Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Drag Queens at the Library, ePrix Coming to Brooklyn, Woman Who Hired a Hit Man and More Brooklyn Briefs

- Brooklyn Public Library brings drag queens, kids together for story hour. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- Brooklyn judge sanctions city lawyer for 600 objections in disastrous deposition of NYPD cop. [Daily News]

- Brooklyn Seltzer Boys delivers NY nostalgia in a bottle. [Crains]

- International ePrix Formula E Car Championship coming to Brooklyn expected to draw thousands. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- Retired NYPD cops upset about overturned Brooklyn convictions – and millions in settlement money. [Pix11]

- 17-year-old stabbed in the neck outside East NY high school. [Daily News]

- Brooklyn woman accused of hiring hit man to kill husband to obtain insurance money faces life without parole. [Daily News]

- Residents suing the city over the planned opening of a controversial Crown Heights homeless shelter say they’re close to an agreement. [DNAinfo]

- NYCHA trains residents for well-paying jobs in construction at Brooklyn's City Tech. [Brooklyn Eagle]

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