Monday, May 12, 2008
I will make a very brief appearance on BCAT's Brooklyn Review show tonight, in the second segment mentioned below. Here's the segment, mostly about the Third & Bond blog on Brownstoner
(That's me interviewed by Brooklyn Review producer Megan Donis, at the 6th Avenue Bridge. In the segment, Donis makes the point I made to her, that the Third & Bond project is far less controversial than AY because it doesn't require any special approvals.)
Brooklyn Review (Brooklyn's Only News Magazine)
Premiere: Monday, May 12 at at 9pm (Time Warner 56/Cablevision 69)
Encore Presentations: Thursday, May 15 at 1pm & 9pm; Friday, May 16 at 3pm & 11pm
On this episode, Brooklyn Review’s team of reporters explores tension between the African American and Jewish communities in Crown Heights; looks at the role real estate and watchdog blogs are playing in Brooklyn development; visits a Bensonhurst high school where students are examining the ethics of war through live interviews with survivors; checks out the Sakura Matsuri cherry blossom festival at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden; and samples the borough’s tastiest foods at the Chamber of Commerce’s annual Brooklyn Eats event.
Also: A Walk Around the Blog segment with Kinetic Carnival introduces us to a Coney Island community garden threatened by big development.