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The staff of The Brooklyn Paper bid farewell to veteran reporter Dana Rubinstein on April 1 at the 4th Avenue Pub in Park Slope, where Editor Gersh Kuntzman, a longtime Rubinstein mentor, gave the keynote address.

In her own farewell to her troops, Rubinstein said her two years at The Brooklyn Paper were “the greatest experience of my life.” That could be a misquote, but that’s what we heard anyway.

Rubinstein now works for the New York Observer, a Manhattan newspaper.

Updated 5:06 pm, July 9, 2018
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