Thursday, December 19, 2013

Whole Foods' Stock Rallies with Brooklyn Opening; The Conga Line at the GOP Party; and More Brooklyn Briefs

- Whole Foods' opening in Brooklyn helped spark a rally in its stock. [InvestorPlace]

- "Brooklyn welcomes the skinny French fashions of Sandro," in Williamsburg. [NY Times]

 - De Blasio's new budget director is facing a " labor-contract tsunami." [Brooklyn Eagle]

- $1 million Mega Millions ticket sold in Brooklyn. [News 12]

Apparently there was quite a scene with a conga line at the Eaton-Catsimatidis GOP party in Brooklyn Heights Wednesday night. [Brooklyn Independent GOP Fountainhead]

- Brooklyn Bridge Park announced the selection of a developer and operator for a marina adjacent to Pier 5, and a roller rink by Pier 2. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- Music parades will takes place all over Brooklyn on Dec. 21. [Brooklyn Daily]

- ‘Iceman Cometh,’ with Nathan Lane, to play Brooklyn Academy of Music. [NY Times]

- Former judge admits racial bias influenced possible wrongful conviction. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- Nordstrom Rack, opening soon on Fulton Street in Brooklyn, is looking to hire a store administer. [Nordstrom]

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