Weekend Link-Up: Sunday

November 23, 2014 | Bucky Turco

Street artist Flood and graffiti writer KATSU collaborate (pictured above).

As Ferguson prepares for the grand jury decision in the police shooting of an unarmed black man, hundreds of people marched in Brooklyn after the police shooting of an unarmed black man.

The New York Post reports on the harrowing ordeal faced by Katherine Silva Lopez, a 17-year-old Honduran girl who illegally immigrated to the United States. In another article, the tabloid warns about the influx of people like Lopez into the city’s public school system.

In East New York, a father accidentally shot his 9-month-old daughter in the hip when cleaning his gun. Both parents will face criminal charges.

Nanny-Senator Chuck Schumer demands federal regulation of remote controlled drones.

For Some Fans, Accusations of Rape Crumble Bill Cosby’s Wholesome Image” (Only some?)

The NYPD’s 7th Precinct in the LES joins Twitter, is already hip to #throwbackthursday.

A stuffy, tone-deaf writer from the UK Guardian argues, terribly, that Bob Marley-branded pot will ruin his “legacy” because “he’ll be for ever remembered/forgotten as a brand of spliff rather than the musical genius behind some of the most enduring popular music ever created.”

A man wrongly convicted of murder in NYC will be compensated a paltry $3.6 million after spending 20 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit.

Crain’s New York says Times Square requires further sterilization due to costumed mascots.

RIP Marion Barry.

(Photo: Aymann Ismail/ANIMALNewYork)