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Last we spoke to Dan Dzula, Spectrum was trying to charge him $133,963.75 to install high speed internet in his Gowanus building. “Spectrum have finally killed my dreams of joining  Read more

Staten Island-based Giuseppe Gambino, a convicted mafioso once described by federal prosecutors as “an important soldier” in John Gotti’s Gambino crime family, is developing a 20-unit condominium in Coney Island,  Read more

From City & State, my op-ed, Eric Adams has faced less scrutiny than he deserves.Yes, there's an Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park angle. Read more

Crown Heights: A Crown Heights state senator on Wednesday announced he will introduce legislation to crack down on discriminatory 911 calls days after he claimed a President Trump supporter called  Read more

Fearless Parenting: As William Butler Yeats so wisely put it, “There are no strangers here; only friends you haven’t yet met.” Read more. Read more

Alloy Development and partners are planning a 986-foot tall residential skyscraper for 80 Flatbush, near Atlantic Terminal in Brooklyn. But the local city councilman on Tuesday indicated he’d like to  Read more

The latest campaign finance filings are out in state races; Real estate spending heavily on attorney general race, City & State reported yesterday, noting that the Real Estate Board of New  Read more

Williamsburg: Some lowlife in a football jersey with “Peppers” written on the back pretended to pull a gun on an employee at a Williamsburg fast-food joint before robbing the eatery  Read more

Theater: An all-kid cast will stage at head-banging production of the musical “School of Rock” at Fort Hamilton Army Base this weekend. Read more. Read more

Brooklyn-born rapper Casanova is expected to turn himself in to police Wednesday for allegedly attacking a woman at a Greenwich Village diner because he thought she was filming him, sources  Read more

Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman will stand trial in Brooklyn, a judge ruled Tuesday. Defense attorneys for the drug kingpin had tried to convince Brooklyn federal court Judge Brian Cogan that  Read more

Kind of mind boggling what happened in Brooklyn in 15 years.— Tom Waters (@slowboring) August 10, 2018Some new numbers crunched by Tom Waters of the Community Service Society put  Read more

Theater: Brooklyn’s coolest Shakespeare event is not happening in the parks. Instead, it is in the air-conditioned black box of the Brick in Williamsburg, at the “Shakespeare in the Theater”  Read more

The New York City Department of Housing Preservation & Development has issued a handy income guide to let people know what "band" of affordable housing, under 2018 income levels, for  Read more

Lisa Fiekowski considers collecting neighborhood junk her full-time job; property ownership is a part-time gig. She estimates it pays about $20 to $30 per hour and she often takes work  Read more

“If you have $300,000 and are willing to part with it for a little bit of concrete, cool–you’ve got a parking spot,” or you could use the same money to  Read more

Editor’s Picks: This week we’ve got a rapper in Red Hook, Breeders at Celebrate Brooklyn!, and “Black Panther” in a park, along with much more. Brooklyn is the place to  Read more

A Brooklyn state senator says a woman called 911 on him while he was campaigning on a street corner in Crown Heights for “dividing people” by handing out literature critical  Read more

Last year, the inaugural New York City Pizza Festival was dubbed the Fyre Festival of NYC food events after attendees paid up to $75 for a “total scam” that had  Read more

A woman who was allegedly raped by two NYPD detectives in the back of a police van last September was served a subpoena by a man who called her “a  Read more

A cause of death has not yet been determined for the fetus found in the toilet of an American Airlines plane that landed at Laguardia Airport earlier this week. The  Read more

This will be a “green light” weekend, as there are no planned service changes that directly affect service at any local stations. Indeed, there will be extra service from Manhattan  Read more

In addition to all of the other wonderful screenings (and food pairings!) that Videology does, once a month they feature an Independent Women screening, bringing you “underrated, overlooked, “Why haven’t  Read more

The woman who was allegedly raped by two NYPD detectives while handcuffed in the back of a police van in Brooklyn last year was called a “stupid bitch” by a  Read more

Books: Comedian, podcaster and author Maeve Higgins’s new collection of essays “Maeve in America” details her experiences as an Irish immigrant in New York. Our reporter Kevin Duggan, also a  Read more

Somewhere, Spike Lee’s smiling. It appears that the Williamsburg exodus has begun — with apartment inventory shooting up by 25 percent and rent slipping back down to 2015 prices —  Read more

Ths Friday evening, August 10 at 7:00, pianist Olga Vinokur (photo) will present a recital, “Art of Etude,” featuring works by many prominent nineteenth and twentieth century and contemporary composers.  Read more

The two-tower project 80 Flatbush, in a transitional block between the Central Business District of Downtown Brooklyn and low-rise Boerum Hill, on Monday got unanimous approval, albeit with some concerns  Read more

River of Tears: Straphangers fretting over the looming closure of the L train’s Brooklyn–Manhattan tube will realize their worst fears sooner than expected because city and state transit bigwigs recently  Read more

The judge is keeping her a little closer to “home” this time. Aspiring actress Parisse Daves, who was caught skipping out on court-ordered weekend stints at Rikers Island for check  Read more

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