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Myrtle Ave. shopkeepers promote inclusivity with new campaign [Brooklyn Paper]
‘Sick’ raccoon euthanized after police corral it in Clinton Hill [DNAinfo]
Can you believe NYers are NOT obeying those instructional subway arrow mats? [Gothamist]
W’burg bar Videology sues landlord to prevent eviction [The Real Deal]
Bed-Stuy playground to finally be named after Notorious B.I.G. [NY Daily News]
As food halls rise, is the end of mom & pop shop dining nigh? [Food Republic]
Is it time to rejoice when Trader Joe’s hits your neighborhood? [Brick Underground]
Pigging out in Williamsburg at the new all-bacon restaurant [Gothamist]
Make Bushwick Inlet Park a feral cat sanctuary, local feline fanciers say [DNAinfo]
Inside the secret Greenpoint ‘farm’ where Adidas is creating the future [Business Insider]

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