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March 30, 2017

 

 
Today in Brooklyn
Beautifying Fourth Avenue: Task Force Formed
It’s One of the Busiest Thoroughfares in B’klyn

By Paula Katinas
Brooklyn Daily Eagle

SUNSET PARK — When Sunset Park High School was in its planning stages, Community Board 7 formed a task force composed of civic and business leaders to work with the {read more...}

Kevin Spacey Is Richard III in BAM Production
‘Part Groucho Marx, Part Moammar Gadhafi’

By Marc Kennedy
Associated Press

FORT GREENE — After more than three hours of Richard III at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, after all the death and bloodshed has finally given way to peace, one thought quickly comes to mind: Will someone please cut Kevin Spacey down?

As the victorious Richmond speaks the play’s final lines, Spacey’s Richard is behind him, hanging from his ankles over the stage like a side of beef. It’s yet another sign of how {read more...}

Wave Gang, Hoodstarz Indicted in Brooklyn
JAY STREEET (AP) — Prosecutors say more than three dozen members of two feuding gangs have been indicted following a reign of terror in Brownsville, Brooklyn.

The office of Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes says the bloodshed resulted in the deaths {read more...}




Facing More Charges, Espada Trial Begins Next Week in Brooklyn
CADMAN PLAZA EAST (AP) — A former New York state senator and his son are facing new charges in their federal corruption case in Downtown Brooklyn.

Prosecutors said Wednesday that a revised indictment accuses Pedro Espada Jr. and his son, Pedro G. Espada, with lying about their incomes and profits at their federally funded health {read more...}

Fire at Pratt Institute Professor’s NJ Summer Home Reveals Child Porn
By Wayne Parry
Associated Press

EAGLESWOOD TOWNSHIP, N.J. — A single magazine from the 1970s with pornographic images of pre-pubescent girls was enough to get a Brooklyn architecture professor arrested after firefighters found it while battling a blaze in his home at {read more...}

In Quick Turnaround, Design for New Heights Building Gets OK From LPC
Changes Made Win Unanimous Approval From Commissioners

By Linda Collins
Brooklyn Daily Eagle

MANHATTAN — In a one-week turnaround, changes made to the design of a new Brooklyn Heights residential building were approved by the Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) on Tuesday.

It was {read more...}

Gelman Gets 200 Years for Brooklyn Stab Spree
By Colleen Long
Associated Press

BROOKLYN — A 24-year-old man who admitted killing four people and wounding four others in a stabbing rampage in New York City last winter was sentenced to 200 years in prison Wednesday as he cackled and insulted {read more...}

Ridge Boulevard Home Demolished, Leaving Flood of Memories Behind
By Paula Katinas
Brooklyn Eagle

Bay Ridge — Giulia Melucci said she’s never going to drive down Ridge Boulevard again. “Too painful,” she said.

Passing the corner of Ridge and 77th Street would be particularly difficult these days for Melucci, a writer, because she would look up and see a walled-up construction pit where her beautiful home used to be.

Melucci, whose memoir I Loved, I Lost, I Made Spaghetti was published in 2009, grew up in a house at 7624 Ridge Boulevard. {read more...}


 



 

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