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a borough of New York City

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He also reflects on the status of his home borough Though some of his fellow longtime Brooklynites are opposed to the rapid changes going on around them, he believes this is the natural progression of things.
Lost, leftist Brooklynites, we had crossed the newly built Verrazano-Narrows Bridge and landed in the reddest, most politically right district seemingly within 500 miles of New York City.
Engaged Brooklynite Piper Chapman's wild past comes back to haunt her as she is arrested and sent to a federal penitentiary for the 10-year-old crime of transporting money for her then drug-dealing girlfriend.
It's also something I am now ordering when I am away from The Brooklynite, or even after a shift.
The Brooklynite was spotted in Bryant Park flaunting a pair of pink and purple striped Paul Smiths that he wore at his wedding.
The Brooklynite was just 13 when a neighbour heard him playing and introduced him to her 16-year-old son, Howard Greenfield, an aspiring poet and lyricist.
So, when I first read about Theophilus London, the 24-year-old Brooklynite who, according to the buzz, is becoming a sort of a sensation in rap and hip-hop circles, I hesitated from rushing to listen to him.
Khan outclassed the quick Malignaggi in front of 4,500 fight fans, beating the Brooklynite at his own game.
As a native Brooklynite I know this to be true--these communities are still struggling to heal.
A self-proclaimed "recovering Brooklynite," Annie was born in Georgia and married a New Yorker.
Just after we meet, while walking down the street, Rossen is stopped by a goateed Brooklynite.
It is not surprising that Brooklynite Jones, with strong earthy, bluesy vocals, hails from Georgia and sang in church.
In the first and longer work, The Stoic's Marriage, a well-off forty-eight-year-old Spanish Catholic first-generation Brooklynite named Gordon narrates via diary entries the course of his ideal, then absurdist, then, as deceits and high jinks pile up, surreal marriage to a fetching thirty-six-year-old Filipina, Rita, who is newly arrived in America and served as his dying mother's favorite health aide.
I Love Hip Hop in Morocco' came about after American Brooklynite Josh Asen, on a Fulbright fellowship to research hip-hop, wandered through the souqs of the Marrakech medina and found a world of inspiration.
30am to the music which he scored from Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill, the Brooklynite sprayed Champagne over the expectant crowd before delighting them with a set peppered with hits from throughout his 17-year career.