Monday May 13
For Whom The Cowbell Tolls
In-state running back Dontavian Lee gives MSU three commits
On Friday, Dan Mullen and company gained their third commitment for the 2014 class and their second commitment this week when Dontavian Lee , a running back from Forrest County AHS in Brooklyn, Mississippi, pledged to the Bulldogs.
Wed May 08, 2013
Park Slope Stoop
Freshly Squeezed In The Slope: The Juice Bar Round-Up
While smoothies were the "it" drink of the '90s, freshly pressed, pulverized, and macerated juices are quickly becoming today's current health craze.
The Brooklyn Paper
Big Brother has it 'E-Z': City now tracking cars through local streets thanks to E-ZPass
An E-ZPass reader on Atlantic Avenue and Boerum Place, which the city says is being used to track "aggregate data" as cars pass beneath it.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
SF Classical Voice
Classical Music Reinvented (Again): Brooklyn Comes to L.A.
Two weeks ago, the Los Angeles Philharmonic hosted its Brooklyn Festival, providing a West Coast showcase for the music of some of America's hottest young composers, dozens of whom have congregated in the New York borough over the past decade.
The Miami Herald
New from Darcy James Argue's Secret Society and LL Cool J
What does Brooklyn sound like? While the fashionably clad, underemployed youth of Lena Dunham's "Girls" may spring to mind given the New York City borough's pop cultural footprint, bandleader Darcy James Argue paints a broader picture of a time and place than any TV series could hope.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Brooklynites Blame the G Train for Dating Disasters
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Man indicted on sex charges
A Forrest County grand jury indicted a Brooklyn man for sexual battery and failure to register as a sex offender.
Tue Apr 23, 2013
Folk Duo Belle Mare on Their New EP and Unexpected Influences
London songstress Amelia Bushell met New York-based musician Thomas Servidone at an open mic night in Brooklyn, and the two have been making music ever since.
Sun Apr 21, 2013
Sid Salter: Robinson biopic '42' sheds light on Miss. connection
A Mississippi baseball manager -- one with an acknowledged background that included less than progressive racial views early in his life -- played a pivotal role in bringing the first black player to America's pastime.