Monday, December 16, 2013

Weird Private School Accusation; Vito Lopez Did Many Good Things; Streisand's 'Back To Brooklyn' Gold; and More Brooklyn Briefs

- A Brooklyn couple claims the head of a the private Waldorf School in Brooklyn holds séances with problem kids so she can save their souls. [NY Post]

- The head of a Brooklyn nonprofit allegedly used a $20,000 state grant to buy an iPad and laptops for her family’s use. [NY Daily News]

- What do they say about Vito Lopez? "He helped thousands and thousands of poor, indigent people and low-income people get affordable housing." [Brooklyn Bureau]

- Video: Charlie Rangel, Letitia James and John Catsimatidis share a dance. [Gothamist]

- Remember how cold it was Sunday? These people went swimming in the ocean at Coney Island. [NY Daily News]

- Affordable housing added at massive North Brooklyn site. [TRD]

- East River Ferry service extended until 2019. [Crain's]

- Barbra Streisand's "Back To Brooklyn" concert DVD has reached No. 1 on the Billboard Top DVD Music Videos chart. [Broadway World]

- Some good Peter O'Toole video clips. [Gawker]

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