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An NYPD cop who claimed he was sleepwalking when he broke into a Bronx woman’s apartment and attacked her in 2014 was just busted again — this time in Baltimore  Read more

There was a time when the Brooklyn Democratic machine hated few people more than it did Margarita López Torres. First elected as a civil court judge in 1992, López Torres  Read more

Clinton Hill: Police are investigating a swastika that some bigot drew on a Grand Avenue Jewish Community Center on May 22. Read more. Read more

Accused sex cult leader Keith Raniere wanted the branding of his female slaves to mimic ritualistic human sacrifice, a Brooklyn jury heard Wednesday. The Nxivm founder’s disturbing fantasies were captured  Read more

This video contains images of extreme violence, and may be disturbing to some viewers. 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

Park Slope: Plus all the other crime from Park Slope’s 78th Precinct blotter. Read more. Read more

An Iowa woman was grazed by a bullet when a gunman opened fire inside a Brooklyn subway station, police and law enforcement sources said Wednesday. The 48-year-old woman was standing  Read more

Event: The Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association honored three outstanding women at its 101st annual awards dinner on May 15 at the Liberty Warehouse in Read Hook. Read more. Read more

Marine Park: Plus a host of other crimes from Marine Park’s 63rd Precinct. Read more. Read more

Fort Greene: Police found a man’s body floating in the water off the Navy Yard on May 19. Read more. Read more

Three women were arrested Tuesday for allegedly forging documents that allowed affordable-housing applicants to bypass a decades-long waiting list for a Coney Island cooperative in exchange for a whopping $874,000  Read more

#Earth, #Beautiful Earth Read more


When the Jehovah’s Witnesses moved out of Brooklyn Heights over the past few years, cashing in on their now-valuable properties and moving upstate, they left behind a collection of  Read more

Three people have been charged with taking $874,000 in bribes from co-op owners in Coney Island who sought to leap over lower-income residents on a waitlist for affordable housing. The  Read more

Like lots of New Yorkers, I’m fairly snobby when it comes to food and booze, but my lifelong love of frozen drinks endures nonetheless. I’ve made some progress since my  Read more

“As our erasure happens, we’re trying very hard to protect our spaces.” Read more

A second straight (here's the first) last-minute notice of night work came in a message last night from Empire State Development stated that "Night work is expected tonight, Tuesday, May  Read more

In February, the TrueHoop media property, known for incisive coverage of NBA basketball, was revived as a newsletter (mostly subscription-only, but here's a link for a free month) and, wouldn't  Read more

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