Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Velazquez Rolls Over Kurzon; Brooklyn College Turns Down Bucks; and More Brooklyn Briefs

N. Velazquez, by MK Metz
- Velazquez clobbers Kurzon in District 7 Congressional race. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- Did you know NYC has a deputy mayor? Did you know he lives in New Rochelle? (And didja know he plans to move to Brooklyn one day?) [Crain's]

- Some people upset that Brooklyn College turned down millions from hateful conservative Koch brothers. [JWF]

- Shooting: Nostrand Ave. and Avenue D, 2 a.m. Wednesday morning. [Spotcrime]

- Bikers will race on a steep, tiny velodrome, custom constructed to give competitors a treacherous challenge. [Bike Blog]

- "Do the Right Thing" block party this weekend in Bed-Stuy. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- Brooklyn's tallest tower, 388 Bridge, quietly launches sales. [Curbed]

- Lunchtime juggling group pops up in Cadman Plaza, Downtown Brooklyn. [DoBro]

- Brooklyn women's museum to take on name of Trenton civil rights activist Edith Savage-Jennings. [NJ]

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