Monday linkage

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Prospect Park is getting three new permanent food trucks, the war on NYC raccoons, noose found outside Brooklyn Public Library, and more.

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Track trash is about to get more expensive for straphangers, cars are now allowed back in Prospect Park following a summer-long exile.

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Borough President rejects condos in Crown Heights armory deal, turning a Greenpoint bar into a roadhouse and a Gowanus garage into a recording studio.

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Redlining's continued impact, calorie count enforcement postponed, glow-in-the-dark painting parties in Bushwick, Afropunk 2017 photos.

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Graduates of Rat Academy share their wisdom, Republican Brooklynite wants to end 5-cent container deposits, Sahadi's Syrian snack sourcing.

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How much is $4 to a Jenner, Cuomo concerned about reelection, Dunkin Donut gate in Bed-Stuy, rich tax could pay for subway repairs.

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How many extra calories will you burn in standing only subway cars, community gardens produce a lot of food, the perks of getting your MetroCard eaten.

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Baby pigeons are shockingly ugly, this rabid squirrel had a prolific biting rampage, Flushing Ave.'s J train station has reopened after decades.

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The N train doesn't feel like running in southern Brooklyn for awhile, Red Hook as race course, decades later and Bushwick's Broadway still struggling.

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The subway is having a data-supported negative impact of New Yorkers' job prospects, pedestrian lives lost less as cyclists' lost more, sharks in Coney.