Friday, February 19, 2010

Brooklyn Inventgenuity, and More Brooklyn Briefs

- The dean of a Hebrew day school in Brooklyn was arrested Thursday in an alleged scheme to extort $4 million. WSJ

- A thank you note to an "awesome" Good Samaritan. Clinton Hill Blog

- A 40-year-old Park Slope woman has gone missing. Brooklyn Paper 

- Choice Market cafe and takeout at the J Condo officially opened for business Thursday. Brooklyn Eagle

- Car windows keep getting smashed near Fulton Park. Bed Stuy Blog 

- Toll Brothers to build in DUMBO?  Brooklyn Heights Blog
- The Invisible Dog will be the site of the first Brooklyn Inventgenuity Festival for kids. NY Times

- Parents, be careful what face paint you use on your child.  ACGIB

- The Vancouver Olympics is stocked with 100,000 condoms.  Huff Post  

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