Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Poor, Sad Bed-Stuy Residents; Guy Stalks Brooklyn Woman ($100 Reward); and More Brooklyn Briefs

- Bed-Stuy residents are some of the least happy in the city. [BK Magazine]

- The latest guerrilla sign campaign in the subway helps you know where to stand in order to transfer. [NY Magazine]

- A wealthy Republican from California is trying to throw a wrench into New York’s $10 billion Medicaid waiver request, $1 billion of which is supposed to go to Brooklyn hospitals. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- Or is he a stalker? Guy met the woman of his dreams in Downtown Brooklyn and now, in flyers across the borough, he is offering a $100 bounty to find her again. [NY Daily News]

- NYC Parks will offer 10-week training program designed to teach folks to become fitness instructors for Shape Up NYC.  [NYC Parks]

- If you make less than $50,000, the city will help you do your taxes for free. [NYC]

- Wire fox terrier named Westminster's Best of Show. [NY1]

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