Monday, May 12, 2014

No G Train in Brooklyn Late Nights; Sounding 'Gay' and More Brooklyn Briefs

- The good and the bad of reBar closing. [DumboNYC]

- Work begins on glam hotel near Barclays Center. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- Did you know the condo planned near Pier 6 in Brooklyn Bridge Park will be 30 stories high? []

- His last name suits him: Police are looking for 28-year-old Anthony Coward, who approaches his victims from behind, strikes them in the head with a hammer and then robs them. [NY1]

- No G train in Brooklyn late nights this week. [AM NY]

- Brooklyn resident so obsessed with thought that he "sounded gay," he spent his past three years talking to more than a hundred people in four countries about sounding gay. [Pasadena Star News]

- A Jewish carpenter is suing New York City’s Housing Authority (NYCHA) after allegedly being threatened and insulted with anti-Semitic epithets. [Jewish Press]

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