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Brooklyn BP Urges Community to Help Fight K2 ‘Epidemic,’ Bodegas Raided

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams speaks about K2 at a press conference on Tuesday (Photo: Nicole Disser)

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams speaks about K2 at a press conference on Tuesday
(Photo: Nicole Disser)

When we arrived at the intersection of Myrtle and Broadway today, the often hectic meeting point of Bushwick and Bed-Stuy was even more chaotic than usual– midday traffic jams were in full effect as trains rattled overhead at the JMZ transfer point and a crowd had gathered to hear a press conference held by Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams. The racket was so loud that it was nearly impossible to hear at times, but the commotion was nothing compared to what went down here yesterday, when 33 people were plucked up from the area and rushed to the hospital after a “mass overdose.”

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Bushwick Inlet Park Advocates Camped Out, Demanded S’more Progress on Negotiations

(Photo: Luisa Rollenhagen)

(Photo: Luisa Rollenhagen)

On Saturday evening, about 40 neighborhood activists and elected officials braved the ominously dark clouds in the sky and gathered on the concrete slab adjacent to the massive CitiStorage site on N 12th and Kent Street. Armed with sleeping bags, blankets, warm clothing, snacks, lawn chairs, and a banner proclaiming “Where Is My Park?”, they had one in-tent: to get property owner Norman Brodsky and the city to reach a deal to turn the property into parkland, once and for all.

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