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The Ride: The New Englanders didn’t have a chance! Read more. Read more

The Ride: Cyclones ace Christian James shut out the Connecticut Tigers for seven innings Thursday to help lead the Clones to victory. Read more. Read more

Kensington: A homeless man has chained his belongings to the roll-down gate of a Kensington social-services provider’s storefront without permission for months, forcing its workers to sidestep the allegedly smelly  Read more

DUMBO: A builder of so-called affordable housing is working out a deal to buy a now-vacant Dumbo hotel from the developer that just last year bought the property from the  Read more

Dining: Hot diggety! You can chow down on a free hot dog served fresh from an overstuffed, vaguely bun-shaped bus that will be parked in Brooklyn Bridge Park every weekend  Read more

Sunset Park: The owner of a soon-to-open 39th Street bar that neighbors worry will cause the same quality-of-life problems as its seedy predecessor must return to the Sunset Park community  Read more

Editor’s Picks: This week we’ve got Midsummer magic, a poutine party, a festival of funny females, and much more! Brooklyn is the place to be! Read more. Read more

Boerum Hill: Native Brooklynite Petty Officer 2nd Class Aliah Hall, a graduate of Boerum Hill’s Metropolitan Corporate Academy, serves with one of the Navy’s most advanced amphibious-warfare units — and  Read more

Sponsored Content: Ramapo for Children is an organization that helps young people who face learning obstacles, including social, emotional, and cognitive challenges, by nurturing and supporting their success. Read more.  Read more

The Ride: Minor League Baseball wants to speed up games by putting a free runner on second base at the start of extra innings. Last night, the move worked —  Read more

Brooklyn Heights: Brooklyn Bridge Park stewards are backing locals’ demands for a new footbridge from Brooklyn Heights to the green space, and they can’t promise that construction of the public  Read more

Prospect Heights: These clothes are fresh off the Shaq! Read more. Read more

Dining: This food fest is fresher than ever! Read more. Read more

Fearless Parenting: Sure, the vet can say it was inevitable that it would die before its second birthday, but I know it was my fault. Read more. Read more

Fort Greene: Reports that a long-shuttered green space near Fort Greene’s Brooklyn Academy of Music quietly reopened last weekend are not true, according to city officials, who blamed filmmaker Spike  Read more

Podcast: Are you ready for the summer? Are you ready for the good times? Read more. Read more

Sunset Park: Plus all the other crime from Sunset Park and Windsor Terrace’s 72nd Precinct blotter. Read more. Read more

The Ride: The streaking Cyclones continued their strong start to the season Tuesday night when they topped the Renegades for the second night in a row and moved to 4–1  Read more

Park Slope: Leaders at a Park Slope house of worship and a local do-gooder installed an on-street cupboard outside the Prospect Avenue church that good Samaritans can stock with non-perishable  Read more

Changing Brooklyn: A developer filed permits for one of two residential buildings planned to rise as part of its redevelopment of Crown Heights’s Bedford-Union Armory, even though a state Supreme  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

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

Bay Ridge: The break-in leads this week’s 68th Precinct police blotter. Read more. Read more

The Ride: The Cyclones held off a late surge by the Renegades beating Hudson Valley for the first time since the 2016 season. Read more. Read more

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