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CB6 welcomed four new members, including experts in commercial real estate and senior services.
Mario Cutrone's been making clothes in Corona since the 1960s.
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The Brooklyn Historic Railway Association wants to restore the tunnel, though the city deemed it unsafe.
The United Presbyterian Church operates a gym said to have once hosted Arnold Schwarzenegger.
A film company confirmed that it was behind the creepy Staten Island clown.
Vic Dibitetto said his video of the mysterious clown wasn't part of a promotional campaign.
A mysterious clown holding balloons has been seen on the streets of Staten Island.
"Graves of Arthur Kill" will have its first screening in Staten Island on April 2.
Members of CB3 failed to back the renaming of the intersection of Ludlow and Rivington streets.
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