Monday, August 10, 2009

The 'Vampire of Brooklyn,' and More Brooklyn Briefs

- A man in Florida spends five years and $200,000 in his laboratory tinkering with formulas and finally produces . . . a Brooklyn bagel. PBPulse

- Schumer endorsed City Council candidate Stephan Lenin at Brooklyn Borough Hall and the only intelligent question was asked by a drunk. OTBKB

- New: A protected bike lane at the Manhattan Bridge and Sands Street. Brooklyn Eagle

- Buyer, beware when you book hotel rooms through "Hotwire." You may not get what you asked for. Unemployed Brooklyn

- Boston paper describes DUMBO's Superfine as "affordably hipster-chic." Boston Globe

- Officials and religious leaders in Brooklyn took part in a H1N1 flu pandemic exercise. Vos Iz Neias

- Inside a Brooklyn gallery are five monitors, "each featuring a virtual copy of the real space occupied by a different virtual artwork . . ." Fast Company

- Weird History: Albert Fish, the notorious “Vampire of Brooklyn.” Socyberty

- A 27-year-old Brooklyn cop dies from swine flu. Gothamist

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