Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Save the G Train; Panera Almost Ready; and More Brooklyn Briefs

- The campaign to save the G train extension into Park Slope, Windsor Terrace, and Kensington is on a roll. Brownstoner

- Downtown Brooklyn Panera opening Monday. Brownstoner

- Nearly 100 organizations submitted applications to have DOT slow down traffic on their streets by installing new signs, speed bumps and by reducing area speeds limit to 20 mph. Brooklyn Eagle

- Williamsburg landlord refused to allow a billboard questioning Judaism to be installed atop his building amid outrage in Hasidic community. Rabbi calls atheists "a group of crazies." Brooklyn Paper

- Three-day Crossing Brooklyn Ferry pass on sale now. Brooklyn Vegan

- Cyclist ticketed for riding outside bike lane (not a crime) fights fine in State Supreme Court. Gothamist

- Scams are all around us, especially "predatory schools." Brooklyn Eagle

- Netflix was the 30th advertiser to drop Limbaugh. TP

- Gosh, those TSA nude body scanners don't even work! TSA OOUP

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