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Everybody's Sexy in Stuyvesant Town!

Busy, buzz-y bees transfix the UES, canine golden showers threaten the Tribeca ecosystem, and cool-coiffed Queens beep Helen Marshall rocks springtime style in Woodside. That and more in our breathless daily boroughs report.

Park Slope Moms Terrorize the Childless

Now that's a plot for Darren Star's new show. Also Schnabel spotted near his pink palace! And a pink turtle in Billyburg, in our daily borough report.

Your Pencil May Be Your Key to the High Line This Summer

A shadow between porn hub Show World and its fate in Times Square, a chain barrier between "the 'SATC' house" and Carrie fans in the Village, bad blood between a rock bar and its neighbors in Park Slope … and just a click between you and our daily boroughs report!

Don't Fear the River, Lower East Siders!

Escalator vigilantes in Union Square, riverside Ping-Pong for the LES, and (gasp) a "sick" dog run in the Slope. Yep, it's Freaky Friday in our daily boroughs report.

Loch Ness Monster on 21st?

A Macy's in Harlem? A sea serpent in Chelsea? A chatty Kathy in the East Village? Yes, children, all that and more in today's boroughs report.

Red Hook Residents Squawk About Parrots

Plus! Hazmat suits invade the Slope, an unwelcome curvy hotel is headed for West Village, Johan Santana's new digs, and more in our far-roving Neighborhood Watch!

Bloomberg Shows Tyra That He Too Can Be Fierce

Tyra and Bloomie pretend to plant trees in Chelsea, the broken playground in Union Square Park is creepy, and lesbian sightings are scarce in the Slope these days. That and more in our daily boroughs report.

Park Slope Child Gets Away With Crime, Rewarded With Appearance on ‘Colbert Report’

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Last night The Colbert Report got on the case of Natalie Shea, the 6-year-old Park Slope girl who was fined $300 by the city for defacing the sidewalk in front of her home with colored chalk last fall. "Graffiti is a crime, pure and simple," Councilman Peter Vallone Jr., apparently one of the last people on earth who hasn't heard of Colbert, tells the camera with stern seriousness. "Graffiti artists are punks." We have to say, when the camera cuts to giggling, gloating Natalie and her indulgent, Bobo parents, we don't entirely disagree: These people should be prosecuted! Click above to watch the video. Earlier: Sidewalk Chalking Is a Gateway Crime