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Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019

The family of an 11-year-old Brooklyn boy known internationally as one of the city’s most talked about drag queens continues to receive death threats, as well as investigatory visits from city social workers, weeks after writers for conservative and pro-life websites ignited a firestorm over his recent performance at a Williamsburg bar. Comment
This musical takes the crown for oddest premise! Comment

Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019

Borough-wide

Silence on statue sparks concern: Locals worry cemetery may go rogue after refusing meeting about controversial monument

Green-Wood Cemetery leaders may be backing out of their promise to consult the community before installing a statue of a polarizing doctor in the burial ground, according to critics of the sculpture, who said a graveyard bigwig recently shot down their request for a sitdown about the fate of the monument to gynecologist J. Marion Sims. Comment
They sure play a mean pinball! Comment

Monday, Jan. 14, 2019

Mean Streets

Drunk driver from Marine Park prison-bound for leaving friend to die in fiery crash

A drunk driver will spend at least four years in state prison after leaving his friend to die in a fiery, Greenwood Heights crash in 2017. Comments (1)
Event

Sweet scene: Butterscotch comedy celebrates second anniversary

This smooth show has stood the test of time. Comment
Contractors this week kicked off a two-year-plus project to install elevators and make other handicap-accessible improvements to Prospect Heights’s Eastern Parkway–Brooklyn Museum subway station. Comments (1)
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