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The Williamsburg restaurant’s owner cited the looming L train shutdown as one of the causes. Read more

Ditmas Park: Cops are hunting for the sicko who raped a 59-year-old woman at gunpoint near the Prospect Park Parade Ground on Sunday. Read more. Read more

A Sinaloa Cartel turncoat remained unflappable under questioning by the lawyer representing his accused killer former boss, Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, in Brooklyn court Tuesday. Government snitch Jesus “El Rey”  Read more

Ahhh, the holidays. Who says you have to whip up a giant feast with all of the trimmings all by your lonesome? Maybe you don’t want to cook at all,  Read more

Broadway actress Ruthie Ann Miles used a cane to walk into Brooklyn court Tuesday to watch a judge dismiss the case against the driver who committed suicide after fatally mowing  Read more

Two women were raped in separate incidents in Brooklyn and the Bronx, authorities said Tuesday. The first attack happened around 4 a.m. Sunday near Parkside Avenue and Parade Place in  Read more

It is now official: Copy Cottage will remain open under new management and the transfer of ownership has been seamless. Though many in the community probably have already heard  Read more

A woman was dragged behind a bench and sexually assaulted near Prospect Park on Sunday morning. According to CBS2, the woman had recently left a family gathering and was on  Read more

Canarsie: Cops with Canarsie’s 69th Precinct are putting neighborhood youngsters on paths to success by mentoring local kids as part of a new partnership between the precinct and do-good group  Read more

The beer that conquered Brooklyn is on the brink of extinction. Read more

Well, the Barclays Center may get some money-making open dates when it loses the albatross of an Islanders contract--and it's possible that day will come faster than 2021, given the  Read more

Brooklyn Heights: The do-gooders behind Atlantic Avenue’s Brooklyn Cat Cafe — where locals can pop in and play around with pusses looking for forever homes — said they are shuttering  Read more

Park Slope: A man with an insatiable appetite ate his way to victory during a local creamery’s annual ice-cream-eating contest on Saturday, becoming the first person to win the Slope’s  Read more

No, not the socks that went missing in the laundry. The Montague Street BID is celebrating Small Business Saturday this coming Saturday, November 24 from noon to 2:00 PM by  Read more

If you are lucky to have Thanksgiving weekend off, you know there is an excellent sequel, and often prequel, to the mashed potatoes and apple pie á la mode. It’s  Read more

The Heights and Hills Community Council is serving its annual Thanksgiving Feast for Seniors on Thursday at Grace Church, and needs as many pies as possible. Seconds, even thirds, on  Read more

A Brooklyn man busted for allegedly training a laser pointer at a chopper providing security for the UN General Assembly was released without bail Monday. Authorities say Douglas Tetreau aimed  Read more

The lawyer for the Brooklyn man accused of murdering Queens jogger Karina Vetrano said Monday that the victim’s father “corrupted” the crime scene by holding his daughter’s beaten and battered  Read more

Are you a business or an artisan/freelancer/hobbyist/pedlar looking for a venue to sell your crafts and wares to actual humans in the neighborhood that doesn’t involve a certain monopolistic corporate  Read more

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