Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Hasidic Jews Smuggling Pot; Doughnut Plant Opening Near Barclays; and More Brooklyn Briefs

Site of Doughnut Plant, 245 Flatbush. Photo ©2014 Google
 - ‘Not So Undercover’: Good samaritan skirts law to repaint Brooklyn Heights. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- Hearing coming up for Brooklyn Hasidic Jews accused of trying to smuggle marijuana from El Paso. [El Paso Times]

- The Montague Street BID is organizing a bunch of holiday events in Brooklyn Heights, including a photo op with Santa, a classical concert at St. Ann’s Church and caroling. [Brownstoner]

- The best outdoor holiday markets. [NY Daily News]

- The Sheepshead Bay – Plumb Beach Civic Association will meet Tuesday, December 2, at 7:45pm to discuss the homeless shelter that has opened in the former Windjammer motel. [Sheepshead Bites]

- Eater creates a list of 10 old-fashioned Italian-American restaurants to try in Brooklyn. [Eater]

- BP Eric Adams wants to build thousands of affordable apartments on stalled or challenged sites ranging from rail yards to parking lots. [WSJ]

- Doughnut Plant to open Brooklyn outpost Wednesday -- near Barclays. [DNAinfo]

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