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🌱 Teenage Girl Killed in Shooting + Protecting Brooklyn’s Coastline

Hey, buddies! It’s me, Carlie Houser, your host of the Brooklyn Daily — again in your inbox with all a very powerful issues occurring domestically. Including updates on…

  • Men charged for bishop theft
  • Young lady shot and killed
  • Preventing one other Sandy

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Here are the highest tales at the moment in Brooklyn:

A 17-year-old lady was shot and killed outdoors of her house constructing yesterday in Crown Heights. A bunch of younger women had been gathered on their stoop round 6:30 p.m. when two males approached them on scooters and began taking pictures. The 17-year-old was struck in the face, caught by her cousin who held her till ambulances arrived to convey the sufferer to Brookdale Hospital. Unfortunately she was unable to be saved. Police are nonetheless in search of the shooters.

New York Daily News

A decade after Sandy, a $52 billion local weather vulnerability plan goals to convey security to Brooklyn shores. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers introduced on Monday that sea partitions, storm surge boundaries, and moveable sea gates could also be coming to flood-prone elements of Brooklyn and Queens. In partnership with native companies together with the New York Department of Environmental Conservation and the Mayor’s Office of Climate and Environmental Justice, the Army Corps plans to erect everlasting storm surge boundaries alongside weak stretches of Brooklyn’s coast; some locations, like Red Hood and Coney Island, are nonetheless recovering from Sandy ten years later.

Brooklyn Paper

New York Live highlights hidden bookstore in Greenpoint with a special backstory. The first, Hey Kids! Comics was started by a father and son during the pandemic; keeping in the tradition of NYC sidewalk bookselling, this duo brought paperback joy during tough times and decided to expand the business. Jason and his son also expanded their bookselling efforts, opening up a second, hidden location inside a run-of-the-mill bodega on Manhattan Ave. But instead of comic books, this secret spot has shelves filled with sci-fi, pulp fiction, and other paperback classics.

NBC New York

Two males have been charged for a mid-sermon theft of Bishop Lamor M. Whitehead. In July, the Brooklyn bishop was giving a livestream sermon when two gunmen invaded the space and stole his chains, rings, watches, and jewellery proper off his individual. In entrance of a shocked crowd, the perpetrators escaped in broad daylight. Juwan Anderson and Say-Quan Pollack, each 23, had been arrested by a joint process drive of the New York Police Department and the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and charged in federal court docket with one depend of utilizing drive or concern to commit a theft and one depend of conspiracy to do this. Both males pleaded not-guilty in federal court docket in Brooklyn yesterday.

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Today in Brooklyn:

  • Decolonized Dishes: Tartang Talong with Saticoy Depot, Today @ 6 p.m. | Details
  • Billion Oyster Party, Brooklyn Navy Yard, Today @ 7 p.m. | Details
  • NYC Is Dead, Comedy & Brass Music, The Gutter, Today @ 8 p.m. | Details
  • Zoso – The Ultimate Led Zeppelin Experience, Brooklyn Bowl, Today @ 8 p.m. | Details

🐝 Brooklyn Buzz:

  • Do Fall with the Brooklyn Museum: Current and upcoming programming contains reveals of the late Virgil Abloh, Oscay yi Hou, Theirry Mugler, Arts of Asia and the Islamic World, and a slew of different superb artists. Don’t miss out, be taught extra on the hyperlink. (Brooklyn Daily Eagle)
  • On-Demand Cannabis Delivery Launch: “After watching their trucks get towed away a few weeks ago, getting the run around by city officials and watching all the other weed trucks get released and flooding the streets of New York City, Uncle Budd did what any Harlem native would do. The Unclee Budd team kept it moving by launching a dope new Uber Eats-style app where you can donate and be gifted a carefully curated selection of the city’s finest cannabis products.” (stupidDOPE.com)
  • 5 Open Houses in Brooklyn space: “See the addresses, photos, prices and bedroom/bath information for all properties listed — including a house with 9 beds and 3 baths for $1.7 million, and another with 3 beds and 3 baths for $719,000” on the hyperlink. (Brooklyn Patch)

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Carlie Houser

About me: I’m a latest grad primarily based in Brooklyn, NY. I like to write down, run, learn, and discover new eating places and venues across the metropolis.

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