Funnyman Michael Ian Black reads in Greenpoint — with Meghan McCain! Comments (1).

W’burg residents: We love gay bar, but hate its noise

Williamsburg: A Williamsburg gay bar is under fire — and neighbors say it’s not because they’re proud, it’s just because they’re loud. Comments (53).

Sunday, Feb. 19, 2012

Power couple pushes for two more charters in Williamsburg

Williamsburg: The Manhattan power couple behind a controversial plan to open a charter school in Williamsburg is hoping to launch two more charter schools in North Brooklyn. Comments (56).

Friday, Feb. 17, 2012

MTA: We sent too few shuttle buses for stranded L-train riders

Williamsburg: MTA officials admitted they left North Brooklyn straphangers in the cold — or jammed against fellow passengers like sardines — by failing to provide enough shuttle buses while the L train was out-of-service earlier this month. Comments (2).

Thursday, Feb. 16, 2012

W’burg waterfront gets a supermarket

Williamsburg: The Williamsburg condo complex The Edge will house a supermarket — a potential game-changer for waterfront dwellers accustomed to schlepping their groceries back to the cluster of new developments along Kent Avenue. Comment.