Oct. 5: Occupy Wall St. Protests Grow

Fort Greene union members and activists take to the streets.

1. Protests against what many call Wall Street's corruption and greed continue to spread from coast to coast—as well as right here in Brooklyn. Members of Families United Against Racism and Economic Equality plan to meet at 3:30 p.m. today at their headquarters on Willoughby Street to make their voices heard, joining members of TWU Local 100 and others in showing their support to the movement.

2. Though Phil Donahue was not able to make , Irondale Center reports that Sadie Sullivan of the Brooklyn Historical Society did an excellent job filling in. Congrats, Sadie!

3. Enjoy the melodious sounds of —with Djibril on bass, Doron Lev on the drums, and Daniel Haedike on the guitar—tonight at , 132 Greene Ave. in Clinton Hill.

4. The Threepenny Opera .

5. Alternate side parking rules are in effect.

CHRISTOPHER RICHARD October 05, 2011 at 10:48 AM
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