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Retro roller enthusiasts will be psyched to hear that Prospect Park’s Dreamland Roller Rink is opening its new, winter digs at a 15,000-square-foot indoor spot in Industry City this Friday,  Read more

Saturday is that day that I’m convinced every true New Yorker loathes deep within (unless of course you enjoy kicking it with drunk, screeching people who are likely to puke  Read more

Even if you don’t think you are familiar with the comedy of Neal Brennan, you definitely are, because he is the genius behind some of the most memorable comedy phenomena  Read more

On Monday night, Kiwi singer/songwriter Kimbra is at Murmrr Theatre for what is being billed as “an intimate, reimagined evening” starting at 8pm. She’s still best-known stateside for her vocals  Read more

Well, the elevator from the Barclays Center plaza to the subway has been chronically out of whack, and the escalator isn't so great, too. Both are the responsibility of the  Read more

Mayor Bill de Blasio is spending less time at City Hall and meeting with commissioners. Also: an oral history of Brooklyn’s Muslims. Read more

This guy took “hangry” to a new level. A belligerent Brooklyn deli customer attacked a store worker because he didn’t want to wait for his bacon, egg and cheese sandwich,  Read more

Downtown: Hundreds of revelers on Tuesday gathered outside this newspaper’s Downtown offices at MetroTech Center for the neighborhood’s annual tree lighting — which for the first time in nearly three  Read more

Gravesend: These Dems traded their signature blue for red and green! Read more. Read more

Dance: This show keeps dancers on their toes! Read more. Read more

Dance: Here are six more ‘Nutcracker’ shows in Brooklyn! Read more. Read more

Pianist Ursula Oppens (photo) begins Bargemusic’s weekend on Friday evening, December 7 at 7:00 with two pieces by Schubert and two by modern composers, one by Elliott Carter and one  Read more

A city teacher faked a reference that landed his pal a Manhattan nanny gig – and she’s now on trial for trying to kill a tot by stuffing a wipe  Read more

How many cops does it take to give a one-legged homeless man the boot? Apparently about 20! A contingent of NYPD officers spent two hours Wednesday morning kicking out Thomas  Read more

Brooklyn federal prosecutors have long been aware that Seagram heiress Clare Bronfman is footing the legal bills for her Nxivm cohorts, a new filing charges — they’re just throwing a  Read more

From Friday, December 7th, at 9:45 p.m., until Monday, December 10th, at 5:00 a.m., F trains will follow their usual route between 179th Street and Church Avenue (and vice-versa).

But because  Read more

Community Board 7 Public Safety Committee Meeting

Thursday, December 13th, 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Mail theft, NYPD enforcement around homeless shelters, and the rise in violent crime are on the  Read more

Now we’re the city that can’t paint straight. For the past week, the yellow lines down four blocks of Coney Island’s Neptune Avenue were so squiggly, they looked like they’d  Read more

By the end of this year, a bill is set to pass in Congress that will make it even easier to find a product that seems to be on the  Read more

Kushner Companies agreed to pay five tenants at its Brooklyn property 89 Hicks Street a combined $100,000 to compensate them for alleged rent overcharges and for illegally deregulating their units.  Read more

This summer, a new drink called Aurora Elixirs became the latest beverage infused with a special ingredient called Cannabidiol, better known by its nickname, CBD. After reading numerous stories about  Read more

Cops will be out in force in the audience of a Brooklyn courtroom today, for the attempted murder trial of a young Crips member accused of ramming a stolen car  Read more

The city’s unceremoniously ousted emergency management chief on Wednesday issued a mea culpa for his heated Friday meeting with a deputy mayor that ended in his badly botched firing. “I’m  Read more

Mean Streets: A driver hit a cyclist on Jay Street Downtown Wednesday morning after she swerved out of the road’s bike lane because cops parked a police van in it,  Read more

The post Will Dumbo’s iconic view disappear?, the beloved, endangered Promenade, and more links appeared first on Dumbo NYC. Read more

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