Artist puts rat mosaics in potholes, BK’s roller disco artifacts, Bed-Stuy coffee shop funds non profit (and more links)

Artist fills potholes in Manhattan, Brooklyn with ‘Vermin of New York’-themed mosaics [Pix 11]
Exhibit showcases Brooklyn’s roller disco artifacts [Brooklyn Paper]
Bed-Stuy radical coffee shop founds educational nonprofit [Brooklyn Daily Eagle]
For $440K, an 1BR a block away from the Brooklyn Museum [Curbed NY]
The MTA told a woman to call 911 on a very good dog [Gothamist]
‘Half a Picture,’ new exhibit takes a feminist look at Brooklyn Museum’s collection [BK Reader]
New mural coming to Sunset Park’s Bush Terminal [Brooklyn Daily Eagle]
Chinese artist Qieer Wang portrays mental illness and more in her art [Greenpointers]
Goal! How the World Cup scored big for Brooklyn hospitality [The Bridge]
One of Seattle’s most acclaimed chefs is headed to Brooklyn for a night [Grub Street]

And, the legendary comic book writer Paul Levitz unmasks horror lurking in Brooklyn.

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