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Weekend Link-Up: Saturday

The New York Post ran a cover story that purported to show a heroic Syrian boy saving a girl, but it was completely staged, continuing a proud tradition at the tabloid of running fake stories on its front pages.

Brooklyn’s most expensive home is for sale and no one reading this site can afford it.

A man was stabbed on the UWS and there’s still bloodstains on the sidewalk.

The DOT launched Vision Zero View, a map that shows all the traffic fatalities in New York City.

Speaking of the DOT, tell them where Bushwick’s bike lanes should be.

Mayor Bill de Blasio signed a bill offering more legal protection for undocumented workers.

The City Council passed a bill that aims to cut down on those shady donation bins.

A drunk driver took out a newsstand on Delancey Street.

Holy crazy as fuck, Batman.

American icon and alleged rapist, Bill Cosby, shook his head in silence when he was asked about sex abuse allegations.

The East Village Eye was a magazine in existence from 1979 to 1987 and “purports to be the first publication to have printed and defined the term ‘hip hop.'”

Anarchist history in NYC.

Ruins of the World’s Fair: The New York State Pavilion, or how Philip Johnson’s futuristic architecture was almost forgotten

(Photo: Aymann Ismail/ANIMALNewYork)