Stephen Brown departs — a video tribute

for The Brooklyn Paper

Legendary reporter Stephen Brown has left us, but he leaves behind a trail of broken stories, broken hearts and broken promises about letting us watch his black Lab. Join us in our musical tribute to this fine journalist.

Reader Feedback

Mary Beth from WT says:
Sad to see you go, Stephen. Thanks for your great work!

Keep it going.
Dec. 9, 2010, 1:55 pm
Rina Deych, RN from Boro Park says:
How sad! Thank you, Stephen, for all you've done to expose the issues. I wish you the best of luck in all future endeavors. We, as animal advocates and proponents for accountability in Prospect Park, are losing a true advocate and hero.
Rina Deych, RN and Wildlife Rehabilitator
Dec. 10, 2010, 6:45 am

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