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Show of Support For East Bay Deli Owner Who Promoted ‘Send Her Back’  NBC Bay Area

There was a big show of support Tuesday for a Contra Costa County deli owner who came under fire for a controversial, and some say hateful, promotion.

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Show of Support For East Bay Deli Owner Who Promoted ‘Send Her Back’  NBC Bay Area

There was a big show of support Tuesday for a Contra Costa County deli owner who came under fire for a controversial, and some say hateful, promotion.

“Brooklyn Restaurants” – Google News

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1. New York and Brooklyn from Michael_Novakhov (111 sites): BKLYNER: Brooklyn Businesses and Restaurants Impacted by Blackout

Brooklyn businesses scrambled this week as they dealt with the impact of the blackout initiated by Con Edison. “Due to heat, about 14,000 customers in Brooklyn have been taken out of service for repairs. Service restored through today,” Con Edison promised yesterday. Not everyone was back to normal on Tuesday. The intentional outage has gained criticism […]

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Brooklyn Businesses and Restaurants Impacted by Blackout  BKLYNER

Brooklyn businesses scrambled this week as they dealt with the impact of the blackout initiated by Con Edison. “Due to heat, about 14,000 customers in Brooklyn …

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1. New York and Brooklyn from Michael_Novakhov (111 sites): Brooklyn Based: 10 Hours in…the Rockaways

Photo: Antonio De Pietro

One of the best things about summer in the city is that you can take the subway to the beach. That never ceases to amaze me. You could get off work, decide to go to the beach and just stay on the subway until the last stop, and, bam!, you’ll feel the sand between your toes. But if you want to find a beach that isn’t full of masses of sweating city folk, the Rockaways is your best bet. It’s a little less direct. You have to take a subway to a bus, or drive a car, or ride a bike, or else you can take a ferry. On weekends, the American Princess ferry goes express to Jacob Riis Beach from Pier 11 in Manhattan $15 each way. 

The Rockaways is less crowded and has a cooler vibe than Coney Island; it was immortalized by the Ramones and current residents include Patti Smith. Rumor has it, Jacob Riis (aka “the people’s beach” and Fort Tilden next door are the city’s only nudist beaches.) It can sometimes feel like a skit about “When Brooklyn cool kids hit the beach,” but look past all the Influencers in straw hats, and it is definitely worth the trip. There are spacious boardwalks, great concession food options, whale watching (!) and camping on the beach. It’s the perfect family-friendly staycation—whether you choose to take your children or your multigenerational extended fam.

 

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10:00 am: Brunch at the Beach Bazaar 

You’ve made it to the beach! Before touching down on the beach, I recommend filling up your stomach before getting too sandy. Beach Bazaar 9 has great food options, including Cuisine by Claudette, a companion concession stand to the well-known health-conscious cafe in Far Rockaway. Here, you can indulge in light fare that won’t fill your bikini up too much: choose from a selection of cauliflower rice bowls ($15), a falafel bowl ($15) or salads ($5). Also, you can get an iced coffee to perk yourself up. Sit at the tables in front of the concession for great people watching, and an unparalleled view of the ocean. Cuisine by Claudette Concession Stand, Riis Park Beach Bazaar, Bay 9 East, Rockaways.  

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11:00 am: Explore Fort Tilden

It’s a myth that you need to wait 30 minutes after eating to swim! So, go ahead, jump in the water if you want to. You could stay here at the beach and body surf for an hour or so, or you could make your way down the boardwalk towards Fort Tilden, a former U.S. Army base right on the beach. If it’s not too hot, you can wander around the pathways, exploring the abandoned military bunkers, peep some great graffiti, or take advantage of the less crowded beaches over here. (There are even rumors of a nude beach, but I’ve never seen it.) Make sure you climb to the top of one of the lookouts for a spectacular view. Note that this is about a 20-minute walk, so you won’t have too much time to explore if you plan to do the next item on this itinerary, but it is a picturesque area with lots to see. Pro tip: There is poison ivy around Fort Tilden so take care before you go bushwacking through any overgrowth; it’s safer to stay on the paths.

 

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1:00 pm: Whale Watching 

At this point you might be in heavy chillax mode, you’ve caught some waves, you’re sprawled out on a towel and you’ve cracked your summer read. Time to pack up though if you want to make the boat! The American Princess Whale Watching cruise sets sail at 1 pm, and even if you have a reservation, they will not wait for you. If you were driving, they would recommend getting there an hour early, but even from the beach, you’re going to want to allow yourself plenty of time. We’ve reviewed the entire whale watching experience here, and suffice to say that it is not a “chill” experience, although it is a unique and somewhat magical one. The whales have returned to New York Harbor and you are basically guaranteed to see one, as well as dolphin and rays with the beautiful backdrop of the Manhattan skyline. Pro tip: You could theoretically take this boat right from Manhattan, and stay on it for the four-hour Whale Watching cruise, depending on your tolerance for getting seasick. American Princess Whale Watching and Dolphin Adventure Cruise, leaves from Riis Landing, $52 adult, $35 child.

 

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5:30 pm: Check Into the Glampground

You’re back on land, possibly feeling a little worse for the wear from the churning waters in the deep ocean. Possibly feeling hyped up from all the sea world show you witnessed. Either way, checking in to Camp Rockaway will psych you up. Tucked behind the Jacob Riis Bathhouse (a bit further down the beach) is a hidden campground right on the sand, each tent complete with queen size Caspar mattresses, Parachute sheets, and solar-powered fans. Check out our full review of the camp experience here, but in short, it is the perfect medium between getting close to nature and pure comfort. (Another option is to Airbnb a houseboat at Marina 59.) Check out your tent, drop off your beach towel and toothbrush, meet with Kent Johnson, the owner, say howdy to the group barbecuing at the bonfire, and then think about dinner. When you come back you can sit by the water until late cooking s’mores, play board games in your tent, or just watch the sky for shooting stars. In the morning, you’ll wake early (because of the sun) and have “the people’s beach” all to yourself. This is a must for your summer bucket list. Camp Rockaway, Jacob Riis Park, 157 Rockaway Beach Blvd, Rockaway Park. Reserve a two-person tent for $249/ night on weekends and $195/night on weeknights.

6:00 pm: Dinner Time

If you prefer to stay local, you can ramp up the beach vibes on Friday nights with a $30 full lobster dinner at Rockaway Clam Bar concession, part of Riis Park Beach Bazaar on the boardwalk. There will be music, surf, and fresh crustaceans to eat at the picnic tables. (Make sure to reserve your lobster earlier in the day, or week, for this option.) Also, on Fridays, you can join the National Park Service at Wise Clock at Jacob Riis Beach for a campfire with s’mores and a singalong. Or maybe you have sunstroke from being on a boat all day, and you’d rather escape to some AC. Take an Uber to the other side of the peninsula for a local’s favorite, Whit’s End. Outside you might find a man outside scaling fish and inside you’ll definitely some delicious wood-fired pizza. I’d recommend a sausage and clam pizza with a farm salad described as having “lots of fresh farm shit” on the menu. There’s taxidermy on the wall, rolls of paper towels on the table and a neighborhood vibe amongst the patrons, who on the night we visited included a man with a Ramones t-shirt and a dyed green beard. Maybe there will be a jazz band playing, as we also encountered. The lead singer looked like a version of Flea from the Red Hot Chili Peppers if he had been left in the sun for a decade, and summed up the atmosphere succinctly when he yelled, “You have found the one place in the Rockaways without screaming, obnoxious people!” Afterward, head down the street to Connelly’s, an old school Irish bar, known for delicious frozen drinks served in Styrofoam cups. Nothing says summer like a Pina Colada.

 

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8:00 pm: Drinks and S’Mores

Take your return Uber back to the camp. There are still hours left before the Bathhouse concessions close at 10 pm, so pull up a barstool and have another drink. Have a sweet tooth? Get a package of s’mores from Camp Rockaway to roast over their open fire. Wander along the beach, go for a night swim, or just curl up in your tent to read. After all, you’re on vacation, you can do whatever you want. Quiet time in the Campground is at 10 pm, and by then you’ll be ready to zip up the flaps of the tent and get some rest. The surf will be calling your name bright and early in the morning. 

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1. New York and Brooklyn from Michael_Novakhov (111 sites): Brooklyn Eagle: After the rain, the reckoning: Park Slopers check the damage after a 40-minute flood

The epic, lightning-quick flooding of Carroll Street and Fourth Avenue in Park Slope Monday evening totaled cars, seeped into residents’ homes and business owners’ basements and left one Park Sloper wading through feet of water to make sure her dog was safe in her first-floor apartment.

All in all, residents said, the intersection is ill-prepared for major rainstorms, with one man saying that Monday night’s storm hit the neighborhood “worse than Sandy.” Numerous residents told the Brooklyn Eagle that they heard the flooding — which happened in about a half an hour and was gone after about 10 minutes — was caused by construction debris getting caught in the sewer drains. Windows of cars that were still parked on the street were still foggy from all the water in the vehicles Tuesday morning.

The Department of Environmental Protection did not immediately respond to requests for information about blocked drains.

When Amanda Denesha returned home Monday night, water was up to her waist. She needed to get into her first-floor apartment on Carroll Street, because her dog was inside and she was afraid he would drown or get electrocuted. She waded through the water to get into her home.

“I had to save my fur baby,” Denesha said. Denesha and her boyfriend had to throw away their carpet, bleach their floors — and they still don’t have hot water.

Video courtesy of Amanda Denesha.

Around the corner, on Fourth Avenue, Eunice Lee was in her apartment when the flash flood began. She resigned herself to it and watched as her Prius below was trounced with rain — and became an immediate Twitter sensation.

“It was kind of funny, because we couldn’t do anything at that point,” Lee told the Brooklyn Eagle. “When you can’t do anything you just take it in and wait,” she said. She was frustrated by the city’s lack of preparation for the flooding.

“This happens all the time and they know it’s a problem,” she said. Lee is waiting before she tries to turn on her car, hoping there is no damage to the engine.

Video courtesy of Eunice Lee.

Her husband, Jason Rivera, said he thought the rare parking spot he found Monday right outside their apartment building was a blessing.

“We came from Jersey and it was the perfect parking spot right in front of our house,” he said.

Eunice Lee took photos of her Prius parked on Fourth Avenue from her fourth floor apartment. Photo courtesy of Eunice Lee
Eunice Lee took photos of her Prius parked on Fourth Avenue from her fourth floor apartment. Photo courtesy of Eunice Lee

Just north on Fourth Avenue, Liam O’Brien, a part owner of a new bar called Gowns Gardens, assessed the damage Tuesday morning.

“We got flooded. Our basement is still a little floody. We’re hoping our floors didn’t get too f-cked up,” he said.

Liam O'Brien looks at his new bar. He believes they will have to delay the bar's opening due to water damage to the floors. Eagle photo by Noah Goldberg
Liam O’Brien looks at his new bar. He believes they will have to delay the bar’s opening due to water damage to the floors. Eagle photo by Noah Goldberg

O’Brien said sanitation workers told him that construction debris caused the flooding. O’Brien’s bar — which he co-owns with his mother — was set to open Aug. 5, but he said they’d be pushing it back a week or two due to the flooding.

Video courtesy of Todd St. Croix.

Catherine Flaherty was with her husband Thomas in Park Slope from North Carolina visiting their daughter.

“I saw it on TV but didn’t realize our car would be in the flooding,” she said. Thomas Flaherty spent much of Tuesday morning using a bucket to bail water out of his BMW, which he believes is totaled.

The lobby of Eunice Lee's building on Fourth Avenue near Carroll Street. Photo courtesy of Eunice Lee
The lobby of Eunice Lee’s building on Fourth Avenue near Carroll Street. Photo courtesy of Eunice Lee

“They’re probably going to tow it because it’s probably totaled cause of the water damage,” he said. Flaherty said he started the car, but it began to smoke. He’s not mad though. He’s taking it in stride.

“I got a problem and I have to deal with it. That’s what life is,” he said.

The New York City Department of Small Business Services said it had not received any requests for assistance from small businesses due to the flooding. Businesses can contact @NYC_SBS on Twitter or call 311 for assistance.

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1. New York and Brooklyn from Michael_Novakhov (111 sites): Brooklyn Eagle: Brooklyn leads the city in requests for NYPD body camera footage

Brooklyn has not only consistently produced more complaints of police misconduct than any other borough — it also leads the city in requests for footage from body-worn camera footage.

The Civilian Complaint Review Board released a report earlier this month showing that the NYPD has failed to meet requests for release of body-worn camera footage in cases of alleged misconduct.

“It does a disservice for the entire body-worn camera program to lag behind and not make this footage public,” said the CCRB’s chairperson Frederick Davie. He stressed the footage needed to be released so “we can carry out our mandate that the charter of the city of New York has given us.”

The CCRB, an independent body that investigates allegations of police misconduct, reported that roughly a third of all requests for body camera footage since 2018 came out of Brooklyn.

Nearly 788 requests for body camera footage have gone unmet this year, and more than half of those requests are more than 30 days old.

In Brooklyn, nearly 1,500 requests for footage have been made since 2018.

According to the watchdog agency, Brooklyn has led the city in complaints of police misconduct since 2006. A large component of this disparity lies in the 75th precinct in East New York and Cypress Hills, which has led Brooklyn in complaints in every month of this year.

In the first 6 months of this year, the 75th precinct received 135 complaints, the only precinct in Brooklyn with more than 100 complaints of police misconduct.

The 75th Precinct also saw the most lawsuits against police officers citywide between January 2015 and June 2018, the Brooklyn Eagle previously reported — its cops were sued 94 times, more than twice that of the next-most-sued precinct

The CCRB was unable to identify exactly which precincts have the highest number of backlogged requests for body camera footage. However, the high concentration of complaints in southeast Brooklyn likely means it’s also disproportionately represented in the backlog of body cam footage requests.

“The current level at which we’re receiving the footage is unacceptable,” said Davie. “This is an opportunity for the NYPD to get it right.”

When the CCRB has been able to obtain body camera footage in an instance of police misconduct, they have been much more successful in identifying the offending officer.

In 2015, 22 percent of fully investigated complaints were closed as “officer unidentified.” Thus far in 2019, that figure is down to 17 percent and is expected to continue declining.

Sgt. Mary Frances O’Donnell told the Brooklyn Eagle earlier this month that the NYPD has “assigned additional personnel to the legal unit to address the backlog of requests.”

The NYPD was not able to provide details on the number of new members of this team, or the increase in resources being used to tackle the backlog.

“Even if there are legitimate reasons for the release of footage to be this slow, it only serves to increase suspicion that there is something to hide,” said Davie.

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Brooklyn Food from Michael_Novakhov (10 sites): “Brooklyn Restaurants” – Google News: Restaurant Chain Growth Report 07/23/19 – RestaurantNewsRelease.com

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Michael Novakhov on Twitter from Michael_Novakhov (4 sites): mikenov on Twitter: #PuertoRico: prnewslinks.blogspot.com/2019/07/jibaro… #Jibaros: #GoHome and take all these pennies that #Trump threw to you and your leaders! The #PeopleOfPuertoRico might be “#angry” but they are also #stupid, in this particular instance: #STUPIDO!!! #FBI pic.twitter.com/NHmb7BsVR7

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The Brooklyn News: Michael Novakhov on Twitter from Michael_Novakhov (4 sites): mikenov on Twitter: #PuertoRico: prnewslinks.blogspot.com/2019/07/jibaro… #Jibaros: #GoHome and take all these pennies that #Trump threw to you and your leaders! The #PeopleOfPuertoRico might be “#angry” but they are also #stupid, in this particular instance: #STUPIDO!!! #FBI pic.twitter.com/NHmb7BsVR7

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#Jibaros: #GoHome and take all these pennies that #Trump threw to you and your leaders!

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The Brooklyn News: Michael Novakhov on Twitter from Michael_Novakhov (4 sites): mikenov on Twitter: #PuertoRico: prnewslinks.blogspot.com/2019/07/jibaro… #Jibaros: #GoHome and take all these pennies that #Trump threw to you and your leaders! The #PeopleOfPuertoRico might be “#angry” but they are also #stupid, in this particular instance: #STUPIDO!!! #FBI pic.twitter.com/bNraPx1Axi

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#Jibaros: #GoHome and take all these pennies that #Trump threw to you and your leaders!

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#STUPIDO!!!

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#PuertoRico:

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#Jibaros: #GoHome and take all these pennies that #Trump threw to you and your leaders!

The #PeopleOfPuertoRico might be “#angry” but they are also #stupid, in this particular instance:

#STUPIDO!!!

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