Brooklyn is a given name that has increased in popularity for girls in the United States and Canada in recent years. It has occasionally been used as a name in honor of Brooklyn, the New York City borough, but is usually regarded as simply a combination of the names Brook or Brooke, a name derived from an English surname meaning "one who lives near a brook" and the suffix -lyn, which is an element in other popular contemporary names in the United States such as Kaitlyn.
The name was the 26th most popular name for baby girls in the United States in 2014 and was the 16th most popular name for baby girls born in British Columbia, Canada in 2006. Spelling variants include, but are not limited to, Brook Lynn, Brooke Lynn, Brookelynn, Brookelynne, Brooklynn and Brooklynne.
Santigold first hinted at a collaboration in an interview with NME, saying she "may also do something with Jay-Z, it's kind of secret - it's not for anything, it's just 'cause we want to." The collaboration contains a sample of Santigold's track "Shove It", in the same vein as Jay-Z and T.I.'s "Swagga Like Us", which samples M.I.A.'s "Paper Planes". However, in "Brooklyn Go Hard", Santigold provides another new verse.
and found the tractor trailer in the left eastbound lane with fire and smoke emitting from the top of the opened vehicle. Valley Stream’s Engine 2 from nearby BrooklynAvenue parked in the westbound lane and stretched hose lines, but was not able to get to the seat of ...
BrooklynNets owner Joe Tsai has been revealed as the mystery buyer who snapped up two full-floor condos at 220CentralParkSouth in deal worth more than $157 million. Brooklyn Nets owner Joe Tsai has been revealed as the mystery buyer who snapped up two full-floor condos on the ...
... guests, private dining rooms and entertaining spaces, an expansive fitness center with a swimming pool and spa, on-site parking, wine cellars and storage, according to the listing. Joe Tsai at a BrooklynNets game against the Philadelphia 76ers at Barclays Center on Dec.
He often sneers at Manhattan’s CentralPark, recently deriding its “elitism” in explaining his preference for the “egalitarian” Prospect Park in Brooklyn... Jed Walentas, a prominent Brooklyn builder, solicited donations for the campaign. At one pointAdams even declared “I am real estate” on account of the Brooklyn multifamily building he owns.