Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Interfaith Hospital May Close; New Chef at Bevacco; and More Brooklyn Briefs

- The state Department of Health rejected a restructuring plan designed to save Interfaith Medical Center in Brooklyn. [WSJ]

- A 62 year old Chinese man was hit with a car on Friday on 86th and Bay 31st Street.  Neighbor's are being asked to help track down the hit-and-run driver. [Bensonhurst Bean]

- Hurricane Sandy may have created air pockets under streets, buildings. [BP]

- Celeb chef Gabriele Corcos is taking over at Bevacco on Henry Street in Brooklyn Heights this Friday. [BHB]

- Grand Central Oyster Bar to open Park Slope outpost. [Gothamist]

- Lunchmeet group unites new people over lunch in DUMBO. [News 12]

- The 4th annual Coney Island Talent Show takes place this weekend. [Brooklyn Based]

- The next Spike Lee movie will be a Kickstarter production. Lee said it said it would be about "the addiction of blood." [Brooklyn Eagle]

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