Michael Jackson Cult to Open Chapel in Brooklyn

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    LOS ANGELES - JUNE 25: A fan wears a Michael Jackson t-shirt outside the UCLA medical Center on June 25, 2009 in Los Angeles, California. Jackson, 50, the iconic pop star, died after going into cardiac arrest in a hospital today in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Michal Czerwonka/Getty Images)

    A Clinton Hill Resident spotted 10-12 young girls carrying Tish James’ campaign signs and shouting at her opponent’s workers, “You should work for Dee! She pays gooood!” [Clinton Hill Blog]

    An artist of Michael Jackson art is opening a chapel for the Cult of Michael Jackson, "despite the tragic passing of the object of [their] obsession." [Free Williamsburg]

    Burger lovers in Park Slope did a “burger corner block off,” which has nothing to do with clogged arteries. [FIPS]

    After posting an old photo of two “stoner dudes,” a blogger gets the 20-year old story of heroics. [Found in Brooklyn]

    In response to the elimination of Sunday hours at Brooklyn Public Libraries, The Branch Group has opened a “temporary, free library space” where anyone can visit on Sundays through October in a parking lot on Myrtle Avenue. [Brokelyn]

    A BB gun sniper has been terrorizing the residents of Seabreeze Plaza. [Courier Life]

    Buy a condo priced over $2 million and you might wind up with an Audi A4 in your parking space. [Curbed]

    So we know what the subway riders are reading. But what does it all really mean? [Flavorwire]