Wednesday’s print edition

May 9, 2012 Brooklyn Eagle Staff
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Brooklyn lost another great one yesterday. Maurice Sendak checked out, leaving us a legacy of wild rumpuses and stories that don’t apologize for the anguish and joy of childhood. Will we ever forget, “They roared their terrible roars and gnashed their terrible teeth and rolled their terrible eyes and showed their terrible claws”?

Well, life goes on — and so does the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. There’s been an Eagle in Brooklyn ever since 1841, and a new one’s printed — just for you — every weekday morning. If you followed yesterday, you read a lot, but there’s more. Today’s print edition includes the every-Wednesday InBrooklyn section, with a week-long calendar of Brooklyn’s very best events.

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