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Tuesday, September 10

Partly cloudy with a high of 77 degrees.

Top Stories
• New York State announced aggressive action to protect residents from harmful and addictive vaping products following a rise in associated illnesses.

• A video of toddler “besties” running towards and hugging each other in New York City has gone viral.

• Hundreds of Bahamians attempting to flee the devastated islands were told to leave an evacuation ship heading to the United States over visa demands.

••••••••••••Malcolm Gladwell presents: “Talking to Strangers”  Tues Sept 10th 8pm  Join the author for in an interactive discussion of his latest book.  Tickets   Kings Theatre, 1027 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn
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Brooklyn News
• Damaged cables on the subway disturbed rush hour commutes for thousandsof Brooklynites on the L train last night.

• A cellphone video showing a NYPD lieutenant using force on Brooklyn man during an arrest in Brownsville sparks a lawsuit.

• A judge ruled that a lawsuit against a Crown Heights development that could cast damaging shadows on the Brooklyn Botanic Garden can move forward.

• A National Weather Service director praised the Birmingham staff who contradicted President Donald Trump over his Alabama Dorian Tweet.

• Nancy Pelosi warned there will be “hell to pay” if the Senate does not pass a universal background check bill.

• David Lee Roth announced a 2020 Las Vegas residency.

• Disneyland was hit with a $3 million lawsuit over a Space Mountain injury.

Buzzing Back

• In 1962, this song by Bobby “Boris” Pickett was banned by the BBC. They eventually relented and the song reached #3 in 1973.

• In 1974, movie actor Ryan Phillippe is born in New Castle, Deleware. In 1998, he starred in this film about a famous NYC nightclub.

• A former employee of NOAA argues in the Washington Post that  weather reporting should never be political.

• Despite numerous “wacky ideas,” a writer for the New York Post says there have been no practical hurricane solutions offered.

In the Blogs
• Alternate Side Parking regulations will be in effect in Old Astoria starting on Monday, September 16. Here’s where it will take effect.

• Right in time for the start of back to school season, Community District Education Council 30 in Long Island City will be meeting on Tuesday, September 17.

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• The Mets (73-70) kicked off a series against the Diamondbacks with a 3-1win. New York plays Arizona again tonight at 7:10 p.m. in Flushing.

• The Yankees (95-50) wrapped up a four-game run in Boston by beating the Red Sox, 5-0. The Bombers are in Detroit tonight . First pitch at 6:40 p.m.

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Chris Brown  Sat Sept 14th 7pm With special guests Tory Lanez, Ty Dolla $ign, Joyner Lucas and Yella Belly.  Tickets  Barclays Center, 620 Atlantic Avenue, Downtown

Real Estate
• Commercial Observer aegues that Governor Cuomo turned his back on NYC real estate after signing new rent laws earlier in the summer.

• For Sale – 1299 E. 51st Street, Mill Basin – Huge 2 family home on a 32×100 lot features 5 BRs, 3 bath total. EIKs, pvt driveway, garage, extra side entrance, many new upgrades.  Close to all. $799,000. O’Kane Realty. 718-779-1111

• For Rent – Bushwick – 3 BR, 1 full bath apt features LR, EIK, lots of natural sunlight, plenty of closet space.  Ample street parking. Heat and gas included.  ID # 1356739. $2,500/month. Carollo Rentals. 917-780-6142

• Sold – One-bedroom, one-bath, 750-square-foot apartment at 373 Avenue Sin Gravesend for $229,944.

• 9to5Mac explained how to trade in or recycle your old iPhone in preparationfor the iPhone 11.

• Amazon employees are planning to walk out in protest of climate change.

Downtown – 9:30 a.m. – 9/11 Remembrance Service. RSVP  Borough Hall, 209 Joralemon St.

Park Slope – 12 p.m. – City Council members announce charges against fast food chain, Flatbush Ave. & Park Pl.

East New York – 4:30 p.m. – Elected officials tour NYCHA Houses where officer were doused with water. 1400 East New York Ave.

Williamsburg – 6 p.m. – Community Board 1 Monthly Meeting.  Swinging Sixties, 211 Ainslie St.

Coney Island – 7 p.m. – Annual Candlelight Ceremony. MCU Park, 1904 Surf Ave.

Flatbush – 8 p.m. – Malcolm Gladwell presents “Talking to Strangers”.  Kings Theater, 1027 Flatbush Ave.

Written by BKTicker

September 10th, 2019 at 8:57 am

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