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Regular readers of this blog know that I've been tough on the Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park coverage by the "notorious Stephen Witt." He now runs the admittedly pay-for-coverage-sometimes Kings County Politics, which I've criticized multiple times (without  Read more

The largest state park in New York City, built on re-claimed landfill along Brooklyn’s Jamaica Bay, is scheduled to open its phase one segment next summer. The park will be  Read more

Brooklyn Heights: Below-market-rate apartments are now up for grabs in the shorter of two in-the-works towers at Pier 6 in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Read more. Read more

Park Slope: Do-gooders decked out in the blue-green color stepped through Prospect Park on Saturday to celebrate a decade of fund-raising for ovarian-cancer research and awareness. Read more. Read more

Fort Greene: Plus more relentless crime from Fort Greene and Clinton Hill’s 88th Precinct. Read more. Read more

Park Slope: Plus all the other crime from Park Slope’s 78th Precinct blotter. Read more. Read more

Carroll Gardens: Crime from the 76th Precinct in Carroll Gardens. Read more. Read more

Brooklyn Heights: Plus all the other crime from Brooklyn Heights and Downtown’s 84th Precinct blotter. Read more. Read more

What’s on your mind? Comment away! Read more

Community Board 2’s Executive Director Robert Perris has sent us the following: Several people got tickets in Brooklyn Heights today despite the fact that alternate side of the street parking  Read more

Wednesday 9/12 SoHo to Dumbo by Bicycle Wednesday Mornings @ Capuchino (Soho), 11am-1pm, $30, more info NYFA Classifieds Focus Group @ 20 Jay St, 11am, FREE, more info SoHo to  Read more

Because Nathan Lane & Andrea Martin are coming to Broadway, check out today’s end-of-day links: Gawker resurrection, revisiting ‘Burn After Reading,’ Brooklyn trash mountain, why is college so expensive, and  Read more

A cabby accused of stalking the Brooklyn teen who says two NYPD officers raped her is in the clear, The Post has learned. Brooklyn prosecutors are no longer pursuing charges  Read more

Politics: Read on for our primer on this week’s statewide primary elections before you hit the voting booth to cast your ballot on Thursday. Read more. Read more

Flatbush: It’s curtains for this beloved troupe. Read more. Read more

State Senate candidate Julia Salazar claimed on Tuesday that she was sexually assaulted by David Keyes, the spokesperson for Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Salazar, a Democratic Socialist running for  Read more

There was a time, not long ago, when the tacos in NYC sucked, and everyone visiting from the West Coast laughed at us. So much has changed. According to Thrillist’s  Read more

A nonprofit focused on criminal justice reform just inked a 15-year lease in Sunset Park. The Vera Institute of Justice is moving from its current office on the 12th floor  Read more

There's a lot to catch up on regarding the Attorney General race. While Mayor Bill de Blasio has decided to stay out of the race--seemingly a snub toward Public Advocate  Read more

The Brooklyn Book Festival will be on Sunday, September 16 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m at Borough Hall and other nearby venues, and in Columbus Park (immediately north of  Read more

In June 2013, I called it a "provisional big win for Barclays Center" when the City Council limited Madison Square Garden to 10-year permit, given that the Manhattan arena would,  Read more

Fuzzy Brooklyn: A pair of Ditmas Park dog owners are desperately searching for their pooch Pickles, whom Brooklynites have spotted scampering across the borough since he ran away during an  Read more

Fuzzy Brooklyn: Amateur and professional cyclists alike rolled into Park Slope on Saturday for a twice-a-year bicycle market where vendors peddled bikes and parts to pedalers hunting for bargains. Read  Read more

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