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Dog Run for Small-Breed Pups May Open in Inwood Hill Park, Pet Group Says

The new area will be added to Homer's Run in the coming months, community leaders said.

Bed-Stuy »

12 Things to Do in Your Brooklyn Neighborhood This Weekend

From the new Smorgasburg location to a Spike Lee block party, there's plenty going on in Brooklyn.

Long Island City »

24-Hour Dog Run Opens in Pup-Friendly Hunters Point

The new dog park has benches, a doggie water fountain and a poop bag dispenser.

Williamsburg »

Williamsburg Circus-Arts Space to Undergo $3.1M Renovation

STREB's North First Street space will get a new glass facade and interior upgrades. 

Park Slope »

How to Go Camping for Free in Prospect Park

Enter a lottery Sept. 9 for a chance to go camping in Brooklyn's backyard.

West Village »

Man Masturbated Near Children In Hudson River Park, Police Say

The man was arrested after masturbating for nearly 30 minutes by the river, police said.

East Elmhurst »

City Launching $47M Clean-Up To End Rotten Egg Smell Near LaGuardia

Nearly 17 acres of stinky sludge beneath Flushing Bay will be dredged to remove odor.

Upper West Side »

This Summer's Best Sunsets as Seen From Upper West Side

As the summer winds down, it's time to look back at the splash of neon colors that lit up the sky.

New Dorp »

Before Battle of Brooklyn, Invasion Started in Staten Island

In August 1776, as many as 32,000 British troops camped near New Dorp and Old Town.

Kips Bay »

VA Hospital's Flood Wall Work Tears Up Part of New Kips Bay Playground

Construction on a hospital flood wall has locked neighbors out of part of the new Asser Levy Playground.

Greenwich Village »

NYU Opponents Undeterred By Loss In Court

Anti-NYU activists are planning a rally with students and faculty from Cooper Union and the New School.

Inwood »

Dog Poop Digester Could Be Clean Solution for all That Mess

The city's former recycling czar is proposing a program that would convert dog poop into clean energy.

Nolita »

City Moving Forward With Affordable Housing at Elizabeth Street Garden

The city applied for funding to build affordable housing on the site of the Elizabeth Street Garden.

Navy Yard »

PHOTOS: Brooklyn Rocks Out at Afropunk Fest

Afropunk 2015 wove together ethnic traditions and straight-up punk.

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