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Gov. Cuomo invoked his late dad’s soaring rhetoric to bash President Trump over the city’s “disgusting” public housing — and also get in some digs at Mayor de Blasio. Cuomo  Read more

Two members of the NYPD — one in a high-ranking post and the other a just a rookie — were busted early Sunday morning for separate incidents of drinking and  Read more

Dude, where’s my baby? A dope whose Facebook handle is “Tarzan Cannibus” told his girlfriend that he would take their 6-month-old daughter home on the subway at around 2:30 a.m.  Read more

An Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park reference in the New York Times Real Estate section today, first published online 3/16/18, As Brooklyn Towers Soar, a Sinking Feeling for Developers:Despite the intense demand  Read more

A plan to name an intersection after the first black FBI agent slain in the line of duty has angered some Bedford-Stuyvesant residents. The funeral of Edwin R. Woodriffe, 27,  Read more

More of Banksy’s protest art has reportedly been spotted, this time in Brooklyn. Two murals that mirror the elusive British graffiti artist’s style and anti-capitalist message were seen Friday on  Read more

Even the iconic clock tower has stopped working at Brooklyn College. Fed-up students have now taken to social media to post photos of their crumbling campus and plead for help.  Read more

If you look at the latest Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park Construction Alert, track work at the railyard was supposed to begin Friday night. But that's the railyard, which has demapped Pacific  Read more

Concessions are Brooklyn’s “worst-kept secret” apparently. In order to fill high-end luxury rental units about 48 percent of developers — as of February — are cutting deals with tenants to  Read more

Hey, remember the Dubai Mini-Mart at the southeast corner of Dean Street and Sixth Avenue, in front of which pop stars gamboled on a red carpet for the August 2013  Read more

From a 3/14/18 Commercial Observer interview with Ric Clark, senior managing partner and the chairman of Brookfield Property Partners:Although they have been unsuccessful so far, why has Brookfield made moves  Read more

They want to put Wag on a leash! New York lawmakers and animal-rights advocates are looking to muzzle the controversial app known as “Uber for dog-walking” because its walkers keep  Read more

Two brothers sporting beards and long gray hair were reported missing from their Brooklyn apartment on Friday. Stanley Nagler, 64, and Gene Nagler, 66, were last seen by a caretaker  Read more

The planned closing of Flatbush Avenue and Dean Street next week overnight for paving work has been postponed and will be rescheduled. Read more

Author Jonathan Safran Foer sold his Brooklyn townhouse for $7.6 million to someone incredibly close to the property. The buyer of the 8,000-square-foot brownstone at 374 Pacific Street is none  Read more

Let us take a step back into time. We came across this old, yellowed page from the Carroll Gardens-Cobble Hill Newspaper, dated October 1983.It features a column entitled 'Your Turn',  Read more

Cops arrested the man who sucker-punched an elderly stranger in an unprovoked attack in Brooklyn — and it’s not the first time he’s been busted for violence toward women, police  Read more

In our monthly Ask Janah advice column, our resident sex ed expert Janah Boccio, LCSW, answers questions about sex and all the touchy things you may not know how to  Read more

ReachNow is making it supremely easy to get where you want to go this month. From Monday, March 19 until March 29, a one-hour ride in a ReachNow MINI or  Read more

Brooklyn’s Federal District Court is becoming a haven for lawsuits about graffiti. The court received a case last week that will ask whether an illegally painted mural deserves to be  Read more

From the March issue: Richard Born co-owns the largest portfolio of independent hotels in New York, with an empire spanning 28 properties and 5,000 rooms in Manhattan and Brooklyn. BD  Read more

It's one of the lingering questions about Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park, one that has not been answered by public officials, and an obligation that might fall by the wayside.When, if ever,  Read more

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