Bicyclist in Brooklyn, file photo/BklynerBikes have always been a source of free transportation, a way to exercise without a gym membership, and an excellent alternative to exploring the city on foot. At this strange crossroads, however, biking is also a necessity for thousands of Brooklyn residents deemed essential workers.
[Updated: Monday, June 12, 5:45pm] A representative of St. Francis College in Brooklyn Heights has confirmed that the college is not merging with St. Francis Xavier School in Park Slope as previously reported, and has no involvement with the mural’s removal. See full update here [/st-francis-college-not-merging-with-st-francis-xavier-school-not-involved-with-mural-removal/] . BKLYNER spoke
Photo by Anton Klepikov via Facebook [https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=558078610892057&set=br.AbpT52rZJvQzw7eGxl-KyQaHu5tkofrRvUHJCbjj9cFQwJq73WdFJsyqyMxhJlUwta7dD31OXqwU3Ld2a6jW2K9xezlcQsvWE9UjpkIKERL9IY-zPFSCwbB9uYDxz4S5ArJFsn8WooeNHJwegi5iL7GSsYaEw15icltSBtTVUDYzPoxyNeeYKEM6o-2Lqsu6kXDAowGQlrEczWjWx-FrDB5dfOdsJ_i9JS-jTkgcgrM-LJMKpPbVQEudYgNAupCYakY&type=3&theater] [Updated: Monday, June 12, 5:45pm] A representative of St. Francis College in Brooklyn Heights has confirmed that the colle