Friday, August 10, 2012

Students' Personal Info Piled Outside School; Crime Down in the 84th; and More Brooklyn Briefs

- A large pile of student records was found on the curb outside a Brooklyn elementary school yesterday, including names, birthdates, addresses, phone numbers and Medicaid numbers. Gothamist

- Crime has dived 78 percent in the 84th Precinct over the last two decades, and it's down 10 percent this year alone. Brooklyn Eagle

- Fort Greene will get another farm-friendly spot when Prospect opens later this month. New York Magazine tells you what to eat when they open.

- A nonprofit is trying to raise $200,000 on Kickstarter to purchase the Slave Theater, the historic Afrocentric institution on Fulton Street in Bed Stuy. Brownstoner

- A South Williamsburg building crumbled to the ground yesterday, leaving behind a giant pile of rubble and a crowd of bewildered onlookers. Brooklyn Paper

- Brooklyn Magazine lists 8 compelling reasons why Brooklyn DA Charles Hynes has to go.

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