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Morning Buzz: Man slashes girlfriend in throat over breakup text, Brooklyn killer of Queens jogger details final moments

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Tuesday, November 21

Weather
• Mostly sunny with a high of 58 degrees.

Top Stories
• The Trump administration is ending a temporary residency program for nearly 60,000 Haitians who came to the U.S. after a deadly earthquake.

• CBS has suspended Charlie Rose, and PBS halted his talk show, after allegations of sexual misconduct.

• The Justice Department is suing to stop AT&T’s $85 billion purchase of Time Warner.

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2017 Evening of Jazz & Cocktails  Thurs Nov 30th 6-9pm  Presented by Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens.  To benefit Children & Families in need during the Holiday Season. RSVP by 11/22. For more information, contact Lucy Garrido-Mota @ 718-722-6211 or Lucy.GMota@CCBQ.org   Russo’s on the Bay, 162-45 Crossbay Blvd, Howard Beach
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Brooklyn News
• A Brooklyn man fatally slashed his girlfriend in the throat because she broke up with him over a text message.

• The Brooklyn man who killed Queens jogger Karina Vetrano detailed the final moments before he strangled her.

• A Mill Basin resident born to Haitian immigrants received the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship to study at Oxford.

Politics
• Senator Chuck Schumer has joined a growing chorus calling on the IDC to reunify with mainline Democrats.

• Mayor de Blasio defended his impending trip to Iowa to help Democrats win back Congress.

Entertainment
• Star actress Della Reese, best known for her work in “Touch by an Angel,”died at age 86.

• Jay-Z, Idris Elba and Mary J. Blige are among the top nominees of the 2018 NAACP Imagine Awards.

Buzzing Back

• In 1980 Millions tune in to find out who shot J.R.   Click here to reveal the killer!

• In 1985 Canadian singer Carly Rae Jepsen is born in Mission, British Columbia. Can you name her #1 song, maybe???

Opinion
• The Daily News says the president should have a heart and allow Haitians to stay in the U.S.

• The Post says de Blasio isn’t firing the NYCHA chair because he knew about the lead paint coverup.

In the Blogs
• Greenpointers recommends six local places to help you with Thanksgivingdinner.

• A Park Slope resident won SkyIce’s brain freeze ice cream eating contest.

Trending in New York
• Lavar Ball
• Kyrie
• #TheGifted
• #TheGoodDoctor
• Clippers

Scoreboard
• The Knicks (9-7) crushed the Los Angeles Clippers, 107-85.

• St. John’s (4-0) routed the Molloy College Lions, 71-43.

• The Atlanta Falcons outlasted the Seattle Seahawks, 34-31.

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“Clue” w/ Brandy & Board Games  Thurs Nov 23rd 6pm-1am  Happy Thanksgiving! You’re cordially invited to a day full of mystery, board games, brandy, pumpkin pie, and MURDER!  Free!!!  Videology Bar & Cinema, 308 Bedford Ave, Williamsburg
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Real Estate
• Continuum Company and Lincoln Equities has closed on the purchase of a site for a Crown Heights megaproject.

• For Sale – Bed-Stuy – Four family Brownstone in Historic Bed-Stuy!  Great income producing property.  2 BRs each apt.  Call for income & expenses.  Asking $1.615M  Crifasi Real Estate  718-782-4411

• For Rent – Williamsburg – Newly updated 2 BR, 1 bath apt features kitchen w/ SS appliances including dishwasher, DR, backyard w/ private deck.  Asking $2,450/mo  Castoria Real Estate  718-388-9830

• Sold – Prospect Lefferts Gardens – A seven-bedroom, three-bathroom, 3,000-square-foot house at 125 East 32nd Street for $590,000. Zillow.

Technology
• Uber has ordered 24,000 Volvo cars to add to its self-driving vehicle fleet.

• CNET shares its best Black Friday deals at major retailers.

Events
• Downtown – 10 a.m. – Assemblyman William Colton speaks in support of Christopher Columbus statues at mayor’s commission meeting. Borough Hall, 209 Joralemon St.

• East Flatbush – 10:30 a.m. – Borough President Eric Adams unveils $8.7 million investment to create and preserve 4,000 affordable units. 1488 New York Ave.

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November 21st, 2017 at 10:32 am

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Afternoon Buzz: Multiple people injured in upstate cosmetics plant explosion and fire, Driver wanted for multi-car collision in Brooklyn

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Monday, November 20

Top Stories 
• President Trump announced that the U.S. will designate North Korea as a state sponsor of terrorism.

• ‘Touched By an Angel’ star and singer Della Reese died at the age of 86.

• A fire that followed an explosion at a cosmetics factory in Upstate New York left 33 people injured.

Brooklyn News
• Police are searching for the driver of a car that caused a multi-car collision during a police chase in Clinton Hill.

•  A teen was arrested after a younger student accused him of forcing her to perform a sex act on him at a Brooklyn high school.

• A man hit another man in the back of the head with a glass bottle after a dispute aboard a subway train.

Subway Status 
• 2, 3, 4 and 5 service has resumed following earlier switch maintenance at Nostrand Av.

• Northbound F trains are running at slower speeds between 34 St-Herald Sq and 57 St because of signal problems at 57 St.

Visit http://www.mta.info to keep track of subway service and delays.

Traffic 
• Delays on I-278 westbound between Exit 35 – I-495 Long Island Expwy and Atlantic Ave

• Accident on I-678 southbound ramp to I-495 Long Island Expwy right lane blocked.

• Delays on I-278 eastbound between Metropolitan Ave; Williamsburg Bridge and Queens-Kings County Line; Koskuisko Bridge.

• Accident on I-278 eastbound at Exit 27 – Atlantic Ave left lane blocked until further notice.

• Delays on I-278 eastbound between 54th St and Atlantic Ave.

Visit https://www.511ny.org to keep track of traffic.

Sports
• The Knicks (8-7) host the Los Angeles Clippers tonight at 7:30 p.m.

• The Nets (6-10) lost to the Golden State Warriors, 118-111.

• The Rangers (10-9-2) lost 3-0 to the Ottawa Senators.

• The Giants (2-8) beat the Kansas City Chiefs in overtime, 12-9.

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In Memory of Walter Becker
Mon Nov 20th 8pm
Steely Dan’s Classic Album “Aja” performed live by Atomic Funk Project.  $8-$10  Brooklyn Bowl, 61 Wythe Ave, Williamsburg.

What’s On TV Tonight

• Dancing With the Stars(ABC, 8PM) – The finalists compete during the 10th week of performances, which includes two rounds of dancing: a redemption dance and a freestyle dance.

• The Gifted (FOX, 9PM) – More refugees pour into the Mutant Underground, but the group faces a threat when they discover one of them is a spy working for Sentinel Services.

• Scorpion (CBS, 10PM) – On Thanksgiving, Team Scorpion’s new neighbor, Florence, joins them at sea on a mission to destroy a floating island of trash, but her flawed contribution leaves her, Walter and Happy stranded on the quickly dissolving island.

Stream Picks of the Day

• Netflix: Longmire Season 6 – A bank robbery ends in a shooting, giving Sawyer more leverage against Walt.

• Hulu: O Brother, Where Art Thou? – In the deep south during the 1930s, three escaped convicts search for hidden treasure while a relentless lawman pursues them.

• Amazon Video: Sense and Sensibility – Rich Mr. Dashwood dies, leaving his second wife and her three daughters poor by the rules of inheritance. The two eldest daughters are the titular opposites.

Real Estate

• For Sale – Greenpoint- Unique 3 story, 2 family home.  1st & 2nd flrs have 4 BRs, 2 bath, large kitchen, spiral stairs, fireplace, washer/dryer.  3rd flr has 3 BRs, 1 bath, fireplace, kitchen. Asking $2,350,000  Capri Jet Realty  718-388-2188

• For Rent – Williamsburg – Apartment features 3 beds, 1 bath, decorative fireplace, Eik, hardwood floors, shared backyard. Asking $2,699.  CapriJet Realty 718-388-2188

Local Eats of the Day

• Fonda
Located at 434 7th Ave.

Enjoy their Tostadas de Carne made with crispy tortillas with black beans, topped with habanero-spiked shredded beef, romaine lettuce, cured red onions, radishes, and cream for$11.95.

Click here to view their menu and place an order online.

Local Events 
• Downtown – 7 p.m. – Progressive Legends Classic. Regional rivals head to Barclays Center for the annual Progressive Legends Classic. Penn State and Pittsburgh, along with Oklahoma State and Texas A&M, will bring major college basketball to Brooklyn. Barclays Center, 620 Atlantic Ave.

• Williamsburg – 8 p.m. – In Memory of Walter Becker.  Brooklyn Bowl, 61 Wythe Ave.

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Tech Tip of the Day 
• Black FridayClick here to check out tips to help you avoid online scams while shopping on Black Friday.

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November 21st, 2017 at 10:31 am

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Morning Buzz: Eight injured in Clinton Hill multi-car collision, Charles Manson dead at 83

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Monday, November 20

Weather
• Snow showers this morning with peeks of sunshine later. High of 49 degrees.

Top Stories
• President Trump hasn’t campaigned for Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore because of “discomfort” over sexual assault claims.

• A Border Patrol agent died Sunday morning from injuries suffered while on patrol in southwest Texas.

• Murderous cult leader Charles Manson has died at the age of 83.

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In Memory of Walter Becker  Mon Nov 20th 8pm  Steely Dan’s Classic Album “Aja” performed live by Atomic Funk Project.  $8-$10  Brooklyn Bowl, 61 Wythe Avenue, Williamsburg
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Brooklyn News
• After allegedly being attacked on the N train and then reporting the incident, one woman is now facing racist and sexist hate mail online.

• The congregation at B’nai Adath Kol Beth Yisrael in Bedford-Stuyvesant worked together to help repair the 150-year-old building after it was damaged by an accidental fire last Tuesday.

• Eight people were injured in a multi-car collision, which included a MTA bus, after a wild chain of events in Clinton Hill on Saturday.

Politics
• Mayor Bill de Blasio may be looking to replace Department of Investigation Commissioner Mark Peters after he revealed some serious blunders made by his administration.

• See how New York City’s starved subway system is down to bad decisions and politics.

Entertainment
• Jeffrey Tambor says he’s leaving the award-winning show “Transparent” following allegations of sexual harassment.• See what the stars wore to the American Music Awards.
Weekend Box Office
• Justice League: $96 million
• Wonder: $27.05 million
Thor: Ragnarok: $21.79 million
• Daddy’s Home 2: $14.8 million
• Murder on the Orient Express: $13.8 million
Buzzing Back

• In 1947  Princess Elizabeth (future Queen Elizabeth II) marries Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, in Westminster Abbey.  View photos from their wedding here.

• In 1947 guitarist, singer and songwriter Joe Walsh is born in Witchita, Kansas.  In 1977, The Eagles won a Grammy Award for this song.

Opinion
• A Post columnist explores the biggest myths of the Russian-collusion.

• The Times’ editorial board looks at why New York is full of empty stores.

In the Blogs
• A new gift store has opened in Prospect Lefferts Gardens.

• Brownstoner named its top 10 listings you should check out this week.

Trending in New York
• Charles Manson
• Marshawn Lynch
• Atlantic Avenue
• Jana Novotna
• 30 minutes

Scoreboard
• The Knicks (8-7) host the Los Angeles Clippers tonight at 7:30 p.m.

• The Nets (6-10) lost to the Golden State Warriors, 118-111.

• The Rangers (10-9-2) lost 3-0 to the Ottawa Senators.

• The Giants (2-8) beat the Kansas City Chiefs in overtime, 12-9.

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Jay-Z  Sat Nov 25th & Sun Nov 26th  8pm  JAY-Z is bringing his 4:44 Tour to Brooklyn.  Tickets start at $114.30.   Barclays Center, 620 Atlantic Avenue, Downtown
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Real Estate
• A full-service supermarket, Dumbo Market, is coming to 66 Front Street in Dumbo.

• For Sale – Bed-Stuy – Four family Brownstone in Historic Bed-Stuy!  Great income producing property.  2 BRs each apt.  Call for income & expenses.  Asking $1.7M  Crifasi Real Estate  718-782-4411

• For Sale – 1347 Myrtle Avenue, Bushwick - Multi family Hi-Ranch style home.  1st flr features 2 BRs, EIK, full bath. 2nd flr has 3 BRs.  Asking $839,000  Carollo Real Estate  718-366-6636

• Sold – Sunset Park – A ten-bedroom, four-bathroom three-family home at 602 61st Street for $2 million. Zillow.

Weekend Crime Roundup
• A 50-year-old NYPD School Safety Agent was arrested around 8:06 p.m. on Friday, November 17 within the confines of the 78 Precinct. Nilsa Lopez was charged with assault.

Events
• Downtown – 7 p.m. – Progressive Legends Classic. Regional rivals head to Barclays Center for the annual Progressive Legends Classic. Penn State and Pittsburgh, along with Oklahoma State and Texas A&M, will bring major college basketball to Brooklyn. Barclays Center, 620 Atlantic Ave.

• Williamsburg – 8 p.m. – In Memory of Walter Becker.  Brooklyn Bowl, 61 Wythe Avenue

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November 20th, 2017 at 8:05 am

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Afternoon Buzz: Rev. Jesse Jackson diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, Brooklyn Army sergeant dies at Iraq border base

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Friday, November 17

Top Stories 
• Civil rights leader Rev. Jesse L. Jackson announced that he has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.

• The mayor’s monuments commission held its first public meeting in Queens Borough Hall.

Brooklyn News
• A Brooklyn Army sergeant died in a non-combat incident at a base along the Iraq border.

• A man was arrested after he called a high school several times andthreatened to “shoot up” the school.

• A shirtless vandal was caught on video knocking down a statue in a church garden again after he damaged the statue days earlier.

Subway Status 
• E,F,M train service has resumed following an earlier injured passenger at 21 St-Queensbridge.

Visit http://www.mta.info to keep track of subway service and delays.

Weekend Service Changes

• Click here for planned subway service changes for Saturday.

• Click here for planned subway service changes for Sunday.

Traffic 
• Delays on Grand Central Pkwy westbound between Northern Blvd; NY 25A and 94th St.

• Delays on Grand Central Pkwy eastbound between Roosevelt Ave and Exit 13 – I-678 – Van Wyck Expwy; Jackie Robinson Pkwy.

• Delays on I-678 southbound between 69th Rd; Ramp and Exit 4 – Liberty Ave.

• Delays on I-678 northbound between Rockaway Blvd and Exit 8 – Main St.

• Delays on I-678 northbound between 20th Ave and Queens; Bronx County Line – Whitestone Bridge Toll Plaza.

• Disabled vehicle on I-278 westbound approaching Metropolitan Ave; Williamsburg Bridge right lane blocked.

• Delays on I-278 westbound Lee Ave to Exit 28B – Brooklyn Bridge.

• Delays on I-278 eastbound between Exit 30 – Flushing Ave and Queens-Kings County Line; Koskuisko Bridge.

Visit https://www.511ny.org to keep track of traffic.

Sports
Friday
• The Rangers (9-8-2) head to Columbus to take on the Blue Jackets at 7 p.m.
• The Knicks (8-6) travel to Toronto to play the Raptors. Tip-off is at 7:30 p.m.
• The Nets (5-9) welcome the Utah Jazz to Barclays at 7:30 p.m.
Saturday
• The Islanders go to Tampa Bay to face the Lightning at 7 p.m.
Sunday
• The Rangers host the Ottawa Senators at MSG. Puck drops at 7 p.m.
• The Islanders are in Carolina to square off against the Hurricanes at 5 p.m.
• The Nets take on the defending NBA champion Golden State Warriors in Brooklyn at 6 p.m.
• The Giants (1-8) are at home against the Kansas City Chiefs. Kick-off is at 1 p.m.

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Rock & Roll Playhouse: The Music of The Beatles 
Sun Nov 19th 11am
Featuring Mike Messer.  $12   Brooklyn Bowl, 61 Wythe Ave, Williamsburg.

What’s On TV Tonight 

Once Upon a Time (ABC, 8PM) – In pursuit of revenge, Hook seeks a dark and powerful magic, but an encounter with Rapunzel could alter his fate forever.

Hawaii Five-0 (CBS, 9PM) – Junior and Adam back up McGarrett when a bank heist in progress forces Steve to make a potentially heartbreaking mistake.

Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives (FOOD, 9PM) – Guy Fieri’s search of A+ cuisine puts the spotlight on dishes from college towns he’s rolling into, like Ohio and Colorado.

Stream Picks of the Day

Netflix: Marvel’s The Punisher Season 1 – After the murder of his family, Marine veteran Frank Castle becomes a vigilante known as “The Punisher”, who aims to fight crime by any means necessary.

Hulu: 13 Going on 30 – A girl makes a wish on her thirteenth birthday, and wakes up the next day as a thirty-year-old woman.

Amazon Video: Girl, Interrupted – Based on writer Susanna Kaysen’s account of her 18-month stay at a mental hospital in the 1960s.

Real Estate

• For Sale – Downtown – 1,873 sq/ft Condo in Waterfront residential complex @ Brooklyn Bridge Park.  Amazing views from Master Bedroom.  Laundry room, garage.  Asking $4,239,000 Carollo Real Estate  718-366-6636

• For Rent - Greenpoint - Freshly painted, newly renovated 1 BR apt in a great location!  Spacious LR, windows in every room, hardwood floors.  Asking $1,999/month  Capri Jet Realty  718-388-2188

Local Eats of the Day

• Burgrito’s
Located at 173 4th Ave

Enjoy their popular Burgrito, a burger madewith American cheese, bacon, french fries, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, andchipotle sauce wrapped in aflour tortilla for $11.99.

Click here to view their menu and place an order online.

Local Events 
• Downtown – 8 p.m. – John Cale: Celebrating The Velvet Underground & Nico.  BAM – Peter J. Sharp Bldg, 30 Lafayette Ave.

Saturday
• Greenwood Heights – 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. – Architecture at Green-Wood. 500 25th St.
• Williamsburg – 11:45 a.m. – Holiday Show Spectacular: Planes, Trains & Automobiles.  Brunch showing.  Nitehawk Cinema, 136 Metropolitan Ave.
• Park Slope - 1 p.m. – Brain Freeze Ice Cream Eating Contest.  SkyIce, 63 5th Ave @ St. Mark’s Ave
• Greenwood Heights – 4 to 6 p.m. – Twilight Tour.  Green-Wood Cemetery, 500 25th St.
 Manhattan Beach – 8 p.m. – Two’s Company: Broadway’s Greatest Duets.  On Stage @ Kingsborough, 2001 Oriental Blvd.

Sunday
• Williamsburg – 11 a.m. – Rock & Roll Playhouse: The Music of The Beatles.  Brooklyn Bowl, 61 Wythe Ave.
• Greenpoint – Noon to 6 p.m. – Our Damn Selves Market: A Benefit for Planned Parenthood.  Brooklyn Bazaar, 150 Greenpoint Ave.

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Tech Tip of the Day 
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November 17th, 2017 at 4:15 pm

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Morning Buzz: Brownsville supporting housing project gets green light, Two Bed-Stuy men arrested for murder

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Friday, November 17

Weather
• Sunny with a high of 48 degrees. Saturday will be cloudy in the morning, with rain expected at night. High of 55. On Sunday, expect rain the morning but clouds later on with a high of 52.

Top Stories
• The House passed a sweeping bill that cuts taxes for corporations and some individuals, but eliminated deductions for state and local taxes.

• Senator Al Franken is facing criticism and likely an ethics probe after a radio anchor accused the Democrat of forcibly kissing and groping her in 2006.

• The City Council passed legislation to allow New Yorkers to register to vote online.

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Rock & Roll Playhouse: The Music of The Beatles  Sun Nov 19th 11amFeaturing Mike Messer.  $12   Brooklyn Bowl, 61 Wythe Avenue, Williamsburg
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Brooklyn News
• A Brownsville supportive housing project got the green light after a local councilwoman got on board.

• Two men were arrested on murder charges after they shot and killed two mothers at a housing complex in Bed-Stuy.

• A Brooklyn driver accused of a road rage murder was held without bailbecause of a prior weed ring bust.

Politics
• Public Advocate Letitia James is calling on NYCHA Chair Shola Olatoye to step down after the lead paint lie reports.

• The corruption case against New Jersey Senator Bob Melendez ended in a mistrial.

Entertainment
• Actor Sylvester Stallone and porn star Ron Jeremy were the latest to be accused of sexual assault.

• I guess it’s official! Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez were spotted smoochingat a hockey game.

Buzzing Back

• In 2003 “The Terminator” becomes “The Governator” of California.  Click to see the Schwarzenegger Inauguration.

• In 1944 SNL producer Lorne Michaels is born in Toronto, Canada.

Opinion
• The Daily News says more stories about harassment from members of Congress are likely to surface, and they should be told.

• The Post says the tax reform bill will juice up the economy and provide relief for everyday Americans.

In the Blogs
• Sunset Park’s 5th Avenue Business Improvement District is looking for a new executive director.

• Find your new favorite show at the Brooklyn Podcast Festival this weekend.

Trending in New York
• Warriors
• #HTGAWM
• #Scandal
• Dilly Dilly
• CHANGE to 52182

Scoreboard
• The Islanders (10-6-2) topped the Hurricanes, 6-4.

• The Pittsburgh Steelers crushed the Tennessee Titans, 40-17.

Weekend Sports Schedule
Friday
• The Rangers (9-8-2) head to Columbus to take on the Blue Jackets at 7 p.m.
• The Knicks (8-6) travel to Toronto to play the Raptors. Tip-off is at 7:30 p.m.
• The Nets (5-9) welcome the Utah Jazz to Barclays at 7:30 p.m.
Saturday
• The Islanders go to Tampa Bay to face the Lightning at 7 p.m.
Sunday
• The Rangers host the Ottawa Senators at MSG. Puck drops at 7 p.m.
• The Islanders are in Carolina to square off against the Hurricanes at 5 p.m.
• The Nets take on the defending NBA champion Golden State Warriors in Brooklyn at 6 p.m.
• The Giants (1-8) are at home against the Kansas City Chiefs. Kick-off is at 1 p.m.

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Holiday Shows Spectacular: Planes, Trains & Automobiles Sat Nov 18th 11:45am  A man struggles to travel home for Thanksgiving with an obnoxious slob. Brunch menu available. Nitehawk Cinema, 136 Metropolitan Avenue, Williamsburg
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Real Estate
• Related Companies doesn’t believe NYC will land Amazon’s headquarters, but still wants to be the developer.

• OPEN HOUSE – Sun Nov 19th 11am-1pm  503 Grandview Avenue, Ridgewood  4 family all vacant on title!  4 rooms w/ 2 BRs each apt.  Full finished basement.  Asking $1.349M  Crifasi Real Estate  718-821-5999

• OPEN HOUSE – Sun Nov 19th  2-4pm  146 N8th Street, Williamsburg Ideal user/investor.  3 family w/ additional air rights.  1 block to Bedford L train.  Asking $2.499M  Crifasi Real Estate  718-782-4411

• Sold – Bath Beach – A three-bedroom, three-bathroom, 1,656-square-foot house at 46 Bay 17th Street for $950,000. Zillow.

Eating Out
• The mastermind behind Red Hook’s Hometown Bar-B-Que is opening a Jewish deli-inspired sandwich shop in Sunset Park.

• Looking for good Sichuan restaurants? Try Birds of a Feather in Williamsburg or Easter Ocean One in Sunset Park.

Restaurant ABC’s – Cobble Hill
Grade A – The Ugly Duckling166 Smith St. – Food not protected from potential contamination.
Grade B – Grimaldi’s1 Front St. – Cold food held above 41 degrees, Evidence of mice.
Grade C – Lichee Nut162 Montague St. – Cold food held above 41 degrees, Cross-contamination, Evidence of mice.

Events
• Bushwick – 10:45 a.m. – PS 196 community hosts ribbon cutting for Sing for Hope piano. 207 Bushwick Ave.

• Downtown – 8 p.m. – John Cale: Celebrating The Velvet Underground & Nico.  BAM – Peter J. Sharp Bldg, 30 Lafayette Avenue

Saturday
• Greenwood Heights – 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. – Architecture at Green-Wood.  500 25th Street
• Williamsburg – 11:45 a.m. – Holiday Show Spectacular: Planes, Trains & Automobiles.  Brunch showing.  Nitehawk Cinema, 136 Metropolitan Avenue
• Park Slope 1 p.m. – Brain Freeze Ice Cream Eating Contest.  SkyIce, 63 5th Avenue @ St. Mark’s Ave
• Greenwood Heights – 4 to 6 p.m. – Twilight Tour.  Green-Wood Cemetery, 500 25th Street
 Manhattan Beach – 8 p.m. – Two’s Company: Broadway’s Greatest Duets.  On Stage @ Kingsborough, 2001 Oriental Blvd.
Sunday
• Williamsburg – 11 a.m. – Rock & Roll Playhouse: The Music of The Beatles.  Brooklyn Bowl, 61 Wythe Ave
• Greenpoint – Noon to 6 p.m. – Our Damn Selves Market: A Benefit for Planned Parenthood.  Brooklyn Bazaar, 150 Greenpoint Avenue.

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November 17th, 2017 at 12:28 pm

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Afternoon Buzz sponsored by Mott & Bayard Eyewear

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Thursday, November 16

Top Stories 
• The House passed the GOP’s tax reform bill as it faces an uncertain future in the Senate.

• Senator Al Franken apologized after a radio anchor accused him of forcibly kissing and groping her in 2006.

• A judge declared a mistrial in the bribery trial of Senator Robert Menendez.

Brooklyn News
• A man was shot outside a T.G.I. Fridays after a fight broke out between two rival gangs.

• The death of a man whose body was found in bag buried in the backyard of a Bushwick home was deemed a homicide.

• Police found the SUV used in the fatal hit-and-run of a Brooklyn chef.

Subway Status 
• D, N and R service has resumed following an earlier incident involving a train with mechanical problems at 36 St (Bklyn).

Visit http://www.mta.info to keep track of subway service and delays.

Traffic 
• Delays on I-278 westbound from Exit 35 – I-495 Long Island Expwy to Exit 24 – NY 27; Prospect Expwy Exit.

• Delays on Grand Central Pkwy eastbound from Exit 10 – I-495 Long Island Expwy to I-678 – Van Wyck Expwy.

• Delays on I-678 southbound from 69th Rd; Ramp to Exit 4 – Liberty Ave.

• Delays on Belt System – Southern Pkwy eastbound from I-678- Van Wyck Expwy;Ramp to Springfield Blvd.

• Delays on I-278 eastbound from Exit 30 – Flushing Ave to Queens-Kings County Line; Koskuisko Bridge.

Visit https://www.511ny.org to keep track of traffic.

Sports
• The Knicks (8-6) bounce back from their loss to the Cavs with a 106-101 victory over the Jazz.

• The Rangers (9-8-2) fell to the Blackhawks, 6-3

• The Islanders (9-6-2) host the Hurricanes in Brooklyn. Puck drops at 7 p.m.

• St. John’s (2-0) hosts the Nebraska Cornhuskers in Queens. Tip-off is at 6:30 p.m. and the game will be broadcast on FS1.

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What’s On TV Tonight

• The Big Bang Theory (CBS, 8PM) – Leonard and Wolowitz are furious after they learn Sheldon went to work with the military behind their backs.

• The Orville (FOX, 9PM) – When a fire breaks out on the spaceship and a crew member dies, Alara begins to question if she is fit for her job, just as unusual and terrifying things start happening on the ship.

• How to Get Away With Murder (ABC, 10PM) – Annalise is confronted with disturbing news involving one of Isaac’s patients that puts her sobriety at risk.

Stream Picks of the Day

• Netflix: The Hateful Eight – In the dead of a Wyoming winter, a bounty hunter and his prisoner find shelter in a cabin currently inhabited by a collection of nefarious characters.

• Hulu: Community Season 4 – The group studies history with Professor Noel Cornwallis and make an unexpected trip to Pierce’s mansion on Halloween.

• Amazon Video: Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 4 – Larry plays a starring role in ‘The Producers’–and a supporting role as troublemaker to the show’s cast and crew.

Real Estate

• For Sale- Ridgewood – Vacant 2 family features 3 BRs over 2.  1st flr has modern kitchen w/ granite & SS appliances, new bath, wood floors, new oil burner, large private yard.  Asking $1.049M  Crifasi Real Estate  718-782-4411

• For Rent - Greenpoint – Spacious 1 BR w/ 2 windows, LR, EIK.  Heat/Hot Water included.  Asking $1,850/month  Capri Jet Realty  718-388-2188

Local Eats of the Day

• B. Good
Located at 141 Montague St.

Enjoy a hearty Southwestern Chicken Salad with mesclun, avocado, grilled corn, tomatoes, black bean and corn salsa, chipotle puree, and balsamic vinaigrette.

Click here to view their menu and place an order online.

Local Events 
• Williamsburg – 6 p.m. – Los Sures hosts annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner. First Spanish Presbyterian Church, 157 S. 3rd St.

• Marine Park 7:30 p.m. – Madison-Marine- Homecrest Civic Association Monthly Meeting. Carmine Carro Community Center, Fillmore Ave. & Madison Pl.

• Downtown 8 p.m. – John Cale: Celebrating The Velvet Underground & Nico. BAM, 30 Lafayette Ave.

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Tech Tip of the Day 
• Autoplay Videos: Many services have an autoplay feature for videos. However, this feature can drain your phone battery and eat your data. Click here to learn how to turn this feature off for various sites.

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November 17th, 2017 at 12:26 pm

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Morning Buzz: Grand St. Bridge to remain closed, Lil Peep dead at the age of 21

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Thursday, November 16

Weather
• Becoming partly cloudy after some morning rain. High of 54.

Top Stories
• State and local officials knew the bike lane where last month’s terror attack took place was a potentially vulnerable target.

• Authorities believe a Pennsylvania mother died cleaning up drugs and paraphernalia following her son’s fatal drug overdose.

• Charles Manson, 83, is clinging to life in a California hospital.

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Twilight Tour  Sat Nov 18th  4-6pm  Visitors will enjoy the rare opportunity to explore the quiet beauty of the cemetery bathed in the golden light of the setting sun. $25 Green-Wood Cemetery, 500 25th St, Greenwood Heights
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Brooklyn News
• A Brooklyn man is under arrest for the deadly shooting of a teenage girl and her boyfriend in Coney Island.

• A fifth man has been charged in the deadly shooting of an aide to Governor Andrew Cuomo during the 2015 J’ouvert festival in Crown Heights.

• The Grand Street Bridge connecting Brooklyn and Queens will remain shut down until next Monday.

Politics
• The Trump administration plans to lift a ban on importing elephant trophies that are illegally hunted in Africa into the United States.

• The first GOP senator has come out against the Republican’s tax reform bill, and others may not be far behind.

Entertainment
• Filming on the television show “Veep” is delayed as Julia Louis-Dreyfus continues to undergo cancer treatment.

• Lil Peep, the emerging rapper and Youtube star who grew up on Long Island, has died at the age of 21.

Buzzing Back

• In 2001, the first Harry Potter film opens.  Here’s all the Harry Potter movies in order.

• In 1967, actress Lisa Bonet is born in San Francisco. Relive that time Denise wanted to buy a used car on “The Cosby Show.”

Opinion
• A contributor to the Daily News says the belated condemnation of Roy Moore by Republicans reveals the true issue with sex harassment and rape.

• Congressman Joseph Crowley writes in the Greenpoint Star that President Donald Trump has no idea what made America great in the first place.

In the Blogs
• The “Tastes of Brooklyn” Fall Food Crawl is taking place this evening in Carroll Gardens and Cobble Hill.

• Neighbors are worried that the crowds at a Williamsburg lounge could lead to drug peddling and general mayhem.

Trending in New York
• Lil Peep
• #QuuenSugar
• #NBAwards
• Parents of 4
• Joel Embiid

Scoreboard
• The Knicks (8-6) bounce back from their loss to the Cavs with a 106-101 victory over the Jazz.

• The Rangers (9-8-2) fell to the Blackhawks, 6-3

• The Islanders (9-6-2) host the Hurricanes in Brooklyn. Puck drops at 7 p.m.

• St. John’s (2-0) hosts the Nebraska Cornhuskers in Queens. Tip-off is at 6:30 p.m. and the game will be broadcast on FS1.

Visit NYDiscountTickets.com for the best prices on sports, concerts & movies.

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Our Damn Selves Market: A Benefit for Planned Parenthood  Sun Nov 19th 12-6pm  Ceramics, jewelry, vintage/contemporary clothing, paper goods, art, and tarot readings. $3. Brooklyn Bazaar, 150 Greenpoint Avenue
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Real Estate
• The lottery is now open for 15 units of affordable housing in a 75-unit Williamsburg development. Rents start at $867 per month for studio.

• OPEN HOUSE – Sat Nov 18th & Sun Nov 19th 1-3pm  20-34 Himrod Street, Ridgewood  Vacant 2 family, 3 BRs over 2. Modern kitchen, new bath, large private yard. Asking $1.049M  Crifasi Real Estate  718-821-5999

• For Sale - Bed-Stuy – Great Opportunity!  Legal 3 family – 4 stories + full basement. 1st & 2nd flr duplex features 3 BRs.  Large yard, quiet tree lined block, close to subway. Asking $1,990,000  O’Kane Realty  718-779-1111

• Sold – Two-bedroom, two-bath, 975-square-foot apartment at 556 State Streetin Boerum Hill for $1.125 million.

Style & Fashion
• Cult Gaia founder Jasmin Larian is the ultimate millennial entrepreneur.

• It’s time to start thinking about matching your boots and your bag.

Events
• Sunset Park 10:15 a.m. – Public Advocate Letitia James delivers remarks at a press conference at a building owned the by holder of the top spot on her Worst Landlords List. 54-16 4th Ave.

• Bay Ridge – 4 p.m. – Parks Department cuts ribbon on new ball field. McKinley Park, Fort Hamilton Parkway & 73rd St.

• Coney Island – 4 p.m. – Brooklyn Community Services launches new program for non-custodial fathers. Timbuktu Hair Care, 1511 Mermaid Ave.

• Williamsburg – 6 p.m. – Los Sures hosts annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner. First Spanish Presbyterian Church, 157 S. 3rd St.

• Marine Park 7:30 p.m. – Madison-Marine- Homecrest Civic Association Monthly Meeting. Carmine Carro Community Center, Fillmore Ave. & Madison Pl.

• Downtown 8 p.m. – John Cale: Celebrating The Velvet Underground & Nico. BAM, 30 Lafayette Ave.

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November 17th, 2017 at 12:19 pm

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Afternoon Buzz: Bronx student pleads not guilty to fatal stabbing, Man arrested in fatal Brooklyn shooting

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Wednesday, November 15

Top Stories 
• Zimbabwe’s military took control of the nation and placed President Robert Mugabe under house arrest.

• The gunman who went a shooting spree in Northern California killed his wife the night before the incident.

• A Bronx student accused of fatally stabbing a classmate plead not guilty.

Brooklyn News
• A man was charged for fatally shooting his teenage neighbor in the hallway of her apartment building.

• A contractor plead guilty to cheating his workers out of more than $700,000 in pay from public contracts.

• A landlord who oversees properties in Brooklyn and Queens was ranked the worst slumlord in the city.

Subway Status 
• L service has resumed following an earlier incident involving a train with mechanical problems at 14 St-Union Sq.

Visit http://www.mta.info to keep track of subway service and delays.

Traffic 
• Delays on I-278 westbound Queens-Kings County Line; Koskuisko Bridge to Exit – 38th St; Sunset Park Industrial Park.

• Delays on Grand Central Pkwy eastbound Exit 10 – I-495 Long Island Expwy to Jackie Robinson Pkwy Split.

• Delays on I-678 southbound 69th Rd; Ramp to Linden Blvd.

• Delays on I-495 eastbound Maurice Ave to Exit 31 – Cross Island Pkwy.

• Delays on I-678 northbound Rockaway Blvd to Exit 8 – Main St.

• Delays on I-278 eastbound Metropolitan Ave; Williamsburg Bridge to Queens-Kings County Line; Koskuisko Bridge.

• Delays on I-278 eastbound Exit 24 – NY 27; Prospect Expwy Exit to Exit 28B – Brooklyn Bridge.

Visit https://www.511ny.org to keep track of traffic.

Sports

• The Rangers (9-7-2) head to Chicago to face the Blackhawks at 8 p.m.

• The Nets (5-9) fell to the Boston Celtics, 109-102.

• The Knicks (7-6) host the Utah Jazz. Tip-off is at 7:30 p.m.

• St. John’s (2-0) easily beat Central Connecticut State, 80-55.

• LIU Brooklyn (0-2) welcomes the College of New Rochelle for a 7 p.m.matchup.

• St. Francis (0-1) takes on Manhattan College in Riverdale at 7 p.m.

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Unscrewed: Women, Sex, Power & How to Stop Letting the System Screw Us All!
Wed Nov 15th 7pm
In Unscrewed, Friedman shows how the anxiety many women feel around issues of sexuality are side effects of a toxic culture.
WORD Bookstore, 126 Franklin Street, Greenpoint.

What’s On TV Tonight

• The Blacklist (NBC, 8PM) – In the fall finale, Tom goes missing; and Liz desperately retraces his steps in order to find him. Meanwhile Red’s hunt for the suitcase of bones puts him on a collision course with Tom.

• Empire (FOX, 8PM) – The Lyon family stands together as Anika and Hakeem begin a custody battle for Bella.

• Modern Family (ABC, 9PM) -Jay honors the entire family on their recent successes during the Thanksgiving toast, even though that isn’t quite true.

Stream Picks of the Day

• Netflix: Portlandia Season 3- It’s wintertime in Portlandia. Peter and Nance struggle to keep off winter weight by cutting pasta from their diets.

• Hulu: Bob’s Burgers Season 6 – The Belchers take a trip down memory lane.

• Amazon Video: Coming to America – An extremely pampered African Prince travels to Queens, New York, and goes undercover to find a wife whom he can respect for her intelligence and will.

Real Estate

• For Sale – Greenpoint – Vacant 2 family brick home, corner location, lots of windows.  3 BRs over 3 BRs, 3 bath.  Asking $1,399,000 Capri Jet Realty  718-388-2188

• For Rent – Greenpoint – Apartment features 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, balcony, hardwood floors, bike storage. Asking $2,799/month. Capri Jet Realty  718-388-2188

Local Eats of the Day

• Roberta’s 
Located at 261 Moore St.

Enjoy their Famous Original pizza made with Tomato, mozzarella, caciocovallo, oregano, and chili for $17.

Click here to view their menu and place an order online.

Local Events 

• Williamsburg – 5 p.m. – Councilman Antonio Reynoso to host dinner for Metropolitan Hotel Shelter residents. Dar525, 525 Grand St.

 Greenpoint 7 p.m. – Unscrewed: Women, Sex, Power & How to Stop Letting the System Screw Us All!  WORD Bookstore, 126 Franklin St.

• Park Slope – 7:30 p.m. – Comptroller Scott Stringer speaks at Indivisible Nation BK meeting. Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture, 54 Prospect Park West.

• Downtown – 8 p.m. – Janet Jackson performs. Barclays Center, 620 Atlantic Ave.
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Tech Tip of the Day 
• iOS Tips: Are you having problems with iOS 11? Click here to learn how to fix a list of issues.

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November 17th, 2017 at 12:19 pm

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Morning Buzz: City considers changing Bedford Union Armory project, Bed-Stuy synagogue set ablaze by roof worker

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Wednesday, November 15

Weather
• Mostly sunny with a high of 49 degrees.

Top Stories
• A gunman killed four people and injured two children at a California elementary school before police fatally shot him.

• Senate Republicans plan to repeal Obamacare’s individual mandate as part oftheir tax reform proposal.

• New York City’s Public Advocate released her annual list of the city’s worst landlords in hopes of shaming them to change.

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Architecture at Green-Wood  Sat Nov 18th  11am-1pm  Green-Wood is home to a spectacular collection of 19th-century architectural gems by some of the most famed architects in American history.  $25  Green-Wood Cemetery, 500 25th St, Greenwood Heights
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Brooklyn News
• The city is considering changing the controversial Bedford Union Armory development project due to opposition to market-rate condos.

• Police arrested a 71-year-old roof worker after he accidentally set a 100-year-old Bed-Stuy synagogue on fire.

• A career criminal with an “I love Mom” tattoo on his arm was arrested for groping a 14-year-old girl in a Brownsville subway station.

Politics
• Attorney General Jeff Sessions blamed his hazy memory for not recalling conversations about Russia during the 2016 campaign.

• The new head of the New York State Democratic Party, a former Obama staffer, outlined his 2018 strategy.

Entertainment
• Rapper and actress Eve has been tapped to join CBS daytime talk show “The Talk.”

• Tracee Ellis Ross will host the 2017 American Music Awards, which is awarding her mother Diana Ross with a Lifetime Achievement Award.

Buzzing Back

• In 1867 the First stock ticker debuts and ultimately revolutionizes the stock market by making up-to-the-minute prices available to investors around the country.

• In 1991 actress Shailene Woodley is born in San Bernardino, California

Opinion
• The Daily News says judges should allow the families of the Newtown gun massacre to hold the manufacturer Remington Arms accountable.

• The Post says the Department of Investigation’s bombshell report on NYCHA may force out the agency boss.

In the Blogs
• A new report names Bushwick the second hottest neighborhood in America, only behind The Mission in San Francisco.

• The Grand Street Bridge closure has been extended to November 20.

Trending in New York
• Celtics
• #ThisIsUs
• #TheFlash
• #LegendsOfTomorrow
• #MarriageEquality

Scoreboard
• The Rangers (9-7-2) head to Chicago to face the Blackhawks at 8 p.m.

• The Nets (5-9) fell to the Boston Celtics, 109-102.

• The Knicks (7-6) host the Utah Jazz. Tip-off is at 7:30 p.m.

• St. John’s (2-0) easily beat Central Connecticut State, 80-55.

• LIU Brooklyn (0-2) welcomes the College of New Rochelle for a 7 p.m.matchup.

• St. Francis (0-1) takes on Manhattan College in Riverdale at 7 p.m.

Visit NYDiscountTickets.com for the best prices on sports, concerts & movies.

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Unscrewed: Women, Sex, Power & How to Stop Letting the System Screw Us All!  Wed Nov 15th 7pm  In Unscrewed, Friedman shows how the anxiety many women feel around issues of sexuality are side effects of a toxic culture.  WORD Bookstore, 126 Franklin Street, Greenpoint
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Real Estate
• Two Brooklyn Heights buildings owned by Kushner Companies were hit with rent stabilization lawsuits.

• For Rent – Graham Avenue, Williamsburg - This top floor apt is a real gem!  1 BR, 1 bath, natural light in every room.  Heat/Hot Water included.  No Pets.  Asking $1,950/mo  Castoria Real Estate  718-388-9830

• For Sale - Bed-Stuy – Four family Brownstone in historic Bed-Stuy!  Great income producing property.  2 BRs each apt.  Call for income/expenses.  Asking $1.7M  Crifasi Real Estate  718-782-4411

• Sold – Bensonhurst – A three-bedroom, three-bathroom, 1,656-square-foot house at 46 Bay 17th Street for $950,000. Zillow.

Business News
• James Dolan is back in control of Madison Square Garden after its CEO suddenly departed.

• Tesla was hit with a class-action lawsuit claiming the company is “a hotbed for racist behavior.”

Events
• Williamsburg – 5 p.m. – Councilman Antonio Reynoso to host dinner for Metropolitan Hotel Shelter residents. Dar525, 525 Grand St.

• Greenpoint 7 p.m. – Unscrewed: Women, Sex, Power & How to Stop Letting the System Screw Us All!  WORD Bookstore, 126 Franklin St.

• Park Slope – 7:30 p.m. – Comptroller Scott Stringer speaks at Indivisible Nation BK meeting. Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture, 54 Prospect Park West.

• Downtown – 8 p.m. – Janet Jackson performs. Barclays Center, 620 Atlantic Ave.

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November 15th, 2017 at 9:23 am

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Afternoon Buzz sponsored by Pyrros & Serres LLP, Your Workers’ Compensation and Social Security Lawyers

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Tuesday, November 14

Top Stories 
• At least five people were killed in shootings at several locations in Northern California including an elementary school.

• A change in meter rules led to the dismissal of 500,000 New York City parking tickets.

Brooklyn News
• A roof worker was charged for accidentally starting a fire that ripped through a Bed-Stuy synagogue.

• Police are searching for man accused of vandalizing two Islamic centers in Brooklyn.

• A Fort Greene bike shop with a program that offered free bicycles for children in need is closing at the end of this month.

Subway Status 
• Good service on all lines as of 4:00 p.m.

Visit http://www.mta.info to keep track of subway service and delays.

Subway Status 
• Good service on all lines as of 4:00 p.m.

Visit http://www.mta.info to keep track of subway service and delays.

Traffic 
• Delays on I-278 westbound between Exit 35 – I-495 Long Island Expwy and Exit 26 – Hamilton Ave.

• Delays on Grand Central Parkway eastbound between Exit 10 – I-495 Long Island Expwy and Exit 13 – I-678 – Van Wyck Expwy; Jackie Robinson Pkwy.

• Delays on I-678 southbound between 69th Rd; Ramp and Exit 4 – Liberty Ave.

• Delays on I-678 northbound between Belt System – Southern Pkwy and Exit 8 – Main St.

Visit https://www.511ny.org to keep track of traffic.

Sports
• The Knicks (7-6) blew a large lead to fall to the Cavs, 104-101.

• The Nets (5-8) welcome the Boston Celtics to Brooklyn. Tip-off is at 7:30 p.m.

• The Yankees’ Aaron Judge was unanimously selected the AL’s Rookie of the Year.

• LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers took a short trip on the NYC subway, documenting their commute by video.

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What’s On TV Tonight

• The Middle (ABC, 8PM) – The Hecks take a hectic road trip for Thanksgiving to Frankie’s sister’s house but soon find themselves running into barriers that could make them late to the feast.

• This Is Us (NBC, 9PM) – Kevin goes back to his high school to accept an award. Jack and Rebecca get excited about their kids’ futures.

• Brooklyn Nine-Nine (FOX, 9:30PM) – The always unwelcome Vulture pops back into Jake and Amy’s lives, threatening to swoop in and take something important away from them.

Stream Picks of the Day

• Netflix: Burn Notice Season 4- Michael helps Fiona and Sam protect a lawyer against the city’s most dangerous biker gang.

• Hulu: Future Man Season 1 – Josh Futturman, a janitor by day and a gamer by night, is recruited by mysterious visitors to travel through time to prevent the extinction of humanity.

• Amazon Video: Big Fish – A frustrated son tries to determine the fact from fiction in his dying father’s life.

Real Estate

• For Sale – Park Slope – Co-Op features 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, spacious walk-in closet, dining room, and kitchen. Asking $499,000. Crifasi Real Estate  718-782-4411

• For Sale – Williamsburg – Condo features 1 bedroom, 1 bath, open kitchen, living room/dining room, and common rooftop terrace. Asking $750,000.  Carollo Real Estate  718-366-6636

Local Eats of the Day

• Pure Bistro
Located at 88 5th Ave.

Enjoy an order of their popular quesadilla made with three cheeses, salsa, and avocado in a whole wheat tortilla with light sour cream on the side for $8.

Click here to view their menu and place an order online.

Local Events 
• Williamsburg – 6:30 p.m. – Community Board 1 Public Hearing/Board Meeting.  211 Ainslie Street @ Manhattan Ave.

• Bath Beach – 7 p.m. – Assemblyman William Colton, Councilman Mark Treyger host Veterans Night event. 29 Bay 25th St.

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Tech Tip of the Day 
• TV: Do you want to connect your laptop, tablet, or phone to your TV in order to watch your favorite media? Click here to learn how.

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November 14th, 2017 at 4:32 pm

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