(Encyclopedia) Brooklyn bro?okl?n, borough of New York City (1990 pop. 2,300,664), 71 sq mi (184 sq km), coextensive with Kings co., SE N.Y., at the western extremity of Long Island; an independent? (Encyclopedia) Brooklyn College: see New York, City University of. (Encyclopedia) Brooklyn Bridge, vehicular suspension bridge, New York City, southernmost of the bridges across the East River, between lower Manhattan and Brooklyn; built 1869?83. The achievement of? (Encyclopedia) Brooklyn Center, city (1990 pop. 28,887), Hennepin co., SE Minn., a residential suburb of Minneapolis; inc. 1911. It has light industry and has been marked by suburban and economic? (Encyclopedia) Brooklyn Park, city (1990 pop. 56,381), Hennepin co., SE Minn., a suburb of Minneapolis; chartered as a city 1969. Manufacturing includes machinery, wood and metal products, tools,? (Encyclopedia) Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, cultural and educational institution founded in 1823 in Brooklyn, N.Y., as the Brooklyn Apprentices' Library Association. The scope was? (Encyclopedia) Brooklyn Museum of Art, museum in the borough of Brooklyn, N.Y. Its predecessors were the Brooklyn Apprentices' Library (1823), the Brooklyn Institute (1843), and the Brooklyn? (Encyclopedia) Brooklyn Academy of Music, performing arts center located in the borough of Brooklyn, N.Y. and popularly known as BAM. Founded in 1859 and opened in 1861, it is the oldest such? Brooklyn Decker is the popular model who appeared on the cover of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue in 2010. Brooklyn Decker is a blue-eyed blonde who "was discovered at age 16 in a mall and? CBSMonday 10:00?11:00 p.m.Cast: Jon Tenney, Michael DeLuise, Adam Rodriguez, Gary Basaraba, Titus Welliver, Klea Scott, Yancy Butler, Dylan Walsh, James B. Sikking, Patrick McGaw and Richard?