Wednesday, July 22, 2015

b.good Restaurant Coming to Brooklyn Heights; More Maritime Projects to Brooklyn; and More

- For Brooklyn basketball courts, funding isn't a slam dunk. [WSJ]

- No free snacks: NY1 looks at Hillary's campaign HQ in Brooklyn, and we're starting to feel sorry for the workers there.  [NY1]

- A restaurant with the “human touch” – b.good, based out of Boston – will be replacing the now-closed Grand Canyon restaurant at 141 Montague St. in Brooklyn Heights. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- Marijuana grower looking to open dispensary in Brooklyn caught using potentially dangerous levels of pesticide. [Daily News]

- Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has filed to shutter a Brooklyn charity, National Children’s Leukemia Foundation, which lied about its programs and sending dying kids to Disney World. [AG NY]

- The Village Voice's Brooklyn Pour festival will be serving unlimited tastings of more than 100 brews. [Village Voice]

- More Brooklyn maritime projects are in the pipeline. [Brooklyn Eagle]

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