Friday, December 18, 2015

The Boa Constrictor on the B12 Bus, and Other Brooklyn Briefs

Mural by artist Alex Cook in Greenpoint. Photo: MK Metz
  - Giant boa constrictor found inside the B12 bus in Brooklyn. [NY Post

- Tucker Reed thinks the Jehovah's Witnesses should leave Brooklyn a $50 million going away gift. [Crain's

- Adorable tree lighting ceremony on Montague Street takes place for 65th year, with 6th-generation Brooklyn girl flipping the switch. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- New residents want to get rid of garbage transfer station which has been in East Williamsburg for 25 years. [NBC]

- A woman walking on Sands St. near Gold St. in Vinegar Hill was punched in the neck and held up at gunpoint. [Daily News]

- Here's a picture of the brute who punched a woman in a Brooklyn Heights subway station. [abc7]

- A teen who took part in a hate crime attack on a transgender woman was given a slap-on-the-wrist punishment. [Daily News]

- Bunk Sandwiches brings its savory pork belly Cubano sandwich to Brooklyn. [Voice]

- Here's where you can meet Santa in Brooklyn [Brownstoner] and [Mommy Poppins]

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