1. Weather: Temperatures will be in the low 70s most of the week, with a chance of rain on Tuesday.
2. Alternate side of the street parking regulations and meter rules will be in full effect the entire week.
4. On Tuesday, September 16, 7:30pm, Greenlight Bookstores presents a reading by
David Mitchell of his best-selling book The Bone Clocks, in conversation with John Freeman
Tickets $30 (includes a copy of The Bone Clocks). David Mitchell is the internationally bestselling author of Cloud Atlas (which was made into a major motion picture) and The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet, which he presented to a sweaty packed house at Greenlight Bookstore in the summer of 2010. His highly anticipated new novel The Bone Clocks is a stunning epic spanning 60 years that will thrill and entertain its readers while asking profound questions about mortality, legacy, and the future of the world. Mitchell will discuss his book with author, critic and editor John Freeman, and sign books for all fans in attendance. St. Josephs College is located at 245 Clinton Avenue (between Dekalb and Willoughby), Brooklyn. Click here to purchase tickets.
5. On Wednesday, September 17, at 2:00pm, the Partnership for a Healthier Brooklyn at Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation invite you to attend our Quarterly Brooklyn Coalition Meeting. It is an opportunity to hear about the work of the Partnership and how we are working to make the healthy choice the easy choice. Come out and hear from 2014 Grantees, meet representatives from organizations…click here for more information!
6. On Wednesday, September 17, from 7:00pm 9:00pm, MoCADA presents Public Exchange Film Screening: Trouble the Water, a redemptive tale of two self-described street hustlers who become heroes. Nominated for an Academy Award for best feature documentary, the film takes you inside Hurricane Katrina in a way never before seen on screen. The screening will be held at Ingersoll Community Center, located at 177 Myrtle Ave, Brooklyn, NY.
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