December 31, 2007 / The Brooklyn Paper in Brooklyn, Iowa

Brooklyn goes Brooklyn

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Brooklyn Paper Editor Gersh Kuntzman is used to covering Brooklyn — but now he’s heading 1,000 miles west to the so-called “other Brooklyn” to cover the presidential caucuses from Brooklyn, Iowa, population 1,200.

“As I’ve always said, ‘Nobody covers Brooklyn like The Brooklyn Paper.’ Fortunately, I’ve never specified the state,” said Kuntzman, who scored his first interBrooklyn exclusive when Mayor Loren Rickard, a Republican, confessed that he would break with his party to support Illinois Democratic Sen. Barack Obama at Thursday night’s big event.

Kuntzman will be in the rural, eastern Iowa town all week, churning out copy and daily video updates. Catch all the action at

Updated 4:34 pm, July 9, 2018
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