Thursday, March 2, 2017

'Muslim Slayer' Threatens Mosque; Shot in the Back in Bushwick; Catsimatidis Explores Run for Mayor; and More Brooklyn Briefs

The Fort Greene Park Conservancy and Eric Frazier Productions will present the first-ever Fort Greene Park Winter Jazz Festival, at The Five Spot on March 12.
- A woman was shot in the back while walking on a Bushwick street Wednesday afternoon. [NBC News 4]

- Fire rips through Brooklyn family’s nearly-finished new home, further displacing them less than five years after Hurricane Sandy. [Daily News]

- Five (more) important takeaways from Brooklyn Heights Assn's annual meeting. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- Police hunt for ‘Muslim Slayer’ who threatened Brooklyn mosque. [Daily News]

- Brooklyn BP Eric Adams launched the website for the 2017 edition of Dine In Brooklyn. 60 restaurants have signed up so far.  [Dine In Brooklyn]

- The curious case of the woman walking along the train track in Brooklyn. [NY Post]

- Bitingly funny 'Skin of Our Teeth' at Theatre for a New Audience's Polonsky Shakespeare Center. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- Meet the people who spend countless hours making the macabre masks of J'ouvert and the sexy spandex of the West Indian Parade. [Vice]

- John Catsimatidis is exploring another run for the position of mayor. [Gothamist]

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