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Off the rails! Q train derails in Brighton Beach during morning rush hour Friday

Another big win for tenants in 421-g rent-regulation fight | DOWNTOWN EXPRESS

Doubt It

PETA fronts $5,000 for the wherabouts of stolen Bayside tortoise

Arcade Fire Has A Secret Album Release Show In Brooklyn Next Week

17 MS-13 Gang Members Arrested for Brutal Slayings on Long Island

Wills facing jail time for stealing public funds

Harvey Dinnerstein, the Artist With Thirsty Eyes

How To Balance A Craving For Nicotine With Building Up Your Cardio - Brooklyn Magazine

Judge: Pier 6 towers’ construction can proceed, but won’t influence ruling

Clones win again for three in a row!

Moving music: Cabaret singer’s ode to relocation

Lady smashes window, tries to jump, before subdued by cops

Five things to do in Brooklyn, June 23–29

Petition drive seeks to bring city’s bicycle-rental scheme to Bay Ridge

Squeak thief! Rodent stole woman’s mail for two months, exterminator says

Perplexing protest: Locals wonder who’s not happy about landmark deal

Packing pints: B’Burg bar serves alcoholic, brew-infused ice cream

Champion long-distance runner looks back on career

Commission finds transgender discrimination in substance abuse centers

Bay Ridge does it in the road

CB7 did not condemn Katz

Queens Arts Calendar

Astoria native fronts rock-and-roll group Toy Animals

Empire State of Mind: Isner joins WTT in Flushing

Helping Hands

Jim Henson Exhibition opens at Museum of Moving Image

Electeds urge Cuomo to sign bill addressing lead paint on No. 7 train

City Hall officials tour S&L Aerospace in College Point

Fourth suspect in Jamaica gang assault identified

Avella, civic leaders demand replacement of Clearview foot bridges

Jamaica receives $10M for downtown revitalization

Morris Street Pedestrian Bridge closes on Monday | DOWNTOWN EXPRESS

USDA Approves Release of GM Moths in New York

Wills found guilty of five counts of corruption

Vlogger mayhem ‘worse than Supreme,’ locals say | The Villager Newspaper

Affordable housing fight is also focusing on recovering units | The Villager Newspaper

Windows into the past, ghost signs are faded memories of Village | The Villager Newspaper

Starbucks outrage boils over on Avenue A | The Villager Newspaper

Second assailant in D’aja Robinson murder sentenced

Just in case, health advocates return to Capitol | The Villager Newspaper

Freeze shop evictions: Advocates and candidates | The Villager Newspaper

Police Blotter, Week of July 20, 2017 | The Villager Newspaper

Protesters can make an impact and have fun, too | The Villager Newspaper

Letters to The Editor, Week of July 20, 2017 | The Villager Newspaper

Scoopy’s Notebook, Week of July 20, 2017 | The Villager Newspaper

Brooklyn's Best New Bars

Play’s Vision of Integrated Infantry Casts Women Who Saw Combat | DOWNTOWN EXPRESS

Play’s Vision of Integrated Infantry Casts Women Who Saw Combat | The Villager Newspaper

New York Hall of Science exhibit explores how artistic depictions of female robots have evolved over the decades

Get In My Belly: Brooklyn Has An All-Pork Omakase

Just In Case, Health Advocates Return to Capitol Hill

Twenty-five reasons I love traveling with my son

Cyclones win, take two of three from first-place Yanks

Police Blotter: Week of July 20 | DOWNTOWN EXPRESS

Transit Sam: Week of July 20, 2017 | DOWNTOWN EXPRESS

Making Greenpoint greener: Local group hosts afternoon of park beautifying, tree education

Jokes and junk: Female comics quip about their bits

‘Crowning’ achievement: Deal brings 600 rent-regulated units to Heights

Ferry tale of Dumbo

Packing pints: B’Burg bar serves alcoholic, brew-infused ice cream

New bill holds NYPD accountable on fare evasion targets

Mixed grades for de Blasio’s first term

De Blasio talks face-to-face with constutuents at Borough Hall

African spurred tortoise stolen from Alley Pond Environmental Center

Mobile payment system comes to borough’s muni-meters

City to bolster arts funding with comprehensive cultural plan

Ridgewood landlord tipped ICE: City agency

New York Hall of Science exhibit explores how artistic depictions of female robots have evolved over the decades

Cuomo advances JFK redevelopment plan while one Queens lawmaker wants more

Take a seat: Clones honor long-time fan at MCU

Jokes and junk: Female comics quip about their bits

Deja vu: Slope’s oldest yoga studio is back

Ferry tale of Dumbo

Discount dacha: Mill Basin mansion with Russian oligarch ties just won’t sell

Fund the police! Charity softball game held on NYPD Appreciation Night

Welcome mat squared for twod Kearney High members

The next generation of advocates

Citi Bike in the Ridge? Petition drive seeks to bring bike-rental scheme to nabe

‘Jars’ creator defies containment | The Villager Newspaper

Linda Lavin’s fine ‘Farewell’ returns to Birdland | The Villager Newspaper

Gaming fest makes a play for change | The Villager Newspaper

Linda Lavin’s Fine ‘Farewell’ Returns to Birdland | DOWNTOWN EXPRESS

‘Jars’ Creator Defies Containment | DOWNTOWN EXPRESS

Play’s Vision of Integrated Infantry Casts Women Who Saw Combat

B-Ballers Back to Sinking Baskets at Renovated Court

Gail Borden Chisholm, 62, Vintage Poster Dealer

Steps to Safer Streets Sought After Deaths of Chelsea Cyclists

Gaming Fest Makes a Play for Change | DOWNTOWN EXPRESS

Not Repealed, Not Replaced

Group of mothers helps find missing girl in Newark

Gaming Fest Makes a Play for Change

Linda Lavin’s Fine ‘Farewell’ Returns to Birdland

Police Blotter: Week of July 20, 2017

Community Activities: Week of July 20, 2017

‘Jars’ Creator Defies Containment

Gamby: Don’t blame Fonzie for horrible Cyclones season

Lululemon Will Open In Williamsburg This Week

Intruder swipes sleeping woman’s laptop from Carroll Street home

CD Review: 'Duo Cantando'