Original air date: 1/10/2011 On this episode of Brooklyn Review: The recent blizzard left some Brooklyn streets blocked for more than three days and residents are digging for answers as to why their neighborhoods were neglected for so long; major changes are coming to the F train to make way for the rehabilitation of the Smith-Ninth Street station?but the multiple station closures has some passengers a little rattled; a brand of cigarettes designed just for Williamsburg? R.J. Reynolds? newest marketing campaign has some anti-smoking advocates asking why this Brooklyn neighborhood is being singled out; after months of wrangling in Congress, the 9/11 Health Bill was passed and signed into law. We hear from one of Brooklyn?s Bravest about the impact the law will have; we visit a boxing program in Flatbush Gardens that puts New York City police officers and teenagers in the ring, and on the same side; The Stars of NY Dance gathered favorite local celebrities as they showed off some fancy foot-work, all for a worthy cause. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Brooklyn Review. ;http://www.bricartsmedia.org/bitmoreless
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