Monday, June 23, 2014

Brooklyn BP's China Travel Questioned; Moving to Bay Ridge; and More Brooklyn Briefs

Splitting coconuts at Smorgasburg on Sunday. Photo: MK Metz, McBrooklyn
 - Brooklyn’s BP Eric Adams and a top deputy spent 11 days traveling in China at the expense of a nonprofit run by one of their own volunteer staffers, The Post reports. The non-profit does sound pretty shady. [NY Post]

- Holy crap: Young people are moving to Bay Ridge. [Business Insider]

- Affordable housing forum at St. Ann's Church Tuesday. [BHB]

- Two Trees accused of discrimination in lawsuit. [TRD]

- Bed-Stuy's Fulton Art Fair celebrates the artists of the African diaspora. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- If something happens to BDB, Tish James becomes mayor . . . [NY Magazine]

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