Wednesday, February 22, 2012

'Brooklyn 11223;" Lil' Kim; and More Brooklyn Briefs

- New Atlantic Avenue eatery HOPELAND is a tribute to owners' respective mothers. PMFA

- Cute little Brooklyn Heights Watchtower property sells for $4.1 million. Brooklyn Eagle

- New York Times calls Brooklyn's Shake Shack "inconsistent."

- Oxygen's newest docu-series "Brooklyn 11223" takes viewers to the wilds of Bay Ridge and beyond. (Video) The Futon Critic

- The owner of the building housing the Brooklyn Heights Cinema will provide space for a new cinema within the new building. Brooklyn Eagle and Brooklyn Paper

- Here's a picture of the an abandoned wine cave built into the anchorage of the Brooklyn Bridge. Edible Geography

- The Manhattan state Supreme Court ruled yesterday that unmarried homeless people do not have to prove they have no other housing options before entering a shelter. Gawker

- Lil’ Kim (Brooklyn) vs Lil’ Kim (North Korea): How to Tell the Difference. Brooklynian

- Google is said to be readying Android-based "smart glasses" which would provide an augmented reality view of the world. Apple Insider

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