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Gotham’s gentrification by the numbers [CityLab]
Red Hook women’s bike race sees a dozen cyclist pileup [Gothamist]
Long-empty Bushwick lot by graveyards to become self-storage facility [Brownstoner]
Bryant Park is throwing an all-you-can-eat ice cream party in June [TimeOut]
The Buildings Department mapped all 280 miles of NYC’s scaffolding [New York Times]
Your ultimate North Brooklyn Derby Day guide [Greenpointers]
Squirrel killed for giving local a ‘dirty look’ [PIX11]
High avocado prices are the fault of Brooklyn hipsters [Market Watch]
Williamsburg’s 12-year-old Roebling Tea Room is closing [Gothamist]
Park Slope principal accused of being a Communist [New York Times]

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