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Thursday, July 29, 2010

Council gives final Domi-YES!

Williamsburg–Greenpoint Waterfront: The City Council unanimously approved the mammoth 2,200-unit Domino Sugar redevelopment plan on Thursday afternoon — a show of unity on a controversial project that will bring thousands of new residents to a Williamsburg waterfront that has been divided over the project since its unveiling six years ago. Comments (2)

The dirty, smelly truth about our public toilets

Meadows of Shame: We put our nose to the grindstone to sniff out the best public toilets in Williamsburg. This was a tough assignment. Comments (6)

Game on! Outside grant paves way for city to fix McCarren courts

Greenpoint: Game. Set. Resurface! Comment

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

‘Jelly’ rolled as office is burglarized!

Williamsburg: JellyNYC may own summer in Williamsburg, but an enterprising thief now owns JellyNYC’s computer. Comments (3)

You’ll be dying to get into this bar in an old coffin factory

Nightlife: If you’re dying for a drink, there’s only one place to get it: At the new bar and music venue in a former coffin shop in East Williamsburg. Comments (1)

Watch out for watch men

Williamsburg: Plus all the other crime news from Williamsburg’s 90th Precinct. Comment

The maid did it!

Greenpoint: Well, she was the only one with the keys. Plus all the other illegal stuff from Greenpoint and Williamsburg’s 94th Precinct. Comment

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Kickball roundup: Can anyone stop Brooklyn United?

Greenpoint: It was a clash of kickball titans on Sunday, with top-ranked Brooklyn United striking the final blow over third-place Crucial Taunt, before the lights went dark. Comment

Friday, July 23, 2010

Pier pressure in Greenpoint

Greenpoint: The city is going to install a new public pier at the end of Java Street in Greenpoint, plus bring in new ferry service. Comments (3)

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