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The Montauk Monster Has Competition. Sort Of.

There is a colorful beast of some sort climbing out of the East River. Plus, Harlem's eye-straining new condo, Chinatown's intra-hood Olympics smackdown, and the big-cabbage guy of Staten Island. In our Freedom Friday edition of the daily boroughs report!

The Chelsea Hotel Has Not Lost Its Edge

The naked girl at the Chelsea Hotel, the lost 'SNL' sets of the Brooklyn Navy Yards, and a very awkward tale of gentrification from Harlem, in today's boroughs bundler!

Staten Island Has a Turkey Overpopulation Problem

Edward Albee is being used to market a condo, a cat-beating sicko lurks the streets of Queens, and Staten Island turkeys are being given mandatory abortions. The city's gone mad, in our daily boroughs report.

Carroll Gardens: There Are Still Real Italians There

Will your relationship survive Red Hook's new Ikea? Will Carroll Gardens old-timers continue to make-a da pizza? Will the Upper West Side open-house thieves cop a plea deal? More questions and even fewer answers in today's borough report.

They're Crazy From the Heat!

Harlem residents suspect gentrifiers are the cause of a raccoon outbreak, a miffed man burns down his neighbor's house on Staten Island, and government workers from separate departments deliberately, sneakily sabotage one another in the East Village. All this and more in our daily boroughs report.

This Weekend on Governors Island, Avoid the Steaming Divot

There's a lot of weird news in our boroughs report today: Tony Soprano's maid is evicted from Williamsburg, Alex Hamilton's house is afloat in Harlem, and possible sex hotels are cropping up in Gowanus! Click through for all the oddacity!

Andrea Peyser — Wait for It — Thinks Someone Is a Bonehead

That delightful harpy harshes on Dumbo, Robin Quivers leaves Staten Island for the Upper West Side, and a white Seattle woman gets stuck in Harlem and lives to tell. That and more tales of the miraculous in our daily boroughs report.