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Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Sea no evil! Heights Key Food scrambles to relabel weird seafood mix

Brooklyn Heights: Another meat-labeling foul at a Brooklyn Heights Key Food has left managers scrambling to win back their customers’ trust, just days after the same Atlantic Avenue store’s legendary “Poultrygate” scandal. Comment

Two iPhones stolen!

Brooklyn Heights: The crime of the century leads this week’s Brooklyn Heights and Downtown’s 84th Precinct blotter. Comment

Monday, June 7, 2010

Potty pooper! Hate-spreading homophobe is barred from Borough Hall bathroom!

Politicrasher: The public bathrooms inside Borough Hall are no longer available for the people’s business — thanks to a homophobic street preacher’s vile screeds and a police officer who apparently believes that it’s her job to shred the First Amendment. Comments (13)

MTA’s Jay Street paint chip disaster

Downtown: Agency spent $110 million to rehab Downtown’s busiest station, yet won’t finish the job with a little paint. Comments (6)

Saturday, June 5, 2010

Wild wet fun at Brooklyn Bridge Park

Bridge ‘Park’: Plus our exclusive video shot today! With video … Comments (2)

Friday, June 4, 2010

Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 6 opens this weekend!

Bridge ‘Park’: The long-awaited Pier 6 of Brooklyn Bridge Park — the waterfront park’s main attraction for kids — will open on Saturday. Comments (2)

Claws out! Lobster Pound guys stick it to Brooklyn Bridge Park!

Bridge ‘Park’: It looks like Brooklyn is taking back the concessions at Brooklyn Bridge Park. Comments (3)

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Fowl is fair! Key Food’s chicken relabeling is completely kosher

Brooklyn Heights: A Brooklyn Heights Key Food that has been repeatedly accused of changing the “sell by” date on meat is off the hook this week after the state revealed that the relabeling practice is completely legal. Comments (9)

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