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.
The two new vaporizers would join a fleet of six 54-year-old vaporizers already operating at the NorthBrooklyn facility ... “We are steps away from the Newtown Creek, an EPA Superfund, looking over at CooperPark [Houses] and the North Brooklyn communities that have long been burdened with the toxic legacy of our nation’s industrial past.”.
On Friday the 21st a woman who allegedly told three Jewish children in Brooklyn last week, “Hitler should have killed you all,” was arrested by the NYPD... 14. The boy was playing with his siblings, ages 7 and 2, outside Kehal Tiferes Avrohom Ziditshov, an Orthodox synagogue on Avenue P in Brooklyn’s MarinePark neighborhood ... .
Related Articles. Culver’s in Eastlake building restaurant, team ... (Others are in FairviewPark, Brooklyn and Akron.) The restaurant group blends the all-you-can-eat concept with sushi and hibachi, which, on the surface, is crazy; those are maybe the first two things that come to mind when it comes to food that’s necessarily made to order ... Hours.