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The swarm was removed from 85 Broad Street Tuesday afternoon.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The installation will be open outside Metro-Tech in Downtown Brooklyn this Thursday and Friday.

Parkchester »

Retired Det. Anthony Planakis had choice words for his former department Thursday.

Midtown »

Apparently bicycle handlebars are the new beehive.

Long Island City »

Tenants began moving into the first of the two affordable buildings last week.

Flushing »

A museum offers a crash course about bees, honey and beekeeping. 

Claremont »

The Osborne Association is using beekeeping to help train former inmates at the Bronx site.

Elmhurst »

Anthony Planakis and apiarist Larry Stone teamed up to remove 50,000 bees from an Elmhurst apartment.

Upper West Side »

Police said they cleared the park before spraying an insecticide to kill the bees.

Civic Center »

Anthony Planakis, 52, retired after 20 years corralling hornets and honeybees for the NYPD.

Fort Greene »

The bee swarm was found outside 267 Waverly Ave. on Friday.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The bees were humanely removed and will be transported to an apiary in upstate New York.

Upper West Side »

Police moved the insects from the West 72nd Street tree.

Astoria »

Anthony Planakis, the NYPD's resident bee-catcher, estimates there were between 30,000 to 36,000 bees.