Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Massive New Ronnie Fieg Store; New Soup Dumpling Restaurant; and More Brooklyn Briefs

Seen in Upstate NY. Photo by MK Metz
  - Ronnie Fieg has opened a massive new store designed with Snarkitecture in Prospect Heights. (Besides sneakers and clothing, the new store also boasts New York’s very first cereal bar.) [Forbes]

- Brooklyn teen is out of jail on $1 million bail after he stabbed his allegedly abusive father to death to protect himself and his siblings. [People]

- A soup dumpling restaurant in opening in Downtown Brooklyn! [Gothamist]

- Thrill-seeker busted in Brooklyn for climbing 200-foot antenna. [NY Post]

- DOE to rezone overcrowded P.S. 8 in Brooklyn Heights, DUMBO. [Brooklyn Eagle]

- Opponents of "makeshift slaughterhouses" on Brooklyn sidewalks duked it out in court Tuesday with Jewish leaders over religious ritual that involves the killing of 50,000 chickens. [Daily News]

- Brooklyn crowd disses wrestling Divas at WWE's  three-day run at Barclay's Center. [Auburnpub]

A woman in Dyker Heights says that wasps have taken over her street and the city isn't doing anything about it. [CBS]

- Sounds about right: New York City ranked one of the worst places to retire in 2015. [Brooklyn Eagle]

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