Monday, July 27, 2015

Crokinole in Brooklyn; Drake Feud; and More Brooklyn Briefs

- North Carolina driver who killed a 6-year-old Brooklyn girl in a car crash was texting while driving. [WNCN]

- Opening for Nicki Minaj at the Barclays Center on Sunday, Meek Mill had some harsh words for Drake. [Hot New Hip Hop]

- Missing Prospect Heights resident Heloise Rathbone has been found in a Boston hospital. She is the granddaughter of acting great Basil Rathbone. [Patch]

- Crokinole -- a 19th-century game named after a Quebec doughnut -- gains a following in Brooklyn. [The Star]

- A Park Slope company is one of the last audio cassette-manufacturing companies in the world. [amNY]

- A Hasidic girl from Brooklyn wrote a clever poem that spread like wildfire online and became a hit in London last week. [NY Post]

- A pedestrian badly hurt when she was struck by a car while crossing State Street has been awarded nearly $500,000 for her injuries. [SI Live]

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