Tuesday, January 25, 2011

A Cyclist Conspiracy; Tennis Fees; and More Brooklyn Briefs

- BP Markowitz says a cyclist conspiracy distorted Prospect Park West bike lane data. Gothamist

- All four bodies found near a desolate stretch of a barrier island have been identified as prostitutes who advertised online.  Brooklyn Eagle 

-  Bushwick Food Co-Op’s film series starts next week with movies about dirt, garlic and fracking.   Brokelyn 

- The Bosch showroom in DUMBO has closed, and Two Trees might consider putting a restaurant in there. Commenters lean towards Chinese. DumboNYC 

- 7 injured in Brooklyn school bus crash.  CBS

- Do you play tennis? Today is the LAST DAY to prevent the doubling of city fees. Brooklynian and Brownstoner 

- While we're freezing here in Brooklyn, it's freakishly warm in northeastern Canada and Greenland.  NY Times 

- Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura sued the Dept. of Homeland Security and the TSA Monday, alleging full-body scans and pat-downs at airport checkpoints violate his rights. Huff Post

- American Apparel sues after nail polish explodes.  Gothamist 

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Tennis Gifts said...

Keep those fees down, tennis should be accessible to all, especially the young kids.

The Tennis Emporium

Anonymous said...

It's not just tennis. City baseball fields, soccer fields, and basketball courts are also getting hikes.