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Saturday, Aug. 25, 2007

New toilet saves water, planet

Fort Greene: Margarita drinkers with small bladders needn’t fret about wasting water at Habana Outpost any longer. As of Saturday, the eco-eatery’s two porcelain gods will run on recycled rainwater. Comments (1)

Liquors bistro is going tapas

Fort Greene: A new Middle Eastern joint is about to open in the DeKalb Avenue storefront that once housed Liquors. Comment

Fulton maul

Fulton maul

Fort Greene: A city project that has turned 10 blocks of the once-bustling two-way Fulton Street into a one-way obstacle course and a pox on local business will last months longer than expected. Comment

Dancespace fever in Fort Greene

Greene Acres: A local developer is back in the mix to help develop the BAM Cultural District — and that’s good news. Comment

Woman brings gun to IRS office

Fort Greene: A woman with an infant and an apparent grudge against the Internal Revenue Service tried to sneak a 25-caliber automatic weapon into the Fulton Street IRS building by wrapping it in a diaper and then sending it through the X-ray machine in a diaper bag on Aug. 14, said cops — plus all the other crime news from Fort Greene and Clinton Hill. Comment

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