Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Brooklyn Museum Cancels Graffiti Show; New Ferry Too Popular; and More Brooklyn Briefs

- Blaming tight finances, the Brooklyn Museum cancels a popular but controversial graffiti exhibition. NY Times

- New East River ferry proves too popular. Brooklyn Eagle

- City Comptroller John Liu is holding a fundraiser in likely rival Public Advocate Bill de Blasio’s old territory. The Brooklyn Politics

- All charges dropped in the pizza king knife attack in Carroll Gardens. NY Times

- Parking permits for Atlantic Yards area still a big "maybe." Carroll Gardens Patch

- City Council members and union officials vowed to conduct mass demonstrations if Mr. Bloomberg’s proposed budget cuts go through. NY Times

- There's just something creepy about all those birds. Lined up. Looking down at you. PMFA

- Video shows wild shooting in Brooklyn. Fox

- 70% of street cocaine is now cut with a drug that causes users skin to rot off. NY Daily News

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