Monday, November 30, 2009

Brooklyn Doorman Wins $1,000 a Week for Life, and More Brooklyn Briefs

- A 33-year-old Brooklyn doorman wins $1000 a week for life in the New York State Lottery. ABC

- Eddy Sanchez, the Pratt student who was brutally mugged in August, is out of the rehab center and has begun to walk again. The Local/Ft. Greene

- A new candy store is expected to open in DUMBO in time for the holidays. Brooklyn Eagle

- Three weeks after receiving its 501(c) status, a Bed-Stuy community organization was robbed and now has to start over from scratch. They even stole the vacuum cleaner. Bed Stuy Blog

- What to do with all those leftover parsnips: Parsnip Pancakes! Not Eating Out in New York

- The Dandelion Boutique has replaced a long-time jewelry store on Court Street in Carroll Gardens. Pardon Me For Asking

- The New Jersey Nets fired coach Lawrence Frank on Sunday after losing their first 16 games. Huffington Post

- New York Magazine lists movies with Oscar buzz for this holiday season. NYM

- Get the kids and put on your walking shoes: Mommy Poppins has put together a holiday window itinerary. Mommy Poppins

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