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Finally! A valet for bikes!

There’s no longer a need to sit in an exhaust-spewing box to get to Barclays Center to see the “National” when now you can ride there in the open air have your bike parked by a valet.

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Greenpointers: City lied about parks, ‘affordable housing’

The city has broken its promise to bring affordable housing to Greenpoint and Williamsburg and is letting developers run roughshod over the neighborhoods, pushing out the working class in the process, claimed more than 150 protesters rallying outside East River State Park Wednesday night.

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Lightsaber returned to Brooklyn Jedi

The lightsaber of a real-life Brooklyn Jedi that was stolen a not-so-long time ago in a galaxy not-so-far away has been returned to its owner, ending a year-and-a-half-long saga that probably won’t continue.

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Green$pace! Advocates fear Bushwick Inlet Park will go private

Williamsburg park lovers are worried that the city will let apartments rise up in the planned Bushwick Inlet Park because of the glacial pace it is taking to fund the greenspace.

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FIRST LOOK: Renderings show the future of the Domino Sugar factory

The new owner of the Domino Sugar factory revealed its billion-dollar vision for the iconic Williamsburg site, calling for massively tall and architecturally bold skyscrapers that would redefine Brooklyn’s skyline.

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SPAC Holds True to Mission

Ever since the New York City Ballet christened the Saratoga Performing Arts Center amphitheater in July 1966 with a performance of George Balanchine’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” the core mission of the center has remained unchanged.

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THE `DOCTOR’ IS IN — PRISON FOR 5 YEARS

A man who pleaded guilty last month to attempted first-degree assault for repeatedly injecting a woman with her own urine in the name of “applied kinesiology” was sentenced Tuesday to five years in prison. Richard Holland, 55, who was sentenced in county court by Judge Michael Eidens, also will serve five years of probation after his release from prison.

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ARREST PUTS A SPOTLIGHT ON UNUSUAL HEALING

When Richard Holland was arrested earlier this month for allegedly practicing medicine without a license, his supporters said he was misunderstood and targeted by authorities for embracing alternative forms of healing. As a self-proclaimed practitioner of “applied kinesiology,” Holland was, according to some of his patients, simply educating and advising people on the diagnostic and therapeutic benefits of muscle testing and of herbal and vitamin remedies.

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