Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Brooklyn Heights Association Awards Activists; Bed-Stuy Girl Best Doodler in NY; Katz's Deli and More Brooklyn Briefs

- Brooklyn Heights Association looks at BQX, honors community activists at annual meeting. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- Bomb threat at Midwood HS empties school for a while. [NBC]

- Sixth-grader Gwendolyn McNamara of Bedford-Stuyvesant won the New York State Doodle 4 Google Competition. [Daily News]

- Is this Brooklyn’s Jack the Ripper? [Daily Beast]

- "Weirdo disco king" Arthur Russell's archive of photographs, lyrics and unreleased music will go on display at Brooklyn Academy of Music. [OKPlayer]

- Katz’s Delicatessen to open Brooklyn outpost in April. [amNY]

- Wicked woman robs date at gunpoint. [Brooklyn Paper]

- Supporters and opponents alike amazed that Trump's first speech to Congress was delivered in normal tones with no odd facial twitches. [Politico]

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