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This week on Brooklyn Paper radio, hosts Gersh Kuntzman and Vince DiMiceli keep it local, inviting reporters Lauren Gill and Caroline Spivack to break down the most important stories of the week on their beats.

First, Gill hit the podcastwaves with her report on why residents of Red Hook House are unhappy with the new Citi Bike stations taking up valuable parking spaces outside their homes. The bike-rental service expanded in to the neighborhood late last month, and now many residents claim the bikes aren’t use at all. Are they lying? Gilly gets to the bottom of it.

Next, Caroline Spivack gives the boys the scoop on the poop — that’s being dumped into Coney Island Creek from a nearby residential complex. How could this be happening? Take a listen to find out.

And lastly, Deputy Editor Max Jaeger discussing the shocking news the District Attorney Ken Thompson has cancer, but isn’t saying what kind or how his treatment is going.

It’s all there today on Brooklyn Paper Radio!

Brooklyn Paper radio is recorded and podcast live every Thursday at 4:45 pm — for your convenience — from our studio in America’s Downtown and can be found, as always, right here on, on iTunes, on Mixlr, and of course, on Stitcher.

Updated 10:17 pm, July 9, 2018
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