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Bedbugs have been spotted on at least 14 subway cars in the past month — including Brooklyn’s N train — and a Bensonhurst assemblyman wants the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to  Read more

Roses are red, violets are blue, television can inspire high-brow art, too. Read more. Read more

Borough President Adams and Councilman Vincent Gentile have allocated money from their capital budgets to re-top the Ridge Boulevard library. Read more. Read more

The Cyclones got the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat all at once on Monday night when they beat the hated Staten Island Yankees but nevertheless saw their  Read more

The Cyclones are still in a dead heat with the Connecticut Tigers for the wildcard playoffs slot with one game left to play, but boy demolishing the hated Staten Island  Read more

It’s Labor Day, and you know what that means. Read more. Read more

A 62-year-old pedestrian died after he was struck by the driver of a sports utility vehicle in Midwood on Aug. 28, police said. Read more. Read more

Cops are searching for a creep who is groping women in Bensonhurst. Read more. Read more

The Cyclones are now tied with the Connecticut Tigers for the wildcard playoff berth after the Valleycats took out the brooms and swept Brooklyn on Saturday night. Read more. Read more

This week, the Screecher says you better stop watching the YouTube and start reading the Screecher! Read more. Read more

The Cyclones keep on slipping, slipping, slipping, into the future. They gave up a second straight game to the Valleycats, dropping their lead in the standings to just one game  Read more

The Cyclones lost but remained hanging onto their wildcard playoff slot by a thread as they tied the franchise-high of six errors in a game and created a new record  Read more

In a neighborhood full of yoga, one studio climbs high above the rest. Read more. Read more

A ’90s throwback theme night at MCU Park featured a live version of the decade’s popular “Double Dare” show, quintessentially ’90s prizes, and Nickelodeon star Kel Mitchell. Read more. Read more

It’s he-said, he-said in a Downtown shooting that each suspect says kicked off on Wednesday when the other tried to rob him. Read more. Read more

Youngsters took to the water at Brooklyn Bridge Park on Thursday, sailing boats made by a group of hardworking Red Hook kids. Read more. Read more

Protesters soured the taste of food-truck fare at a shindig held to show off the new art adorning the fences surrounding the Lightstone Group construction site, which they say is  Read more

Our drinking illustrator visits Uglyduckling in Cobble Hill, and finds its beer menu wanting in more ways than one. Read more. Read more

A corpse surfaced in the East River off the Navy Yard on Thursday morning, police said. Read more. Read more

There is a groper on the loose in Greenwood Heights and he’s targeting women outside the Prospect Avenue R station, cops said. Read more. Read more

The infamous B44 ticket blitz is a big step closer to getting fixed. Read more. Read more

The West Indian Day Parade, a karaoke birthday party for Michael Jackson, a live reading by BuzzFeed writers, and more things to do and see in Brooklyn, Aug. 29–Sept. 4.  Read more

Yep, we’ve done it. We’re comparing the Cyclones to the Yankees. Read more. Read more

Sometimes, ya gotta take one for the team! Read more. Read more

Pols and activists rallied to preserve the above-ground transfer from the Broadway G station to the Lorimer J and M station, which is set to disappear next week. Read more.  Read more

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