Friday, July 15, 2016

Coworking Spaces in Brooklyn; Security After Nice Attack; Anthony Bourdain and More Brooklyn Briefs

- Brooklyn driver indicted on manslaughter charges after failure to get his car repaired led to a fatal car crash on Fulton Street in December. [Daily News]

- Young Orthodox Jewish man committed suicide on Wednesday -- the 26th such suicide the New York-area's Orthodox community over past ten months. [Forward]

- Squibb Park Bridge to reopen next spring, 50 percent less bouncy. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- K2 protest held outside Bed-Stuy deli. [CBS]

- A complete list of Brooklyn coworking spaces — locales where you can rent a desk or office by the day, week, or month. [Brownstoner]

- Gov. Cuomo: After Nice attack, NY law enforcement stepping up security at airports, bridges, tunnels and mass transit. [Twitter]

- Globe-trotting foodophile Anthony Bourdain will perform "brutally honest" monologue
 The Hunger at BAM in late November. [Gothamist]

- The historic Lundy’s building on Emmons Avenue continues to deteriorate, despite promises from the owner to patch up the property. [Sheepshead Bites]

- The  Jalopy Theater is putting on Dump Trump Night, a musical revue of satirical songs. [Brokelyn]

- Woman, 60, beaten and raped in Brooklyn building's boiler room by man in maintenance uniform. [Daily News]

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