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Jimmy Kimmel Cancels First Brooklyn Show Because of Hurricane Sandy

Jimmy Kimmel canceled plans to host his show live from the Brooklyn Academy of Music Monday night.

New York City »

Hurricane Sandy Playlists Flood Social Media

Hurricane Sandy playlists are flooding social media channels like Facebook, Twitter and Spotify.

Brooklyn Heights »

Lena Dunham Apologizes for Offensive Canadian Tweets

Lena Dunham apologized for tweeting about dressing up as Canadian serial killers for Halloween.

Greenpoint »

Famous Lost Chihuaha Spotted in Canarsie

The lost Greenpoint pup featured on TV led a Canarsie resident to claim she saw the dog.

Mott Haven »

Bronx Chickens Get on Twitter to Spread Healthy Food Message

A group of chickens at a volunteer-run coop in Mott Haven have their own social media presence.

Midtown »

Social Media Flooded With Posts About Empire State Building Shooting

Social media outlets like Twitter, Facebook and Instagram were flooded with posts about the shooting.

Flushing »

Escaped Queens Peacock Lands on Twitter

A parody Twitter account for the escaped Queens peacock has popped up on the Internet.

New York City »

Social Media: How to Talk to Your Kids About the Web

Experts offer advice for helping kids stay safe on the Internet.

Times Square & Theater District »

Twitter to Give NYPD Info on User Who Threatened Broadway 'Batman' Attack

Twitter said it would turn over information on a user who claimed he would attack a Broadway theater.

Times Square & Theater District »

Cops to Subpoena Twitter After Threat of 'Batman'-Style Attack on Broadway

The NYPD plans to subpoena Twitter to identify a user who sent threats against a Broadway theater.

Forest Hills »

Wafels & Dinges to Make Regular Stops in Forest Hills

The popular waffle food truck debuted on 71st Avenue to much fanfare on July 22.

New York City »

Internet-Savvy Bloomberg Warns of Dangers of the Web

From porn to cheating, Mayor Bloomberg warned of the dangers of the Internet.

Bed-Stuy »

Central Brooklyn Organizers Mine Citizen Journalism for Photo A Day Project

Brooklyn Movement Center solicits a photo a day in Crown Heights this July.

New York City »

NBA to Investigate Amar'e Stoudemire's Gay Slur on Twitter

Amar'e Stoudemire reportedly called a fan a gay slur on Twitter.

Flushing »

Mets Quiet Section Proposed to Help Autistic Children

The Mets said that the "quiet zone" idea was meant to help kids with autism enjoy games at Citi Field.

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