Wednesday, September 21, 2011

El Tio Pio Gutted; Hipster Mayo; Depeche Mode in DUMBO; and More Brooklyn Briefs

- Brooklyn bike patrol to escort women home in Park Slope and Prospect Heights. Village Voice

- El Tio Pio restaurant and a beauty parlor appeared to be gutted in Tuesday's fire on Willoughby Street in Downtown Brooklyn, where a man was rescued through a third-story window. Carroll Gardens Patch

- This week alone, Brooklyn Heights has been home to film crews shooting three TV shows and two feature films. Is the disruption worth it? Brooklyn Eagle

- Name that novelist who was mugged in Fort Greene Park. Gothamist

- So it's come to this: hipsters are opening an artisanal mayo shop in Prospect Heights. Village Voice

- Depeche Mode founder Vince Clarke buys $2.8 million DUMBO loft. NY Magazine

- Someday soon, Grand Army Plaza will be safer for pedestrians and bikers. Streetsblog

- In case you were wondering what the inside of Mayor Bloomberg's house looks like, not that you'll ever be invited there. Gothamist

- The deadliest volcano on the planet is ready to explode again, which could be big trouble for the world. Gizmodo  

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