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Korean fast food joint Garlic To the Chicken opens in Ridgewood [Ridgewood Social]
Vote for how your district spends $1 million on public projects this spring [Technically]
Artery turns Bushwick living rooms, laundromats into performance spaces [Bushwick Daily]
How to treat cab drivers, according to cab drivers [Vice]
10 lost or never built structures in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park [Untapped Cities]
Rolling Stone publisher drops plans to move to Dumbo [The Real Deal]
Pratt Institute warns students of FBI effort to build ‘relationships’ [DNAinfo]
Fugitive ‘serial scam artist’ landlord still ruining lives, tenants say [Gothamist]
You’ll soon be able to get Big Gay Ice Cream at your local bodega [TimeOut New York]
MTA’s $72M subway renovations will begin with three Brooklyn stations [Curbed]

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  1. Only 1 of those stations is in Bay Ridge (1 is Sunset Park, other, Park Slope).

    “The Prospect Avenue, Bay Ridge Avenue, and 53rd Street trains stations on the R line will each close for a six-month period to receive “extensive renovations” as part of the MTA and Governor Cuomo’s $72 million Enhanced Station Initiative. “

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