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Monday, Aug. 20, 2018

Wild Brooklyn: Officials safely removed a pair of goats that clomped along outdoor subway tracks on the N line for several hours on Monday morning, a Metropolitan Transportation Authority spokesman said. Comment
Boerum Hill: Mayor DeBlasio wants to dedicate about half a football field’s worth of space to potential retailers interested in opening up shop inside a massive new jail that would replace Atlantic Avenue’s House of Detention as part of his scheme to close Rikers Island within the next decade. Comments (5)
Crown Heights: The city this Labor Day will reprise the strict safety measures it implemented at last year’s early-morning J’Ouvert parade after the tight security prevented fatalities at the event where multiple people were killed in previous years. Comment

At last! Cyclones own a piece of first!

The Ride: Our boys moved into a tie for first place thanks to a 10–2 drubbing of the faltering Hudson Valley. Comment
Park Slope: Book-lenders reopened Brooklyn Public Library’s Pacific branch on Aug. 13, roughly two months behind their expected deadline — and without the ramp they promised stroller-pushing parents and disabled residents they’d install to ease access to the stacks as part of a recent makeover. Comment

Brooklyn on the big screen!

Lights, camera, action! City bringing TV and film production to S’Park

Sunset Park: The city is seeking proposals to develop nearly three-and-a-half football fields’ worth of waterfront property into a film and television production facility at Bush Terminal in Sunset Park. Comment
Awesome: Petty Officer Second Class Aaron Nudel is a missle technician stationed on the west coast, where he guards the country from enemy attacks. Comment

Sunday, Aug. 19, 2018

So close! Cyclones split double-header, move in and out of first place

The Ride: In a battle for first place with Hudson Valley, the Cyclones split a cruicial double-header. Comment

Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018

Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose…

The Ride: …and sometimes it rains. Comment

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