You may have been reading lots of Haiti coverage over the past few weeks, but make sure you check out The Courier's Helen Klein's coverage from Flatbush. Also, Ivan Pereira and Anna Gustafson have the local beat from Cambria Heights, Queens.
Williamsburg isn't the only place trying to bring cycling advocates, pedestrians and motorists together. CB2 is too From The Courier's Steve Witt.
The Brooklyn Paper's Andy Campbell asks what's really going on with the G-Train.
Violent crime in Greenpoint this weekend made the news. Gothamist has a round-up and NewYorkShitty is looking into one incident at Huron and Manhattan in particular. The 94th Precinct is having a "Crime Stats" meeting at the station house at 100 Meserole Avenue at 4 PM for press and community organizations (like NAG). Will have more soon.
Looks like Hiram Monserrate's fate could be in the hands of his fellow Queens legislators. Jeremy Walsh has more.
Also check out a diary from Haiti on The Brooklyn Rail.
Finally, Brian Ries, a FreeWilliamsburg contributor, already has video from last night's Bike Wars debate. The video speaks for itself, though what we really need is a Youtube greatest hits mash-up of Isaac Abraham's one-liners.