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  1. GREENPOINT: Thieves steal bikes across WilliamsburgRead the original story w/Photo

    May 18, 2016 | The Brooklyn Paper

    Some villain lifted a guy's ride from a where he had left it at a park on N. 12th Street on May 12. The guy came back to the green space at Union Avenue at around 6 pm and discovered it wasn't there any more, police said. Then on May 14 on May 1, a crook stole a man's bike from where locked up near N. Seventh Street.

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  2. City buys...Read the original story

    Mar 11, 2016 | The Brooklyn Paper

    The city has finally purchased a chunk of Williamsburg waterfront property on N. 12th Street it has for years promised to convert into green space as part of the long-awaited Bushwick Inlet Park - adding about six football fields of space to the park and taking a significant step towards the sprawling oasis' completion, say park advocates. "We're really excited," said Katherine Thompson of the Friends of Bushwick Inlet Park.

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  3. MUSIC: Beat goes on: Halcyon record shop moves to Williamsburg nightclubRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 12, 2016 | The Brooklyn Paper

    Beats and eats: Customers at Halcyon can also eat a slice of Roberta's pizza or sip a specialty shake at the store's new cafe. Techno clock: Employee and disc jockey Mary Yuzovskaya spins some records behind the decks at Halcyon's new store, located inside the Output nightclub.

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  4. March 19: Iss. 12Read the original story

    Mar 22, 2013 | The Brooklyn Paper

    The lowly falafel sandwich doesn't have the Brooklyn rep of the bagel or the pizza slice, but when it's done right it very well might be the borough's best cheap eat. Comments .

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  5. Unextinguished ember reignited, destroyed CitiStorageRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 3, 2016 | The Brooklyn Paper

    Two Williamsburg waterfront warehouses burned down last year after firefighters failed to extinguish burning embers from a smaller blaze there hours earlier, according to two long-awaited reports acquired by this paper. The reveal comes on the heels of a lawsuit that also alleges the Bravest made things worse by shutting off the water supply to the entire building after the first fire, so sprinklers were out of order when the fire reignited.

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  6. March 19: Iss. 12Read the original story

    Mar 22, 2013 | The Brooklyn Paper

    The lowly falafel sandwich doesn't have the Brooklyn rep of the bagel or the pizza slice, but when it's done right it very well might be the borough's best cheap eat. Comments .

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  7. EXCLUSIVE! FDNY report: Unextinguished ember reignited, destroyed CitiStorageRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 2, 2016 | The Brooklyn Paper

    Two Williamsburg waterfront warehouses burned down last year after firefighters failed to extinguish burning embers from a smaller blaze there hours earlier, according to two long-awaited reports acquired by this paper. The reveal comes on the heels of a lawsuit that claims the Bravest were also negligent by shutting off the water supply to the entire building after the first fire, so sprinklers were out of order when the fire reignited.

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  8. Two dead bodies pulled from Williamsburg waters this morningRead the original story

    Jan 27, 2016 | The Brooklyn Paper

    Authorities pulled the dead bodies of two women from Williamsburg waters within a few hours of each other on Wednesday morning. Police say they got word of the first woman in the East River near N. Fifth Street at around 7:45 am, and arrived to find the naked body of 50-year-old Williamsburger Haydee Rivera face down in the water.

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  9. Two dead bodies pulled from Williamsburg waters this morningRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 27, 2016 | The Brooklyn Paper

    Authorities pulled the dead bodies of two women from Williamsburg waters within a few hours of each other on Wednesday morning. Police say they got word of the first woman in the East River near N. Fifth Street at around 7:45 am, and arrived to find the naked body of 50-year-old Williamsburger Haydee Rivera face down in the water.

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  10. Changing Brooklyn: Brooklyn's resort town: Huge luxury hotels headed for Williamsburg in 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 28, 2015 | The Brooklyn Paper

    Hotel bloom: An as-yet warehouse in an industrial stretch of Williamsburg will become a gleaming hotel on top of retail and restaurant space, which will keep the current graffitied exterior. Three years after Williamsburg's Wythe Hotel ignited a boutique boarding-house boom in the neighborhood, a new wave of large, luxury hotels are set to hit the once-hipster 'hood starting in 2016.

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    Dec 11, 2015 | The Brooklyn Paper

    The santas will gather at the McCarren Park football fields near Bedford Avenue and N. 10th Street at 10 am before wandering between parties at watering holes between the park and N. Fourth Street - nightclub Verboten, music venue the Hall, event space Villain, and Mexican restaurant Viva Toro. At 4 pm, the Ain't Nicks plan to head to Manhattan.

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  12. Santacon will storm Williamsburg this SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 10, 2015 | The Brooklyn Paper

    The santas will gather at the McCarren Park football fields near Bedford Avenue and N. 10th Street at 10 am before wandering between parties at watering holes and event spaces between the park and N. Fourth Street - Verboten, the Hall, Villain, and Mexican restaurant Viva Toro - between 10 am and 4 pm, at which point the Ain't Nicks plan to head to Manhattan. The event has a sordid reputation as a fratty puke-fest that has many neighborhoods and nightlife venues dreading the sight of red velvet - the fake Kris Kringles had to cancel their plans to storm Bushwick last year after bars refused to host them .

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    Dec 10, 2015 | The Brooklyn Paper

    Grain crazy: The Brooklyn Bread Lab's massive 7,000 pound stone flour mill processes 400 pounds of grain in an hour. A Williamsburg baker is making his own flour via a massive stone mill and using it to create fresh loaves at his new Moore Street bakery.

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  14. Williamsburg bakery mills own flourRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 9, 2015 | The Brooklyn Paper

    Grain crazy: The Brooklyn Bread Lab's massive 7,000 pound stone flour mill processes 400 pounds of grain in an hour. A Williamsburg baker is making his own flour via a massive stone mill and using it to create fresh loaves at his new Moore Street bakery.

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    Nov 13, 2015 | The Brooklyn Paper

    What a view!: For his short film "An Empty State," screening on Nov. 19, director and actor Seth Canterbury climbed the Williamsburg Bridge on an early morning. Sole cityslicker: Seth Waterbury and his team had to wake up at the crack of dawn to get shots of an un-bustling city, and even then they were often spoiled.

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  16. The big empty: Short film envisions the last man in BrooklynRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 16, 2015 | The Brooklyn Paper

    What a view!: For his short film "An Empty State," screening on Nov. 19, director and actor Seth Canterbury climbed the Williamsburg Bridge on an early morning. Sole cityslicker: Seth Waterbury and his team had to wake up at the crack of dawn to get shots of an un-bustling city, and even then they were often spoiled.

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  17. Brooklyna s type: Literary prize to crown ultimate Kings County bookRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 15, 2015 | The Brooklyn Paper

    Bound for greatness: Ashley Mihlebach heads up the library's Brooklyn Eagles fiction prize committee, which will choose the book that best captures Brooklyn's spirit. A panel of local literary giants will name the two most Brooklyn-esque texts at the Brooklyn Public Library's Brooklyn Classic benefit party on Oct. 23. But before the ceremony for the literati, finalists for the new Brooklyn Eagles literary prize in non-fiction and fiction categories will read from their works at the Library's Central Branch on Oct. 20 and 22, respectively.

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  18. Brooklyn things in ParisRead the original story

    Sep 1, 2015 | The Brooklyn Paper

    The City of Love has developed a well documented crush on Brooklyn over the past few years - the burg now boasts neon Brooklyn Brewery signs on bars, a lauded fashion label named for the Jay-Z song "Brooklyn We Go Hard," at least two cafes and one bar named Brooklyn, plus a burger joint called Bedford that promises an authentic Brooklyn diner experience where you can "feel the cheddar smell." A pair of American immigrants recently opened a grocery co-operative called La Louve modeled on the famed Park Slope Food Co-op - though Parisians are less enthusiastic than Slopers about working at checkouts in their spare time, according to an Associated Press report .

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