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Here’s a look back at some stories you might have missed this week:
- Don Paco Lopez Panaderia got some much-deserved love in the New York Times!
- Local schools won millions in participatory budgeting funds for upgrades.
- To avoid tragedies, Chinese immigrants are taking parenting and mental health classes.
- City and residents disagree over whether the Brooklyn-Queens streetcar will actually save time.
- CRIME BLOTTER: An unidentified body and street assaults.
- Asian American Ambulance service debuts in Brooklyn.
- Are you looking for summer art camps for your kids?
- Catch basin clean-up program includes part of Sunset Park.
- Car crashes continued to occur this week.
- 3-D printer company MakerBot is moving production from Industry City to China.
- FOOD REVIEW: La Casa de las Quesadillas.
- UPROSE won a grant to examine creating a “green BID.”
- Sign up for fresh produce from local farms!
- Gap Design Studio is coming to Industry City. So is more office space.
- FLASHBACK FRIDAY: 58th Street and Fifth Avenue, then and now.