🌱 New Restaurant Debuts On Nostrand Ave + Subway Slashing

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Happy Friday, Bed-Stuy! Here's everything you need to know about what's happening today.

First, today's weather:

Breezy with clouds breaking. High: 42 Low: 12.

Here are the top stories in Bed-Stuy today:

  1. Depart of Culture Opens in Bed-Stuy With Nigerian Food (Eater NY)

  2. Bed-Stuy's Brooklyn Movement Center Wins $100K Prize (Bed-Stuy Patch)

  3. Man, 77, slashed during dispute on subway in Brooklyn (WPIX 11 New York)

  4. Only 1 Bed-Stuy Eatery To Join NYC Restaurant Week 2022 (Bed-Stuy Patch)

  5. Bed-Stuy Area Events: See What's Coming Up This Weekend (Bed-Stuy Patch)

  6. Bed-Stuy Weekend Weather Forecast (Bed-Stuy Patch)

  7. Bed-Stuy Tutoring Service Launches Scholarship in Memory of Donor (Brooklyn Reader)

  8. Bed-Stuy's Playground Coffee Calls on Neighbors for Help Keeping Doors Open (Brooklyn Reader)

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Today in Bed-Stuy:

  • The Borough of Shuls and Delis: Finding your roots in Jewish Brooklyn (10:00 AM)

  • Virtual English Conversation Group - Brooklyn Public Library (10:30 AM)

  • Virtual French Conversation Group - Brooklyn Public Library (11:00 AM)

  • Knit Together - Brooklyn Public Library (11:00 AM)

  • Chair Yoga: Strengthen Your Body & Breathe (11:00 AM)

  • Microsoft Excel Basics - Brooklyn Public Library (11:00 AM)

  • Meditation, Spirituality, Faith and Self-Knowledge (12:30 PM)

  • Kids Create: Grab & Go Craft - Brooklyn Public Library (2:00 PM)

  • Grab & Go Crafts - Brooklyn Public Library (2:00 PM)

  • Grab-and-Go: Kids Create - Brooklyn Public Library (3:00 PM)

  • Grab n go Fridays - Brooklyn Public Library (3:00 PM)

  • Teen Grab & Go Kits - Brooklyn Public Library (4:00 PM)

  • Jackbox Party Games - Brooklyn Public Library (4:00 PM)

  • Kids Coding: Block Coding - Brooklyn Public Library (4:00 PM)

  • Teen Book Club Book Art Expression and Crafts on Discord (4:00 PM)

  • Acting Out! Improv for Teens and Tweens (4:00 PM)

From my notebook:

  • New York Crusaders: "Watch Crusaders WR @eli440432 Elijah Keaton perform at the Brooklyn Hot 100 Combine hosted in partnership with @playerpager.College recruits here is a great athlete ready to put in work at the next level!#newyorkcrusaders⚔️ #nycrusa..." (Instagram)

  • Weeksville Heritage Center: "Weeksville will serve as a pop-up Covid-19 vaccination and testing site January 12-15 and again January 19-22. Check the link in our bio for more information." (Facebook)

  • FAB Fulton: "The 36th Annual Brooklyn Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. from BAM will be expanded to include a variety of free in-person and streamed events for community members of all ages and interests: https://bam.org/mlk22-rsvp" (Facebook)

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Anna Quinn

About me: Hello readers! My name is Anna Quinn and I cover all things Park Slope, Bed-Stuy, Crown Heights and Prospect Heights for Patch. I've also covered the west side of Manhattan and 14 other Brooklyn neighborhoods during my time as a Patch reporter. I'm a former Hearst Connecticut reporter, a Loyola Maryland grad and a general news junkie. Tell me your stories at anna.quinn@patch.com and follow @AnnaQuinnPatch on Twitter to read mine.

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