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Bushwick Fire Destroys Homes, Pigeon Coop
Five buildings were wrecked last night on Dekalb Avenue.
Newborn Found in Nativity Scene at Queens Church
The healthy baby boy was found in the appropriately named Holy Child Jesus Church in Richmond Hill.
Tombs Uncovered Below Washington Square
They’ve been there for a while.
Ice-Skating Rink Leaks Ammonia in Prospect Park
Ten people were hospitalized.
Weird Accessories Are Fine; Grabbing Women Is Not
In case you were wondering.
The Queens Tourism Center Is Closing
That’s right, Queens has a tourism center.
Photos and War Stories From Brighton Beach’s Victory Day Parade
The anniversary of Germany’s
surrender has special significance in Brooklyn’s corner of the former Soviet Union.
Falling Plywood Injures Woman in Soho
Just another thing to worry about.
NYPD Ruins Coyote’s Battery Park City Jog
It’s not clear if this is the same animal spotted in Riverside Park earlier this week.
88,000 People Apply to Live in the ‘Poor Door’ Building
Only 55 units are available.
Hillary Clinton Might Be Coming to Brooklyn
Her team is looking at office space in Brooklyn Heights.
The de Blasios Haven’t Quite Warmed Up to the Upper East Side
Park Slope forever.
NYPD Looking for a Guy Who Went on a Box Cutter Slashing Spree in Union Square
He also slapped a woman.
One of Every New Yorker’s Greatest Fears Kills Man in Bed-Stuy
He fell through a cellar door on a sidewalk.
NYPD Takes Down ‘Feisty’ Upper West Side Coyote
Unusual, but not unheard of.
Washington Heights School’s Bathrooms Are Bad
That might not even be the worst part of this story.
Brooklyn Is Getting Its Own Apple Store
Teens One Step Closer to Taking Over NYC
They’re now allowed to join community boards.
Drunken Santas Won’t Puke All Over Bushwick After All
SantaCon 2014 is currently homeless.
Some (Potentially Shady) Guy Rents a West Village Duplex for $10 a Month
And his lease is supposed to last for 50 years!
Animal Heads Hang From Traffic Light in Brooklyn
The new sneakers.
Someone Tried to Shoot Rapper Freddie Gibbs in Williamsburg Last Night
Outside the venue Rough Trade NYC.
‘No Hoodie’ Signs Not Racist, Says Creator
The only complaint you might have is from the little thugs selling drugs in the corner.”
Cops Kill Ax-Wielding Attacker, Shoot Bystander
Chaos on a Queens street.
NYC’s Most Notorious, Porsche-Driving Graffiti Artist Busted by Obsessed NYPD
Central Park Black-Bear Cub Was Hit by a Car
It’s unclear if she died in the park.
Mysterious Black Bear Cub Found Dead in Central Park
Not from the zoo.
Those Secret NYC Phone Booth Devices Are Getting Evicted
After they were exposed this morning.
You Can Now Rent Mayor de Blasio’s Park Slope Home for $4,975 a Month
A steal for the size and location.
NYPD Reportedly Told Black Teens in Park Slope to ‘Get Out of the Neighborhood’
According to a woman who witnessed the incident.
NYPD Slams Pregnant Woman Onto the Street in Latest Rough Arrest Video
Tough to watch.
Central Park Bike Accident Leaves Pedestrian in Critical Condition
No charges so far against the cyclist.
Horny Old Racist Has Shockingly Disgusting Excuse for Posting Porn in His Window
He says it’s not to intimidate his Indian neighbors.
Gigantic Graffiti Mansion on Bowery Sells, Will Probably Become Condos
It’s been a single-family home since 1966.
Spider-Man and Batman Team Up to Fight Times Square Hecklers
Midtown’s not-so-super heroes strike again.
You Can’t Afford Brooklyn
The price of real estate in some of its neighborhoods easily surpassed Manhattan’s median sale price.
The Westboro Baptist Church Attempts to Troll New York City
It’s not really working.
UWS Building Won’t Let Dogs Walk in the Lobby
Their owners are required to carry them.
Perfect Dog-Poop Signs on the Upper East Side
Another way to celebrate National Dog Day.
Bronx Day-Care Worker Was ‘Wrestling’ With Toddler Before He Died
She’s been charged with manslaughter and reckless endangerment.
72-Year-Old Sucker Punched in West Village
Graffiti-Covered, 72-Room Bowery Mansion Is Finally for Sale
The landmarked single-family home may become retail space.
Signs in Hasidic Brooklyn Suggest Dressing Modestly; Women Not Having It
Cover up for Israel.
West Village Shootout Kills 1, Wounds 3 Officers
Monday afternoon, on West 4
Street and Sixth Avenue.
G Train to Cause More Trouble Than Usual for Greenpoint Residents
The line won’t run between Nassau Avenue and Court Square for five weeks.
Harsh Parking Critic Goes a Bit Overboard
Spray-painting poorly parked vehicles.
Washington Square Park Snake Has a New, Indoor Home
She’s said to be “very, very friendly.”
Fancy Upper West Side Building Will Have a Separate Door for Poor People
’s Department of Housing just signed off on the plan.
Washington Square Park Snake Was Either 2 Feet or 6 Feet or 10 Feet Long!?
Depends on whom you ask.
Citi Bike App Cannot Be Trusted
It’s not very accurate, according to a new investigation.