🌱 Push Against Greenpoint Plant + Court Street Theater

0

Happy Saturday, Brooklyn! I’m your host Patrick Murray here with 3 new tracks to start your weekend.


First, today’s weather forecast:

Heavy snow early with highs of 20 and lows of 13.


Here are the top stories in Brooklyn today:

  1. Environmental activists urge the state to block a permit that would grant a controversial upgrade to a Greenpoint natural gas plant. National Grid’s plant plans include adding two new liquid gas vaporizers. Environmental groups are fighting to prevent new fossil-fuel machines from being set up in the city. (THE CITY)
  2. Regal UA attributed the closure of the long-running Court Street Theater on lease disagreements. The company claimed it was unable to complete negotiations with the landlord for fair and sustainable rent. Although often bringing a rowdy environment to life, the theater was loved by many downtown Brooklyn residents. (Brooklyn Daily Eagle)
  3. LaGuardia Airport recently received major upgrades at Terminal B, which serves American Airlines, JetBlue, Air Canada and many other major airlines. Improvements include a new west airbridge, as well as a second concourse. (Brooklyn Daily Eagle)

Today in Brooklyn:

  • Celebrating the Year of the Tiger at the Sunset Park Library. (10am)
  • Pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinic for children. (10:30 a.m.)
  • Popped Collar Comedy, free stand-up on House party cafe and lounge. (9 p.m.)

From my notebook:

  • Generous donations have continually enabled the Brooklyn Community Foundation do a great job for the community. (Facebook)
  • A new 274-unit building planned at 275, rue Lorimer in Williamsburg. (New YorkYIMBY)
  • More snow is expected to fall this weekend as New York comes under winter storm watch. (AMNI)

More from our sponsors – please support the local news!

Advertisement :

Other classified ads:


Do you like the Brooklyn Daily? Here are all the ways you can get more involved:


You’re all caught up for today! See you soon.

Patrick Murray

Share.

Comments are closed.