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PENNSLYVANIA – Cosby: Bill Cosby departs after a pretrial hearing in his sexual assault case at the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown, Pa., Tuesday. … Full Article

Tuesday August 1, Our World in Pictures

FORT GREENE — Icon in the Sky: Clock faces on the landmarked Williamsburgh Savings Bank are ever so close to the landscaped roof of Two Trees Management's new apartment building at 300 Ashland Place. … Full Article

Brooklyn Today August 1: Have Bicyclists Taken Over Brooklyn?

Weather, Brooklyn Borough Hall (NWS): Day 88°, Night 73°, sunny. … Full Article

Monday July 31, Our World in Pictures

GERMANY — River Reflects City: In this photo taken on Sunday, the city skyline is reflected on the surface of the Main behind the Ignatz-Bubis Bridge in Frankfurt. … Full Article

LinkNYC kiosks not a hit with everyone

Hundreds of 9-1/2-foot-tall LinkNYC kiosks — which provide free phone, Wi-Fi service and USB charging stations — have been installed across the city, with more coming every day. … Full Article

Repairs postponed again for collapsed ramp at Shore Road Park

Repair work has not yet begun on the collapsed Shore Road Park ramp at 97th Street. The long-delayed repairs were promised to begin by early summer. Well, summer’s halfway through and nothing has been done. … Full Article

Brooklyn Today July 31: Adopt A Subway Station

Weather, Brooklyn Borough Hall (NWS): Day 79°, Night 68°, partly sunny. … Full Article

Southbound Brooklyn N trains lose service for year and a half

Seven southbound Brooklyn N trains lost service Monday and won’t be back for a year and a half in phase two of the MTA’s nearly $400 million renovation plan for the Sea Beach Line. … Full Article

Sunday July 30, Our World in Pictures

SWITZERLAND: Walking in the Mountains: People walk on the "Europabruecke", that is supposed to be the world's longest pedestrian suspension bridge with a length of 494m, after the official inauguration of the construction in Randa, Switzerland, on Saturday. … Full Article

Saturday July 29, Our World in Pictures

VENEZUELA – Fire in Advance: Bolivarian National Guards fire rubber bullets as they advance on anti-government demonstrators in Caracas, Venezuela, Friday, two days before the vote to begin the rewriting of Venezuela's constitution. … Full Article

What the heck is this doing here? LinkNYC kiosks not a hit with everyone

Hundreds of 9-1/2-foot-tall LinkNYC kiosks — which provide phone, Wi-Fi service and a charging station — have been installed across the city, with more coming every day. … Full Article

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