1. New York and Brooklyn from Michael_Novakhov (111 sites): BrooklynVegan: The Fest reveals schedule for 2019 edition

Including sets from Against Me!, Stiff Little Fingers, the reunited Jawbox AND Jawbreaker, Less Than Jake, AJJ, Screaming Females, War on Women, Torche, Tim Barry, Off With Their Heads, Mariachi el Bronx, and many more.

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1. New York and Brooklyn from Michael_Novakhov (111 sites): BKLYNER: Borough President Adams Calls Third Party Transfer Program ‘Racist’

BOROUGH Hall — Borough President Eric Adams on Thursday said the city’s implementation of a controversial property transfer program is “racist,” and that the city’s taking homes away from black and brown homeowners is “intentional.” “What they’re doing to black and brown property owners is malfeasant at best,” he said at a press conference at […]

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1. New York and Brooklyn from Michael_Novakhov (111 sites): BKLYNER: The Great Dog Wash: Fundraiser For Sean Casey Animal Rescue

WINDSOR TERRACE: Get your dirty doggie cleaned up while helping to support Sean Casey Animal Rescue this weekend at Brooklyn Bark’s 7th Annual Great Dog Wash fundraiser. Brooklyn Bark staff members will bathe dogs to raise money to go toward repairing Sean Casey Rescue’s adoption van which the group uses to transport dogs and cats looking for furever homes. The […]

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1. New York and Brooklyn from Michael_Novakhov (111 sites): News 12 – Home: Syria says it agrees to cease-fire in rebel stronghold

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has authorized an investigation into attacks on health facilities and schools in Syria’s last major rebel-held stronghold following a petition from 10 members of the U.N. Security Council, the UN said Thursday.

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1. New York and Brooklyn from Michael_Novakhov (111 sites): News 12 – Home: Republicans want Capital One, Amazon to explain data breach

Republicans on the House Oversight and Reform Committee want Capital One and Amazon to explain to Congress how a hacker accessed the personal information from more than 100 million Capital One credit applications.

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1. New York and Brooklyn from Michael_Novakhov (111 sites): Brooklyn Eagle: These beetles are responsible for wiping out more than 24k city trees

Cadman Plaza Park in Downtown Brooklyn is filled with shady London plane trees. New York City and the state hope to keep it that way.

Inspectors from the United States Department of Agriculture climbed over fences and combed through bushes on Thursday, binoculars in hand, to inspect the trees for Asian longhorned beetles, the scourge of city trees.

The USDA believes the speckled insect, about the size of a waterbug with antennae as long as its body, has wiped out more than 24,000 New York trees — and 180,000 nationwide — since it first reached Brooklyn’s shores in 1996. Experts believe it entered on wooden pallets shipped to Greenpoint. It has also been found in Ohio and Massachusetts.

Large swaths of Brooklyn and Queens are still under quarantine, though progress has been made in Queens. Home owners must allow inspectors onto their property, and regulated wood materials may not be removed from the area without a permit.

The pest also has infested Suffolk and Nassau Counties, the agency said in a release.

Eagle photo by Mary Frost
Eagle photo by Mary Frost

Inspectors searched on Thursday for the signs of the insect: round, dime-sized holes in the trunks and branches, and little piles of sawdust-like material in branches and on the ground.

Besides London plane trees, the insects also attack maple, horse-chestnut, elm, willow, birch, poplar and ash trees.

If the beetle reaches timber country in upstate New York, the industry could face devastating losses. USDA warns that the beetle poses a dire threat to forests, parks and agriculture, including the state’s maple sugar industry.

Eagle photo by Mary Frost
Eagle photo by Mary Frost

August is the best time to spot the beetles, as they starts to emerge at this time of year. USDA is asking city residents to look for the signs whenever they’re near trees. If you see something, call USDA at 866-702-9938 or visit at www.AsianLonghornedBeetle.com.

Josie Ryan, a national operations manager with Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, warned homeowners of the importance of getting ahead of the issue in a statement. “It’s important to look for signs of the beetle now, because it’s slow to spread during the early stages of an infestation,” she said. “Homeowners need to know that infested trees do not recover and will eventually die.” USDA removes infested trees as soon as possible to keep the pest from spreading to nearby healthy trees.

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1. New York and Brooklyn from Michael_Novakhov (111 sites): “brooklyn crime news” – Google News: Brazen Brooklyn sex assault on two women in 10 minutes; cops search for attacker – New York Daily News

Brazen Brooklyn sex assault on two women in 10 minutes; cops search for attacker  New York Daily News

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1. New York and Brooklyn from Michael_Novakhov (111 sites): Brooklyn Paper: Full articles: Five firefighters injured in four-alarm Greenpoint blaze

See this story at BrooklynPaper.com.

By Kevin Duggan

Brooklyn Paper

New York’s Bravest engaged in an hours-long struggle to quell an inferno that gutted a Greenpoint industrial building early Thursday morning.

Two-hundred firefighters battled the four-alarm fire that erupted inside the two-story restaurant supply warehouse on Monitor Street near Norman Avenue around 12:20 a.m., and emergency officials had yet to sound the all clear as of 11:23 a.m., according to a spokesman for the Fire Department.

Firefighters initially attacked the fire from inside the building, where they struggled to lead hoses through the warehouse, before the fire forced them outside, and they continued the fight from atop ladders on their trucks, according to a high-ranking firefighter.

Firefighters continue to sift through the wreckage to ensure the fire has been completely smothered, after which fire marshals will begin their investigation into the cause of the blaze, according to the spokesman.

Five smoke eaters suffered minor injuries throughout the night, and were brought to Wyckoff Hospital for treatment, the spokesman added.

Aerial footage from the department shows firefighters tackling the blaze from the front and the rear of the building as smoke billows to the night’s sky.

The burning fumes spread across the northern Brooklyn nabe, and one person reportedly smelled the fire from more than half a mile away.

“I can smell it all the way by the Pulaski Bridge,” Kim Masson said on Twitter.

Reach reporter Kevin Duggan at (718) 260–2511 or by e-mail at kduggan@cnglocal.com. Follow him on Twitter @kduggan16.

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1. New York and Brooklyn from Michael_Novakhov (111 sites): Brooklyn Based: Lou Reed Tai Chi Day at Brooklyn Public Library and Prospect Park

Saturday is the first inaugural Lou Reed Tai Chi Day, which honors the late musician’s decades-long passion for the meditative Chinese martial art that he credited for his mental and physical well being. One of the masters Reed worked with, Ren Guang Yi, and other practioners will lead a guided morning meditation starting at 8:30am in the main branch of The Brooklyn  Public Library, and then everyone will move outside to the plaza for a series of tai chi workshops and demonstrations¯no prior experience required! Later, at 6pm, Master Ren will lead another demo at the Prospect Park Bandshell accompanied by a live performance of Reed’s “Drones” and followed by a screening of Ang Lee’s Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. The best part is that everything about Lou Reed Tai Chi Day is 100% free, so go get your calm on.

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1. New York and Brooklyn from Michael_Novakhov (111 sites): Brooklyn Based: Sunday in Queens: Cocktails and Dragon Boats

This Sunday is a great time to visit our neighboring borough, Queens, because there are two really special events taking place there. First up, the 29th annual Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival is happening in Flushing Meadow Park from 9am-5pm. Head over midday to catch some of the races and musical performances, and be sure to chow down on some of the various dumplings and other delicious snacks that will be available for purchase.

If you’ve still got some mojo after all that, the Secret Summer farm-to-bar cocktail festival will be at The Foundry in Long Island City from 3-9pm. Now in its 5th year, the immersive garden party has a bevy of drinks to enjoy, each featuring fresh, seasonal ingredients from local farms. There will also be a raw bar and other great food food, live music, and 1000+ new friends to meet, all in a sprawling, spectacular setting on the water. Tickets are $125 apiece.

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1. New York and Brooklyn from Michael_Novakhov (111 sites): Brooklyn Eagle: Another group of Bushwick tenants take landlord to court for hazardous living conditions

Rodents, water leaks, mold and ongoing electrical issues are just some of the conditions caused by a Bushwick landlord’s negligence, according to papers tenants filed in Brooklyn Housing Court as part of a request for a court-appointed building administrator.

Three tenants living at 149 Irving Ave., aided by TakeRoot Justice, filed the papers on Wednesday against their landlord, INK 1549 Dekalb LLC, accusing them of purposely allowing their building to fall into disrepair. 

The residents claim that the problems began more than two years ago, when the building first switched ownership.

The building has six units, three of which have been unoccupied and are allegedly the cause of the building’s current state — all are padlocked and allegedly suffering from serious infrastructure issues. 

Tenants display the alleged mold inside the padlocked apartments at 149 Irving Ave. in Bushwick. Eagle photo by Kelly Mena

“Today we have filed paperwork in court … because the landlord has failed in its duty to take care of this building. There are three empty units that are padlocked and we are terrified about what’s behind all those doors. We have seen behind one door and the conditions are terrible — there is mold. We are very concerned that the tenants’ health and safety is being endangered by this level of mold,” said Linden Miller, staff attorney at TakeRoot Justice, at the rally. 

The filing requests that the court appoint an administrator as part of the city’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development’s 7A Management Program within the Housing Quality Enforcement Program. Targeting extremely distressed or at-risk privately-owned residential buildings, court-appointed administrators take over rent collection responsibilities and use the revenue to make repairs and provide services.

The tenants are hoping the case will move quickly and are expected back in housing court on Aug. 19. Prior to the filing, INK Property Group met with tenants in June and promised regular inspections and upkeep of the building — but the tenants haven’t see any changes, Miller told the Eagle

“I have been having vision issues for the last couple of months in both eyes, and I think it’s from the mold in the apartments. I just started developing these issues and my doctor is worried,” said Anna Rosa, a tenant of more than 40 years

The building has 30 open Department of Building violations — 3 environmental and 27 building — though all but the environmental violations were issued before INK’s ownership, according to city building records

INK Property Development made it on to a list by Stabilizing NYC, a housing advocacy group, of “Worst Landlords” for it’s neglect and harassment tactics against rent-stabilized tenants, according to Curbed.  Wednesday’s protest included members from sister properties that together have formed the INK Tenant Coalition in a bid to fight back against the real estate company’s displacement tactics. The company has about 43 buildings in its portfolio with the majority located in Brooklyn, according to the nonprofit Fix NYC, which monitors the city’s landlords for bad actors. 

“They know the conditions of the apartments but they are denying the conditions and nothing is being done. I mean, we can smell the mildew in the hallway, I’m sure the quality of air is not appropriate for today’s standards,” said Benne Santiago, a resident of the building since the late 1970s.

INK Property Development did not return a phone call requesting comment.

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1. New York and Brooklyn from Michael_Novakhov (111 sites): “Brooklyn NY” – Google News: Auburn announces 2019-20 men’s basketball non-conference schedule – WZDX

Auburn announces 2019-20 men’s basketball non-conference schedule  WZDX

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1. New York and Brooklyn from Michael_Novakhov (111 sites): Brooklyn Eagle: Brooklyn Today: “We want to shut down Whole Foods.”

THE LEDE: Good morning! Activists gathered outside Whole Foods in Downtown Brooklyn on Tuesday, protesting the company’s support of immigration enforcement. Whole Foods is owned by Amazon, which has provided technology and logistical support to Immigration and Customs Enforcement, including controversial facial recognition software.

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THE RUNDOWN

~ MAYOR CALLS BROWNSVILLE TRAGEDY A ‘MASS SHOOTING’ AFTER DAYS OF HESITATION: Four days after a shooting in Brownsville that left 11 injured and one dead, Mayor Bill de Blasio tweaked his language surrounding the event, calling it a “mass shooting” for the first time.

~ OPINION: BROWNSVILLE’S PAIN CAN’T HOLD A CANDLE TO ITS PROMISE: “It’s easy to use Brownsville as target practice when taking pot shots at a Brooklyn neighborhood that has become ground zero for incidents of gun violence within the borough,” Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams writes.

~ POOP ALERT: 65% OF NY BEACHES WERE ‘POTENTIALLY UNSAFE’ FOR SWIMMING ON AT LEAST ONE DAY IN 2018: With intensifying rains, like the flash storm that flooded much of Brooklyn on July 22, environmental experts are warning that an increasing number of beaches could be closed because of bacteria in the water, especially during the summer season.

~ AT DOWNTOWN BK WHOLE FOODS, A CALL TO BOYCOTT AMAZON-OWNED GROCER FOR ICE SUPPORT: Protestors attempted to dissuade Brooklynites from shopping there with flyers reading, “Don’t pay your grocery money into ICE violence. Don’t feed your kids on racism.”

~ AMID HIGH TEMPS, PROTESTERS CALL FOR COLD WATER, COLD SHOWERS AND MORE FANS AT BROOKLYN JAIL: As Monday and Tuesday’s temperatures topped 90 degrees, advocates for incarcerated people gathered and demanded better conditions — including cold showers and more fans — for inmates inside the Brooklyn Detention Complex in Boerum Hill.

~ STATE’S TOP COP SHARES TIPS TO PREVENT YOUR HOUSE BEING STOLEN: Attorney General Letitia James organized a town hall with Central Brooklyn’s local and state officials Tuesday to share information about the loss of black and brown home ownership, which she said is hitting crisis levels — and provide tips to protect homeowners.

~ CHURCH AVENUE NO-PARKING PLAN RILES UP FLATBUSH TEMPLE MEMBERS: Anger erupted over parking issues related to the creation of dedicated bus lanes on Church Avenue in Flatbush at a public forum on Tuesday night.

~ CHECK OUT GREENPOINT’S NEW WATERFRONT GREEN SPACES: Greenpoint’s two new waterfront parks are best appreciated by visitors who plan to stay a while, and just sit here and watch the river flow, as Bob Dylan famously sang.

~ THE PARK SLOPE ART SHOW WITH SNAIL MAIL SUBMISSIONS: Through Aug. 6, Park Slope gallery owner Krista Scenna is accepting submissions to a Ground Floor Gallery exhibition called “Priority Mail: Our 2019 Mail Art Biennial.”

~ AT CYCLIST VIGIL, SUNSET PARK COMMUNITY DEMANDS CHANGE: A vigil for Em Samolewicz, the 18th cyclist killed in New York City traffic this year, was held on the site of her death at the corner of 36th Street and Third Avenue on Tuesday.

~ AN INTERVIEW WITH RAÚL COLÓN, THE ILLUSTRATOR BEHIND THIS YEAR’S BROOKLYN BOOK FESTIVAL POSTER: The Brooklyn Book Festival takes place Sept. 22, with Children’s Day on Sept. 21. Raul Colón spoke to the Brooklyn Eagle on Tuesday about his artwork, his sources of inspiration and how he created the Book Festival poster.

~ POLICE OFFER $10K REWARD FOR INFO IN BROWNSVILLE MASS SHOOTING: Cops are offering up to $10,000 to anyone with information that could help them secure an arrest in the Brownsville mass shooting Saturday night that left one man dead and 11 others injured.

~ JOHN PHILIP BIGOLSKI, A WILLIAMSBURG STALWART, ARMY VETERAN AND CITY SERVANT, DIES AT 71: John Philip Bigolski, a father, husband and longtime fixture of the northside Williamsburg community seen frequently chatting up store owners on Bedford Avenue and doling out wisdom from local barstools, passed away on July 28 at the age of 71.

 

PODCAST

~ IS NYC PREPARED FOR ANOTHER SUPERSTORM SANDY?: It’s been roughly seven years since Superstorm Sandy flooded our streets and pounded our infrastructure. And while efforts have been made to better prepare the city for future natural disasters, a recent routine rainstorm flooded the city’s streets — and people’s apartments. It begs the question, is New York actually prepared for another hurricane?

MORE BROOKLYN NEWS

~ NYPD misconduct lawsuits have cost taxpayers $40 million in 2019. (Gothamist)

~ “Scabby, the giant inflatable union protest rat, faces extermination” (NYT)

~ Here’s a tour of a food editor’s two-floor Flatbush apartment. (Design*Sponge)

 

STAFF PICKS

~ READ: “Gone: Decades of greed, neglect, corruption, and bad politics led to last year’s Paradise fire, the worst in California history. It should never have happened. It will happen again.” (The California Sunday Magazine)

~ EAT: Here are the 12 hottest brunch spots in New York City right now, including three restaurants in Brooklyn. (Eater)

~ LAUGH: Rodents take over the Oval Office. (The Week)

~ PLAY: Woodstock’s 50th anniversary concert was officially canceled on Wednesday. “We just ran out of time,” one of the festival’s partners said. (NYT)

 

WHAT’S HAPPENING  

6:00PM 8:30PM — Camp Catcha-Train at New York Transit Museum. Details.

6:00PM 10:00PM — Movies With A View: “Crooklyn” at Brooklyn Bridge Park. Details.

7:30PM Lyz Lenz: “God Land” with Jia Tolentino at Books Are Magic. Details.

 

THE WRAP  

⌛ ON THIS DAY

In 1932, the Eagle reported, “Ten Mile River, N.Y. — Brooklyn Boy Scouts encamped here have been listening to exciting tales of adventure — true stories, related by a man who had a part in them — of Buffalo Bill and the days of the Pony Express.”

📔 IMPRINT

President Trump is surrounded by white supremacists on a recent cover of Newsweek.

👑 ROYAL WATCH

Meghan Markle has an ‘unofficial mentor‘ and ‘ally’ within the Royal family” (Mirror)

🥊 SPORTS

Undefeated yet mostly unknown outside of our fair borough, Brooklyn resident and rising heavyweight contender Adam Kownacki will get his moment in the spotlight Aug. 3 at Barclays Center.

BIRTHDAYS

Happy birthday to Jack O’Connell, Demián Bechir, Jason Momoa, Tempestt Bledsoe, Sam Mendes, Coolio, James Gleick, Doug Burgum, Chuck D, Robert Cray and Giancarlo Giannini!

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1. New York and Brooklyn from Michael_Novakhov (111 sites): “Brooklyn Music” – Google News: Things to Do With Kids in Brooklyn on August 1 – NY Metro Parents

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The Global Security News: Learning Spanish: 2:55 AM 8/1/2019 – M.N.: Hey you, “TIPEJAS” and “MAMABICHOS”: Where is the beef? What is wrong with these words? Why do you want to put another, new “MORDAZZA” on the great Spanish Language?

2:55 AM 8/1/2019 – Learning Spanish MORDAZA 2:55 AM 8/1/2019 – M.N.: Hey you, “TIPEJAS” and “MAMABICHOS”: Where is the beef? What is wrong with these words? Why do you want to put another, new “MORDAZA” on the great Spanish Language? Language and verbal expressions are not the problem, it is quite stupid to try to … Continue reading “Learning Spanish: 2:55 AM 8/1/2019 – M.N.: Hey you, “TIPEJAS” and “MAMABICHOS”: Where is the beef? What is wrong with these words? Why do you want to put another, new “MORDAZZA” on the great Spanish Language?”

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Girl, 10, Steals Mom’s Car, Crashes While Attempting to Drive to McDonald’s  Newsweek

Police said the girl decided to take matters into her own hands as she craved fast food while her mother was sleeping.

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