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36-year-old Bushwick garden razed, sold to developer to usher in ‘new era’ [DNAinfo]
The top 10 secrets of Downtown Brooklyn [Untapped Cities]
Cuomo declares a state of emergency for subway [New York Times]
Raven tears beating heart out of pigeon on subway platform [Gothamist]
The man behind New York’s one-stop elopment shop [Narratively]
Bedford-Union Armory redevelopment voted down by Crown Heights board [DNAinfo]
Watching and lamenting the death of the New York diner [Grub Street]
Timeline: A history of NYC train derailments [DNAinfo]
Overcrowding is not the New York subway’s problem [CityLab]
The entrepreneurial history of NYC’s Nuts4Nuts carts [Untapped Cities]

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