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Borough President Adams said that, far from being a harmless prank, today’s Brooklyn-Bridge-flag incident was an act of terrorism. Read more. Read more

The banners of surrender didn’t last long once police officers set their sights on them. Read more. Read more

Build It Back is finally living up to its name. Read more. Read more

The middle of the order is heating up! Read more. Read more

A judge has sentenced the Dumbo bar owner who bilked dozens of couples out of more than million in wedding money to 3 years and 4 months to 10  Read more

This sidewalk-inspired circus show is anything but pedestrian. Read more. Read more

Park Slope went to the dogs — the dressed-up dogs — on Friday night when pooches strutted the catwalk outside Freddy’s Bar as part of a weekend packed with Summer  Read more

A new Dumbo marketing agency has audaciously named itself “The BAM Connection,” despite having no connection to the famous Brooklyn Academy of Music. Read more. Read more

Eagle Provisions, a 75-year-old Polish grocery store, is on the market for a reported $9 million, but a split between its brother-owners means its demise is not assured just yet.  Read more

Ever feel like your life is a TV show? You are not alone. Read more. Read more

The Boerum Hill writer talks “Bored to Death,” his grandma, and Patrick Stewart. Read more. Read more

Steven Spielberg, eat your heart out. Read more. Read more

Yeah, that’s true, but as we’ve always said, pitching will rule the day, and it did last night at the beach. Read more. Read more

Trust us, no blood will be drawn when you open up Carmine’s column today. Read more. Read more

New York Mets first-round pick Mike Conforto got a hit in his professioanl debut, sparking the Cyclones to the team’s first win in nine games. Read more. Read more

Somebody make it stop! Help, Michael Conforto! Read more. Read more

On the heels of the dismantling of the moody installation by artist Kara Walker comes a mural by a community group also grappling with the sugar industry’s connections to slavery.  Read more

The Nets ditched their much-maligned mascot the Brooklyn Knight last week, meaning the hunt is on for a replacement that captures the essence of Brooklyn.

We know Nets management is plenty  Read more

Our drinking illustrator checks out the kicked-up classic cocktails at Williamsburg’s Sugarburg. Read more. Read more

The Summer Stroll on Third Avenue is back, and don’t it feel good? Read more. Read more

The hills are alive with the sound of iambic pentameter. Read more. Read more

Forget Shakespeare in the park — this is Shakespeare in the parking lot. Read more. Read more

Brooklyn Flea’s Ice Cream Bonanza, the Busker Ball, the best Beatles tribute band, and more things to see and do in Brooklyn July 18–24. Read more. Read more

Our boys have lost their seventh straight! Read more. Read more

Some Park Slope car owners could soon find themselves circling the block looking for a spot if a developer convinces the city to let it turn a parking garage on  Read more

The Mets front office has stepped up to the plate by signing slugging outfielder Mike Conforto for $2.97 millions — a move that could end with a championship in Brooklyn,  Read more

It will be one for the books, he hopes. Read more. Read more

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