On the latest edition of Brooklyn Paper Radio, legendary Brooklyn comic book artist Dean Haspiel, whose new strip “The Red Hook” was featured in this scintillating breakdown of it on your own Brook
“Wait I second,” Kuntzman said. “They refused to let me write ‘Murder at the Co-op’ there.”
That play will be produced this summer during the next Fringe Festival in Gaphattan.
Haspiel assured listeners that, despite what Gersh thinks, the retreat is not just a bunch or writers having sex, no matter what its other famous alumni might have written.
Also on the show, former Councilman David Yassky reasserted his claims that President Clinton’s crime bill was not responsible for the incarceration of young black men since it was signed into law in 1994.
Yassky, who wrote about he topic in the New York Times, claimed the bill only allowed police departments across the country put more boots on the ground, and it was the rampant use of stop and frisk — which wasn’t mandated by the bill — that ended up putting people behind bars and ultimately, led to the death of minor crime offender Eric Garner on Staten Island.
Kuntzman, meanwhile, pointed out Clinton claim historic crime drops were because of his bill and in the same breath take no responsibility for the collateral dammage.
Finally, the world learned that, according to a as-of-yet-unpublished story by new Courier Life politics columnist Julianne Cuba, state Sen. Marty Golden, a Republican from Bay Ridge, plans to endorse Donald Trump for President.
“That’s a big deal,” Kuntzman told Deputy Editor Max Jaeger when he broke the story on the air.
But you’ll have to read all about it this Thursday on Brook
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