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A high-profile cabby advocate whose wife needs the city’s OK for a women-only livery service admitted to The Post on Monday that he raised campaign cash for Mayor de Blasio  Read more

Bastille Day on Smith Street. Photo: MK Metz - Bastille Day 2016: Brooklyn’s Smith Street preps for its annual French invasion. [Brooklyn Eagle]- Check out the huge shark caught this weekend  Read more

A burglar broke into a Boerum Hill deli via its basement and made off with cigarettes and cash on June 4, according to a police report. Read more. Read more

Brooklyn Police have released new surveillance footage of a man who tried to snatch a woman’s purse in Sunset Park, authorities said. The suspect followed the 21-year-old woman as she  Read more

Brooklyn Police have released new surveillance footage of a man who tried to snatch a woman’s purse in Sunset Park, authorities said. The suspect followed the 21-year-old woman as she  Read more

A Brighton Beach mosque welcomed more than a dozen police officers, including NYPD Deputy Chief Charles Scholl, Thursday night to break bread during the holy month of Ramadan. “It’s always  Read more

Construction on the Coney Island Amphitheater barely made it to the finish line to host thousands of concert-goers Saturday for its first show with Ziggy Marley. The venue was issued  Read more

  Leasing a new car isn’t exactly known for being an easy process, but eAutoLease isn’t like other companies. Not only do they make the experience quick and hassle-free, you  Read more

More than 7,000 fans packed into MCU Park on June 26 to catch Jose Reyes in his first game with the Brooklyn Cyclones after the Rockies dropped him for allegedly  Read more

Intrepid anglers hauled more than a dozen toothy trophies into Sheepshead Bay this Saturday during Stella Maris’ annual shark fishing tournament. The boats, which included a mix of chartered and  Read more

UPDATED, June 27, 7:21 p.m.: F&T Group filed plans Monday for 14-story office building in Flushing. The new building at 37-12 Prince Street will feature 70,000 square feet of office  Read more

New digs, new menu.

A sign of the times: Carroll Gardens neighborhood favorite Bergen Hill has moved to Manhattan’s Cooper Square, because owners Ravi DeRossi (of Death & Co, among other  Read more

New digs, new menu.

A sign of the times: Carroll Gardens neighborhood favorite Bergen Hill has moved to Manhattan’s Cooper Square, because owners Ravi DeRossi (of Death & Co, among other  Read more

Lots to do in southern Brooklyn this week. Don’t miss the Cyclones game this Saturday, when one of our editors will throw out the first pitch! There’s also trivia night,  Read more

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