Monday, June 1, 2015

Brooklyn Tattoo Artist Hunted; Music Video Brings Guns to Fulton Street., and More Brooklyn Briefs

- NYPD hunting Brooklyn tattoo artist accused of 'brutally beating girlfriend whose arms and legs he tied together before whipping her stomach with a chain.' [Daily Mail]

- Fire rips through apartment of Williamsburg man living with nine pets, as cat and three dogs perish. [Daily News]

- The Public Design Commission is set to vote today on a company’s plans to construct a commercial vineyard, wine-production facility and event space on the roof of Building 275 in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. [WSJ]

- Five people have been arrested for allegedly bringing guns to Fulton Street in Brooklyn, scene of a video being made in tribute to a fallen rapper Chinx. [NY1]

- De Blasio restores funding for summer programs after push by parents, advocates. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- The Celebrate Brooklyn Performing Arts Festival for 2015 opens with a concert by Chaka Khan on June 3. [CaribbeanLifeNews]

- Verizon has installed new fiber optic cable, and the street fire and police call boxes around Brooklyn Heights are once again functional. [BHB]

- The band Mastodon was on Game of Thrones last night! [Brooklyn Vegan]

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