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#Stunning Scenary, #Earth Porn Read more

They’re up s–t’s creek — literally. A boat spilled 500 gallons of raw sewage into a Brooklyn waterway Sunday, according to police. Crews were servicing the Avalon at Red Hook’s  Read more

Kensington's newly-assigned "beat cops," officially known as Neighborhood Coordination Officers (NCOs), are Police Officer Shawney Chow and Police Officer Joel Ramirez. They can be contacted at Shawney.Chow @ and  Read more

Our friends at the Poplar Street Community Garden have sent us this message: Join neighbors and friends in the Poplar Street Community Garden for our annual Apple-Tree Pruning event on  Read more

A pair of Brooklyn parents were reunited with their baby after the toddler wandered onto the street on Sunday morning, police said. The baby, whose age was not immediately available,  Read more

The Ride: Last night’s game was called after three innings, and will be finished up today. Read more. Read more

OK, beyond his suggestion that the New York Islanders return to the Nassau Coliseum full-time for the second and third years of the expected era of Belmont arena construction, hockey  Read more

Authorities’ hiring soars while Cuomo claims public payroll is shrinking, the New York Post reported 7/16/18:Hiring at dozens of state-controlled public authorities soared at the same time Gov. Cuomo was  Read more

A Brooklyn mom claims a city school let a stranger walk off with her kids. The scary episode happened at Brownsville’s PS 189, Rhonda Williams Lee says in a Brooklyn  Read more

The founder and president of a for-profit Brooklyn college tasked his employees with steering attractive young women to his office — “so he could proposition them for sex, ” according  Read more

He’s one of the city’s Bravest … and Strangest. Firefighter Andrew Radziewicz says he’s a “psychic medium” who regularly encounters extraterrestrials, UFOs, dead people, angels and other strange phenomena —  Read more

A Brooklyn woman was found dead in her bedroom closet Saturday, her body wrapped in a bedsheet, cops said. Kyinar Thein, 58, was discovered around 6:45 a.m. after concerned relatives,  Read more

Two men were busted for last year’s shooting death of a civilian NYPD employee in his Brooklyn home, cops said. Derek Simpkins, of Brooklyn, and Abasie Brambam, of Marietta, Ga.,  Read more

#Beautiful Views, #Earths Beauty Read more

The Ride: Our boys failed to hit when they had to. Read more. Read more

 Sheepshead Bay is located as far south into Brooklyn as one could get, nearly an hour’s train ride from Manhattan. But its distance from the city’s epicenter has not  Read more

The Barclays Center, it seems, is trying to make lemonade out of lemons. After WPIX-TV vacated (with no announcement) the Flatbush Avenue retail space that was part of a "multi-year  Read more

#MotherNature, #Awesome Read more

An arrest was made Friday in a fatal Brooklyn shooting that sparked an internal NYPD probe after two cops allegedly stayed in their patrol car when they responded. Jimmie Russell,  Read more

Boaz Gilad’s Brookland Capital had a rough week in Tel Aviv. Over the course of two days, the company’s bonds on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange lost 15 percent of  Read more

They’re launching a crowdfunding campaign for Gage and Tollner, where the late Edna Lewis once cooked. Read more

The gorgeous new Domino Park opened to the public last month, bringing six-acres of desperately needed greenery and recreation space and waterfront access to the edge of the East River  Read more

Are you relatively new to this bustling metropolis? Don’t be shy about it, everyone was new to New York once upon a time, except, of course, those battle-hardened residents who’ve  Read more

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