Saturday, June 28, 2008

Con-Ed Strike Sunday? And More Brooklyn Briefs

- 9,000 of Consolidated Edison’s union workers might go on strike Sunday. Crain's NY Business

- A Park Slope brownstone "worthy of a spread in Architectural Digest" was hit by thieves last week, and $23,000 worth of Tiffany lampshades, antique mirrors and other items were professionally removed. Brooklyn Eagle

- A 49-year-old man is under arrest after police say he exposed himself to three little girls, and allegedly molested one of them, in Borough Park, Brooklyn. NY1

- It felt like the summer of 1981 Thursday night as Devo and the Tom Tom Club played to a packed crowd at the McCarren Pool in Williamsburg. Rolling Stone

- On his final full day at Microsoft Corp., Bill Gates went on stage to reminisce with buddy Steve Ballmer, and neither man could hold back the tears. Huffington Post

- Women in New York state are now worse off economically than they were in 1989. Crain's NY Business

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