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New Yorkers choose Spike Lee’s ‘Crooklyn’ to unite us [Gothamist]
Your money goes way farther upstate – 7 fireplaces farther [Brownstoner]
Poll: 52 percent of NYC voters say Confederate monuments should stay [DNAinfo]
Photos: This annual mustache competition in Coney [Brooklyn Paper]
Sale of Starrett City would benefit Trump [New York Times]
How redrawing borough lines redefined Bushwick & Ridgewood [Bushwick Daily]
Tab Media targets college students from W’burg office [New York Times]
From Coney to Greenpoint: NYC’s public baths [Untapped Cities]
BK DA still prosecuting low-level weed offenses, despite policy change [Gothamist]
Old Kosciuszko Bridge will be detonated this month (for real) [Brooklyn Paper]

$2,300/month for a three-bedroom “permanently lit by strobe light!!!! No floor.” and other relatably extreme housing situations.

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